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Descrição da editora

Splatter Capital shows how a popular subgenre of cinematic horror has developed a uniquely sensitive perspective on the cycles of capitalism. It argues that the emphatically messy brand of horror mobilized in gore or "splatter" films is extremely responsive to the internal contradictions that threaten the future sustainability of capitalist accumulation. And, while responding to the prospect of that end, splatter promotes an extant truth: capitalist accumulation is and always has been a nightmare of systematized bloodshed. This book provides an account of that nightmare as told through a combination of economic history and filmic analysis. The story it tells will serve as a source of both theoretical and practical knowledge for surviving the horror movie we collectively inhabit.

GÊNERO
Política e atualidades
LANÇADO
2017
21 Março
IDIOMA
EN
Inglês
TAMANHO
170
Páginas
EDITORA
Watkins Media
VENDEDOR
Penguin Random House LLC
TAMANHO
759.7
KB

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