The Toronto International Film Festival has a really impressive line-up.
Get prepared for a whole slew of new television shows.
“I think the combination of grounded intensity with our insanity will create a show that people can appreciate.”
Is a cameo from Prop Joe too much to ask for?
Those darn monkeys!
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Dexter is his own personal Jesus.
Why does this family videotape their every action? Are they the Kardashians?
He struggles with the problems of home ownership.
I’d be ripsh*t too if I saw someone messing with John Lithgow.
These skull-cavings will have to tide you over until October.
Someone has to take care of all the evil.
Director: Ruben Fleischer Cast: Jesse Eisenberg, Danny McBride, Nick Swardson Synopsis: Two fledgling criminals kidnap a pizza delivery guy, strap a bomb to his chest, and inform him that he has mere hours…
You didn’t expect it to be better than the original, did you?
It’s like ‘Outbreak’ but with…Ok. It’s just like ‘Outbreak’. But with Soderbergh and an amazing cast.
The performances make this a fun, gory horror flick.
What better way to hide those unsightly glory-holes in your wall?
Director: Marcus NispelCast: TDBSynopsis: TBD
In this one, they cheat death in a tragic accident, so death haunts them individually. Yeah, I know, I know.
I like the part where he shoots the gun.
I’m looking forward to a twist on ‘Secretary’ featuring a very game Ellie Kemper.
Plot points? Apparently this film isn’t all just random violence.
Wait, there’s a shark?
Something tells me it won’t be a hero’s death.
The biggest mystery here is “Who found their footage on the moon?”
He’s no Dirk Diggler.
Using Aromascope technology, we’ll finally be able to experience the oaky aroma of Joel McHale.
The monkeys are wreaking slightly more havoc in this one.