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Special Feature: Lost in the Underworld

This spoiler-heavy podcast is an interview with content editor Kat Kiefer-Newman about all things Campbell, the underworld, and Roxanne Benjamin’s Body at Brighton Rock!

 

Her dissertation (Agent of change: A Multiplicity of Female Tricksters in Two Decades [1990s and early 2000s to 2010] of Postmodern American Movies) can be found here: https://search.proquest.com/openview/337a8b118be1b97b4ee1874edea0a827/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=y

“Heroic Vampire Bullshit”: Lesbian Desire, Vampires, and Queerness across Iterations of Carmilla

In this episode I discuss queerness, political potential, and iterations of Joseph Sheridan La Fanu’s Carmilla.

Image Credit: U by Kotex © 2014

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Eat Me: Abjection, Camp, and the New French Extremity

This is the third installment in my Art House Horror series. In this episode I discuss the New French Extremity, abjection, and camp. I look at Trouble Every Day and In My Skin as examples that embrace complex, messy approaches to identity and personhood.

CW: Gore, Rape, Self Harm, Cannibalism

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Show Notes:

On giallo horror: Giallo Film List; Sex, Death, and Paperbacks: The History of Giallo Cinema

Kristeva, Julia. Powers of Horror: An Essay on Abjection. Nota, 2017.

Sontag, Susan. Notes on Camp. Penguin Books, 2018.

Author: Genevieve Newman

Image Credit: Canal+ © 2002

Horror Things: 5 Movies about Cursed, Possessed, and Haunted Objects

Five films to help you jump into the haunted object sub-genre.

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Sex, Death, and Paperbacks: The History of Giallo Cinema

This podcast kicks off the newest series on art house horror! In this episode, I’m talking about the history of giallo cinema and analyzing Sergio Martino’s 1972 film, Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key.

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