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Monsters and Mad Scientists: A Cultural History of the Horror Movie

by Andrew Tudor

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 063116992X, Paperback)

A history of the horror movie genre, which discusses individual movies in detail and draws out the more general patterns in the genre's development. The author explores the basic narrative strategies of the horror movie, and looks at the distinctive horror traditions based on mad scientists, supernatural monsters and psychotic killers. The book is intended to be of interest to general readers, especially film buffs, and students of film and the media.

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