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Monsters

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Rend Lake College Library Guides: Monsters

 


Monsters Books:

 

 

Monsters under the bed and other childhood fears : helping your child overcome anxieties, fears, and phobias ( must ILL this book).

 

Popular monster fiction books - http://www.goodreads.com/shelf/show/monster-fiction

 


Databases:

Academic Search Premier

Credo Reference

Encyclopedia Britannica

Films on Demand

JSTOR

Literature Resource Center

Music Online

Omnifile

Oxford English Dictionary

 


Articles:

 

Teaching the Monster: "Frankenstein" and Critical Thinking - EBSCOhost

Monsters and the Moral Imagination - EBSCOhost

Monster, Be Good! - EBSCOhost

Monster Culturehttp://teacherweb.com/NJ/MetuchenHighSchool/Volosin/Monster-Culture.pdf - web

 


 

 Websites:

50 Awesome Movie Monsters - http://www.totalfilm.com/features/50-awesome-movie-monsters

Top Ten Movie Monsters - Movie Creature List HD - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1NJzHP26CQ

List of Giant-Monster Films - http://www.imdb.com/list/azXnysC12q8/

Time Out's 50 greatest monster movies  - http://www.timeout.com/london/film/time-outs-50-greatest-monster-movies

 

Literary Monsters - http://classiclit.about.com/od/literarymonsters/Literary_Monsters.htm

 

other monsters...

Centaurs

Cerberus

Chimaera

Cyclops

Dragons

Ghosts

Giant Squid

Griffin / Gryphon

Mummy

Phoenix

Siren

Vampires

Werewolf

     

    Monsters
    Monsters like Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, and Grendal are important characters in Classic Literature. Discover the greatest of the literary monsters, and find out why these characters are so memorable. Read more about monsters in literature.

     


    Film: 

    Drracula vs. Frankenstein

    Monsters University

    Gareth Edwards, Monsters (2010)
    Cooper and Schoedsack, King Kong (1933)
    Alfred Hitchcock, The Birds (1963) 
    Ridley Scott, Alien (1979) 
    Matt Reeves, Let Me In (2010) 
    George Romero, Night of the Living Dead (1968) 
    Frank Darabont, The Walking Dead, “Guts” (2010) 
    Toby Wilkins Splinter (2008) 
    Neil Marshall, The Descent (2005)


    Videos: 

    UB Research: Monster Culture - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1K6irKHrjc

     

     


     

    Poetry:

    Poetry soup.com 

     

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