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15. Horror Films: Creating and Reflecting Fear

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This Media Studies Factsheet provides an overview of the horror genre in terms of:
• The problems in attempting to deal with horror as a single genre.
• Audience pleasures created by the genre.
• The methods used to attempt to create fear.
• The importance of context in the analysing horror texts.

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April 2007

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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