Fear Without Frontiers: Horror Cinema Across the Globe  

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Fear Without Frontiers: Horror Cinema Across the Globe (2003) is a book on horror cinema by Steven Jay Schneider.

Table of contents

Madmen, visionaries and freaks: the films of Alejandro Jodorowsky / Pam Keesey -- Coffin Joe and José Mojica Marins: strange men for strange times / André Barcinski -- Return of the phantom: Maxu Weibang's Midnight Song / David Robinson -- Enfant terrible: the terrorful, wonderful world of Anthony Wong / Lisa Oldham Stokes & Michael Hoover -- The rain beneath the earth: an interview with Nonzee Nimibutr / Mitch Davis -- Cinema of the doomed: the tragic horror of Paul Naschy / Todd Tjersland -- Sex and death, Cuban style: the dark vision of Jorge Molina / Ruth Goldberg; followed by an interview with the director, "Testing Molina," by Steven Jay Schneider -- Fantasmas de cine Mexicano: the 1930s horror film cycle of Mexico / Gary D. Rhodes -- The cosmic mill of Wolfgang Preiss: Giorgio Ferroni's Mill of the Stone Women / David Del Valle -- The "lost" horror film series: the Edgar Wallace krimis / Ken Hanke -- The exotic pontianaks / Jan Uhde & Yvonne Uhde -- Playing with genre: defining the Italian giallo / Gary Needham -- The Italian zombie film: from derivation to invention / Donato Totaro -- Austrian psycho killers & home invaders: the horror-thrillers Angst & Funny Games / Jürgen Felix & Marcus Stiglegger -- Coming of age: the South Korean horror film / Art Black -- Between appropriation and innovation: Turkish horror cinema / Kay Özkaracalar -- Witches, spells and politics: the horror films of Indonesia / Stephen Gladwin -- The unreliable narrator: subversive storytelling in Polish horror cinema / Nathaniel Thompson -- The beast from Bollywood: a history of the Indian horror film / Pete Tombs -- In a climate of terror: the Filipino monster movie / Mauro Feria Tumbocon, Jr. -- French revolution: the secret history of Gallic horror movies / David Kalat -- Pain threshhold: the cinema of Takashi Miike / Rob Daniel & Dave Wood: followed by an interview with the director, "When cynicism becomes art," by Julien Fonfrède -- The Japanese horror film series: Ring and Eko Eko Azarak / Ramie Tateishi -- The urban techno-alienation of Sion Sono's Suicide Club / Travis Crawford.





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