Tag Archives: Jean Rollin

Tilting Against The Mainstream With Mandy, Charlie & Mary-Jane

My new novel Mandy, Charlie & Mary-Jane (published on 26 February 2013) was in part inspired by certain reviewers suggesting some of my earlier novels might be English equivalents of American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis. The books that particularly … Continue reading

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The real Christopher Lee – tall, dark and an airhead!

Having recently read Phil Baker’s The Devil Is A Gentleman: The Life and Times of Dennis Wheatley, I was moved to revisit the Hammer film adaptations of Wheatley’s novels – The Devil Rides Out (Terence Fisher, 1968) and To The … Continue reading

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The sinful nuns of St Valentine meet the Marquis de Sade at the Borders closing down ‘sale’….

Watching capitalist corporations fail is a groove sensation, and it takes me right back to everything from the three day week to the ‘winter of discontent’ in the 1970s. All those who love power cuts will recall that the mid-1970s … Continue reading

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