Tag Archives: Toronto True Crime Film Festival

TTCF 2018 Film Review: ‘The Stranger’ Will Give you Trust Issues

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The internet can be a terrifying place. There are tremendous benefits, sure, but far too often, the web serves as a veil for scumbags to hide behind. The Stranger, Nicole Nielsen Horanyi’s semi-documentary, highlights one such case, and will surely make you think twice before giving your trust to someone …

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Horror Short ’42 Counts’ (2018) Is An Intense Burst of Suspense

One sign of a successful short film is when it has the ability to make the audience feel something in a limited runtime. Jill Gevargizian’s short horror film, 42 Counts, does just this in merely 8 minutes. With an outstanding soundtrack, well-shot scenes and great performances, 42 Counts is a …

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Interview With Jill Gevargizian: Cutting Hair, Shooting Films and Taking Names

Ever since her short horror film, The Stylist (read our review here), became a smash hit on the film festival circuit in 2016, winning 7 awards and garnering 5 nominations, independent filmmaker Jill “Sixx” Gevarigizian has been on a roll. This ambitious director, writer, producer and hair stylist recently returned from …

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