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Haunting Experiences Ghosts in Contemporary Folklore. Utah: Utah State. Heidi, V. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. LaChance, A. Minnesota: Llewellyn Publications. Nickel, J. Rosenberg, T. The Exorcism of Emily Rose. USA: Screen Gems.

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Abstract In this article, we attempt to unravel the family-based haunted house film patterns in both Malaysia and America.

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Keywords: family; patterns; structure; Haunted House; gothic; horror. Full Text: PDF. References Aguirre, M. Bansak, G. Jefferson: MacFarland. Bronte, E. Wuthering Heights.


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    Kaedah Merawat Santau. Hawthorne, N. The House of the Seven Gables. Although somewhat tangential which he admits [] , Van Der Heide provides a rather intricate and fascinating argument demonstrating how fluid film influences and transformations are in the genre of Westerns. Van Der Heide also deftly deals with the problematic issues of identity in Malaysia by succinctly informing us of the complex historical, cultural, political and religious forces at play. He is able to capture the complexities and pluralist nature of Malaysian society, making his discussion both informative and cogent.

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    In the third chapter, Van Der Heide encapsulates the film culture of Malaysia by charting out the history of the Malaysian film industry, as well as analyzing film spectatorship in Malaysian, Indian, Hong Kong and Indonesian films. His inter-disciplinary approach is innovative and thoughtful. Chapter four left me dissatisfied — I felt that Van Der Heide merely scratched the surface of Malaysian cinema.

    My response has undoubtedly been conditioned by how film scholarship has traditionally approached national cinema. It sharpens our critical thinking about national cinemas by coercing us to contemplate where the borders are.

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    Why are these borders more rigid? As I read the book, a couple of further things crossed my mind. The film depicted the pluralist Malaysia that Van Der Heide has devoted much effort and space to prove. It is a book that has been long overdue! Malaysian cinema, Asian film: border crossings and national cultures David Neo Where are the Borders?

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