We’re not riding the range with cowboys in this highlight of Toronto’s Midnight Madness programme. We’re inside one of those cabins in the middle of a windswept nowhere, where women fended for themselves while men conquered the land and other men. Caitlin Gerard (Insidious: The Last Key) is superb as Lizzy Macklin. Her grip on reality begins to crumble in the long absences of husband Isaac, as she battles isolation, madness and spiritual demons. Flashbacks and flashes-forward show the couple’s intriguing relationship with neighbour Gideon and his flighty and superstitious wife Emma, who believes demons roam the prairie. This beautifully photographed tale grabs you from its explosive opening scenes and never lets go.