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The 1932 horror film White Zombie starring Bela Lugosi has received controversial attention from film reviewers and scholars—but it is unarguably a cult classic worthy of study. This book analyzes the film text from nearly every possible viewpoint, using both academic and popular film theories. Also supplied is an extensive intellectual history of the predecessor works to White Zombie, as well as information on the significance it carried for subsequent books and films, its theatrical release around the country, its modern cultural influence, and the attempts to restore the film to its original state. Other noteworthy features of this work include an in-depth biography of White Zombie director Victor Halperin, the first complete study of his life and career, and 244 images and photographs.
The 1932 horror film White Zombie starring Bela Lugosi has received controversial attention from film reviewers and scholars--but it is unarguably a cult classic worthy of study. This book analyzes the film text from nearly every possible viewpoint, using both academic and popular film theories. Also supplied is an extensive intellectual history of the predecessor works to White Zombie, as well as information on the significance it carried for subsequent books and films, its theatrical release around the country, its modern cultural influence, and the attempts to restore the film to its original state. Other noteworthy features of this work include an in-depth biography of White Zombie director Victor Halperin, the first complete study of his life and career, and 244 images and photographs.
A flu-like virus ravages the Earth killing everyone within 24 hours. Only the black race seems immune. This blessing soon becomes a curse as the rest of Earth's population rises as flesh-hungry zombies. Contains 11 scary short stories by various authors.
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Growing from their early roots in Caribbean voodoo to their popularity today, zombies are epidemic. Their presence is pervasive, whether they are found in video games, street signs, hard drives, or even international politics. These eighteen original essays by an interdisciplinary group of scholars examine how the zombie has evolved over time, its continually evolving manifestations in popular culture, and the unpredictable effects the zombie has had on late modernity. Topics covered include representations of zombies in films, the zombie as environmental critique, its role in mass psychology and how issues of race, class and gender are expressed through zombie narratives. Collectively, the work enhances our understanding of the popularity and purposes of horror in the modern era. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.
Zombie Culture examines the living dead through a variety of lenses. By looking at how portrayals of zombies have evolved from their folkloric roots and entered popular culture, readers will gain deeper insights into what zombies mean in terms of the public psyche, how they represent societal fears, and how their evolving portrayals continue to reflect underlying beliefs of The Other, contagion, and death.
EXHILARATING! A PARODY OF GINORMOUS PROPORTIONS! Moby Dick: or, the White Whale, was written by Herman Melville in 1851. Now considered a great American novel, it's ripe for zombification. The adventures of Fishpail aboard the randy sailing vessel P-God, commanded by a fellow called Captain Ascab, are heretofore set down as never before as the crew chases the big, fat, stinky, blubbery, white zombie whale that bit off Ascab's leg-and still hungers for his brain. Ascab is bent on revenge. Even zombie hermit crabs, undead sharks, too much Spaghetto, a sea of bad puns, foul language, and urbandictionary.com slang, cruel fart jokes, exploding gallbladders, cannibals, and parking tickets will not deter him. He will find Moby Dickhead and destroy him, because Moby Dickhead's a really big, undead dickhead. So quit your blubbering and read this classic tale. You know you've had it on your chum bucket list forever. So just do it. Now. Rated T.I., for Totally Immature

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