3: A slash film enthusiast has a far too close encounter with The
Teenage Psycho Chainsaw Iiimbosl With
John Woodvine as Dr Caligari, Sylvester McCoy as Snuff, Victoria Wicks as Anthrax and Stephen Tompkinson as the sleazy video shop owner.
Music: Alan Ellis
2: Comedian 's Moon
The second speciality act in Dr Caligari's sinister cabinet is Kevin - an angry young alternative comedian. After a brawl with an old-style comic, he finds himself changing with each full moon ... Music: Alan Ellis
by Alan Gilbey.
In a seedy backstreet. in a rotting theatre, the sinister Dr Caligari runs a cabaret with his demonic assistants, Snuff and Anthrax. Each week an unwilling "guest-act" tells their story.
1: A Word in Your Ear
Tonight it's the turn of Rick - a slimy late-night DJ. With John Woodvine , Sylvester McCoy , Victoria Wicks and Kerry Shale.
The Body Politic
This week, in the last morbid morality play from the good doctor's theatre of cruelty, a government minister discovers that there are many kinds of health "cut" ...
Written by Alan Gilbey Music Alan Ellis
presents another offbeat modem morality tale in The Conversion. Debbie's dad is an old docker obsessed by the changes in London's Docklands.
When he plans revenge by degentrifying a house in Knightsbridge, Debbie sees a chance to make money.
Written by Alan Gilbey
Original music by Alan Ellis
In a rotting theatre, in a seedy backstreet, the sinister
Dr Caligari runs a cabaret with his demonic assistants, Snuff and Anthrax. Each week an unwilling guest-act tells their story. Tonight it's the turn of Rick - a slimy late-night DJ- in: A Word in Your Ear.
Written by Alan Gilbey.
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