12 edition of A history of horrors found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Denis Meikle with Christopher T. Koetting.|
|Contributions||Koetting, Christopher T.|
|LC Classifications||PN1999.H3 M45 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0810863537, 0810863545, 0810863812|
|ISBN 10||9780810863538, 9780810863545, 9780810863811|
|LC Control Number||2008032794|
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History of Horrors (; Pages) is an eye-opening look at Hammer Horror. Hammer had a storied history of film-making and some legendary stars and directors attached to them. Many Hammer Horror books are fluff pieces. Check out this well-researched book on the company who had the ability to try new things and provide quality films to their fans/5(5).
Wheeler Winston Dixon's A History of Horror is the only book to offer a comprehensive survey of this ever-popular film genre. Arranged by decades, with outliers and franchise films overlapping some years, this one-stop sourcebook unearths the historical origins of characters such as Dracula, Frankenstein, and the Wolfman and their various incarnations in Cited by: This revised and updated edition of A History of Horrors traces the life and 'spirit' of Hammer, from its fledgling days in the late s through its successes of the s and '60s to its decline and eventual liquidation in the late s/5.
Horrors book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Since time began, mankind has attempted to explain away the terrors of the n /5. No company in the history of cinema did more to legitimize the horror film than Hammer Films—the small British independent, which operated out of its tiny Bray Studios on the banks of the River Thames.
From the Gothic elegance of The Curse of Frankenstein and Dracula to the violent sexploitation of The Vampire Lovers and Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde, the Hammer Reviews: 1. soon. The A History of Horrors: The Rise and Fall of the House of Hammer will give you new experience in looking at a book.
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You can choose often the book A History of Horrors: The Rise and. Richard Matheson 's I Am Legend was the first modern vampire novel, and Shirley Jackson's The House on Haunted Hill remains one of the most critically acclaimed genre novels of the past sixty years. Also in was another seminal event in the modern history of the horror genre itself.
Lord of the Flies, by William Golding. The great sage Pat Benatar once sang that hell is for children. Golding’s account of children stranded on an island without supplies or adult supervision is absolutely terrifying for one simple reason: there’s nothing supernatural going on.
In this astonishing page book, there are three main sets of commented photographs. The first refers to the destruction of the cultural heritage of Tibet during the campaign to eradicate the “four old”: old society, old culture, old traditions, and old habits. Countless temples, palaces, and cultural artifacts were destroyed.
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European horror fiction became established through works of the Ancient Greeks and Ancient Romans. The well-known 19th-century novel about Frankenstein was greatly influenced by the story of Hippolytus, where Asclepius revives him from death.
Euripides wrote plays based on the story, Hippolytos Kalyptomenos and Hippolytus. Initially merely an exhibit for Congress, publication of Kallet and Schlink’s book elevated the collection into a public relations tool, particularly when Eleanor Roosevelt, a tireless advocate of.
About Horrors of History: Massacre of the Miners. The fourth book in the Horrors of History historical fiction series follows several characters in Colorado injust before and during the Ludlow Massacre, which was an attack by the Colorado National Guard and Colorado Fuel & Iron Company camp guards on a tent colony of 1, striking coal miners and their families.
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Book Descriptions: A History of Horrors traces the life and spirit of the 'House of Hammer' from its fledging days of the late s, through its successes.
& Two terrifying classics by “the best kept secret in contemporary horror fiction” (The Washington Post) Thomas Ligotti’s debut collection, Songs of a Dead Dreamer, and his second, Grimscribe, permanently inscribed a new name in the pantheon of horror fiction.
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Building upon the success of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" and "The Phantom of the Opera," Universal Studios entered a Golden Age of monster movies in the '30s, releasing a string of hit horror movies beginning with "Dracula and Frankenstein" in and including the controversial "Freaks" and a Spanish version of "Dracula" that is often thought to be superior.
Notorious serial killers, spine-tingling writers, historical figures with frightening pasts, or even politicians who find themselves in something much more sinister than just your average corruption.
Historical horror combines fictional horror with a bit of a non-fictional setting. Dying to dig your claws into a horrific page turning masterpiece. From a tale about Chicago’s most. Horror continues to expand outside the genre. It is now becoming more common in novels about alternate history (The Terror, ), parodies (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, ) and comic books (Wytches, ).
No matter how you define it, horror fiction continues to mutate and expand. The same can be said about people fascination with it. Horrors of History: People of the Plague Philadelphia Flu Epidemic By: T. Neill Anderson "Coughs and sneezes spread diseases." "This was a flu that put people into bed as if they'd been hit with a turned into pneumonia.
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