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Devil Take Your Stereo
“...wonderfully bizarre and eccentric with an over-the-top score that early Hammer movies would be proud of.
Keetch’s script sparkles with plenty of naughty humour and is riddled with subtle nods to the outrageous radio adventures from the of 1940s and 1950s...”
James Whittington, www.horrorchannel.co.uk
The Devil Take Your Stereo is funny. Balls to the wall, bust a gut, funny.
Anthony Keetch has managed to create an excellent character in the form of Sir Desmond Stirling…
and it’s a testament to Anthony Keetch’s writing ability to make an audience sympathise for this type of character.
Neil Buchanan, Starburst Magazine