Early 1970s Britain was blighted by high inflation, industrial action, and power cuts, and the three-day work week. Tubular Bells‘ turbulent emotions mirror the era’s deep anxieties.
Is it any surprise that the home invasion film took root during the white flight from American cities in the ’50s and ’60s and reached new levels of popularity in the Trump era?
The Imagination of Disaster 2.0: Revisiting Susan Sontag in the Age of the Pandemic Horror Narrative
Considering Susan Sontag’s “The Imagination of Disaster” and modern apocalyptic narratives, are sci-fi and horror still “inadequate responses” to our world?