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For genre fans the best part of the Toronto International Film Festival is without question the fest’s Midnight Madness series, in which ten highly anticipated genre films are selected to play at midnight.

The official line-up will be announced shortly; however, thanks to Colin Geddes, programmer of Midnight Madness, and his Twitter account, you can see some screenshots from the as of yet unnamed films below, right now!

Here are the stats for Midnight Madness #TIFF11: 2/10 are comedies; 2/10 are action; 6/10 are horror,” teased Geddes via his account.

The 36th annual Toronto International Film Festival will take place September 8th through the 18th. Dig on the eye candy below, and if you know the names of any of the flicks showcased, or you just want to guess, do so in our comments section. Click on each image for a better look.

TIFF 2011: Midnight Madness Image Tease (click for larger image)

TIFF 2011: Midnight Madness Image Tease (click for larger image)

TIFF 2011: Midnight Madness Image Tease (click for larger image)

TIFF 2011: Midnight Madness Image Tease (click for larger image)

TIFF 2011: Midnight Madness Image Tease (click for larger image)

TIFF 2011: Midnight Madness Image Tease (click for larger image)

TIFF 2011: Midnight Madness Image Tease (click for larger image)

TIFF 2011: Midnight Madness Image Tease (click for larger image)

TIFF 2011: Midnight Madness Image Tease (click for larger image)

For the full lineup and more details, visit the official Toronto International Film Festival website.

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Alright rockers, we’ve got something just for you here! Today, we’re happy to premiere “Get It From Me” from new rock group Uncrossing, which features ex-Activator guitarist Jared Drace! The track comes from the band’s upcoming self-titled EP and it’s a moderately paced, sludgy, doomy track that features strong female vocals. If you’re in the mood for something to get you through the rest of today until the weekend hits, head on down and hit ‘Play’!

Drace tells Dread Central, “Musically, this was a fun one to come up with just because it’s a total mish-mashing of influences, well of MY influences at least. I mean there’s a solid Type O Negative-style chug for the verse and an outro riff that has a kind of Tool-vibe to it, and that’s not even mentioning the melodic beer commercial-like solo in the middle which is definitely a side-effect of listening to too much In Flames & Arch Enemy in my youth! But assembled together and with everyone putting their own stamp on it, we get something that ends up sounding like an Uncrossing song.

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One of the most anticipated shows to premiere last year (really late last year) was Netflix’s fourth season of Charlie Brooker’s “Black Mirror”. The show has amassed a dedicated following who voraciously devour each new morsel whenever the opportunity presents itself. For those who are eager for a new and different taste, we’ve got something rather special for you today!

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Set in a parallel universe entering a black hole, a woman reading the book of Revelation has visions of regeneration during Anthropocene. Can humans stay on top of the evolutionary chain or have we reached the point of no return…

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