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A Horror Movie Film Festival Is Coming To Toronto

Just in time for Halloween!
A Horror Movie Film Festival Is Coming To Toronto

It's no secret that we have an odd fascination with the strange, creepy, and unknown. So it makes perfect sense for Toronto to be hosting it's very own horror movie festival.

The 11th annual Toronto After Dark Movie Festival will be taking place October 13th-21st at the Scotiabank Theatre, just in time get you super pumped for the creepiest day of the year: Halloween! Aside from horror movies, they will also be playing schi-fi, action, and cult movies, so essentially any kind of movie that will have your heart racing.

Tickets are only $13 a movie, or $11 each if you buy two. There are also "All-Access Passes", that give you priority access to all 20 screenings, that are 90% sold out, so hurry!

via @tadfilmfest

For more info on schedule, tickets, and the film festival click here.

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