But in many the horror derives from, or is tied to, the foreboding landscape from which the author creates an unsettling atmosphere.
Authors include those well remembered today - such as Marcus Clarke, Henry Lawson and Katherine Susannah Prichard - and those whose names have faded from general view.
The landscape and its creatures become threatening, the people weird and spooky.
That is take one on the city view of country life as told by our urban filmmakers.
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They are funding the project themselves through tiling work, and the castle is expected to take another five years to complete.
So it’s no wonder, then, that Johnson would turn to the Italian designer for the 2017 Met Gala, one of the most-watched events of the year.''The failure of vehicles openly facilitates terror,'' they say in their article for Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies.''Happy-go-lucky urban folk 'go bush,' lose contact with the outside world, and discover, to their horror, that they are inept at civilising nature.'' Dr Scott, an associate professor of sociology and criminology at the University of New England, struck on the strange, split images we have of rural life when he considered the 2005 low-budget horror movie Wolf Creek - in which, way outback, three young backpackers' watches stop and their car breaks down.Some, such as William Astley's compelling , are overt attacks on aspects of colonial life.Compiled by Melbourne University academics Ken Gelder and Rachael Weaver, the anthology works well on several levels: as a solid collection of historical artefacts; as testimony to the way the Australian landscape was narrated in a particular period; and as good entertainment.