Table of contents for Horror international / edited by Steven Jay Schneider and Tony Williams.

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Contents
Acknowledgments	000
Introduction	000
Steven Jay Schneider and Tony Williams
I. The Dynamics of Cross-Cultural Horror Exchange
1. Blood and Black Gloves on Shiny Discs: New Media, Old Tastes, and the Remediation of Italian Horror Films in the United States	000
Raiford Guins
2. Importation/Mexploitation; or, How a Crime-Fighting, Vampire-Slaying Mexican Wrestler Almost Found Himself in an Italian Sword-and-Sandals Epic	000
Andrew Syder and Dolores Tierney
3. The Dialogue with American Popular Culture in Two German Films about the Serial Killer	000
Steffen Hantke
II. Haunting Histories and Regional Gothics
4. The Return of History as Horror: Onibaba and the Atomic Bomb	000
Jyotsna Kapur
5. "Terror Australis": Areas of Horror in the Australian Cinema	000
Jonathan Rayner
6. Kiwi Gothic: New Zealand's Cinema of a Perilous Paradise	000
Ian Conrich
7. Irish Horror: Neil Jordan and the Anglo-Irish Gothic	000
Brian McIlroy
8. Thailand Haunted: The Power of the Past in the Contemporary Thai Horror Film	000
Adam Knee
III. Horror in the Social Realm
9. The Spanish Horror Film as Subversive Text: Eloy de la Iglesia's La semana del asesino	000
Andrew Willis
10. Genre Bending and Gender Bonding: Masculinity and Repression in Dutch "Thriller" Cinema	000
Steven Jay Schneider and Kevin W. Sweeney
11. Hong Kong Social Horror: Tragedy and Farce in Category 3	000
Tony Williams
12. Beyond Dracula and Ceausescu: Phenomenology of Horror in Romanian Cinema	000
Christina Stojanova
13. Snapping Up Schoolgirls: Legitimation Crisis in Recent Canadian Horror	000
Suzie Young
IV. Contested Horror Traditions
14. Beyond the Genre Formula: Implicit Horror in the Films of Jan vankmajer	000
Jan Uhde
15. Egypt: A Cinema without Horror?	000
Viola Shafik
16. Burn, Witch, Burn: A First Look at the Scandinavian Horror Film	000
Rebecca A. Umland and Samuel J. Umland
17. Man Bites Dog and the Critical Reception of Belgian Horror (in) Cinema	000
Ernest Mathijs
18. Exorcising the Devil: Russian Cinema and Horror	000
Josephine Woll
Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Horror films -- History and criticism.