Tag Archives: Necrophilia
Robert Parigi’s 2003 film Love Object is only one of many horror films that explore male fantasies involving passive women in the form of sex dolls and/or corpses. Other films to tackle the subject with varying degrees of competence include Dead … Continue reading
Check out our new podcast on Necrophilia! During this podcast we discuss Erica’s fascinating chapter on Necrophilia and Necroeroticism in mainstream pornography, and Necrophilia (and other paraphilias) in general. Warning – this is explicit!
Steve Finbow’s book Grave Desire: A Cultural History of Necrophilia is one that I wish I had known of while drafting my own chapter for Understanding Necrophilia: A Global Multidisciplinary Approach, however, it went under my radar during my initial … Continue reading
For this edition of Scary Scholarly Saturday, we are going to look at the anthology Understanding Necrophilia: A Global Multidisciplinary Approach, edited by Drs. Lee Mellor, Anil Aggrawal, and Eric Hickey. I’ll admit upfront that I’m biased in my review, because … Continue reading
After a mild illness and a whole lot of work, I’m back! We will be bringing you reviews of Christmas-themed horror films and novels (be sure to check out our recent podcast) as the holidays draw near. But also, since … Continue reading
I am pleased to announce that the book to which I contributed original research, Understanding Necrophilia: A Global Multidisciplinary Approach, is finally in print! This is the first time my work has been published in print, and I wasn’t prepared … Continue reading
As the publication for Understanding Necrophilia swiftly approaches, I decided to publish the supplemental material for my chapter “Objects of Desire” at http://myhorrificlife.com/necrophilia-chapter. If possible, I will expand the image gallery at a later date. Once the anthology becomes available, … Continue reading