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研究生:陳維岳
研究生(外文):Wei-Yueh, Andrew Chen
論文名稱:論後九一一時期美國恐怖電影之邪惡議題
論文名稱(外文):On the Issue of Evil in the American Horror Films after 9/11
指導教授:陳儒修陳儒修引用關係廖金鳳廖金鳳引用關係
指導教授(外文):Ru-Shou, Robert ChenGene-Fon, Liao
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立臺灣藝術大學
系所名稱:應用媒體藝術研究所
學門:藝術學門
學類:應用藝術學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2010
畢業學年度:98
語文別:英文
論文頁數:70
中文關鍵詞:九一一恐怖電影邪惡《恐怖旅舍》《魔山》《活屍禁區》
外文關鍵詞:EvilThe Hills Have EyesHorror FilmHostelLand of the Dead9/11
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震驚全球的九一一事件,帶動布希政府大力提倡「正邪對立」的反恐論述,使得「邪惡」議題的討論在過去近十年來方興未艾。因此,本研究將針對充斥邪惡意象的恐怖電影進行討論,探討後九一一時期的恐怖電影如何在此特殊的政治與社會氛圍中,明示或暗喻「邪惡」的多重意義。

首先,本研究深入剖析九一一事件的意義,並針對閱讀恐怖電影之相關文獻進行回顧,爬梳閱讀恐怖電影所引用的政治面向與文化史的觀點。接著,本研究分別討論「邪惡的平庸性」與「路西法效應」等政治哲學與心理學的分析立場,說明並整合邪惡概念理論化的過程。研究對象則鎖定三部後九一一時期美國恐怖電影的文本:《恐怖旅舍》、《魔山》與《活屍禁區》進行細部分析。本研究發現邪惡是一種一體兩面的概念,且透過文本質疑美國政府反恐策略的合法性。最後,本研究亦提出藉由英雄式的和解行動,來重新思考邪惡議題的可能策略。

關鍵詞:九一一、恐怖電影、邪惡、《恐怖旅舍》、《魔山》、《活屍禁區》
Interest in the study of evil has revived in the past ten years, due mainly to the discourse of “good versus evil” advocated by Bush’s Administration in the aftermath of September 11, 2001. Horror film, which is the popular genre filled with images of evil, is worthy of discussing for understanding the issue of evil in social and political contexts.

First, this paper critically examines the meaning of 9/11, and reviews the literatures about the cultural significance of the horror film. Then the study illustrates how to theorize the concept of evil in different terms, such as “Banality of Evil” and “Lucifer Effect.” Next, the study discusses the results of detailed analysis of three specific films Hostel (2005), The Hills Have Eyes (2006), and Land of the Dead (2005). To conclude, this paper may be of importance in constructing evil as a reflexive concept, and suggests an introspective practice of rethinking evil by taking heroic and reconciliatory actions.


Keywords: Evil, The Hills Have Eyes, Horror Film, Hostel, Land of the Dead, 9/11
Chinese Abstract………………………………………………………ⅰ
English Abstract………………………………………………………ⅱ
Acknowledgements………………………………………………………ⅲ
Table of Contents…………………………………….………………ⅳ
List of Illustrations………………………………………………ⅴ
Introduction……………………………………………………………1
Chapter One Statement of Problem……………………………3
Chapter Two Literature Review…………………………………5
Chapter Three Research Methods and Framework……………19
Chapter Four Hostel: “Torture Porn” and Polity of Torture……22
Chapter Five The Hills Have Eyes: Facing Reflexiveness of Evil…32
Chapter Six Land of the Dead: Facing Evil with Reconciliation…43
Conclusion…………………………………………………………………53
Appendix I The Conclusive List of the American Horror Films after
9/11……………………………………………………56
Appendix II Critical Reception of Film Texts Analyzed in the
Thesis………………………………………………58
Filmography……………………………………………………………64
Bibliography……………………………………………………………66
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