Korean horror cinema /
|Imprint:||Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, ©2013.|
|Description:||1 online resource (xv, 240 pages)|
|Subject:||Horror films -- Korea -- Criticism and interpretation.|
ART -- Film & Video.
PERFORMING ARTS -- Film & Video -- Reference.
PERFORMING ARTS -- Film & Video -- General.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11187477|
Table of Contents:
- Foreword / Julian Stringer
- Introduction / Alison Peirse and Daniel Martin
- Part I. Classic Korean horror : Family, death and the wonhon in four films of the 1960s / Hyangjin Lee
- Creepy liver-eating fox ladies: The thousand year old fox and Korea's gumiho / Alison Peirse and James Byrne
- War horror and anti-Communism: from Piago to Rainy days / Mark Morris
- Mother's grudge and Woman's wail: the monster-mother and Korean horror film / Eunha Oh
- Part II. Contemporary 'domestic' horror : Heritage of horrors: reclaiming the female ghost in Shadows in the palace / Yun Mi Hwang
- Acacia and adoption anxiety in Korean horror cinema / Hye Seung Chung
- Apartment horror: Sorum and Possessed / Nikki J.Y. Lee
- The face(s) of Korean horror film: toward a cinematic physiognomy of affective extremes / David Scott Diffrient
- Death bell and high-school horror / Chi-Yun Shin
- Part III. Contemporary 'international' horror : Between the local and global : 'Asian horror' in Ahn Byung-ki's Phone and Bunshinsaba / Daniel Martin
- Diary of a lost girl: Victoriana, intertextuality and A tale of two sisters / Robert L. Cagle
- From A tale of two sisters to The uninvited: a tale of two texts / Leung Wing-Fai
- Oldboy goes to Bollywood: Zinda and the transnational appropriation of South Korean 'extreme' cinema / Iain Robert Smith
- Park Chan-wook's Thirst: body, guilt and exsanguination / Kyu Hyun Kim