Plato’s Couch – NEAR DARK references

The following resources are cited in the Plato’s Couch podcast episode on Near Dark (Listen HERE):


Benson-Allott, Caetlin (2010). Undoing Violence: Politics, Genre, and Duration in Kathryn Bigelow’s Cinema, Film Quarterly, 64(2), pp. 33-43

Bigelow, Kathryn (Director). (1987). Near Dark, USA: F/M Entertainment

Braudy, Leo (2010), Near Dark: An Appreciation
 Film Quarterly, 64(2), pp. 29-32

Coburn, Marcia (1987). Revamping Vampires, Chicago Tribune, October 11th 1987

Gregory, David (director). (2002), Living in Darkness, USA: Blue Underground

Keough, Peter (ed). (2013). Kathryn Bigelow Interviews, The University Press of Mississippi, Jackson

Lane, Christina (1998). From The Loveless to Point Break: Kathryn Bigelow’s Trajectory in Action, Cinema Journal, 37(4), pp.59-81

Powell, Anna (1994). Blood on the Borders: Near Dark and Blue Steel, Screen, 35(2), pp.136-156

Scott, Jay (1987). Vampire myth spawns new terrors in seductive demons of Near Dark, The Globe and Mail, October 2nd 1987

Sharrett, Christopher (1993). The Horror Film in Neoconservative Culture, Journal of Popular Film & Television, 21(3), pp.100-110

Smith, Gavin (1995). Momentum and Design: Kathryn Bigelow interviewed by Gavin Smith, Film Comment, 31(5), pp.46-60


Plato’s Couch intro/outro music: Vitus Von Degen – The Firenze Incident


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