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Clive Barker’s Halloween Horror Nights and brand authorship
Gareth James

of designing the rides, Barker explained how they gave him greater license to explore the aesthetics of horror cinema and the broader themes of his literary, painting, and theatre work, which he had arguably been unable to express when directing feature films. Barker was keen to emphasise the potential of the mazes for immersive entertainment, representing a different form of

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David Annwn Jones

Phantasmagoria lantern show was an immersive entertainment, his powerful new lanterns and uniquely sensitive screen suitable for back projection – marvels of contemporaneous science – were sited within the ruins of the Capucine Convent in Paris, 1799. The impact of the whole ruinous structure of a vast deserted ecclesiastical building was part of the collective visual experience for the audience. One of the

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