Table of contents for Dark thoughts : philosophic reflections on cinematic horror / edited by Steven Jay Schneider, Daniel Shaw.

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Acknowledgments	v
Introduction                   	vi
Horror, Tragedy and Pleasure
The General Theory of Horrific Appeal
	    Noël Carroll	1
The Mastery of Hannibal Lecter
	    Daniel Shaw	10
The Lived Nightmare: Trauma, Anxiety and 
	    The Ethical Aesthetics of Horror  
    Elizabeth Cowie	25
Aristotelian Reflections on Horror and Tragedy
     In An American Werewolf in London and
     The Sixth Sense   Angela Curran	47
Horror's Philosophic Auteurs
Heidegger, the Uncanny and Jacques
    Tourneur's Horror Films   Curtis Bowman	65
Hitchcock Made Only One Horror Film: 
    Matters of Time, Space, Causality and the
    Schopenhauerian Will    Ken Mogg	82
What You Can't See Can Hurt You: Of
    Invisible and Hollow Men   J.P. Telotte	103
Philosophical (Horror) Investigations
On the Question of the Horror Film   
    Michael Grant	118
An Event-Based Definition of Art-Horror
    Matt Hills	135
Haunting the House from Within:  Disbelief 
    Mitigation and Spatial Experience  
    Aaron Smuts 	155
Murder as Art/The Art of Murder: 
    Aestheticizing Violence in Modern
    Cinematic Horror   Steven Jay Schneider	170
Horror and Reality
The Slasher's Blood Lust
    Cynthia Freeland	195
American Psycho: Horror, Satire, Aesthetics 
    and Identification   Deborah Knight and
    George McKnight	209
Real Horror   Robert C. Solomon
    (with reply from Daniel Shaw)	227
Notes on Contributors	260 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Horror films History and criticism