European nightmares – Horror cinema in Europe since 1945
Author(s): Di Chiara, Francesco
Patricia Allmer, Emily Brick, and David Huxley’s edited collection EUROPEAN NIGHTMARES: HORROR CINEMA IN EUROPE SINCE 1945 (New York-Chichester: Columbia University Press/Wallflower Press, 2012) is a book with roots that go back to a conference organised by the editors at Manchester Metropolitan University in 2006. As Allmer, Brick, and Huxley state in their introduction, horror films produced in Europe during the past decade have proven to be very popular and successful at the box office, while at the same time the horror genre has become a flourishing field of investigation. Although a number of books have been published about the Hollywood horror film or about specific national cinemas, a comprehensive analysis of European horror cinema is still lacking. This is the gap that this book intends to fill.
Di Chiara, Francesco: European nightmares – Horror cinema in Europe since 1945. In: NECSUS. European Journal of Media Studies, Jg. 1 (2012), Nr. 2, S. 328–333. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5117/NECSUS2012.2.DICH.
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