!!> PDF ✮ Slasher Movies ❤ Author Mark Whitehead – Alwaysonltd.co.uk

Pocket Essentials Is A Dynamic Series Of Books That Are Concise, Lively, And Easy To Read Packed With Facts As Well As Expert Opinions, Each Book Has All The Key Information You Need To Know About Such Popular Topics As Film, Television, Cult Fiction, History, And Slasher Movies Took Horror To New Heights Of Graphic Violence While, In Some Cases, Simultaneously Plumbing New Depths Of Camp Self Referentiality They Have Nonetheless Had A Lasting Impact From Respectable Studio Pictures Such As The Silence Of The Lambs And Single White Female, To The New Breed Of Teen Movies Such As TheScream Franchise, Which Play Knowingly With The Conventions Of The Slasher In This Pocket Essential Guide You Ll Find An Introductory Essay, An In Depth Discussion Of All The Major Films, A Consideration Of The Influences On The Genre, And A Checklist Of The Stars Who Got Their Big Break Being Slashed Slasher Movies

About the Author: Mark Whitehead

Mark Whitehead is a Professor of human geography whose research interests span urban studies, sustainability, and the impacts of the psychological sciences on public policy Mark has authored and edited 10 books, has written for The Guardian and Western Mail newspapers, and has blogged for the Psychology Today magazine Mark holds an Award for Teaching Excellence from Aberystwyth University 2004 , and in 2017 was named Lecturer of the Year by Aberystwyth University students Mark has supervised twenty PhD students on topics including eco villages, renewable energy, urban governance, camouflage, mindfulness, climate change, drones, arctic geopolitics, eco gentrification, sustainable citizenship, and water politics Mark is currently the external examiner for human geography degree schemes at the University of Birmingham He has previously acted as an external examiner of degree programmes at Kings College London and the University of Exeter, Cornwall.Mark came to Aberystwyth in 1994 to study for a BSc degree in Geography He graduated with First Class Honours in 1997 and was awarded the James Fairgrieve and Gregynog Prizes for Geography He commenced his PhD, exploring the emergence of sustainable urban development planning in the UK, in October 1997, under the supervision of Mark Goodwin, Gordon McLeod, and Martin Jones Mark is currently the Director of Recruitment and Admissions in the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences He is also on the Editorial Board of the journal Environmental Values a journal he was previously Managing Editor of

10 thoughts on “Slasher Movies

  1. says:

    Less an academic insight into a sub genre,a collection of sardonic Letterboxd movie reviews made my someone with a distaste for seemingly every movie except the original Halloween.The audiobook is particularly bad, with frequent mispronunciations, and the reader stumbling over their lines.

  2. says:

    The book itself was okay, doesn t really provide information that isn t available in any number of other sources but a decent intro to the genre.I had this as an audiobook and I have to say that the narration production was pretty bad I don t think I ve even ever listened to an audiobook and notice the production values before bu

  3. says:

    Interesting information when it s right and analysis It s an entertaining read as well However, it does have quite a few misquotes and faulty pieces of information.

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