Toronto After Dark Film Festival made its announcement this weekend after the closure of its 14th annual installment. Among the winning recipients from the 5000+ votes from attendees and fans are Lee Min-jae’s zombie comedy, The Odd Family: Zombie On Sale, in addition to Alex Chung’s tenaciously-produced independent action endeavor, Contracts, crowdfunded sci-fi oddysey, Blood Machines, and Fernando Alle’s Bucheon fave, Mutant Blast.
There are only several more days left before the next Toronto After Dark Film Festival reveals director and actor Alex Chung’s latest cinematic arrival, Contracts. Film Combat Syndicate debuted an exclusive inaugural festival trailer a few weeks ago to whet the appetite prior to composing a first-hand review, and now we have an official trailer to set things further in stone.
CONTRACTS Review: Alex Chung Signals With A Bloody, Bone-Crushing, Action-Packed Freshman Indie Feature Debut
The seemingly walled-off millieu that is the film industry is hardly inpenetrable these days with the numerous film artists that have emerged in the last twenty years. It has since spawned a generational talent pool and a raft of notable film projects to leave its mark on independent film and fan-driven martial arts and stunt professional history.
The next Toronto After Dark Film Festival rounded out its line-up last week with Enhanced among the numerous more titles included. Stunt professional and filmmaker James Mark follows up his previous sci-fi feats with a cast, among which actor and stunt performer Chris Mark follows-up his freshman lead in last year’s Kill Order.