Just a few words on the Horror I've caught up to so far at the toronto Film fest. February Directed by the son Anthony Perkin's. This has good acting and above avg filmmaking in general. I just thought it was painfully dull. It did pick up towards the end but by then I had stopped caring. I do want to revisit this on the future as I did feel there may of been a good film in there somewhere. Hellions From the Director of pontypool. I thought this wasn't bad but felt like it was missing something. A group of creepy kids and interesting visuals and a hallween setting highlighted this one...yet nothing to write home about. Wait for it to hit netflix. The Girl in the Photographs I enjoyed this one. I thought they mixed comedy and horror quite well. Fun characters even if you want most of them to die. I enjoyed it more and more as it went along. The ending contained some nice tension and creepy visually. It doesn't seem to have many positive reviews at the moment. Hey what can I say. I enjoyed it quite a bit. The Devil's Candy Loved this. From the director of the Loved Ones. I thought this one was better. Very likable characters and one hell of a final act. I came out of this buzzin. I was hoping for at least one top quality horror and this delivered that for me. The Witch A slow burn period piece based in the 1630's. Can't say too much was wrong with this one. Good acting, authentic looking sets and a great payoff. Not for everyone but I think this one will be talked about for a while. Recommended. Southbound Loved this one as well. One of the best anthologies I've ever seen. Each story blended perfectly into the next and each story was top notch. Great end to the festival.