Contents of Issue #10


Matthew Schultz: ‘Give it Welcome’: Gothic Inheritance and the Troubles in Contemporary Irish Fiction

Ewan Kirkland: Survival Horrality: Analysis of a Videogame Genre

Audrey Murfin: The Gothic Challenge to Victorian Realism: Buried Narratives in Villette, Aurora Leigh, and Lady Audley’s Secret

Kurt Fawver: Massacres of Meaning: The Semiotic Value of Silence and Scream in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and Halloween


Herbert van Thal (ed.), The Pan Book of Horror Stories

Lawrence Phillips & Anne Witchard (eds.), London Gothic: Place, Space and the Gothic Imagination

Eaton Stannard Barrett, The Heroine

John Drakakis & Dale Townshend (eds), Gothic Shakespeares

Sara Wasson, Dark London: Urban Gothic of the Second World War

Stephen T. Asma, On Monsters: An Unnatural History of Our Worst Fears

Stephenie Meyer, The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner: An Eclipse Novella

Michael Sims (ed.), Dracula’s Guest: A Connoisseur’s Collection of Victorian Vampire Stories


Kill List (Dir. Ben Wheatley) UK, 2011

The Night of the Hunter (Dir. Charles Laughton) USA, 1955 / Citerion, Nov. 2010

The Damned (Dir. Joseph Losey) UK, 1964 / Sony Pictures Home Entertianment, 2010

Insidious (Dir. James Wan) USA, 2011 / Film District/Alliance Films


Dead Space 2 (Developer: Europcom Visceral Games, Publisher: Electronic Arts)

F.E.A.R 3 (Developer:  Day 1 Studios, Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment)

Roísín Dubh  (Publisher: Atomic Diner, Writer: Maura McHugh, Art: Stephen Daly)

Zombies Hi (Publisher: Uproar Comics, Writer:  Danny McLaughlin, Pencils: Kevin Gio Logue, Ink:  John Campbell)


Appropriate Adult  (ITV 1, September 2011)

Torchwood: Miracle Day (Starz: US and BBC: UK, 2011)

Teen Wolf (MTV, 2009)


The Double Life of Catherine Street, Limerick, 13th -15th of May 2011

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