Tag Archives: Classic Horror

Cat People (1942): Exploring Lesbianism Through the Otherness

Cat People FI

In 1942, during the height of monster horror films, Cat People was born. Directed by Jacques Tourneur and produced by Val Lewton, this feature follows the story of Irena Dubrovna (Simone Simon), a Serbian immigrant living in New York City. … Continue reading

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Remembering: Alfred Hitchcock

It’s a universal truth that Alfred Hitchcock is probably the most influential filmmaker in the history of cinema. I absolutely adore his films which, despite how old they are, have never dated. They’re a time capsule of brilliant cinematography. Early … Continue reading

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Horror At The East End Film Festival

The East End Film Festival is one of the UK’s largest film festivals. Held in London every year since 2000, the EEFF presents a rich and diverse programme of international premieres, industry masterclasses, free pop-up screenings and immersive live events. … Continue reading

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Rosemary’s Baby turns 50!

This year, a number of undisputed horror classics will celebrate a milestone birthday, including George Romero’s iconic Night of the Living Dead, Ingmar Bergman’s The Hour of the Wolf, and Roman Polanski’s first Hollywood film Rosemary’s Baby. These films, alongside … Continue reading

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The Legend of Hell House on 35mm with John Hough

Balasco House is regarded as the Mount Everest of haunted houses. Tasked with getting to the bottom of the potential for life after death, physicist Lionel Barrett recruits a small team of “sensitives” to investigate the terrors within. The Legend … Continue reading

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