Horrors of the Exotic: the Dark Side of Tiki

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  • Classroom #2 (Room 201 B)

    01:30 pm - 02:30 pm

    Time subject to change

It’s BACK, with more South Pacific History and Mystery than ever before! Retro Horror artist, Bill Rude, will take you to the dark side of popular tiki culture, to shine a light onto a myriad of mysteries from literature and movies, that influenced how we celebrate exotica today. What is Tiki? What is horror? And why is your local Tiki Bar essentially a year-round haunt?

Prepare yourself for an enthusiastic escapade of fun and adventure, as we track down forgotten gods, brutish Kaiju, merciless savages, and beasts both natural and not – all in the name of tropical leisure.

So head straight past the Black Lagoon, look for the island shaped like a skull, and you’ll know you’ve arrived when you see these words on the map: Here be Monsters!

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