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[TIFF Review] Slow Burn ‘Pyewacket’ Delivers Brooding Heavy Metal Horror

One of the biggest surprises out of the ongoing Toronto International Film Festival is Backcountry director Adam MacDonald‘s heavy metal horror film Pyewacket, about a young girl who performs an occult ritual to evoke a witch to kill her mother. While the subgenre has produced several classics including Trick or Treat, Black Roses, Rock ‘n’ […]
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