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Photos from Kim Newman’s LONDON UNDERGROUND: “DEATH LINE”

Thanks to Burn the Witch Photography for being on hand to document Kim Newman’s Miskatonic London class – a very special event with surprise guest comix legend Melinda Gebbie showing up to do a live drawing our presenters! Created with flickr slideshow.

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TICKETS ON SALE FOR JASPER SHARP’S “ENGULFED BY NATURE: PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SUPERNATURAL LANDSCAPES
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The April session of the Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies – London saw legendary comics artist Melinda Gebbie – a surprise guest at the event – making a Death Line-themed live drawing of horror luminary Kim Newman as he was telling a packed audience about this unique British horror tale. On May 14th, Jasper Sharp, […]

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The Psychotronic Tourist: “DEATH LINE” (1972)

In honour of Kim Newman’s lecture at Miskatonic London this past Thursday,  Miskatonic founder Kier-La Janisse’s ongoing ‘Psychotronic Tourist’ column on Spectacular Optical looks at the various locations that make up Sherman’s subterranean masterpiece DEATH LINE (1972). Check out the tour below, with pictures, locations history, input from director Gary Sherman and first AD Lewis […]

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TICKETS ON SALE FOR KIM NEWMAN’S “LONDON UNDERGROUND: DEATH LINE”

- For Immediate Release – TICKETS ON SALE FOR KIM NEWMAN’S “LONDON UNDERGROUND: DEATH LINE” AT THE MISKATONIC INSTITUTE OF HORROR STUDIES – LONDON www.miskatonic-london.com After its packed March session of 70s Sado-Masochistic erotica, the Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies – London is proud to present acclaimed film critic and fiction writer Kim Newman, author […]

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FANGORIA talks to Miskatonic London’s Virginie Selavy about tomorrow’s class on S/M in 60s/70s cinema!

Check out this great discussion between Miskatonic London co-director Virginie Selavy and FANGORIA’s Heather Buckley and Chris Alexander about Virginie’s class “BATTLE OF THE SEXES: SADO-MASOCHISM IN 60s/70s CINEMA, happening tomorrow night! http://www.fangoria.com/new/miskatonic-institute-uk-virginie-selavy-and-sm-in-60-70s-cinema/