The Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies 6 (July 8, 2009)

Contents of Issue #6

ARTICLES

David Annwn: Dazzling Ghostland: Sheridan Le Fanu’s Phantasmagoria

Cindy McMann: Helen Adam and the Feminist Gothic Imagination

Rafael Miguel Montes: ¡Yo Soy Godzilla!—The Possibilities and Futilities of Cuban Horror

Tara Puri: Lady Audley’s Duplicitous Hair

BOOK REVIEWS

Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

David Moody, Hater

Brigid Cherry, Horror

Shaun Tan, Tales From Outer Suburbia

Jonathan Maberry, Patient Zero

Colin Haines, “Frightened by a Word”: Shirley Jackson and the Lesbian Gothic

FILM REVIEWS

Drag Me to Hell (Dir. Sam Raimi) USA, 2009

Not Quite Hollywood (Dir. Mark Hartley) Australia/USA, 2008

The Roger Corman Collection – Five Guns West / Gunslinger / Premature Burial / The Haunted Palace  / The Masque of the Red Death / The Wild Angels (1955 – 1966) (Dir. Roger Corman) USA, 2008

The Last House on the Left (Dir. Dennis Illiadis) USA, 2009

Coraline (Dir. Henry Selick) USA, 2009

MULTI-MEDIA REVIEWS

Left 4 Dead (Developer: Valve, Publisher: EA) Platform – Xbox 360

Dead Space (Developer: Visceral Games, Publisher: EA) Platform: Playstation 3, Xbox 360

Resident Evil 5 (Developer: Capcom) Platform: Xbox 360/PS3

F.E.A.R. 2 (Developer: Monolith Productions, Publisher:  Warner Bros Interactive Studios) Platform: Playstation 3, Xbox 360

Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone:  The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2009) Original Script:  Rod Serling Adaptation:  Mark Kneece, Illustration:  Rich Ellis

Freaks of the Heartland (Dark Horse, 2004-2005) Writer:  Steve Niles, Artist:  Greg Ruth

TELEVISION REVIEWS

Red Riding (Channel 4/ Optimum Home Entertainment, March 2009)

Dollhouse (Fox, 2009)

Ashes to Ashes, Season 2 (BBC1, April-June 2009)

Reaper (e4, 2008 to date)

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