The Cult Film Reader

From the back cover:

Whether defined by horror, kung-fu, sexploitation, kitsch musical or 'weird world cinema' cult movies and their global followings are emerging as a distinct subject of film and media theory, dedicated to dissecting the world's unruliest images.

This book is the world's first Reader on cult film. It brings together key works in the field on the structure, form, status and reception of cult cinema traditions. Including work from key established scholars in the field such as Umberto Eco, Janet Staiger, Jeffrey Sconce, Henry Jenskins, and Barry Keith Grant, as well as new perspectives on the gradually developing canon of cult cinema, the book not only presents an overview of ways in which cult cinema can be approached, it also re-assesses the methods used to study the cult text and its audiences.

Reference:
Mathijs, E., & Mendik, X. (2008). The cult film reader. Maidenhead, Berkshire, England: Open University Press/McGraw-Hill Education.

  • Creation

    701

  • Culpa

    702

  • La danse de mort

    703

  • Dertli pinar

    704

  • Wedding Festivities

    705

  • The Girl and the Game

    706

  • Hayatim sana feda

    707

  • Hemşo

    708

  • The Power of Myth

    709

  • Kopekler adasi

    710

  • Love Moods

    711

  • Naughty!

    712

  • Naughty New Orleans

    713

  • What Do Young Films Dream About?

    714

  • The Offenders

    715

  • Secrets of a Windmill Girl

    716

  • Serseri

    717

  • Soho Striptease

    718

  • Surakksha

    719

  • Streetwalker

    720

  • Üç Arkadaş

    721