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Neil Fulwood

Neil Fulwood Born in 1972, still alive, married, no kids, Neil has published three books of film criticism: ‘The Films of Sam Peckinpah’, ‘100 Violent Films that Changed Cinema’ and its companion volume ‘100 Sex Scenes that Changed Cinema’ – although he denies authorship of the latter if his mother’s around! He has been publishing poetry in the small press since the mid-90s, and was shortlisted for an Eric Gregory Award for poetry in 2000. He’s an active member of the Alan Sillitoe Committee, an organisation dedicated to raising funds for a permanent memorial to Alan in his hometown of Nottingham (Neil lives there too) – the website is

Sympathy for the Demon by Neil Fulwood

The stage is set for the final act. The girl is strapped to her bed. Her parents are on tenterhooks. Attempts at a scientific...

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