Monsters have been a part of folklore and literature for centuries and unsurprisingly found their way into cinema soon after its inception. We are celebrating the long ghoulish frightening monster movie experience with a series of articles, workshops and a watch party on Halloween night! There’s something for young, old and a little bit creepy in our completely digital monsterlicious program.
Launch in and get started with this 1922 silent film Monster classic Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror.
Watch Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror (1922) online now.
… and check out our seriously magnificent Monster program!
Mini Monster Blobs
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#bunjilplacehallowee #monsterblob #monstermash
Monster Make-up Online Tutorial
Learn from a real film make-up FX expert on how to create some of the scariest faces ever.
This look is created by Danielle Ruth of Wow-FX. Check out her Instagram
Use these hashtags so we can find your pic...
#bunjilplacehalloween #halloweenmakeup #monstermash
We explore classic films that have shaped contemporary monster cinema with links to watch them online for free! Grab the popcorn!
We've got your next Halloween party playlist sorted, or anytime you feel like getting a bit spooky and silly!
We list the classic and greatest Halloween-themed songs of all time! Including the Monster Mash!
Monster Ball, Submissions Open Monday 25 – Sunday 31 October
We are calling out to you!! Put on your best Halloween Monster Alter Ego and send us your selfie to firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember to tag us on Facebook or Instagram if you share your pic on social media and you might be featured on our page!
Your selfie can be:
- A selfie in costume
- Avatar using an app (like bitmoji)
- An AR selfie (like an Instagram or Snapchat filter)
Make sure you read and agree to the Terms & Conditions before entry.
We're looking for the most creative Halloween dress-ups and costumes, sound like you?
....we can't wait to see!
#bunjilplacehalloween #monstermash #monsterball
Monster Mash: Monsters In Film - Coming Wednesday 27 October
Ever wanted to know why movie monsters is such a popular genre?
They're scary right? So why do we love them?!
Founder and former director of the Reel Good Film Festival John Roebuck takes an in-depth look at the history and significant of monsters in film.
Monster Mask Making workshop, Saturday 30 October, 10.30 am – 12.00 pm
Join wearable art artists Sarah Seahorse and Luna Aquatica for a family-friendly monstrous headdress and/or mask making workshop with a focus on free, recycled and easy to access materials!
Monster Watch Party – The Host (2006), Sunday 31 October, 7.00 pm – 9.05 pm
Join us online to watch live the South Korean epic slimy thriller The Host. Directed by Bong Joon-ho (winner of the 2020 Oscars Best Film award for Parasite) The Host is the nail-biting story of slippery monster from Seoul’s Han River attacking the local unexpecting community. Widely regarded as the best monster film of the 21st century, join us and film expert Jaimie Leonarder aka Jay Katz (SBS, The Movie Show) for live rolling online commentary and dialogue.