Eli Roth’s ‘Aftershock’: Like ‘Hostel,’ But With An Earthquake And Selena Gomez

By Ade Mangum
It seems that our favorite spooky holiday has arrived early the year. The attendees at the Toronto International Film Festival were given an early Halloween treat…and no, it’s not the Candy Corn flavored Oreos. They were privileged to be the first audience of the Eli Roth-produced film “Aftershock.”
The line outside the Ryerson Theater wrapped around the block with blood thirsty fans. As the clock struck midnight, they were greeted by the man himself, Eli Roth, and he filled us in on his relationship with TIFF. He premiered “Cabin Fever” here years ago. Then he followed up…

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