This essay theorizes a constellation of “high-rise horror” films from contemporary Bollywood as a cinema of apprehension. I elaborate an emergent “techno-aesthetic of security” that plunges spectators into an immersive experience of horror, orienting them to the violence of acute dispossession (of lands and livelihoods) catalyzed by current speculative financial globalization.

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