You can now Pre-Order “Death Lines: Walking London’s Horror History” on the Strange Attractor website! You can order a signed copy of London’s first horror walking guide for delivery the day it comes out.
Episode 10 of The London Horror Movie Club is out now! For the final episode of Season 2 we look at a handful of other films where people are trapped in the underground; even if that isn’t a main feature of the film. This includes Godzilla-inspired horror Gorgo, Hammer classic Quatermass and the Pitt, Tobe Hooper’s space-vampire … Continue reading End of LHMC Season 2: “Trapped on the Underground”
I am very excited to be back in person for this summer’s Prince’s Trust Institute Summer Art Enrichment on 2 July in Cambridge. There are a great collection of talks on the day, including mine on Reconsidering Medical Photography for the classroom: We already know that photographs are not objective, but in medicine they were … Continue reading Two weeks until PTI Summer Art Enrichment
In line with my book – Death Lines: Walking London’s Horror History coming out in October, I’ll be doing a Halloween talk at Kensington Central Library, which will also be streamed online! Monday 31 October at 6:30pm From the London Underground and the Thames to Holland Park and the East End, I will lead you … Continue reading Tickets Available: Death Lines at Kensington Library
Episode 9 of The London Horror Movie Club is out now! For the penultimate episode of Season 2 we skulk around the deleted scene archive of Danny Boyle’s 2001 “28 Days Later”, an icon of London Horror Cinema. Starring Cillian Murphy (Peaky Blinders) and Naomi Harris (Skyfall, Spectre) as survivors in a post-apocalyptic, Rage-infected London. The film … Continue reading New Episode: LHMC “28 Days Later”