The Unofficial History of Midnight Madness

The Unofficial History of Midnight Madness

I am a Midnight Madness obsessive and have bought a ten ticket pass every year since 2008 (100$ as a student back in the day! R.I.P pass). My favorite movie going memories are the ones I made waiting in line for hours with friends (rain or shine), reacting as one with an audience when a film works like gangbusters, and the long discussions we’d have afterwards at 2 AM over pizza at the Big Slice around the corner of the Ryerson Cinema¬†(R.I.P Big Slice. We loved you so.) Below, you’ll…

The Toronto International Film Festival Special (Please Click On This) – The Important Cinema Club #39

The Toronto International Film Festival Special (Please Click On This) – The Important Cinema Club #39

In a desperate bid for your attention, Justin and Will talk about their experiences with the the Toronto International Film Festival, their favorite/worst memories of the festival and the two films they feel define the event for them: The Boomers Got Problems dramedy The Big Chill (1983) and the brutal horror film Martyrs (2008) Justin Decloux Justin Decloux is a writer and filmmaker who lives in Toronto, Ontario. He loves long walks to the movie theater, staying in on rainy nights and watching movies, and sitting at his computer looking…