Review: Nightmare Japan: Contemporary Japanese Horror Cinema [Book Review]

Film-Philosophy 14 (1):350-360 (2010)

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A review of Nightmare Japan, by Jay McRoy.
Keywords Film and Philosophy  Horror  Aesthetics
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DOI 10.3366/film.2010.0018
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