TIFF: New images for horror’s ‘Almost Human’, ‘Oculus’ and ‘The Station’





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With the Toronto International Film Festival still a month away, there has certainly been plenty of news being released this week, and it hasn’t stopped yet! We now have a small collection of images from three horror films playing at the festival, check them all out below.

Almost Human:

Written, directed, and produced by Joe Begos, Almost Human stars Graham Skipper, Josh Ethier, and Vanessa Leigh.

Synopsis:

Mark Fisher disappeared from his home in a brilliant flash of blue light almost two years ago. His friend Seth Hampton was the last to see him alive. Now a string of grisly, violent murders leads Seth to believe that Mark is back, and something evil is inside of him.

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Oculus:

Written and directed by Mike Flanagan (Abesntia), Oculus stars Karen Gillan, Katee Sackhoff, James Lafferty and Rory Cochrane.

Synopsis:

Oculus is a spine-chilling supernatural tale of two damaged siblings (Karen Gillan and Brenton Thwaites) who, as children, witnessed their parents’ harrowing descent into madness and murder. At long last, brother and sister reunite as adults to expose and destroy the paranormal entity they believe is responsible: the Lasser Glass — a legendary mirror their family once owned.

 

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The Station:

Directed by Marvin Kren and written by Benjamin Hessler, the film stars Gerhard Liebmann, Edita Malovcic and Briggite Kren.

Synopsis:

The crew of a remote weather research station in the German Alps find that a retreating glacier is turning the local wildlife into ravenous biological monstrosities, in this timely horror thriller from director Marvin Kren (Rammbock).

 

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About Matt Wavish 10002 Articles
A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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