With the recent DVD release of the Ryan Reynolds-vehicle Buried, and the upcoming DVD release of Let Me In, I decided it would be a good time to publish Episode #16 of Sordid Cinema again:
We apologize for the bad sound quality on this show. We tried something new and we promise it won’t happen again.
One of the most important film festivals in the world, the Toronto International Film Festival combines the prestige of Cannes with Sundance’s Blackberry-clicking dickbags in boat shoes and scarves. Plus, if you wander past any of the red carpets at TIFF’s innumerable premieres, you’ll get to experience a media whirlwind not unlike watching the entire cast of Entertainment Tonight blowing the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
But while the stars may be in the spotlight, the films are still the highlight, with top notch programming that includes major works of world cinema, American blockbusters, and the cult-focused Midnight Madness section. Tonight, Sound on Sight takes a look at some of the 2010 edition’s genre programming, with the American remake of Swedish vampire film Let Me In, the highly-anticipated sci-fi romance Monsters, and Ryan Reynolds-vehicle Buried.
Blue Oyster Cult – Burnin’ For You
Freur – Doot Doot
The Mae Shi – Run To Your Grave
David Bowie – Scary Monsters