The Quietus chats up Miskatonic Faculty

Mat Colgate from The Quietus recently featured an interview with Miskatonic London’s co-director Virginie Sélavy, and instructors Mark Pilkington and Stephen Thrower about their upcoming courses, as well as horror fandom, horror hybridity and the genre’s increasing respectability in academic circles. Read the full interview here:  

Happy Holidays from Miskatonic London!

Hope to see you all in the new year when our classes begin! First up, SCHOOL OF SHOCK: PAIN AND PLEASURE IN THE CLASSROOM SAFETY FILM on January 8th!


The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies has revealed the full curriculum for the pilot season of its branch in London, which opens on January 8th, with intensive film classes on a wide range of topics from safety films to cannibals by some of the horror world’s most renowned critical luminaries. Canadian founder Kier-La Janisse will […]

School of Shock: Pain and Pleasure in the Classroom Safety Film

Thu. Jan. 8, 2015

We kick off the pilot season of Miskatonic London with Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies founder Kier-La Janisse’s class on the history of the shocking classroom safety film.

Miskatonic London Opens at The Horse Hospital January 8th

Thu. Jan. 8, 2015

The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies is pleased to announce the opening of its London branch, which will be based at the heart of the city’s underground culture, the Horse Hospital. In its pilot semester, running from January to June 2015, the Miskatonic Institute will offer monthly lectures exploring the more obscure corners of horror […]