Science Fiction Film & Television

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Reconditioning the fantastic

Science Fiction Film & Television (2012), 5, (2), 287–299.

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Bould, Mark. ‘The Dreadful Credibility of Absurd Things: A Tendency in Fantasy Theory’. Historical Materialism 10.4 (2002): 51-88. ‘The Dreadful Credibility of Absurd Things: A Tendency in Fantasy Theory’ Historical Materialism 10 51 88 Google Scholar

Butler, David. Fantasy Cinema: Impossible Worlds on Screen. London: Wallflower, 2009. Fantasy Cinema: Impossible Worlds on Screen Google Scholar

Lajtha, Terry. ‘Brechtian Devices in Non-Brechtian Cinema: Culloden’. Literature/Film Quarterly 9.1 (1981): 9-14. ‘Brechtian Devices in Non-Brechtian Cinema: Culloden’ Literature/Film Quarterly 9 9 14 Google Scholar

Nash, Mark. ‘Vampyr and the Fantastic’. Screen 17.3 (1976): 29-67. ‘Vampyr and the Fantastic’ Screen 17 29 67 Google Scholar

Richter, Hans. The Struggle for the Film: Towards a Socially Responsible Cinema. Aldershot: Wildwood House, 1986. The Struggle for the Film: Towards a Socially Responsible Cinema Google Scholar

Suvin, Darko. ‘Considering the Sense of "Fantasy" or "Fantastic Fiction": An Effusion’. Extrapolation 41.3 (2000): 20-47. ‘Considering the Sense of "Fantasy" or "Fantastic Fiction": An Effusion’ Extrapolation 41 20 47 Google Scholar

Todorov, Tzvetan. The Fantastic: A Structural Approach to a Literary Genre. Trans. Richard Howard. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1975 (1970). The Fantastic: A Structural Approach to a Literary Genre Google Scholar

Wu, Harmony. ‘Tracking the Horrific: Editor's Introduction’. Spectator - The University of Southern California Journal of Film and Television 22.2 (2002): 1-11. ‘Tracking the Horrific: Editor's Introduction’ Spectator - The University of Southern California Journal of Film and Television 22 1 11 Google Scholar

Zipes, Jack. ‘Why Fantasy Matters Too Much’. Journal of Aesthetic Education 43.2 (2009): 77-91. ‘Why Fantasy Matters Too Much’ Journal of Aesthetic Education 43 77 91 Google Scholar

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Butler, David