Volume 5, Number 2, December 2022 Short-Form Horror: History, Pedagogy, and Practice Guest-edited by Sonia Lupher and Alanna Thain

Table of contents (16 articles)



  1. “This has all happened before”: Intergenerational Trauma, Tulpas, and Tackling Lovecraft’s Cultural Legacy in America in Scooby Doo! Mystery Incorporated
  2. Multiplex Monstrosities: Promotional Jolts and Marketing Mishaps at the Movies
  3. Real Ghosts: Trauma, True Crime, and Temporality in Sharp Objects
  4. Short-Form Women-Made Horror: Origins and Observations
  5. Angelic Frankenstein and the History of Bob Mizer’s Pre-Stonewall Muscle Monsters
  6. Optional Narratives and Supplemental Storytelling in Behaviour Interactive’s Dead By Daylight Steven Greenwood
  7. Pathways to African Horror: An Interview with Ann Sarafina Nneoha, Founder of the Africa International Horror Film Festival
  8. Beyond Type A: The Horror Development Lab at the Blood in the Snow Film Festival Remakes the Scene: Alanna Thain in conversation with Horror Development Lab team members and participants

DOSSIER. Glimpses into Global Horror


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