Film, Horror and the Body Fantastic (Contributions to the Study of Popular Culture) Hardcover – 20 Nov 1995
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.,.".Badley makes a good case for the confluence of contemporary horror films and contemporary theorists of the body....she establishes an interesting relationship between the represented body in contemporary horror films and contemporay theoretical discourses on the body...offers interesting readings...largely useful as a reference tool."-Science-Fiction Studies
About the Author
LINDA BADLEY is Professor of English at Middle Tennessee State University. She has published articles on fantasy, film, and gender. She is currently working on a book on the horror fiction of Stephen King, Clive Barker, and Anne Rice.
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