- Title Pages
- Introduction: traumatic events and international horror cinema
- Part I German and Japanese horror: the traumatic legacy of the Second World War
- 1 The horror of the Nazi past in the reunification present: Jörg Buttgereit's <i>Nekromantiks</i>
- 2 <i>Nihonjinron</i>, women, horror: post-war national identity and the spirit of subaltern vengeance in <i>Ringu</i> and <i>The Ring</i>
- Part II The traumatised 1970s and the threat of apocalypse now
- 3 ‘Consumed out of the good land’: George A. Romero's horror of the 1970s
- 4 All hail to the serial killer: America's last frontier hero in the age of Reaganite eschatology and beyond
- Part III From Vietnam to 9/11: the Orientalist other and the American poor white
- 5 ‘Squealing like a pig’: the War on Terror and the resurgence of hillbilly horror after 9/11
- Part IV New Labour new horrors: the post-Thatcherite crisis of British masculinity
- 6 Zombies, dog men and dragons: generic hybridity and gender crisis in British horror of the new millennium
- Conclusion: horror cinema and traumatic events
- The Wounds of Nations
- Manchester University Press
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