Helen Cox is a UK author. She made her on-screen debut in The Krankies in 1990. Given the choice, her Mastermind topic would be Grease 2 and when someone asks her if she is a god she says 'yes.' Oh, you want to know about her books? Best click some of the links below.
I have, at last, caved into numerous requests via the social networks and ordered another print run on my book: True Love is Like the Loch Ness Monster (and Other Lessons I Learnt From Film).
UK readers can now pre-order a copy of the book in print by clicking here.
Print pre-orders will be shipped on Friday 29th January 2016.
International readers can still access the digital version on Kobo for just £0.99 here.
Think that films like Mannequin on the Move and Megashark Versus Giant Octopus are devoid of artistic value? Think again. True Love is like the Loch Ness Monster (and Other Lessons I Learnt From Film) is a collection of essays detailing important moral messages from the last century (and a bit) of cinema.
This volume includes freshly-edited versions of my most popular columns and several brand new pieces especially written for the second edition of this sell-out book. Learn why The Bride of Frankenstein is a feminist icon, how DVD destroyed the family unit and why being Katherine Heigl isn’t as easy as it looks.