Horror international

Level E A791.436164 /951944 Available
Level E A791.436164 /951945 Available
Full title: Horror international / edited by Steven Jay Schneider and Tony Williams.
Other authors: Schneider, Steven Jay, 1974-
Williams, Tony, 1946 Jan. 11-
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • I. THE DYNAMICS OF CROSS-CULTURAL HORROR EXCHANGE
  • Blood and black gloves on shiny discs: new media, old tastes, and the remediation of Italian horror films in the United States /
  • Raiford Guins
  • Importation/mexploitation, or, How a crime-fighting, vampire-slaying Mexican wrestler almost found himself in an Italian sword-and-sandals epic /
  • Andrew Syder, Dolores Tierney
  • The dialogue with American popular culture in two German films about the serial killer /
  • Steffen Hantke
  • II. HAUNTING HISTORIES AND REGIONAL GOTHICS
  • The return of history as horror: Qnibaba and the atomic bomb /
  • Jyotsna Kapur
  • "Terror Australis": areas of horror in the Australian cinema /
  • Jonathan Rayner
  • Kiwi gothic: New Zealand's cinema of a perilous paradise /
  • Ian Conrich
  • Irish horror: Neil Jordan and the Anglo-Irish gothic /
  • Brian McIlroy
  • Thailand haunted: the power of the past in the contemporary Thai horror film /
  • Adam Knee
  • III. HORROR IN THE SOCIAL REALM
  • The Spanish horror film as subversive text: Eloy de la Iglesia's La semana del asesino /
  • Andrew Willis
  • Genre bending and gender bonding: masculinity and repression in Dutch "thriller" cinema /
  • Steven Jay Schneider, Kevin W. Sweeney
  • Hong Kong social horror: tragedy and farce in Category 3 /
  • Tony Williams
  • Beyond Dracula and Ceausescu: phenomenology of horror in Romanian cinema /
  • Christina Stojanova
  • Snapping up schoolgirls: legitimation crisis in recent Canadian horror /
  • Suzie Young
  • IV. CONTESTED HORROR TRADITIONS
  • Beyond the genre formula: implicit horror in the films of Jan Švankmajer /
  • Jan Uhde
  • Egypt: a cinema without horror? /
  • Viola Shafik
  • Burn, witch, burn: a first look at the Scandinavian horror film /
  • Rebecca A. Umland, Samuel J. Umland
  • Man bites dog and the critical reception of Belgian horror (in) cinema /
  • Ernest Mathijs
  • Exorcising the devil: Russian cinema and horror /
  • Josephine Woll.