2009 March

Kenji Siratori: Cybergothic Writing

Posted by Aspasia Stephanou on March 30, 2009 in Blog tagged with

  Language is a virus from outer space. William S. Burroughs  All true language is incomprehensible, like the chatter of a beggar's teeth. Antonin Artaud  …Trying to flee the binary I enter the chromozone which is not one XXYXXYXXYXXYXXYXXYXXYXXYXXYXXYXXYXXYXXYXX genderfuck me baby resistance is futile entice me splice me map my ABANDONED genome as your project artificially involve me i wanna live forever upload me in yr shiny shiny PVC future SUCK MY CODE Subject X says transcendence lies at the limit of worlds, where now and now, here and elsewhere,

Hollywood: Recycling Blockbuster K-Horror, Adapting American Best-Sellers

Posted by admin on March 30, 2009 in News tagged with

The Uninvited (2009) is the American remake of South Korean blockbuster  psychological thriller, A Tale of Two Sisters (2003). It was first released in January 2009 in North America and it will be released on April 24 in the UK. It has been produced by Walter F. Parkes and Laurie Mac Donald, both of them key figures in the westernization of Asian horror films. i.e. The Ring I and II. The Uninvited is Tom and Charlie Guard's first feature film.  To enjoy the trailer and know everything about the movie, visit: www.uninvitedmovie.com/ On the other hand, this summer director Mick Garris

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The Horror of War

Posted by Matt Foley on March 25, 2009 in Blog tagged with

The Sketches of Otto Dix

Coloquio Gotico. UNAM

Posted by admin on March 21, 2009 in News tagged with

Second Gothic conference in Mexico City

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Happy Birthday Edgar Allan Poe!

Posted by admin on March 18, 2009 in News tagged with

His Bicentennial Is Celebrated All Over The World

Gothic Whiteness: The Lost Girls in the New World

Posted by Gerald Gaylard on March 16, 2009 in Guest Blog, Prof Gerald Gaylard tagged with

It is one thing to have lost boys in all things gothic and vampiric - and after all the entire genre might be regarded as the dark side of the prodigal son archetype in that it deals with exile, pilule isolation and suffering - but what about the girls? In particular, prostate what about the white girls? Where would the gothic be without its distraught maiden, capsule alone and palely loitering: its Ophelia-Cordelia, its Miss Havisham, its Vampirella? Where indeed.  Many of the maidens of Gothicism have lost themselves in the “New World”. Indeed, the notion o

Vampire of Venice

Posted by admin on March 14, 2009 in News tagged with

Bricks not stakes?

CFP: Celebrating the Dead: Anniversaries and the Literary After Life

Posted by admin on March 13, 2009 in News tagged with

Send proposals by 26 March

CFP: The Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies

Posted by admin on March 13, 2009 in News tagged with

Submit articles for the 6th Issue, Summer 2009

New Guest Blog

Posted by admin on March 12, 2009 in News tagged with

Gerald Gaylard