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He succeeds in releasing the flayed remains of Julia Cooton (Higgins), Kirsty's
hammer-wielding stepmother, and together they travel to Hell to confront the
awesome powers of its omnipotent master, Leviathan. Higgins is as coldly
Alan Moore 'A fine, sooty, fog- shrouded vision of Bloody Jackie's innovative
Victorian slaughters.' Gahan Wilson on From Hell 'especially if it is the central
character, and examine what it is they are actually being shown and what they
might be ...
From Hell by Edi Campbell. 'One of the things that Alan Moore and I have in
common is a kind of social contexting. The distress that we feel about the status
quo, about the current English cultural condition, finds its way into the fiction.
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I thought this was an interesting look at horror through snippets of information about writers, artists, directors, actors, movies, television and more. Lots of trivia and reference material from people who make horror their business. Read full review
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