Animal Horror Cinema: Genre, History and Criticism is the first anthology of academic writing on the animal horror genre. It provides both an historical overview of animal horror cinema as well as a selection of in-depth essays on particularly potent and provocative examples of the genre. The collection as a whole offers a large and varied range of critical analyses and interpretations on the significance of the animal in modern horror film and is a valuable text for critical animal studies and cinema scholars as well as fans of horror film.
Recommended CitationDunn, Kirsty, [Review] Animal Horror Cinema: Genre, History and Criticism, Katarina Gregersdotter, Johan Höglund and Nicklas Hållén (eds). Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015., Animal Studies Journal, 5(2), 2016, 228-231.
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