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May 8, 2022

The GARF's statement on MARTIN

Many of our fans, followers, and supporters have reached out to us about the print of MARTIN that is currently for sale. We truly appreciate your concern and diligence, so thank you!  READ MORE HERE

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January 1, 2022

The William “Chilly Billy” Cardille Archive Donated to the University of Pittsburgh Library System

The University of Pittsburgh Library System is proud to announce the acquisition of the William Cardille archive for its growing Horror Studies Collections within Archives & Special Collections. The collection not only traces Cardille’s radio and television career, it documents a slice of Pittsburgh’s media and broadcasting history. Donated by Cardille’s daughter, Lori Cardille, the collection contains photographs, news clippings, awards, and memorabilia spanning Cardille’s career as well as scripts from Chiller Theater when he played host as “Chilly Billy.” READ MORE HERE.

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January 1, 2022

Horror Studies Working Group Founder Adam Lowenstein to Publish New Book on Horror, Horror Film and Otherness

What do horror films reveal about social difference in the everyday world? Criticism of the genre often relies upon a dichotomy between monstrosity and normality, in which unearthly creatures and deranged killers are metaphors for society’s fear of those “others” that threaten the “normal.” READ MORE HERE.

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January 1, 2022

Pitt’s Horror Studies Working Group Hosts Global Horror Conference, Queer Horror Events

In September 2021, the HSWG held the second of what is planned as a three-part series of linked conferences on global horror studies that focus on Japanese horror through a pan-Asian and trans-national lens. All of the conferences are free and open to the public. READ MORE HERE


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