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Wednesday, 23 May 2012
An inherent paradox embedded in the horror genre that is rarely confronted or even recognised by horror writers. The paradox runs as follows:
Either (a) horror works and is morally wrong (because it horrifies people); or (b) it doesn't work and is thus aesthetically wrong (because it fails to achieve its stated aims).
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