BOOK LAUNCH AND SCREENING – Recovering 1940s Horror Cinema: Traces of a Lost Decade (Lexington Books, 2015)

Book Launch and Screening Hosted by Editors, Mario DeGiglio-Bellemare, Charle Ellbé, and Kristopher Woofter Co-Presented by Fantasia International Film Festival, Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema (Concordia University), and Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies Wednesday, 29 July – 5pm The 1940s is a lost decade in horror cinema, undervalued and overwritten by most horror scholarship. This […]


10th Montreal Underground Film Festival, 21 – 24 May

For more information on opening night events at La Sala Rossa, and screenings at Microcinema [   être], see the official 10th anniversary MUFF website HERE.


Thank you to our students and instructors for 2014-2015!

Look for Miskatonic – sponsored events throughout the spring and summer of 2015. Miskatonic – Montréal resumes courses next Fall 2015. A full slate of courses and descriptions for 2015-16 is forthcoming. We hope you’ll join us!


Readings for “Hitchcock and the Apocalypse” Course

Please click the link below for readings associated with Ned Schantz’s “Hitchcock and the Apocalypse” course. Schantz-HitchcockApocalypse-W.2-3


Reading for “Theorizing Horror,” Class #5: “Mad About the Boy – Kenneth Anger”

A PDF of Carel Rowe’s “Illuminating Lucifer” (1974), the reading for the March 24th course on Kenneth Anger, can be found here: Rowe.Anger.