Permanent Midnight is a weekly Complex Pop Culture column where senior staff writer, and resident genre fiction fanatic, Matt Barone will put the spotlight on the best new indie horror/sci-fi/weirdo cinema, twisted novels, and other below-the-radar oddities.

In last week’s column, I wrote about the best movies that screened during Montreal's Fantasia International Film Fest’s first week. The highlights: Aubrey Plaza as a zombie, Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s variation of the thriller Martha Marcy May Marlene, the latest Michael Shannon gloom-fest, and a supernatural gem presented through web-cams and Skype video chats. This week, in Permanent Midnight’s Fantasia round two, the star power has decreased but the overall quality remains the same. We're not completely sans big names, though. First up, there's Shailene Woodley like you've never seen her before...