- @Bill_Templeton Good of you to respect that! I'm amazed at how many messages I get from people asking how they can… https://t.co/P3gEaQzPjG about 7 hours ago in reply to Bill_Templeton
- Family day means I get to spend my Monday podcasting instead of making a magazine. What are you up to today? about 7 hours ago
- RT @FacultyofHorror: Happy #FamilyDayWeekend, Ontario! https://t.co/CJjvkaPdYu about 8 hours ago
- RT @DanielDKraus: Insight from Ep. 23 of @FacultyofHorror -- part of what is especially healthy about horror is how it causes you to analyz… 08:57:54 PM February 15, 2018
- @BlackCatMemes @FacultyofHorror I consider that a personal win! 08:56:58 PM February 15, 2018 in reply to BlackCatMemes
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The Black Museum
Named after Scotland Yard’s infamous gallery of dark crime and murder, The Black Museum is a limited engagement of horror lectures and screenings based out of Toronto, Canada. Every month we take over the Royal Cinema in Toronto’s West End to talk about scary movies, and we have a lot of fun doing it. The Black Museum debuted in Fall 2012 at Big Picture Cinema. Curators Paul Corupe and Andrea Subissati continue to select a range of speakers and topics from film theory to genre studies to hands-on workshops by professionals in the biz. The Black Museum is a place for horror professionals of all kinds to share their experience, knowledge and love of the genre in a casual and interactive atmosphere. Join us for an evening! No prerequisites necessary.