1 edition of The encyclopedia of Japanese horror films found in the catalog.
The encyclopedia of Japanese horror films
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Salvador Murguia|
|Series||National cinemas series, National cinemas series|
|LC Classifications||PN1995.9.H6 E53 2016|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 408 pages|
|Number of Pages||408|
|LC Control Number||2016010203|
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Author: Nobuhiro Ogata Jr. The Encyclopedia of Japanese Horror Films covers virtually every horror film made in Japan from the past century to date. In addition to major and modest productions, this encyclopedia also features entries on notable directors, producers, and actors. Each film entry includes comprehensive details, situates the film in the The encyclopedia of Japanese horror films book and history /5(3).
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The Encyclopedia of Japanese Horror Films is available from Rowman & Littlefield. Jonathan Clements. Although the horror genre has been embraced by filmmakers around the world, Japan has been one of the most prolific and successful purveyors of such films. From science fiction terrors of the s like Godzilla to violent films like Suicide Circle and Ichi the Killer, Japanese horror film has a diverse history.4/5(3).
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This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). Japanese horror (also known as J-horror) is horror fiction arising from popular culture in Japan, generally noted for its unique thematic and conventional treatment of the horror genre differing from the traditional Western representation of horror.
Mediums in which Japanese horror fiction is showcased include literature, anime and film, video games, and artwork. The Asian Horror Encyclopedia is the first reference work of its kind in English.
It covers Asian horror culture in literature, art, film and comics. From its roots in ancient Chinese folklore to the best-selling Japanese horror novelists of today, this book is a handy alphabetic reference, collecting scarce information from obscure sources.1/5(1).
The Encyclopedia of Japanese Horror Films covers virtually every horror film made in Japan from the past century to date. In addition to entries on productions, both major and modest, this encyclopedia also includes entries for notable directors, producers, and actors. Book Description: This book is a major historical and cultural overview of an increasingly popular genre.
Starting with the cultural phenomenon ofGodzilla, it explores the evolution of Japanese horror from the s through to contemporary classics of Japanese horror cinema such asRingu and Ju-On: The d thematically, the book explores key motifs such as the vengeful virgin, the.
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The Ring (リング) is a film that was directed by Hideo Nakata and based on a novel by Koji film was released in America under the terrible name Ringu because some marketing executive decided that the remake-starring-white-people took precedence over the Ring name.
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Akutakawa's "The H4ll Screen" is the strongest tale of Japanese horror available in English. Inthe American version of the psychological horror film was directed by Gore Verbinski and starred Naomi Watts and Martin Henderson.
It was a remake of the Japanese horror film Ringu. Both films are based on Koji Suzuki's novel Ring and focus on a mysterious cursed videotape which contains a seemingly random series of disturbing images.
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Learn more about the history and future of Japanese horror films in this collection of articles by author/film buff Nobuhiro Ogata Jr. 10 Asian Horror Films You Must See Before You Die - Duration: WhatCultureviews.
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It is a unique look at Asian horror folklore, literature and comics. Lovecraftian horror is a subgenre of horror fiction that emphasizes the cosmic horror of the unknown (or unknowable) more than gore or other elements of shock.
It is named after American author H. P. Lovecraft (–). His work emphasizes a philosophy of cosmicism, the idea that the reality underlying the veneer of normality is so alien that seeing it would be harmful.The Encyclopedia of Japanese Pop Culture: Weatherhill: Japan's Favorite Mon-Star: The Unauthorized Biography of "The Big G" ECW Press: The Official Godzilla Compendium: Random House: Japanese Cinema Encyclopedia: Horror-Fantasy-Science Fiction: Vital Books: The Official GODZILLA Movie Fact Book: Scholastic: The 30 Best J-Horror Films of All Time Posted on Septem Septem by Panos Kotzathanasis Probably the genre of Japanese cinema that has produced the most well-known contemporary Japanese films, J-horror brought to the forefront the style and aesthetics of the country, which have been somewhat forgotten after the V-cinema era.