- Title Pages
- Notes on the Contributors
Chapter 1What Can a Neoi Gwei Teach Us? Adaptation as Reincarnation in Hong Kong Horror of the 1950s
Chapter 2The White Snake in Hong Kong Horror Cinema: from Horrific Tales to Crowd Pleasers
Chapter 3From Killer Snakes to Taxi Hunters: Hong Kong Horror in an Exploitation Context
Chapter 4The Enduring Cult of The Bride with White Hair: Chivalry and the Monstrous Other in the Hong Kong Fantasy-Horror
Chapter 5Animated Pasts and Unseen Futures: on the Comic Element in Hong Kong Horror
Chapter 6Performing (Comic) Abjection in the Hong Kong Ghost Story
Chapter 7Hands, Fingers and Fists: ‘Grasping’ Hong Kong Horror Films
Chapter 8Tsui Hark’s Detective Dee Films: Police Procedural Colludes with Supernatural-Martial Arts Cinema
Chapter 9Cross-border Implications: Transnational Haunting, Gender and the Persistent Look of The Eye
Chapter 10Food for Thought: Cannibalism in The Untold Story and Dumplings
Chapter 11Sympathy for the Slasher: Strategies of Character Engagement in Pang Ho-cheung’s Dream Home
Chapter 12Ghostly Returns: the Politics of Horror in Hong Kong Cinema
- Hong Kong Horror Cinema
- Gary Bettinson, Daniel Martin
- Edinburgh University Press
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