Why do we celebrate Halloween? No one gets the day off, and unlike all other major holidays it has no religious or governmental affiliation. A survivor of our pre-Christian, agrarian roots, it has become one of the most popular and widely celebrated festivals on the contemporary American calendar. It's the Humanity! D34 A6 - 2nd Floor. A brilliant virtuoso whose long-limbed, cartoony but incredibly detailed slapstick illustrations perfectly complemented the grotesqueries that came from the fevered minds of the EC Comics writers.
Mostly written by EC editor Al Feldstein, other tales incorporate the supernatural, science gone horribly wrong as well as the classic 'disbeliever gets his comeuppance' story. B53 B - 2nd Floor. Like some other kids his age, Billy Fog has to wear glasses. But Billy has the gift of Trouble Sight, so when he takes his glasses off, he sees all the things that other kids can't: ghosts and ghouls, vampires and monsters, a world of darkness and danger, and above all the thing that kids aren't supposed to see: death!
Is Trouble Sight a gift, then, or a curse? G B79 Experience the uniquely twisted fairy tales from the minds of Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco! Follow the heroine Sela as she uses the classic tales of old to lead modern day men and women to the right choices while combating the lure of evil. Collecting issues of the hit independent series. K W38 The beginning of Robert Kirkman's Eisner Award-winning continuing story of survival horror- from Rick Grimes' waking up alone in a hospital, to him and his family seeking solace on Hershel's farm, and the controversial introduction of Woodbury despot: The Governor.
In a world ruled by the dead, we are finally forced to finally start living.
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F7 - Howard-Tilton Stacks. Almost two centuries after its publication, Frankenstein remains an indisputably classic text and Mary Shelley's finest work. This extensively revised Norton Critical Edition includes new texts and illustrative materials that convey the enduring global conversation about Frankenstein and its author. The text is that of the first edition, published in three volumes by Lackington, Hughes, Harding, Mavor, and Jones. It is accompanied by an expansive new preface, explanatory annotations, a map of Geneva and its environs, and seven illustrations, five of them new to the Second Edition.
T3 G68 Gothic Readings: The First Wave, is an anthology of Gothic literature, set within the context of contemporary criticism and readers' responses. It includes selections from the major practitioners - indcluding Horace Walpole, William Beckford, Ann Radcliffe, Matthew Gregory Lewis, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, William Godwin, Mary Shelley, Charles Robert Maturin and Edgar Allan Poe - and many of their followers, as well as contemporary reviews, private letters and diaries, chapbooks, and anecdotes about dramatic performaces and the design of theatre sets.
The volume provides representative samples of the major genres: historical Gothic, the Radcliffe school of terror, the Lewis school of horror, tragic melodrama, comic parody, supernatural poetry and ballads, book reviews and literary criticism and anti-Gothic polemic. Also covered are the major Gothic issues such as the aesthetics of the sublime, religionn and the supernatural and the influence of ancient Romance, 'hobgoblin machinery' including vampires, spectres, orphans, the Inquisition, banditti, nuns, storms and ruined castles , and social and political themes.
A general introduction reviews the major approaches to Gothic literature, and short introductions place individual selections in context. All the texts are based on first editions. The collection is suitable as a textbook for courses on the Gothic novel or on Romantic literature and will appeal to all Gothic enthusiasts.
A H3 It is the story of four seekers who arrive at a notoriously unfriendly pile called Hill House: Dr. Montague, an occult scholar looking for solid evidence of a "haunting"; Theodora, his lighthearted assistant; Eleanor, a friendless, fragile young woman well acquainted with poltergeists; and Luke, the future heir of Hill House. At first, their stay seems destined to be merely a spooky encounter with inexplicable phenomena. But Hill House is gathering its powers—and soon it will choose one of them to make its own. A A6 cop. Skoll Call Number: BF F2 S57 Fear has long served elites.
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They rely on fear to keep and expand their privileges and control the masses. In the current crisis of the capitalist world system, elites in the United States, along with other central countries, promote fear of crime and terrorism. They shaped these fears so that people looked to authorities for security, which permitted extension of apparatuses of coercion like police and military forces.
In the face of growing oppression, rebellion against elite hegemony remains possible. This book offers an analysis of the crisis and strategies for rebellion. T3H38 F2 S88 Surveillance cameras. Airport security lines. Barred store windows. We see manifestations of societal fears everyday, and daily news reports on the latest household danger or raised terror threat level continually stoke our sense of impending doom.
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F2 B Nearly all approximately are available to collectors. Now the great medium of radio where imagination can run free has been reduced to the occasional brilliant drama airing sporadically in some corner of the world. A moment when the thrill of the nightime led the listener along the path of intrigue, horror and dangerous adventure.
Permission for use granted by Jim Widner. Reviewer: newdickmorris - - April 29, Subject:. It took a while, but I finally made it through this fantastic collection. I admit that there were quite a few episodes that I didn't love, but the number of absolute classic OTR episodes found in this series more than make up for the ones I didn't care for.
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My top 15 episodes not in order : The Hitchhiker William Conrad is the king of OTR voice actors. I really like this one. For some reason, I am constantly surprised by just how good Joseph Cotten was as an actor. His work on Suspence and on Alfred Hitchcock Presents was really something special.
Cathy Lewis deserves some accolades for her contributions too. She added a lot to the show, imo. Reviewer: zensixties - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - March 4, Subject: Man who like dickesn Airdate Oct. Too bad they didn't have audible back then! Reviewer: Carly Corday - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - August 13, Subject: Ironic how? I don't understand what is ironic about the final show's title either. How is da Debil synonymous with death or endings or finality, unless you're just wanting it to be so, and why would anyone desire that, or suffer that much infatuation with Ole Scratch that he seems to seal with majestic Irony whatever he breathes on, fitting or not, and assume the infatuation is shared by everyone?
Reviewer: doreyme32 - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - December 15, Subject: The Kettler Method Remarkable that tv has turned to some of these old radio programs and made a movie out of some. This one in particular has been made into a movie. But for me I so appreciate this original better.
Reviewer: Amanda - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - December 22, Subject: I've got a question And you guys are all whizzes! I'm trying to find an OTR episode about a lady mystery writer who witnesses a murder on a beach. She helps the murderer hide the body and ends up marrying him. It all comes unraveled when she discovers him with another woman that turned out to be his sister.
click here It was one of the best and most audacious stories I've heard yet but I can't remember what series it went with! The Whistler? Somebody's bound to know and I'm hoping one of you fellow Suspense lovers can help me out. There's many reasons the 2 performances sounded a little different. One would be the actor or director wasn't happy the way a line was delivered the 1st time, another and this ocurred more often than you might think is that some people involved with the show had 3 hours to kill, so many would go out to dinner, and a few would have a little "liquid courage," which would most defenitely change the way they delivered a line!
The handful that I've noticed are minor. Ther is ONE Suspense episode that I'm reminded of, however, and I think it would fall under "the most unenthusiastic performance on Suspense" category. Kearns also played poor Mr. Wilson, on "Dennis the Menace" until he stroked out in For high quality productions and good entertainment to listen to in addition to Supense, I suggest most of you already know "Escape" plus another production by "Mr.
Don't let it be forgotten, and if you have kids, turn them on to the great Sci Fi shows and horror the stuff kids love it's all safe and good entertainment for young people, playlists are posted all over on you tube, and the best part is every one is FREE! Go right ahead and post any questions here, I enjoy providing any help I can!
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It gives me something to do 'cause I'm disabled, and can no longer do much else Keep listening! Reviewer: NoSpillBlood - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - September 8, Subject: Suspense performed and broadcast twice? The sound of these is good, very good. Kudos to the uploader. It is a somewhat odd sensation to recognize differences in the way lines are read between these recordings and the particular versions I have heard for years now. This was so for all the episodes in this group I sampled. Is it a matter of West Coast vs.
East Coast versions?
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It seems to me I read this explanation somewhere on this site a few years back, but I can't find it. Reviewer: Charlie - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - March 24, Subject: About "Suspense" After reading the prior reviews, I would think by now, a change of use of "ironic" as a descriptive word for the final episode.
That being said, after 10 years of my 1st discovering classic radio, I finally feel qualified to comment. I think if we "OTR" lovers would try to target specific audiences, we could get more admirers. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Oct 22, Natalie Allen rated it it was amazing. Alfred Hithcock's portrayal of "scary" stores are nothing short of art in disguise. I'd consider myself a long-time fan, so it was a real treat to add this baby to my collection. A must-read for fellow Hitchcock lovers!