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TitleHorror zone : the cultural experience of contemporary horror cinema / edited by Ian Conrich
ImprintLondon : I. B. Tauris, [2010]
©2010
Permalinkhttp://maurice.bgsu.edu/record=b3037997~S9
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PN1995.9.H6 H67 2009Available
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Bibliog.Includes bibliographical references and index
ContentsIndustry, technology and the new media. Dark rides, hybrid machines and the horror experience / Angela Ndalianis ; High concept thrills and chills : the horror blockbuster / Stacey Abbott ; Bringing it all back home : horror cinema and video culture / Linda Badley -- Audiences, fans and consumption. Stalking the web : celebration, chat and horror film marketing on the Internet / Brigid Cherry ; Attending horror film festivals and conventions : liveness, subcultural capital and 'flesh-and-blood genre communities' / Matt Hills ; 'Trashing' the academy : taste, excess and an emerging politics of cinematic style / Jeffrey Sconce -- Manufacture and design. Culture wars : some new trends in art horror / Joan Hawkins ; Making up monsters : set and costume design in horror films / Tamao Nakahara ; They're here! : special effects in horror cinema of the 1970s and 1980s / Ernest Mathijs ; The Friday the 13th films and the cultural function of a modern Grand Guignol / Ian Conrich -- Boundaries of horror. 'Parts is parts' : pornography, splatter films and the politics of corporeal disintegration / Jay McRoy ; Nazi horrors : history, myth, sexploitation / Julian Petley ; Better the devil you know : antichrists at the millennium / Mick Broderick ; Feminine boundaries : adolescence, witchcraft and the supernatural in new gothic cinema and television / Estella Tincknell ; Impared visions : the cultural and cinematic politics of blindness in the horror film / Angela Marie Smith
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Phys. Descriptionviii, 306 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Other authorConrich, Ian
ISBN9781848851511 (pbk.)
1848851510 (pbk.)
9781848852624 (cased)
1848852622 (cased)
SubjectsHorror films -- History and criticism
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Robin Wood has noted that horror 'has consistently been one of the most popular and, at the same time, the most disreputable of Hollywood genres'. Horror is still immensely popular but its assimilation into our culture continues apace. In "Horror Zone", leading international writers on horror take horror into the world outside cinema screens to explore the interconnections between the (More)
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Acknowledgments
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Introduction
p. 1
Ian Conrich
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