What early 20th century Parisian theatre has since become the namesake for bloody, over-the-top amoral horror entertainment?

  • Moulin Rouge
  • Le Grand Rex
  • Grand Guignol correct

    Famous for staging gruesome, violent productions Le Théâtre du Grand-Guignol, often shortened to Grand-Guignol, has since become synonymous with bloody, visceral horror entertainment. Opening its doors in 1897, patrons could expect to see “ripped from the headlines” tales of terror, staged with gory special effects. Source: New York Times

  • Danse Macabre
  • ON A DAY
  • Fact of the day


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