Hey, Toronto! Vincenzo Natali Lectures On THE ARCHITECTURE OF FEAR!

Todd Brown, Founder and Editor
Toronto genre film fans are in for a treat on September 27th, when lecture series start up The Black Museum kicks off with their debut event. A quasi-academic series devoted to horror cinema, it seems fair to consider The Black Museum a Toronto based equivalent to Montreal's Miskatonic Institute and they're getting things started off right by having Cube and Splice director Vincenzo Natali speak on The Architecture Of Fear.

In The Black Museum's debut lecture, Canadian director Vincenzo Natali explores the relationship between horror and architecture in films. This lecture will look at films including James Whale's Frankenstein, The Shining, Suspiria, and Rosemary's Baby, as well as some of Natali's own films.

Find all the details here.
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