Query : FILM D’HORREUR
- Antonio Domínguez Leiva1
- Arnaud, Diane1
- Assouly, Julie1
- Bergeron, Patrick1
- Brice Courty1
- Gomez, Anne-Sophie1
- Groh, Florentin1
- Guermond, Valentin1
- Hamers, Jérémy1
- Hugo Clémot1
- Kastler, Benoît1
- Letoulat, Alice1
- Louis, Stella1
- Moïsseeff, Marika1
- Patronnat, Lucie1
- Wei Yang1
- Winand, Annaëlle1
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology3
- Art and Art History3
- Gender Studies2
- Musicology and Performing Arts2
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The ghost attraction in Japanese contemporary horror cinema
The Japanese contemporary horror cinema has for ten years triggered a renewal of the kind of ghost films. The author approaches this phenomenon by looking, through sequences analysis, at a spectacular method of address: fanciful attraction-fanciful. The proposed concept takes into account both the s...
Une lecture des films d’horreur épidémique
The growing success of the epidemic horror films needs explanation. One answer is that the fans of the genre are ready to endure horror in order to see and know what horror the idea of epidemics can inspire them with. The horror epidemic films are variations and revisions on a story which shows char...
Travel at the heart of an unknown future: gender analysis in Chinese science-fiction cinema of the new millennium
This article studies science-fiction cinema as a new kind of Chinese cinema. While largely borrowing from its hollywoodian equivalent — costumes, decor, intrigue, characterisation, visual effects, and so on — Chinese science-fiction cinema rarely shows the scientific designs or exploration that have...
Two contemporary cinematographic adaptations of German tales: Milchwald by Christoph Hochhäusler (2003) and Hotel by Jessica Hausner (2004)
In the early 2000s, a number of young German-speaking filmmakers took up the subject of the storms and put forward a more personal vision, based on reminiscence, variation and ellipsis effects. Our study focuses on two examples. The first was Milchwald (Lake Bois) made in 2003 by young German filmma...
Zombie, vous avez dit zombie ? Quand l’apocalypse zombie s’empare du roman
The purpose of this paper is to examine how the literary narrative forms (novels, short stories) have seized the zombie, an iconic figure that mostly pertains (thanks to George A. Romero) to the horror film genre. We draw a comparison between the literary zombie and its cinematic (Romero) and comic...
Between abjection, grotesque and pathos (2002-2009)
Few images are as vivid, as far as the aesthetics of the corpse are concerned, than the mediatic and global overexposure of the living dead. From video games to comics and the new horror films marked by the trauma of 9/11, zombies have invaded our literature and have caught the attention of academic...
Adolescence film of horror
The study of a special category of the horror film, the makers, both in terms of content and shape, takes us to the scenario of the adolescent vecu. The carpenter of the alarming etrangete and her syncopee temporalite point to a common unconscious problem. The feminine’s central challenge finds a so...
Averting puberty metamorphosis
‘titrebSummary’/titrebIn contemporary western societies, adults are encouraged to pass on to children who have become pubs not the parental function, as is the case in other cultures, but of anticonceptual means that are supposed to encourage their access to sexual pleasure. And it is not through pa...
To make believe vampires, from writings (eighteenth to nineteenth centuries) to film images (twentieth to twentieth-first century)
Vampirism is a word and a speech circulating: it is a writing that contaminates and that is transmitted from text to text, from history to history, from image to image. The vampire is an empty form, an open and dissected corpse in the great era of vampirism (the eighteenth century), and that imagina...
Contemporary horrific perspectives: the treatment of the family in Hereditary, The Witch and Midsommar or the presentation and questioning of an ambivalent legacy
This research aims to analyse how the corpus, composed of three films of contemporary horror, presents the family cell: what aesthetic and narrative treatment is the subject of here? Hereditary, The Witch and Midsommar appear from the outset as hybrid works, or drama, horror, tragedy and wonderful c...
Round table on horror cinema of the 60s
From spectacular violence to monstruous performance. The issue of the nihilistic image through the bodies in crisis in the Hellraiser trilogy (BARKER, 1987 — RANDLE, 1988 — HICKOX, 1992)
Based on the iconographies of the body in crisis, the question arises as to the value of the image. Horror cinema is at the origin of cinema. Its experimental and sensitive nature brings the image back to the primitive questions of the possibilities of the cinematographic image. With body-horror, wh...
Creating and administering the Le Nuit blog of blogueurhttps://lanuitdublogueur.wordpress.com/
2013-2016 Creation and administration of the blog La Nuit du blogueurhttps://lanuitdublogueur.wordpress.com/Très interested in world cinema news and, more generally, contemporary audiovisual productions, I try to regularly compare myself with the exercise of critical writing. I had the opportunity t...
The «fantaterror», or the golden age of Spanish fantasy and horror cinema under late Franco (1968-1976)
Spain developed a fantastic and horrific film production only belatedly, from 1968 onwards. The end of the dictatorship, marked by an openness to the world and an ever- repressive control, seems to shape the outlines of this alternative cinema. The fantastic and horrific cinema, a very codified genr...
The Shoah in the Cinema. Between history, memory and politics.
from ‘Nuit and fog’ (1955) to ‘La rafle’ (2010) via ‘Holocaust’ (1979) or ‘Schindler List’ (1993), the Shoah has been at the centre of countless fiction and documentaries since the 1950s. Viewed in turn as an event to be shown to preserve the memory of the trauma or, conversely, as a moment of histo...
The monstrous archive. Aesthetics of decay and horror in found footage films
This text was presented at the « Contested Footage: Snuff, Disease, the Avant-Garde, and the Archive » rountable during the annual PCA/ACA (Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association) conference in New Orleans, April 1-4 2015. This participation was made for the research project « Arch...
Ages and cinema : the cinematographic culture of young spectators
My thesis title is « ages and cinema : the cinematographic culture of young spectators ». This work deals with the seventh art socialization among youth and focus on the determinations of age – known as one of the most important sociological variable to understand societies – to select, taste and ap...