Paper details Overview: The Golem Project is central to the course: it demonstrates your analytical skills and provides you with the important experience of “doing” and “producing” horror as well as “analyzing” and “consuming” it. Total Essay Length: Minimum of 10 full pages Sources to Use: Elizabeth S. Baer. The Golem Redux: From Prague to Post-Holocaust Fiction; Mary W. Shelley. Frankenstein, Or the Modern Prometheus Scenario: Blumhouse Productions, probably the most active and innovative organization in horror production over the past decade, is interviewing and vetting you for the position of executive producer and creative consultant for its projected film: The Golem. As a preliminary to the interview, you are to submit an essay (detailed below) demonstrating your knowledge of the subject and describing how you would envision the Golem. Like much of Blumhouse products, the Golem is to frighten but also to address through horror an important current social issue. The essay is to be organized around the following three parts described below. Part I: Golem Overview: Describe and explain the origins and development of the Golem legend and the different ways it has been depicted and used over time (based on Elizabeth Baer’s The Golem Redux).