The Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies 13 (Summer 2014)

Contents of Issue #13

ARTICLES

‘A Very Serious Problem with the People Taking Care of the Place’: Duality and the Dionysian Aspect in Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining
Margot Blankier p. 3

Mashing Up Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and the Limits of Adaptation
Marie Mulvey-Roberts p. 17

Broadcasting Death: Radio, Media History, and Zombies in Bruce McDonald’s Pontypool
Solveig Ottmann p. 38

monstrorum artifex: Uncanny Narrative Contexture and Narcissism in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray
Andrew Wenaus p. 57

The Mindfreak: Monstrous Memory in McGrath’s The Grotesque (1989) and Nolan’s Memento (2000)
Dennis Yeo p. 77

BOOK REVIEWS: LITERARY AND CULTURAL CRITICISM

Torture Porn: Popular Horror after Saw, Steve Jones Lee Baxter 94 George A. Romero: Interviews, Tony Williams (ed.)
Kevin Flanagan p. 96

Canadian Gothic: Literature, History and the Spectre of Self-Invention, Cynthia Sugars
Eve Kearney p. 99

Neo-Victorian Gothic: Horror, Violence and Degeneration in the Re-Imagined Nineteenth Century, Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben (eds)
Edwina Keown p. 101

New Critical Essays on H. P. Lovecraft, David Simmons (ed.)
James Machin p. 106

Charles Maturin: Authorship, Authenticity and the Nation, Jim Kelly
Graham Price p. 108

Alan Moore and the Gothic Tradition, Matthew J. A. Green (ed.)
Kate Roddy p. 110

FICTION REVIEWS

This Dark Endeavour and Such Wicked Intent, Kenneth Oppel
Margot Blankier p. 113

‘The Man in the Woods’, Shirley Jackson, The New Yorker, 28 April 2014
Dara Downey p. 117

BOOKS RECEIVED p. 122

FILM REVIEWS

The Conjuring
Dara Downey p. 124

Only Lovers Left Alive
Jenny McDonnell p. 127

Evil Dead
Elizabeth Parker p.129

Jug Face
Oisin Vink p. 132

Would You Rather
Gavin Wilkinson p. 134

TELEVISION REVIEWS

Lost Girl: Season Three
Victoria McCollum p. 137

True Detective
Jenny McDonnell p. 139

Penny Dreadful
Bernice M. Murphy p. 142

American Horror Story: Coven
Oisin Vink p. 146

EVENT REVIEWS

Report from ‘Remarkable Reynolds: Dickens’s Radical Rival’ symposium, Westminster City Archives, London, 26 July 2014
Ruth Doherty p. 149

National Theatre Live: Frankenstein Encore Screening, October 2013
Jenny McDonnell p. 152

INTERVIEW

Jug Face (2013): An interview with writer/director Chad Crawford Kinkle and producer Andrew van den Houten
Elizabeth Parker p. 155

Notes on Contributors p. 158

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