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Carol Ledoux Repulsion and Dr. Channard Hellbound: Hellraiser II? It s a common thread of Film Criticism to note the influences and precursors of one film to another, especially in relation to genre: by definition, genre films are connected by a frame. What then if the characters could see each other? What if they existed not only as fictional characters in our world, but in a single chronology of their own? What if they could talk to each other, know each other, love and hate each other? Who would align with whom, and what might we discover about how influences breed? What might we then learn about the warp and weft of our beloved genre and the patterns that are woven through it?
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On the surface, what Sean Hogan has done is to take a collection of existent British horror movies and produce a series of stories, biographical accounts, and potted histories about particular characters from these productions. However, the brilliance of this book lies in the way in which Hogan displays his seemingly infinite capacity for pinpointed detail and geeky film history. Hogan applies the same logic to the horror film pantheon. He is extremely adept at creating often, unforeseen, or less obvious associations between his line-up of grim personnel. All aspects of UK horror are represented, the list of cultural nods is much greater than the contents list suggests. Amicus, Hammer, and other classic British entries are all here, but so are other efforts like Berberian Sound Studio , Brimstone and Treacle , and Peeping Tom. It revels in its own uniqueness; its niche value is its best and worst selling point, but the author and his menagerie of scary screen heroes hardly seem to care.