Geoff Cebula

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Articles by Geoff Cebula

Faces of Fear: An Investigation of Horror Cinema Guided by Leonid Lipavsky (Part II)

Horror is always an encounter with our own falseness, the impossibility that our organized body and organizing mind could impose any kind of lasting order on the unconcentrated, striving, fluid movements of this teeming life.

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Faces of Fear: An Investigation of Horror Cinema Guided by Leonid Lipavsky (Part I)

There’s something too light and easy about the way blood abandons its home and becomes a self-sufficient, warmish puddle—which may be living or not. Slowly leaving its captivity, it begins its own impersonal life—a life alien to us from its beginning—just the same kind of life as the trees or the grass live. It’s a red ‘plant among the green ones.

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