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Albert Fish is dedicated to the great master of voice Tony Jay, who passed away on August 13, 2006.
“Borowski offers plenty of material in his second docudrama to generate many conversations, raising his work above B-movie gore into the realm of philosophical discourse.” - CRIME LIBRARY
“Highly recommended. A film that packs a punch without feeling
like exploitation or like it's going for cheap thrills. A fascinating
watch.” - DVD
“Borowski proves once again that he is second to none when researching and producing films about real-life serial killers.” - Amanda Howard, Author
“One of the most disturbing films that I’ve seen”- Kitley's Krypt
“RIVETING AND UNSETTLING” - VIDEOSCOPE MAGAZINE
“Borowski's doumentaries are a refreshing change that would certainly be welcome more than every three years” - RUE MORGUE MAGAZINE
Sparzanza's Mr Fish Music Video Directed and Edited by John Borowski
ALBERT FISH tells the horrific true story of a sadomasochistic cannibal and serial killer, who lured children to their deaths in Depression-era New York City. Elderly but still deadly, Fish distorted biblical tales by taking the stories of pain, punishment, atonement, and suffering literally as he preyed on victims to torture and sacrifice.
From John Borowski, award-winning director of H.H. Holmes: America’s First Serial Killer, comes the first docudrama and definitive chronicle of the life and times of cannibal Albert Fish. Adding insight to the account are interviews with artist and Odditorium owner Joe Coleman and renowned true-crime author Katherine Ramsland, Ph.D.
Official Albert Fish Film Site written, produced,
and designed by John Borowski.
All contents copyright 2006 Waterfront Productions.