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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).

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New trailer for Stacey Abbott’s upcoming class “The Legacy of Richard Matheson’s I AM LEGEND”

Sat. Mar. 31, 2018

Toronto-based filmmaker/editor Nathan Boone made this trailer for Stacey Abbott’s class at Miskatonic London on March 15th – Info + Tickets available on the event page HERE >> MISKATONIC LONDON “I AM LEGEND” TRAILER March 2018 from Miskatonic Institute on Vimeo.

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Miskatonic featured in the New York Times!

Sat. Mar. 31, 2018

Erik Piepenberg of The New York Times wrote this piece (appearing both online and in the print edition) about our school, featuring interviews with founder Kier-La Janisse, instructors Sukhdev Sandhu and Dianca London Potts, genre scholar Adam Lowenstein and Miskatonic student Derek Boeckelmann. “Because horror films have a vocabulary for the horrific, the painful, the […]

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Photos from Ramsey Campbell Live in Conversation with Stephen Jones, Feb 15th 2018

Sat. Mar. 31, 2018

We’ve uploaded some event photos from the night to our Flickr page, assembled from photos we took as well as The Horse Hospital, Mandy Slater and some of our twitter followers! (If you click on the individual images you’ll see the photo credit)

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We’re All Alone Inside Our Skulls: Ramsey Campbell Wants To Drive You Mad

Sat. Mar. 31, 2018

Grady Hendrix, author of Paperbacks From Hell and Horrorstör, writes on the oeuvre and impact of horror giant Ramsey Campbell, who appears in conversation at Miskatonic London on February 15th, 2018. Ramsey Campbell writes the way crazy people think. His characters can’t trust their perceptions, inanimate objects exhibit consciousness, living creatures behave like automatons, personalities […]