Remaking Horror

Remaking Horror

Remaking Horror

"Remaking Horror chronicles the American horror genre in its development of remake titles from the 1930s to 21st century films. Staple horror franchises are highlighted along with counterparts to illustrate the genre has embraced remake productions and what the future of horror holds for American cinema. More than 25 films, remakes, and the movies they influenced are presented"--

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ISBN : 0786470887
Pages : 224 pages
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