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American Gothic: Sixty Years of Horror Cinema
From the author of the acclaimed English Gothic: A Century of Horror Cinema, American Gothic presents an in-depth survey of the early years of the American horror film--ranging from the birth of cinema and the silent era to the mid-1950s. Jonathan Rigby examines a great many of the seminal films, including Cat People, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Dracula, The Fly, Frank...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published March 1st 2007 by Reynolds & Hearn Ltd
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If you are a classic gothic horror film, then you will enjoy this large and loaded book. It covers gothic films from the silent film era and ends the Hammer films and its clone films of the 1970s.. There are sections on foreign language films, too. This is good reference for fans of gothic horror films.