I did a search and was shocked to find that there's not a real thread devoted to Canadian horror cinema. I was hoping we'd get some discussion going on here as there are really (shockingly...) some great films to come out of Canada. I've only recently decided to take a serious plunge into the world of Canuxploitation, but I'm liking what I've seen so far. First and foremost, the feeling. I know it's not necessarily distinctly Canadian by any means, but I really dig the fact that many of the cult classics are set somewhere in nature. Even Funeral Home, which plays out as Canada's Psycho features a lot of this and I can only imagine the bliss Rituals is going to hold for me once that puppy hits my mailbox. Whereas much of Canada is from Ontario, BC, Quebec or Alberta, I happen to be from the little province that couldn't. I researched it and I couldn't find a damn horror movie that came from Saskatchewan. Then, I actually discovered one! I was shocked, it had a great title, Spliced and I assumed that naturally it was a SOV backwoods entry made sometime outside the norm for films of this nature to have been produced. Then, I read it was made in 2003 and stars... Drew Lachey of 98 Degrees. Once again, this is going to be an interesting one to take a look at. Blood & Donuts is a vampire film that I can't believe doesn't have much more fanfare. I've had the DVD for a couple years but finally watched it the other night and was so damn shocked at the content. It's by far the least stereotypical vampire movie you're likely to come across. The vampire, Boya is portrayed as a philosophic and sensitive being who doesn't want to feed on humans, but has his slip-ups. It's pretty artsy and it's shockingly effective despite the cheesy original VHS cover art. David Cronenberg is in it, so you can't go wrong there, either. Anyone else have any Canadian favorites or on the flip-side, atrocities?