© Words Matteo Sedazzari
Loosely based on the works of writer Edgar Wallace (1st April 1875 – 10th February 1932) who covered many genres from crime to historical fiction, and began his career writing songs and poems at the close of the 19th century before establishing himself as a fiction writer. He even worked on the screen play for King Kong in 1932 before his unexpected death. If he had lived it looked like he would have broken into the US.
Christmas - a time for getting together with family and work colleagues – in other words, people you wouldn’t normally associate with. But take care, those rounds of Christmas parties are like dousing your knackers with Jack Daniels and setting fire to them – that warm fuzzy feeling soon gives way to excruciating pain.
Ferdy Fox here, connoisseur of the frighteningly fantastic and the morbidly macabre. Welcome to my World of Horror where I review the latest UK DVD and Video-On-Demand releases.
Every month the British public face an unrelenting deluge of new films from a variety of different viewing orifices. Included are hundreds of Horror and Fantastic Films – and to watch them all would be akin to masturbating on amphetamines - time-consuming, repetitive and likely to give you eye strain!