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Darrell Buxton

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Profile: Ever since I stared into the hypnotic eyes of Kaa the snake while viewing my first movie, 'The Jungle Book', aged 5, I've been hooked on cinema. Since then, I've been fortunate enough to have film become a substantial part of my life - publishing my own fanzine 'The Imagination Explosion' between 1986-1990; penning reviews/features for 'Samhain', 'Giallo Pages', 'From Beyond', ‘The Dark Side’, ‘Shivers’ and 'Fantasynopsis'; and even discovering new filmmaking talent, e.g. Andrew Parkinson ('I Zombie', 'Dead Creatures') - perhaps the most important horror film director to emerge from the U.K. since Terence Fisher.
Presently, I run the 'Pass The Marmalade' website, devoted to chronicling and cataloguing the British horror film; I'm also teaching film on an occasional part-time basis, concentrating on extreme and populist cult cinema; I'm also hoping to get one of my screenplays produced one day. And I'm still watching as many movies as possible...

Homepage: http://www.passthemarmalade.shorturl.com

25 Reviews Listed

24 Hour Party People - Feeling, feeling, feeling
Blind Beast - Ma, he's making eyes at me
Bringing Out The Dead - Ambulance, no chaser
Confessions of a Pop Performer - Noggos With Attitude
Crazy Family, The - A film from under the floorboards
Fall of the House of Usher, The - coffin Poe
Fall of the Louse of Usher, The - Home is where the art is
Fantom Kiler - The Sex And Warsaw Massacre
Frozen Dead, The - The cryo game
Great Texas Dynamite Chase, The - Sex, wrecks, and Semtex
It! - Stone me
Last Horror Movie, The - Just when you thought it was safe to go back into Blockbuster...
Long Good Friday, The - Shand handy
Magic Christian, The - We are all prostitutes
Mantis in Lace - Gore gore girl
Murder Elite - Un-stable boy
Nurse Betty - The hit-men and her
Rabid Dogs - Are we there yet?
Rise And Rise Of Michael Rimmer, The - Steven Hench Is Talking To You
Rolls Royce Baby - Baby you can drive my car
School of Rock - no more pencils, no more books
Special Bulletin - We interrupt this programme...
Tam Lin - Wee cow'ring timorous beastie
Where Has Poor Mickey Gone? - Disappearing, Inc.
Would You Kill A Child? - Terrormolinos

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