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The Past, Present, and Future of Horror Movies

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The Past, Present, and Future of Horror Movies: A Discussion With Filmmakers

Join us for an evening discussion between Roger Corman (The Little Shop of Horrors, House of Usher, The Pit and the Pendulum) and Andy Muschietti (It, It Chapter Two, Mama) moderated by Anthony Breznican (Writer, Vanity Fair) on the past, present, and future of the horror movie genre. The evening will include food trucks, movie props, cash bars, and NHM’s Natural History of Horror exhibit will be open for those who dare to explore the science behind classic horror films. 

Please be advised that event parking is limited in the NHM Car Park. Public transportation and ride share are highly recommended. 

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Schedule

6 pm: Doors open
6:30-7:30 pm: Natural History of Horror exhibition open to the public
7:30-8:15 pm: Discussion with Roger Corman and Andy Muschietti, moderated by Anthony Breznican
8:15-8:30 pm: Q&A 
8:30-9: Natural History of Horror exhibition open to the public

Roger Corman on the set of Frankenstein Unbound 2
Roger Corman on the set of Roger Corman's Frankenstein Unbound.

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