The face(s) of Korean horror film: towards a cinematic physiognomy of affective extremes

Exploration of how the face in Korean horror film is used to create a form of spectatorial participation in the drama, through close analysis of Oldboy, and drawing on Cinema 1 and Cinema 2 along with Richard Rushton's Deleuzian work.

Citation: 
David Scott Diffrient, The face(s) of Korean horror film: towards a cinematic physiognomy of affective extremes, Alison Peirse and Daniel Martin, Korean Horror Cinema, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2013, pp. 114-130.
Title of Book: 
Korean Horror Cinema
Author: 
Diffrient, David Scott