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THE BLACK MUSEUM DEBATE CLUB PRESENTS: FINAL GIRL FACE OFF

Thursday, November 9, 2017 | Events

Back by popular demand, The Black Museum Debate Club returns next month for another exciting event where horror fans and professionals will get a chance to feud on a contentious topic within the genre.

Following the last two debates (the best Stephen King adaptation and best horror sequel), four teams have returned to face off on another hot topic: Who is horror cinema’s greatest final girl?

Each team will get a chance to defend their choice and show film clips to win over the judge and audience and to take home the coveted Golden Tentacle trophy.

8pm, December 12, 2017
The Royal Cinema, 608 College St, Toronto
Cost: $14 at the door

DEBATERS

This event, judged by Liisa Ladoucer (author, Encyclopedia Gothica), will feature the following teams:

TEAM 1 – Returning champs!
Alison Lang (author, Rue Morgue Library’s Women With Guts) & Simon Borer (musician, Entire Cities)

TEAM 2
Tal Zimerman (star, Why Horror?) & Steve Kostanski (director, The Void)

Team 3
Alicia Faucher & Larissa Thomas (co-creators, Allie & Lara Make a Horror Movie webseries)

Team 4:
Joshua Cross (film programmer, Queer Fear) & Cameron Crookston (horror academic)

Good luck to the four debate teams as they prepare to do battle!

 

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