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From The Conjuring to Colin … Housebound to Headless … Stitches to Sadi-Screem … post-millennial horror films continue to amaze in terms of diversity, creativeness and brutality. This second volume in the critically acclaimed The New Flesh series delves deeper into the recesses of contemporary psychotronic cinema than any other book has dared … Back with another 300 bran From The Conjuring to Colin … Housebound to Headless … Stitches to Sadi-Screem … post-millennial horror films continue to amaze in terms of diversity, creativeness and brutality. This second volume in the critically acclaimed The New Flesh series delves deeper into the recesses of contemporary psychotronic cinema than any other book has dared … Back with another 300 brand new, exclusive reviews of 21st Century horror films - The New Flesh Volume 2 offers an even bigger, meatier proposition than its best-selling predecessor. It’s a selection that promises to be wilder, gorier and more disturbing than before. Once again the globe has been traversed, a myriad of salacious sub-genres are explored and countless filmmakers have been quizzed directly in a bid to offer true insight alongside knowledgeable critique for the benefit of the discerning horror fan. From Asian nightmares and Spanish ghost stories to Hollywood remakes and extreme underground gore fests, Stuart Willis proffers a formidable selection of the good, the bad and the downright obscure – ensuring even the most ardent fan will find something new within these pages. Stuart Willis has written extensively about horror films, new and old, for SexGoreMutants website. He’s also had work published previously in the likes of Deranged fanzine and Chas Balun’s legendary Deep Red magazine. His book The New Flesh: 21st Century Horror Films A-Z Volume 1 formed the first of an ongoing series of tomes which, over time, aim to provide a definitive reference guide to modern fright flicks. Praise for The New Flesh: 21st Century Horror Films A-Z, Volume 1: “Extremely well-informed … (the book is) sure to resonate with a wide range of audiences” Diabolique ”Essential for any collection” Death Window Media “Fabulously packed book … A great addition to any horror fan’s library … Roll on Volume 2” Starburst “Impressive … Recommended” A D Barker (author, The Electric; Dead Leaves) ”A handy, go-to guide for a solid range of outsider cinema” Brutal as Hell “Willis has a deep understanding of the horror genre … One can’t help but marvel at the films (he has tracked down) … A page-turner … Money well-spent” (re)Search my Trash


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From The Conjuring to Colin … Housebound to Headless … Stitches to Sadi-Screem … post-millennial horror films continue to amaze in terms of diversity, creativeness and brutality. This second volume in the critically acclaimed The New Flesh series delves deeper into the recesses of contemporary psychotronic cinema than any other book has dared … Back with another 300 bran From The Conjuring to Colin … Housebound to Headless … Stitches to Sadi-Screem … post-millennial horror films continue to amaze in terms of diversity, creativeness and brutality. This second volume in the critically acclaimed The New Flesh series delves deeper into the recesses of contemporary psychotronic cinema than any other book has dared … Back with another 300 brand new, exclusive reviews of 21st Century horror films - The New Flesh Volume 2 offers an even bigger, meatier proposition than its best-selling predecessor. It’s a selection that promises to be wilder, gorier and more disturbing than before. Once again the globe has been traversed, a myriad of salacious sub-genres are explored and countless filmmakers have been quizzed directly in a bid to offer true insight alongside knowledgeable critique for the benefit of the discerning horror fan. From Asian nightmares and Spanish ghost stories to Hollywood remakes and extreme underground gore fests, Stuart Willis proffers a formidable selection of the good, the bad and the downright obscure – ensuring even the most ardent fan will find something new within these pages. Stuart Willis has written extensively about horror films, new and old, for SexGoreMutants website. He’s also had work published previously in the likes of Deranged fanzine and Chas Balun’s legendary Deep Red magazine. His book The New Flesh: 21st Century Horror Films A-Z Volume 1 formed the first of an ongoing series of tomes which, over time, aim to provide a definitive reference guide to modern fright flicks. Praise for The New Flesh: 21st Century Horror Films A-Z, Volume 1: “Extremely well-informed … (the book is) sure to resonate with a wide range of audiences” Diabolique ”Essential for any collection” Death Window Media “Fabulously packed book … A great addition to any horror fan’s library … Roll on Volume 2” Starburst “Impressive … Recommended” A D Barker (author, The Electric; Dead Leaves) ”A handy, go-to guide for a solid range of outsider cinema” Brutal as Hell “Willis has a deep understanding of the horror genre … One can’t help but marvel at the films (he has tracked down) … A page-turner … Money well-spent” (re)Search my Trash

17 review for The New Flesh: 21st Century Horror Films A-Z, Volume 2

  1. 5 out of 5

    Paul Bryant

    An excellent follow up to volume one and a must buy for any horror fan. Why are there so many guides for horror films as compared to, say, romcoms or blockbusters or arthouse indie ? Is it because at some point horror fans finds themselves asking the familiar question Why am I watching this?? Well…..anyway. WHAT IS THE NATURE OF THE BEAST? It behoves me to now say that having ploughed through this second volume and of course volume one, not to mention Beyond the Darkness by Phil Russell and It Live An excellent follow up to volume one and a must buy for any horror fan. Why are there so many guides for horror films as compared to, say, romcoms or blockbusters or arthouse indie ? Is it because at some point horror fans finds themselves asking the familiar question Why am I watching this?? Well…..anyway. WHAT IS THE NATURE OF THE BEAST? It behoves me to now say that having ploughed through this second volume and of course volume one, not to mention Beyond the Darkness by Phil Russell and It Lives Again! By Axelle Carolyn (both also excellent) and of course having seen a number of modern horror movies, many brilliant, I think I am now in a position to state without fear of contradiction that around 50-60% of horror movies are very misogynistic. It can’t be denied. I could give you lots of examples from the descriptions in these books but it would put you off your dinner and it would get this review flagged immediately. But the curious may wish to check online descriptions of American Guinea Pig : Bouquet of Guts and Gore (2015) Black Mass of the Nazi Sex Wizard (2015) Cold Grip (2005) Concrete (2004) Donkey Punch (2008) Forced Entry (2002) Snuff 102 (2007) That's just a little light sprinkling. There are so many more. So, I was going to trot out my new refurbished theory of horror movies for this review. As in – why the endless repetition of disgraceful endless torture and killing of women? But it’s so bleak, so reductive and so depressing that I thought … no one is going to thank you for that. Instead, here are some recommended non-chopping up women horror movies I enjoyed this year Veronika A Quiet Place Raw You were Never Really Here Lucy mother! (a borderline case but a must see) The Autopsy of Jane Doe

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    Robert Evans

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    David Curson

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    Staci Krominga

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    Shan

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    Arthur Carlson

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    Thinking Horror

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    Judy Pancoast

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    Stephen Williamson

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    Keith A. Gibson

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    Greg Trout

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    Mark D.

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    Nathan Linscheid

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    John Sullivan

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    Samantha

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