Teenage Wasteland: The Slasher Movie Uncut

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  • Title: Teenage Wasteland: The Slasher Movie Uncut
  • Author: Justin Kerswell
  • ISBN: 9781847734525
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. This book is simply beautiful. So much love went into making it and it shows. The amount of time and knowledge that was spent here is well worth it and I highly recommend this to anyone new to slashers or people that grew up on it like myself.

    2. "Teenage Wasteland: the slasher movie uncut" de J.A. Kerswell es un ensayo excelente y sorprendentemente riguroso que recorre ese subgénero del terror que a tantos nos gusta como es el "slasher", emparentándolo en sus inicios con el Grand Guignol, la novela Diez Negritos de Agatha Christie y los Old Dark house thrillers de los años 20 a 30 pasando por el krimi alemán y, naturalmente, el giallo italiano y el Psycho de Hitchkock hasta llegar a la edad dorada del slasher que inició Halloween e [...]

    3. The time period known as the Slasher Era holds a tremendous amount of nostalgia for horror fans. It was the period of big hair, great music, and the over-the-top subgenre of horror films known as the Slasher.Justin Kerswell's knowledge of the movies of this era is staggering. Together with his website, Hysteria Lives, any question you have about the Slasher movie era is answered in gory detail. I can't thank him enough for turning me on to the classic movies that slipped through the cracks once [...]

    4. Kerswell sure possesses a great knowledge about the slasher movie, which he shows time to time in this book. What the book doesn't do is to go deep into the slasher phenomena, more than showing that it was a hugely popular thing in the early 80s. Although Kerswell should get credit for pointing out certain movements within the subgenre, as for example "the supernatural slasher", which shows hints of what this book could have been. That said, it is an easy and fun read, written with love for the [...]

    5. This UK book has just been released in the US under the more generic title: The Slasher Movie Book. Whatever version you've got on your side of The Pond, they're both well worth a read.

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