I don't think this one's been done before. Old Sharkface may be best known for his iconic performance of Sweeney Todd, but many consider FACE AT THE WINDOW to be the better film. Personally, I've long favoured CRIMES AT THE DARK HOUSE as Slaughter's prime cut - almost a celebration of his dastardly dealings. I've seen some rate STEPHEN HAWKE as a favourite, Maria Marten was a perfect cinematic entrance for him, and GREED OF WILLIAM HART has even been cited as the finest Burke and Hare adaptation before now. So which is it for you?