BY ANDREW MOODY Iconic Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh, who once referred to himself as so famous and wealthy he was essentially “upper class”, called the anti-Semite psychopath (and potential UK Labour prime minister) Jeremy Corbyn “as the best of a bad bunch” in August 2017, shortly after the hung parliament. One of the most influential writers of the past twenty years, Welsh began life as the … Continue reading Welsh

American Psycho

BY ANDREW MOODY Within about thirty seconds on a Google search, I discovered at least seven copycat killers inspired by Bret Easton Ellis’ notorious 1991 novel American Psycho. (I won’t name these monsters, all it takes is a Google search anyway to find their grisly “achievements”.) In an interview with Kevin Jackson, Taxi Driver screenwriter Paul Schrader addressed the topic of copycat crime inspired by … Continue reading American Psycho