Word of Nagano got to Frank Zappa, who in 1983 enlisted him to conduct his fiendishly tricky classical works with the London Symphony Orchestra.
The collected fiendishness of Frankenstein, Dracula, Freddy, Chucky, the Mummy, Norman Bates's mommy, and Rosemary's baby cannot hold a candle to the terror wrought by an insecure actor, a monomaniacal director, or a stalking camera.
If there is ever a personification of stone-faced fiendishness , it's Lance.
This is a fiendishly clever plot, and Burkett is indeed the patsy.
But spam filters have become an unexpected and pitiless foe - complicating the battle by their fiendishness .
According to one newspaper, ‘the fiendishness and brutality of his acts were such that the postal laws will not permit us to print them.’
At least, it would be if the fiendishly clever designers of the particular variant we had did not have access to the same anti-virus web sites we did.
He wants to show us that the entire world is made up of hidden facets of fiendishness , be it in the rather routine gore of a food factory or, with Eyes, the secret experiments of a deranged doctor.
It came out very well, though it was fiendishly difficult - the house dates to the 1630s and has very idiosyncratic windows arranged with total lack of symmetry.
Here's a fiendishly clever game that will keep you engaged until Halloween, or Christmas, depending on how unbusy you are.