Gyser

Gyser Gyserfilm (også kaldet horrorfilm) har spillet en væsentlig rolle i populærkulturen siden filmmediets opkomst, og genren har rødder i en endnu ældre litterær gysertradition (Kendrick, W. 1991, Punter 1996). Selv om uhyggelige historier kan spores langt tilbage i historien, bl.a. til mundtlige religiøse og mytiske fortællinger, peger forskere typisk på den gotiske skrækromantik som […]

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Forfatter Mathias Clasen
Supplerende læsning

Carroll 1990, Clasen 2017, Cherry 2009, Hutchings 2004, Prince 2004

Reference

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Cherry, Brigid (2009). Horror. (Routledge Film Guidebooks). New York / Milton Park: Routledge

Clasen, Mathias F. (2004). Homo Timidus: Om gys og gru – med fokus på danske horrorforfattere. Sorø: Tellerup

Clasen, Mathias F. (2017). Why Horror Seduces. New York: Oxford University Press

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