Steven J. Schneider (ed.): Fear Without Frontiers. Horror in the World Cinema, FAB Press (ISBN 1-903254-15-9) 30 Euro
* Harvard University's specialist of horror cinema Steven
J. Schneider finally presents his large compendium of analytical and thrilling
essays on certain topics of horror in the world cinema: the long and brilliantly
illustrated texts by wellknown authors focus on normally underrepresented
subjects such as Spain, Austria, Germany, Mexico, India, Japan, Poland
etc., in persona: Jodorowsky, Zulawski, Miike, Haneke and many more).
Single films like SUICIDE CIRCLE, RING, POSSESSION, AUDITION, FUNNY GAMES
etc. are discussed in depth. This book is essential for everyone interested
in genre cinema and theory - it is fun to read, visually stunning and
thought-provoking. One of the best and most important books on the horror-genre
at the moment.