This “history of magic books” might equally have been subtitled a “history of magic through books.” Not all forms of magic, obviously.
Reading Alan Moore’s works in relation to the Gothic tradition is like looking into the abyss: it is an overwhelming, profound, unsettling experience.
The book provides original readings of canonical Gothic literary and film texts including ‘The Castle of Otranto,’ ‘Frankenstein,’ ‘Dracula’ and ‘Nosferatu.’
‘The Gothic and the Carnivalesque in American Culture’ is an exploration of the carnivalesque in “American Gothic,” tracing its origins from Edgar Allan Poe.
On the run a mutated Abe Sapien traverses a devastated United States of America, with monster corpses scattered around and cities in ruin.
It is amusing that our most interesting genre franchise is from Platinum Dunes (American production company created in November 2001 by filmmakers Michael Bay, Brad Fuller, and Andrew Form. The company specializes in horror films, particularly...