RMIT’s Creepy Film Screenings at The Capitol in Melbourne
RMIT will host a series of Creepy Film Screenings this week as part of Social Sciences Week at The Capitol in Melbourne for young and mature audiences alike.
Kicking off this Thursday night (September 7) with the “Social Sciences After Dark: Disturbing Technology” double feature of recent Blumhouse blockbuster M3GAN and a 40th Anniversary Screening of David Cronenberg’s VIDEODROME, exploring the horrors of technology.
Between the two aforementioned films, there will be a panel chat about why creepy technology is such a persistent fixation of horror films: why does technology spook us so much?
On Saturday (September 9), the ‘Creepy Film’ program will feature “Our Social Worlds: (Re)Inventions“, a super unique combination of dark fantasy film and TV, including the critically acclaimed stop-motion animated film CORALINE, and Aussie shows, nostalgic classic ROUND THE TWIST and the new Melbourne-made show set in an abandoned theme park, CRAZY THEME PARK, which just beat BLUEY for the Most Outstanding Kids’ Show Logie.
Saturday’s screening will also feature in conversation with CRAZY FUN PARK writer / director Nicholas Verso.
Best of all we have a an Exclusive Discount for our Monster Fest community, use RMIT23 at checkout for $5 Tickets and Free Popcorn!