Dejan Ognjanović: Prokletije and Poetics of Horror

23. 07. 2021, 18:00, Open Air Cinema Main Square Ljutomer

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Prokletije (literally, The Damned Mountains) is the name of the actual mountain range betwen Serbia, Montenegro and Albania. High peaks, deep dark valleys and unexplored caves may hide nasty surprises even for a team of Serbian war veterans who are sent there in the spring of 1998 to sneak upon a secluded village where apparent Kosovo-Albanian terrorists have their lair. But terror has many faces…

Along with his new horror novel Prokletije, Dejan Ognjanović will also present the latest titles in the long (23 books so far) series of horror classics old and new, edited by him.

H.P. Lovecraft: The Nameless City; Henry James: The Turn of the Screw and other Ghost Stories; Poppy Z. Brite: Wormwood; Bram Stoker: Dracula's Guest; Jean Ray: Malpertuis; Stefan Grabinski: Dark Domains; and Algernon Blackwood: The Man Whom the Trees Loved.

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