Antibirth Theatrical Premiere Toronto! Dec. 2nd 8th!

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"This is probably the best film of the entire festival, and it may actually be one of the best films to ever play at Toronto After Dark. Horror fans will not want to miss this one." - Toronto Film Scene
http://thetfs.ca/2016/10/19/toronto-dark-2016-review-antibirth/

“…a timeless midnight movie that’ll find new audiences for decades to come.” - Exclaim!
http://exclaim.ca/film/article/antibirth-danny_perez

“The best Sundance Midnight movie that I’ve seen yet, and it exemplifies the type of filmmaking that I love about the festival.” - SLUG Mag
http://www.slugmag.com/movie-reviews/antibirth/

TICKETS FOR FRIDAY (FIRST 2 SCREENINGS)

4:20pm https://omniwebticketing4.com/imaginecinemas/carlton-cinema/?schdate=2016-12-02&perfix=50198

9:25pm https://omniwebticketing4.com/imaginecinemas/carlton-cinema/?schdate=2016-12-02&perfix=50199

TORONTO!

The Canadian THEATRICAL PREMIERE of Antibirth is here! This Friday, Dec. 2nd, and every day until Dec. 8th @ Imagine Cinemas Carlton - The critically acclaimed, Sundance Film Festival hit, IFC Midnight psychedelic horror flic that has critics and audiences raving, hits Theatres in Ontario, Canada, where the entire movie was filmed (Sudbury) and Edited (Toronto)!

Written and Directed by experimental video artist Danny Perez, Director of ODDSAC, a video collaboration with Animal Collective, and the man behind the live visuals for Black Dice and Panda Bear. The film features an all-star cast of Emmy Award Nominee Natasha Lyonne (Orange Is The New Black), The Academy Award Nominee Chloë Sevigny (Boys Don't Cry), Golden Globes Winner and Academy Award Nominee Meg Tilly (The Big Chill, in her first feature film in 20 years!), Mark Webber (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) and Toronto's own Maxwell McCabe-Lokos (The Husband).

THE GUARDIAN
“What if the Dude from The Big Lebowski somehow ended up in David Cronenberg’s The Brood? Perez’ style is like a less-serious David Lynch, which is a nice comparison for a first-timer.”

SCREEN DAILY
“Living a lifestyle which makes Amy Schumer in Trainwreck look like Debbie Reynolds in The Singing Nun… Antibirth is intentionally ramshackle and hallucinatory as storytelling, seen through the viewpoint of characters who are mostly too stoned to concentrate – but it’s also highly crafted and unsettling… Antibirth gives these actresses much more to work with than the usual heroines and femmes fatales of horror.”
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