The story flows smoothly and rhythmically as you encounter a variety of unexpected characters and twists. Mr. Winckler’s distinctive style of storytelling is unquestionably entertaining, idiosyncratically exceptional, and uniquely satisfying. I truly felt that there was a clear message, an essential one, underneath their young lover’s odyssey, which is, believing in faith and trusting in love. It’s brilliant and superbly relishable! I highly recommend this magnum opus over a cup of cappuccino or shot glass of tequila! – Amazon Review
DEMON HEAD OF TUCSON
When a young Native American woman is stalked by a horrific disembodied head out to kill her, a wandering cowboy helps escort her to the safety of a Christian reservation. On the way, they must battle and ultimately destroy the monstrous demon before everyone in the Arizona territory is wiped out by it!
An exciting, chilling, western-horror tale loosely based on the Native American legend of “The Rolling Head,” from author/screenwriter William Winckler (Ultraman X the Movie, Frankenstein vs the Creature from Blood Cove, Zombrex: Dead Rising Sun).
About the Author
WILLIAM WINCKLER was born in Van Nuys, California. During his prolific career, he has written, produced, and directed nearly fifty feature films, several TV series, pilots and English language Japanese movies and anime.
Select credits include; Tekkaman the Space Knight, Gaiking, Danguard Ace, Starzinger, The Double-D Avenger (reuniting the Russ Meyer film stars), the award-winning Frankenstein vs. the Creature From Blood Cove, Capcom’s Zombrex: Dead Rising Sun based on the famous zombie video game Dead Rising, Ultraman X the Movie (the 50th Anniversary film of the iconic Japanese Ultraman superhero character/brand), Ultraman Ginga S the Movie, and Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy (a Warner Bros. Japan release).
Winckler has also authored several works of fiction, including the western-horror novel Demon Head of Tucson and new books based on his cult movie classic The Double-D Avenger.
He currently resides on the east coast of the U.S., after spending most of his life in Southern California.