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A History of Horror (also known as A History of Horror with Mark Gatiss) is a 2010 three-part documentary series made for the BBC by British writer and actor Mark Gatiss. It is a personal exploration of the history of horror film, inspired by Gatiss's lifelong enthusiasm for the genre. The documentary was directed by John Das (episodes one and three) and Rachel Jardine (episode two); series consultant was actor and film historian Jonathan Rigby.
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What this book aims to do is to provide an outline of the main developments in journalism, traced through the newspapers that chiefly influenced them, during three cen- turies-to describe the stages of evolution from the crude news- books of the seventeenth century to the modern newspapers and from the two-page essay papers and simple miscellanies of the eighteenth.
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a history of horror in the British small press. On the fringe for 30 years. Published 2000 by Shadow Publishing in Birmingham. 40 p. : Number of pages.