Resources

Links

Just to get you started, here’s Wikipedia’s entry on the Monster: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster

Den of Geek, what would we do without you? Here’s their list of 10 Forgotten Giant Monster Movies:

http://www.denofgeek.us/movies/kaiju/148972/10-forgotten-giant-monster-movies

And just so fiction isn’t left out, here are 31 Fairly Obscure Literary Monsters courtesy of Electric Literature:

http://electricliterature.com/31-fairly-obscure-literary-monsters/

From io9.com, here are 15 Obscure Historical Monsters Who Would Improve Halloween Immensely:

http://io9.com/5954160/15-obscure-historical-monsters-who-would-improve-halloween-immensely

This is my friend Hannah’s blog. She’s a brilliant Medievalist and experienced blogger. Her webite focuses mainly on werewolves (hence the name): but it’s a great read:

http://shewolf-manchester.blogspot.co.uk/

Folklore Thursday. Although not dedicated exclusively to monsters, it’s still one of the most fabulous websites out there:

http://folklorethursday.com/#sthash.d66jvtoN.dpbs

 

Suggestions for Further Reading

Monster Theory: Reading Culture, edited by Jeffrey Jerome Cohen. If you’re a student studying film or literature, you can’t do better than this. Check it out:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Monster-Theory-Jeffrey-Jerome-Cohen/dp/0816628556

 

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