h606.08.16.jpg

H6: Diary of a Serial Killer

This month, the Bloor Cinema and Rue Morgue present the ultimate date movie - that is, if you and your date are into brutal, cruel, insane entertainment. Twenty-four year old Spanish director Martin Garrido Baron (how's that for a cool handle?) will have his debut film shown at the Bloor Cinema (506 Bloor W.) on Thursday, Aug. 17 at 9:30pm.

H6 tells the story of Antonio Frau, a serial killer set free after serving 25 years in jail for the violent murder of his girlfriend. This being a horror movie, it's unlikely that the now free Antonio lives a peaceful existence for the rest of his days tending a flock of sheep. I've read that H6 is as uncomfortable a film as you're likely to see this year so be warned that its realistic verite-style veers awfully close to snuff-film territory.

Also on offer will be evangelical Satanic Faith Healing with Pastor Morgan Wilkes and Victor Marshall of Cloven Path Ministries! All you Toronto Satanists should don your cloaks and cowls, slap on some fresh goat's blood and come out for a cleansing! Yow!

Tickets are $10, doors open at 9 so arrive early!


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Film

Toronto kids TV host who joined social media is sparking major nostalgia for the 2000s

The trailer for SEE Season 2 starring Jason Momoa that was shot in Toronto just dropped

Drive-in theatres are opening this weekend in Ontario

Another Kim's Convenience star has spoken out about their bad experience on the show

Movie shoot puts fake encampment under Gardiner that doesn't get bulldozed

Kim's Convenience star Simu Liu puts producers on blast in explosive Facebook post

Outdoor drive-in movie festival is coming back to Ontario Place this summer

Fan Expo Canada says it will hold 2021 Toronto festival in-person