Check out the following book and film reviews via the link below.

Book Reviews

To boldly go where others have gone before...? Star Trek and
(academic) narratives of progress, A Review Essay by Matthew

American Movie Audiences: From the Turn of the Century to the
Early Sound Era, Edited by Melvyn Stokes and Richard Maltby, A
Review by Steven T. Sheehan

Artists in the Audience: Cults, Camp, and American Film Criticism,
By Greg Taylor, A Review by Raymond J. Haberski, Jr.

Contemporary French Cinema: An Introduction, By Guy Austin, A
Review by J. Emmett Winn

Endless Night: Cinema and Psychoanalysis, Parallel Histories,
Edited by Janet Bergstrom, A Review by Joan Hawkins

Fatal Attractions: Rescripting Romance in Contemporary Literature
and Film, Edited by Lynne Pearce and Gina Wisker, A Review by
Kathrina Glitre

Feminism, Femininity and Popular Culture, By Joanne Hollows, A
Review by Jacinda Read

Globalization and Culture, By John Tomlinson, A Review by Paul

On the History of Film Style, By David Bordwell, A Review by
Ronald W. Wilson

Out Takes: Essays on Queer Theory and Film, Edited by Ellis
Hanson, A Review by Mark Brownrigg

Storytelling in the New Hollywood: Understanding Classical
Narrative Technique, By Kristin Thompson, A Review by Steve

Visions of Virtue in Popular Film, By Joseph H. Kupfer, A Review
by Kirsty Fairclough

The World According to Hollywood 1918-1939, By Ruth Vasey, A
Review by Nadine Wills

Film Reviews

6th Viva Spanish Film Festival at Cornerhouse Cinema,
Manchester, A Review Essay by Andrew Willis

Gladiator, A Review Essay by Sara Gwenllian Jones

American Movie, A Review by Martin Flanagan

Les Conveyeurs Attendent, A Review by Benjamin McCann

Le Grand Bleu/The Big Blue: Director's Cut, A Review by Dayna

I Dreamed of Africa, A Review by Katrina Daly Thompson

Love's Labour's Lost, A Review by Patrick J. Cook

The Patriot, A Review by Marlon Kuzmick

Space Cowboys, A Review by Geoff Weiss

Topsy -Turvy, A Review by Sarah Stubbings

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