Unearthed: A Cultural History of the Zombie

It seems like only yesterday, The Black Museum was just a twinkle in my eye. It took a long time to fully realize my vision of a horror lecture series running in Toronto, but with the right help from the right people, including my incredible partner (not that kind of partner) Paul Corupe, it’s finally become a reality.

Last week, The Black Museum kicked off our first lecture with our special guest instructor, Vincenzo Natali. His fascinating presentation on architecture in film had the crowd riveted, and he even treated us to some behind-the-scenes photos and sketches from his movies Cube and Splice.


On Thursday October 11th, it’s my turn! I’ll be presenting the research I did on zombies that earned me a Masters degree and my first publication: When There’s No More Room in Hell.

Tickets are available for $12 in advance on The Black Museum website. They’re $15 at the door, so save a couple of bucks and get on the guestlist. See you there…

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