Posted by Intensities on December 11, 2012 · Leave a Comment
Edited by Matt Hills and Sara Gwenllian Jones
1. Steven Jay Schneider, ‘Murder as Art/The Art of Murder: Aestheticising Violence in Modern Cinematic Horror’
2. I.Q. Hunter, ‘Even Baser Instincts: Notes on Hollow Man‘
3. Stephen Harper, ‘”They’re Us”: Representations of Women in George Romero’s ‘Living Dead’ Series’
4. Kate Egan, ‘The Amateur Historian and the Electronic Archive: Identity, Power, and the Function of Lists, Facts and Memories on “Video Nasty”-themed Websites’
5. Linda C. Badley, ‘Spiritual Warfare: Postfeminism and the Cultural Politics of the Blair Witch Craze’
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