If the name Sean Cockwell seems familiar, that's probably because you've read a few of his great movie reviews on these very pages. Sean has been a faithful eatmybrains contributor for a couple of years now, but all that time, he's been working hard on writing and publishing his first book, Scenes from Behind the Sofa.
Scenes from Behind the Sofa takes the reader through an amusing and informative look at one movie-fanís horror movie favourites. From Night of the Demon to Wolf Creek the author recounts affectionate first viewing experiences to encounters with genre directors such as Halloweenís John Carpenter.
Scenes from Behind the Sofa will appeal to fans old and new! Detailing the fifty titles that the author considers to BE the best frighteners of all time, the book will entertain and encourage readers to revisit old favourites and inform of titles they have may previously overlooked.
Help support Sean's worthy cause by buying his book here
9th Nov 04 Overall, the film has an uneasy and very sinister feel about it. Hittites donít need to do anything to look scary, especially Isiah, which sees Borgnine in a role similar to the Beelzebub-worshipping...