Win a pair of full festival passes to Toronto International Spring of Horror and Fantasy Film Festival
In Toronto there are so many film festivals, I’ve lost count. So many. And a bulk of them are horror and fantasy film fests. There’s Toronto After Dark, Blood in the Snow, Lost Episodes, Little Terrors… the list is long and bloody.
One of the newer kids on the chopping block is the Toronto International Spring of Horror and Fantasy Film Festival (TISH), a fest whose name is long (maybe too long!) and whose 3 days of frightful, Springtime in the city fun boasts some outstanding titles this year from all around the world, many of which you won’t find at any other fest.
Highlights of the 2017 feature program include the Lance Henriksen and Robert Rusler vehicle The Unwilling, Billy Boyd and Gerard Deparadieu in the Belgian sci-fi film The Droid, Ryan LaPlante’s berserk Holy Hell, British chillers Caught and Brackenmore and many more challenging pictures. There’s an expansive short film component that includes the chilling Irish short Blight and John Nicol’s experimental Glimpse and each feature has a new, avant garde music video attached to the header.
The second annual Toronto International Spring of Horror & Fantasy Film Festival runs April 7-9 at the Carlton Cinema in downtown Toronto. We have a pair of festival passes good for the run of the show to give away to a lucky winner. To nab one, email [email protected] with the words Horror in Toronto in the subject line. We’ll pick our champ randomly. And please, no nude photos. Thanks.
For more on the Toronto International Spring of Horror and Fantasy Film Festival and to pre-buy tickets, drop by their official website.