THE MAGIC TOYSHOP

THE MAGIC TOYSHOP evinces all the qualities that defines Angela Carter’s fiction, namely a fair amount—though not nearly enough in this case—of perverse invention

BORN OF FIRE

A British made exercise in Eastern-flavored weirdness that’s not a bad movie, but it could definitely have used a more adventurous treatment.

Freak Museum

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Night Trippers

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Night of the Crabs

I can’t imagine how anyone could not get a kick out of this novel’s premise of giant flesh-eating crabs rampaging through a British seaside community.

Miss Homicide Plays the Flute

Content-wise it’s sold as “A relentless symphony of pleasantries and things unpleasant sketched with the inimitable style of a master’s hand.” I couldn’t have put it better myself!

Ice

This bizarre novel is widely acclaimed as the masterpiece of England’s Anna Kavan (1905-1968).

How to Make Friends With Demons

HOW TO MAKE FRIENDS WITH DEMONS is one of Joyce’s most unique efforts, yet still contains many of the virtues of his more traditional novels, namely several well-rounded characters and a page-turning narrative.