The Influence of Television Horror on Cinematic End Times: The Case of Kolchak
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4d ago
The interaction between movie and television horror is a complex one. The horror genre has long straddled the two media… The post The Influence of Television Horror on Cinematic End Times: The Case of Kolchak appeared first on Horror Homeroom ..read more
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We Met In The Forums by Rob Ulitski: A Review
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by Horror Homeroom
2w ago
Patrick Zaia We are repeatedly told, by media theorists and political podcasters alike, that the alienation and fragmentation which… The post We Met In The Forums by Rob Ulitski: A Review appeared first on Horror Homeroom ..read more
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The Fawn Response – A New Way of Thinking about Folk Horror
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2M ago
JDC Burnhil Anyone who attempts to devise a definition of “folk horror” quickly discovers how peculiarly exasperating the task… The post The Fawn Response – A New Way of Thinking about Folk Horror appeared first on Horror Homeroom ..read more
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Children of the Corn: Where Fritz Kiersch’s 1984 Adaptation Gets It Right – and Wrong
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2M ago
Fritz Kiersch’s adaptation of Stephen King’s 1977 short story, “Children of the Corn,” was released in the US on… The post Children of the Corn: Where Fritz Kiersch’s 1984 Adaptation Gets It Right – and Wrong appeared first on Horror Homeroom ..read more
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Lithic Nightmare of The Keep (1983)
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2M ago
By Kevin Cooney Tremendously flawed but much loved, The Keep (1983) was director Michael Mann’s first and only horror film thus… The post Lithic Nightmare of The Keep (1983) appeared first on Horror Homeroom ..read more
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Gothic Decay: Talking House of Usher (1960)
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by Horror Homeroom
3M ago
In today’s episode, Vincent Price helms House of Usher, a dark tale of decay inspired by Edgar Allen Poe’s… The post Gothic Decay: Talking House of Usher (1960) appeared first on Horror Homeroom ..read more
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The Reproductive Imperative of Folk Horror: Robin Redbreast and Alex Garland’s Men
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by Horror Homeroom
3M ago
In an early classic of folk horror, the 1970 BBC Play for Today episode, “Robin Redbreast” (written by John… The post The Reproductive Imperative of Folk Horror: Robin Redbreast and Alex Garland’s Men appeared first on Horror Homeroom ..read more
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Give Us a Sign: On the Possibility of Non-Diegetic Ghosts
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by Horror Homeroom
3M ago
By  Andrés Emil González If any single monster or supernatural entity has a claim to shaping horror film and… The post Give Us a Sign: On the Possibility of Non-Diegetic Ghosts appeared first on Horror Homeroom ..read more
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A Response to “Finding a Lost Production by Nigel Kneale?”
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by Horror Homeroom
3M ago
Jon Dear I read with interest your recent guest post, “Finding a Lost Production by Nigel Kneale?” by Professor… The post A Response to “Finding a Lost Production by Nigel Kneale?” appeared first on Horror Homeroom ..read more
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Born Bad?: Talking A Nightmare on Elm Street 1 & 3
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4M ago
In today’s episode, “one, two, Freddy’s coming for you” in Wes Craven’s A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) and… The post Born Bad?: Talking A Nightmare on Elm Street 1 & 3 appeared first on Horror Homeroom ..read more
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