The first film show of the new year takes a special focus on comics and film.
CURRENT EVENTS & MEDIA
The first lecture of the new Miskatonic spring semester explores how Australian horror cinema since the 1970s incorporates a subversive streak that critiques Australian history and culture through the theme of revenge.
The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies – London returns to the Horse Hospital from January-May 2017 for another semester of film classes on a range of esoteric topics, led by some of the horror world’s most renowned critical luminaries.
Our December Film Show includes an interview with director Tom Large about his low-budget dystopian drama Arcadia and more.
In the final Miskatonic London lecture in 2016, Maura McHugh explores the themes that underpin Fire Walk With Me and Twin Peaks.
This month’s show includes a Q&A with director Andrew Martin about his excellent Cold War SF thriller Capsule, and more.
Miskatonic London’s November lecture will explore horror films and TV programmes created specifically for children in the UK and the US.
PREVIOUS EVENTS & MEDIA
- Electric Sheep Film Show October 2016
- Cheap Thrills: Women of Exploitation Talk
- Vulgar Structures; or Andrzej Żuławski’s Love Triangles
- BFI London Film Festival 2016 Preview
- Electric Sheep Film Show September 2016
- Horror Channel FrightFest 2016 Review
- Rituals in the Dark: Evoking Magic on Film
- Venice Film Festival 2016 Preview
- Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies – London unveils fall 2016 line-up
- Electric Sheep Film Show July 2016
- FrightFest 2016 announces line-up
- Electric Sheep Film Show June 2016
- The Electric Sheep Film Show May 2016
recent Electric Sheep in Print
25/1/12 •The End: An Electric Sheep Anthology: Reviews
24/5/11 •Electric Sheep Anthology Launch
10/5/11 •The End: An Electric Sheep Anthology
01/12/09 •Electric Sheep Magazine Winter 09
07/9/09 •Electric Sheep Magazine Autumn 09