Notes from Salem Horror Fest: Night Markets & Tragedy Girls.

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Greetings from Salem, beautiful ghouls! The Salem Horror Fest is in full swing (and has been since late September, though I was not lucky enough to make it to the whole thing). While I languished in Toronto (just kidding, Toronto, love you!), lucky horror fans in New England enjoyed special events and screenings including Night of the Living Dead, The Haunting, Gods & Monsters, Get Out, and an epic opening night party!

The line between audience and activist blurs for Daemonologie at Pioneer village

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By Brina David Every Friday night, from September 29 through October 27, 2017, in historic Pioneer Village, audiences will be treated to the latest in immersive theater experiences in a show that blends magic, horror and the audience’s input to create a different outcome every time. Daemonologie tests not only the audience’s wits, but their [….]

5 Questions with The Road Virus

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The Road Virus Bookmobile will be in place at 289 Derby, right next to Count Orlock’s Nightmare Gallery from July 10th – July 16th and will be open (subject to change) 10AM-8PM. Event here.RSVP on Facebook here. In tandem with Salem Horror and Count Orlock’s Nightmare Gallery, we are VERY happy to have the road virus [….]

Q & A with Kevin Lynch on Salem Horror Fest

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By Amber Newberry Salem has long been known for its dark history and tendency toward all things spooky. We’ve celebrated Halloween in a month-long jubilee, delighted locals and tourists with haunted tours and attractions, and honored the witch history by retelling the story to ensure it never happens again on our watch. With such a [….]

Life After Midnight Podcast Creative Salem

“Life After Midnight: Strange History, Salem Style” Q & A: Kristin Harris and Allison French

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Q & A: Kristin Harris and Allison French on their podcast, “Life After Midnight: Strange History, Salem Style” By Amber Newberry In the shadowed corners of Salem, the local podcasters are whispering in the dark. As the creative community takes to the microphone, they fill our ears with unique talk-shows, old-school style radio-theater, discussion of [….]