Necronomicon: The Journal of Horror and Erotic Cinema

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Noir Publishing, 2007 - Performing Arts - 192 pages
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Continuing from the success of the first four Necronomicon books, volume five again seeks out controversial and transgressive cinema from around the globe. The dark underbelly of this tome reveals yet more perverse delights within cult, horror and erotic cinema. the cult film genre is still very popular with big budget releases such as Grindhouse 28, 28 Weeks Later and Hostel 2 showing with Residents Evil: Extinction, Rogue & Doomsday, all due at cinemas by December 07.
 

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Contents

Foreword
5
the innovative genre mix of Buff the Vampire Slayer
7
Scarier Than Monsters Sexual Murder in Art and FilmFrom Weimar to the United States
21
The Killing Box
33
Deleuze and the Anomalies of Horror
39
Wish You Werent Here?Holidays in Hell
64
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Dr Andy Black is a retired Senior Lecturer in Anaesthesia who formerly worked at the University of Bristol, Bristol, UK.

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