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by Reynold Humphries
Author: Reynold Humphries
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press (September 15, 2002)
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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Humphries' extensive knowledge of the horror film and his fleeting allusions to hybrid genres, whets one's appetite for a slightly longer . Reynold Humphries is Formerly Professor of Film Studies at the University of Lille.
Unbreakable and The Sixth Sense to enlighten an otherwise dimming screen.
The American Horror Film is the first overview of this popular genre. Overall, this is an ideal introduction to the area for all students and general readers interested in the American horror film. It moves from Dracula in 1931 to contemporary films such as Scream and The Sixth Sense. Key Features: Includes 10 film stills Covers major films such as King Kong, Little Shop of Horrors, Psycho, The Exorcist, The Omen and I Know What You Did Last Summer Only up-to-date textbook on the subject.
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The American Horror Film : An Introduction. by Reynold Humphries. The American Horror Film is the first overview of this popular genre. The various characters that recur in horror films - Dracula, Frankenstein, Dr Jekyll, the Mummy, the Werewolf - are discussed, as are repeated themes such as the mad scientist, nuclear anxiety, psychological 'monsters', the living dead, and 'slasher' movies. Key directors including Jacques Tourneur
Essays that assault the conviction that horror film is a genre on its deathbed Essays by Craig Bernardini, David Church, Pamela Craig, Blair Davis, Martin Fradley, Steffen Hantke, Reynold Humphries, James Kendrick, Christina Klein, Ben Kooyman, Jay McRoy, Kial Natale, Andrew Patrick.
Essays that assault the conviction that horror film is a genre on its deathbed Essays by Craig Bernardini, David Church, Pamela Craig, Blair Davis, Martin Fradley, Steffen Hantke, Reynold Humphries, James Kendrick, Christina Klein, Ben Kooyman, Jay McRoy, Kial Natale, Andrew Patrick Nelson, Tony Perrello, and Philip L. Simpson Creatively spent and politically irrelevant, the American horror film is a mere ghost of. its former self-or so goes the old saw from fans and scholars alike
I have read many horror film analyses, but this was the first one that was solely dedicated to American horror and the two overarching ideas mentioned above. There is no confusing Humphries' political leanings when reading this book.
The American Horror Film. Reynold Humphries is a former Professor of Film Studies at the University of Lille and author of 'Fritz Lang: Genre and Representation in his American Films' (1989). Humphries’ chapter in Part II on Slashers, Serial Killers and the ‘Final Girl’ is invaluable as an introduction to horror. It not only presents the author’s major themes in a concise manner, it illustrates point of view as an integral part of a film’s meaning. Other discussions that seem particularly rewarding are those on Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and on Cronenberg’s films.
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