Before Manson: A Look at Sharon Tate on Screen

In advance of Ian Cooper’s Miskatonic London class “No Sense Makes Sense: Gurus, Cults, Movies and Murder,” on May 17th, Martyn Conterio looks back at the onscreen legacy of Sharon Tate Novelist and film writer Gilbert Adair pondered the screen paradox of watching old movies and performers in them, in an entry of his 1996 […]

VIDEO: Ramsey Campbell in Conversation with Stephen Jones at Miskatonic London, March 2018

If you missed Miskatonic London’s incredible masterclass with horror fiction giant Ramsey Campbell in a career talk with Editor Stephen Jones on February 15th, 2018, we’ve posted the whole thing on our Youtube channel in two parts, which you can see below, thanks to videographer Li-Wei Chu! PART ONE: PART TWO:

NOSFERATU today: A brief discussion of FW Murnau’s horror masterpiece with Dr Cristina Massaccesi

Author of the Devil’s Advocates monograph on FW Murnau’s Nosferatu, A Symphony of Horrors (2015), Dr. Cristina Massacessi answered a few questions about the film’s restoration history and its place in cinema history, ahead of the forthcoming Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies lecture by Mark Rance on April 18th. Tickets available on the event page […]

What the Fest?! Screening: GHOST STORIES (NYC)

Sat. Mar. 31, 2018

Already lauded as one of the best British horror films ever, writer-directors Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s spooky, entertaining GHOST STORIES was adapted from a major stage hit into a seriously cinematic creep-out.

What the Fest?! Screening: BLUE MY MIND (NYC)

Sat. Mar. 31, 2018

Samm Deighan will introduce the film with a discussion of female adolescence as a source of horror and the uncanny, from its origins in fairy tales and eighteenth century gothic literature to films about the terror of female sexual awakening like Cat People (1942), The White Reindeer (1952), Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975), and Company of the Wolves (1984).