In horror Hollywood cinema, two common monsters used to be employed in many narrations: vampires and werewolves
In a field of study as well-established as the Gothic, it is surprising how much contention there is over precisely what that term refers to.
Horror fictions are very much about ambiance, place, surroundings and environment.
This article argues that popular culture can and does respond to public needs, that consumers do indeed show the capacity for resisting cultural indoctrination and can, at times, even directly influence it
I have always had a love for the horror genre in films, mainly the B grade schlock horror from the 1980s and 1990s that I grew up with when I was a child.
When considering contemporary gothic fashion lifestyle, there is always a lingering essence of past incarnations, subcultural ethos and a mood to the more sombre side of life itself.
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