Horror Studies   —   Volume 10

10.1 Spring 2019

Mark Jancovitch, Introduction

Craig Ian Mann, ‘The beast without: The cinematic werewolf as a (counter)cultural metaphor’

Claire Cronin, ‘Transcendental repair: The ghost film as family melodrama’

Leila Taylor, ‘The amorous annihilation of will: An examination of Georges Bataille’s Death & Sensuality through Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal'

Morten Feldtfos Thomsen, ‘”You start to change when I get in: The Babadook growing right under your skin”: Monstrous intermediality in Jennifer Kent’s The Babadook

Joshua Schulze, ‘The ornamental and the monstrous: Exploring feminine architecture in Dario Argento’s Suspiria (1977)’

Brooke Bennett, ‘Tough women of the apocalypse: Gender performativity in AMC’s The Walking Dead

Atene Mendelyte, ‘Thomas Ligottiʼs bungalow universe and the transversal aesthetics of the weird’

Steffen Hantke, ‘Writing horror in the eighties: An interview with Lisa Tuttle’

Book Reviews:

Why Horror Seduces, by Mathias Clasen, reviewed by Meg D. Lonergan

Plant Horror: Approaches to the Monstrous Vegetal in Fiction and Film, Dawn Keetley and Angela Tenga (eds), reviewed by Tatiana Prorokova

10.2 Autumn 2019

Special Issue:
Guest Editor: