This is a book review of ‘Horror Film: A Critical Introduction’ by Murray Leeder, a comprehensive yet concise introductory guide to horror cinema
‘Horror: A Literary History’, edited by Xavier Aldana Reyes, is divided into seven chapters which function as separate essays that can be read without having specific knowledge about the horror genre
One of the goals of European Nightmares is to oppose to the “old” Eurohorror label with a more open and ductile concept that takes into account European-Hollywood co-production.
Sarah Burns’s book, ‘Painting the Dark Side’, aims to overturn what we think we know about nineteenth-century American art.
In this ambitious and comprehensive tome, ‘Dangerous Bodies’ engages with the Gothic’s obsession with the corporeal.
Worth concludes with similarly well-crafted analyses of two currents in Arthur Machen’s fiction that have contributed to his important place in the pre-history of genre Horror.
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