“She’s Got Gaps, I’ve Got Gaps”: A Neurodiversity Reading of Rocky (1976)
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by Ciara Moloney Drama and Theatre Studies, Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, Limerick, IrelandCiara Moloney is a PhD candidate at Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, supported by the Irish Research Council. Her research focuses on interculturalism and diaspora in Martin McDonagh’s work for stage and screen. She recently published an article on Martin Scorsese’s gangster films in the Journal of Film and Video, and has a forthcoming article on Alison Bechdel’s memoirs in the Journal of Modern Literature. Her film and television criticism has appeared in publications including Cineaste, Fangoria, Paste, and Current Affairs.
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THE GOLDEN AGE MUSICALS OF DARRYL F. ZANUCK: THE GENTLEMAN PREFERRED BLONDES. By Bernard F. Dick. Mississippi UP, 2022. 320 pp. $35.00 cloth
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by Paul N. ReinschTexas Tech UniversityPaul N. Reinsch is associate professor of practice in Screen/Stage Studies in the School of Theatre and Dance at Texas Tech University. He is the author of A Critical Biography of Shirley Jackson and is an editor of Python beyond Python: Critical Engagements with Culture. He is also co-editor of The Soundtrack Album: Listening to Media.
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ALINE MACMAHON: HOLLYWOOD, THE BLACKLIST, AND THE BIRTH OF METHOD ACTING. By John Stangeland. UP of Kentucky, 2022. 340 pp. $40.00 (hardcover).
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by Danielle GlassmeyerBradley UniversityDanielle Glassmeyer is an associate professor of English at Bradley University. Her research interests include literature, film, and culture of mid-twentieth-century America, with a special focus on cultural texts related to World War II and the Cold War.
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Transcultural Comedy in Man Like Mobeen (2017-2023): How the BBC is Merging “Us”/“Them.”
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by Alex SymonsAlex Symons is associate professor of communication and media studies at LIM College, New York City. His research includes the monographs Women Comedians in the Digital Age: Media Work and Critical Reputations After Trump (Routledge, 2023), and Mel Brooks in the Cultural Industries: Survival and Prolonged Adaptation (Edinburgh UP, 2012), as well as numerous articles in journals, including the Journal of Popular Film and Television, Celebrity Studies, the Journal of Fandom Studies, the Journal of Applied Journalism and Media Studies, and the Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance.
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Volume 51, Issue 4, October-December 2023, Page 193-200 ..read more
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The Appeal of WIP-ped Flesh: Jess Franco’s 99 Women (1968) at the Box Office
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by Vincent L. BarnettVincent L. Barnett is an independent scholar based in London, United Kingdom, who has published various books and journal articles on the economic history of the film industry, including on Elinor Glyn in Hollywood, on Hammer Film Productions Ltd, and on the role of organized crime in various media industries.
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Recreating 1969 Los Angeles in Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood
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by Douglas RasmussenDouglas Rasmussen earned his Master of Arts degree in English Literature from the University of Saskatchewan. Since then he has published a number of journal articles and book chapters on various films (Death Proof, Scream, Haywire), television (Breaking Bad, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), as well as a handful of articles on popular music studies (Prince, David Bowie, and Queen).
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Volume 51, Issue 4, October-December 2023, Page 162-173 ..read more
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The Clothes Make the Woman: How Fashion Informs the Comedic Identity of Schitt’s Creek’s Moira Rose
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by Judith Clemens-SmuckerJudith (Judy) Clemens-Smucker is an assistant professor of mass communication at Sam Houston State University. She specializes in film and media studies, particularly conducting research about television and its intersection with gender. She received her PhD in American culture studies from Bowling Green State University (Ohio) as well as her master’s in popular culture. She has published work about Stranger Things (in this publication) as well as Star Trek and Schitt’s Creek.
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Volume 51, Issue 4, October-December 2023, Page 174-183 ..read more
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The Dead Don’t Die: Genre, Parody, and the Failure of the American Zombie as an Agent of Social Change
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by Lauren Crockett-GirardLauren Crockett-Girard is a fifth-year PhD student at Boston College. Her area of focus is twentieth-century American literature, with a special interest in apocalyptic literature/film and zombie theory. She is particularly interested in exploring the ways in which the zombie appears in American political discourse.
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Volume 51, Issue 4, October-December 2023, Page 184-192 ..read more
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BLOODY WOMEN: WOMEN DIRECTORS OF HORROR Eds. Victoria McCollum and Aislinn Clarke. Lehigh UP and Rowman & Littlefield, 2022. 244 pp. £ 100.00 hardcover
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by Antonio SannaUniversità degli Studi di SassariAntonio Sanna (PhD, University of Westminster, 2008) is the coeditor of the Lexington book series Critical Companion to Contemporary Directors and the editor of the volumes Pirates in History and Popular Culture, Critical Essays to Twin Peaks: The Return, and Arthur Machen: Critical Essays.
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Volume 51, Issue 3, July-September 2023, Page 157-158 ..read more
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SHOCKING CINEMA OF THE 70S. Eds. Xavier Mendik and Julian Petley. Bloomsbury Academic, 2022. 326 pp. £76.50/$95 hardback
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by Milo Farragher-HanksUniversity of St. Andrews, Scotland, UKMilo Farragher-Hanks is a third-year PhD student in Film Studies at the University of St Andrews, studying the history of moral panic around cinema. His writing has appeared in journals including Movie: A Journal of Criticism.
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Volume 51, Issue 3, July-September 2023, Page 155-156 ..read more
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