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Folklore vs. Folk Horror

By David Demchuk As you might expect, there is often some confusion about what constitutes folk horror and how it differs from horror based on or derived from folklore. Some of this is subjective, and there is considerable   

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Folklore and Horror: Once Upon a Time

By David Demchuk For many of us, our first exposure to horror was when we were children reading fairytales. Cutting open the wolf to free Little Red Riding Hood and her grandmother? Terrifying. Cannibalistic witch baked in her   

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Shark Frenzy in Aquatic Horror and the Blockbuster Influence

Have you RSVP’d yet? Click the link to reserve your spot for Joe’s virtual lecture on August 12th, “From Bruce to Meg: The Evolution of the Aquatic Horror Blockbuster”! By Joe Lipsett When researching how Aquatic Horror has evolved,   

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Diving in with “The Year of Aquatic Horrors”

Have you RSVP’d yet? Click the link to reserve your spot for Joe’s virtual lecture on August 12th, “From Bruce to Meg: The Evolution of the Aquatic Horror Blockbuster”! By Joe Lipsett I’ve always had an interest in   

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Post-Apocalyptic Romance in “The Omega Man”

By Carolyn Mauricette The Motion Picture Production Code (created in 1930 and popularly known as the Hays Code after its creator Will H. Hays), was a code of conduct for the film industry to “maintain social and community values in   

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An Interview: Tananarive Due with Octavia Butler

Join us on Saturday, February 29th for a special Black History and Women in Horror Month lecture and screening! Festival programmer (Blood in the Snow Film Festival) and film critic Carolyn Mauricette will discuss the implications of Afrofuturism, authority, and   

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A Look at The Omega Man

Join us on Saturday, February 29th for a special Black History and Women in Horror Month lecture and screening! Festival programmer (Blood in the Snow Film Festival) and film critic Carolyn Mauricette will discuss the implications of Afrofuturism, authority, and   

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Blazing Trails: Rosalind Cash

Join us on Saturday, February 29th for a special Black History and Women in Horror Month lecture and screening! Festival programmer (Blood in the Snow Film Festival) and film critic Carolyn Mauricette will discuss the implications of Afrofuturism, authority, and   

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A Few of Our Favourite Things – Holiday Edition

The holidays can be a nightmare, but the gift shopping doesn’t have to be, even if it’s last minute. Whether you’re shopping for the family ghouls or treatin’ yourself to a little somethin’, try not to sweat it.   

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Debate Club: Meet Team Four

What’s your favourite scary movie? Is it a horror comedy by any chance?  Well, you’re in luck! Our annual Debate Club will be making strange noises for you to investigate at this next event, “They’re All Gonna Laugh At