My first book, Contemporary British Horror Cinema, is going cheap over at Edinburgh University Press. You can pick up one of the last few hardback editions for £7.50 each. This is anticipation of the paperback edition coming out at the beginning of next year (which will retail at around £20).
But is it worth £7.50? Barry Forshaw over at crimetime.co.uk seems to like it! Read his recent review below. Thanks Barry!
Yesterday -- appropriately Halloween! -- I delivered a class at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge for Dr Tanya Horeck's course 'Theorising Spectatorship'. My lecture introduced students to the category 'Realist Horror' as outlined by Cynthia A. Freeland in 1995. We considered various examples from film history including Psycho, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, The Last Horror Movie and, lastly, the film that the students would go on to discuss in their seminars, Resurrecting the Street Walker. Tanya was kind enough to set the third chapter from my book Contemporary British Horror Cinema as reading.
I'd like to extend my thanks to Tanya for inviting me, and to her very attentive students for listening to my talk.