Though often overshadowed by the horror heavyweights that emerged from the '80s, the ’90s were not without some standout films. Whether they played with the genre, came from a veteran filmmaker, or broadened the definition of "scary," the horror films of the '90s left their mark.
This course will feature a woman-helmed VHS classic, an auteur's first film, a legendary small-screen crossover, and a trip into pure madness.
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Movies will be screened at the Movie Madness Miniplex (4320 SE Belmont), followed by an instructor-led discussion. Classes will be held Mondays in December at 7:00pm. Proof of vaccination and masks are required for all students and instructors.
Tuition is $75 for the four-week class, $60 for Hollywood Theatre and Movie Madness Members. Class size will be limited to 18.
This class will be taught by Kia Anne Geraths, a filmmaker and educator. Her previous MMU classes include International Cult Horror of the 1970s, Women in Documentary Filmmaking, and more.