Planks of Reason Essays on the Horror Film
Edition: 2004 (Revised)
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Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Scarecrow Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/24/2004
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 1.00" tall
Alistair Fox holds a personal chair in the Department of English and is director of the Centre for Research on National Identity at the University of Otago.Barry Keith Grant is professor of film studies and popular culture at Brock University.
|The mummy's pool|
|Faith and idolatry in the horror film|
|Conditions of pleasure in horror cinema|
|The aesthetics of fright|
|The witch in film : myth and reality|
|Daughters of darkness : the lesbian vampire on film|
|"Canyons of nightmare" : the Jewish horror film|
|An introduction to the American horror film|
|Eros and syphilization : the contemporary horror film|
|Rich and strange : the yuppie horror film|
|Enunciation and the production of horror in White zombie|
|King Kong : ape and essence|
|The comic and the grotesque in James Whale's Frankenstein films|
|Film, society, and ideas : Nosferatu and Horror of Dracula|
|Ritual, tension, and relief : the terror of The tingler|
|AIP's Pit and the pendulum : Poe as drive-in gothic|
|The idea of apocalypse in The texas chainsaw massacre|
|Archetypal landscapes and Jaws|
|Biological alchemy and the films of David Cronenberg|
|The enemy within : the economy of violence in The hills have eyes|
|Halloween : suspense, aggression, and the look|
|Demons in the family : tracking the Japanese "uncanny mother film" from A page of madness to Ringu|