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Seattle Museum To Get A Horrorifc Exihibt.

by  |  September 21st, 2011  |  News

Seattle's EMP Museum set to open next month the exhibit, 'Can't Look Away: The Lure Of Horror Film'

That’s right folks, according to Fangoria: 

The EMP Museum next month will be releasing to the world a new and wonderfully horrific new exhibit for all you fright fans in Washington state’s Seattle area called, ‘Can’t Look Away: The Lure Of Horror Film.’

This interesting new exhibit will take an in-depth look in to horror, how it is linked to humanity, and how all of this is shown through stuff like movies, contempory culture, history, etc…  With that said accompanying this new exhibit will be a handful of favorite films from such horror genre directors as Roger Corman (Queen Of Blood), John Landis (The Twilight Zone) and Eli Roth (Hostel).

With that said, and with the use of other artifacts, interactive installations, and screening rooms, this new exhibit will attempt to balance classics horror and cult favorites, showcasing domestic and foreign films, which include Nosferatu (1922), Bride Of Frankenstein (1935), Psycho (1960), Alien (1979), A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984), along with many others…

The show will also feature a nice selection of Iconic props from various genre related movies… Also another, interesting thing about this new exhibit is how the exhibit will utilize certain elements to teach the exhibit attendee a little bit about certain elements of the sound design process for making a horror movie.

With all of this in mind, Can’t Look Away: The Lure Of Horror Film exhibit is set to open on October 2nd. For more information, please click here:

 


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