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Ligeia  -- The Fall of the House of Usher  -- The Murders in the Rue Morgue  -- The Masque of the Red Death  -- The Pit and the Pendulum  -- The Tell-Tale Heart  -- The Gold-Bug  -- The Black Cat  -- The Cask of Amontillado 
Horror Stories: Classic Tales from Hoffmann to Hodgson by Darryl Jones (Editor)Contents: The sandman / E. T. A. Hoffmann -- The man in the bell / William Maginn -- George Dobson's expedition to hell / James Hogg -- La grande bretêche / Honré de Balzac -- Berenice- a tale / Edgar Allan Poe -- Strange event in the life of Schalken the painter / Sheridan Le Fanu -- The birth-mark / Nathaniel Hawthorne -- The Tartarus of Maids / Herman Melville -- What was it? / Fitz-James O'Brien -- No. 1 Branch line: The signal-man / Charles Dickens -- The death of Olivier Bécaille / Émile Zola -- The Vivisector vivisected / Ronald Ross -- The body-snatcher / Robert Louis Stevenson -- The mark of the beast / Rudyard Kipling -- Chickamauga / Ambrose Bierce -- The yellow wall paper / Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- The case of Lady Sannox / Arthur Conan Doyle -- The squaw / Bram Stoker -- The repairer of reputations / Robert W. Chambers -- Novel of the white powder / Arthur Machen -- The adventure of Lady Wishaw's hand / Richard Marsh -- The monkey's paw / W. W. Jacobs -- Luella Miller / Mary E. Wilkins Freeman -- Count Magnus / M. R. James -- For the blood is the life / Francis Marion Crawford -- The Wendigo / Algernon Blackwood -- August heat / W. F. Harvey -- The room in the tower / E. F. Benson -- The derelict / William Hope Hodgson
[John Carpenter's] Halloween by Murray Leeder"Film scholar Murray Leeder offers a bold and provocative study of [John] Carpenter's film [Halloween], which hopes to expose qualities that are sometime effaced by its sequels and remakes. It explores Halloween [1978[ as an unexpected ghost film, and examines such subjects as its construction of the teenager, and the relationship of Halloween the film to Halloween the holiday, and Michael Myers's brand of "pure evil." It is a fascinating read for scholars and fans alike."--from publisher
Hostel  and Hostel 2 : Eli Roth (Director & Producer); Mike Fleiss & Chris Biggs (Producers) -- The Tattooist : Peter Burger (Director); Ng San San & Chan Pui Yin (Producers) -- The Hunt for the BTK Killer : Stephen Kay (Director); Randy Sutter & Richard Fischoff (Producers)