Fantasy and the Cinema editor by James Donald
This book revitalised the study of film by suggesting a provocative new perspective that draws on aspects of contemporary cultural theory. The articles turn a sophisticated, scholarly but often irreverent eye on material that ranges from modernist classics like Vampyr and India Song to Hollywood sci-fi, from the alchemical animation of Jan Svankmajer and the witty feminist videos of Ceceilia Condit to gut-churning horrors of Motel Hell.
British Film Institute, 1989.
ISBN: 9780851702292. 298 pp.
Softcover. Near fine.