axe-murderer

axe-murderer

n
someone who commits murderer with an axe
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THE increasing amount of "gore" in horror films - scenes akin to Christian Bale playing violent axe-murderer Patrick Bateman in American Psycho, pictured - is to be examined by the body which decides movie ratings.
promotion of convicted Azerbaijani axe-murderer Ramil Safarov.
And pity the poor tutor who told him to stop looking like an axe-murderer. It's a line Craig would have revelled in!
WE always said in our family that if I'd brought an axe-murderer home and announced I was marrying him, my mum would have said: "Ah, bless him.
The movie's rather dark central premise is that the audience must figure out, from a range of plausible candidates, which of the movie's characters is an axe-murderer escaped from an asylum.
Instead, I can see a future in which women of child-bearing age will be as popular at interviews as an axe-murderer out on parole.
STUDENTS freaked out by a series of campus murders that mimic modern myths (the axe-murderer in the back seat of the car, etc.).
Despite his pain Tarrant raised a smile at his plush house yesterday as he said: "People who stopped at traffic lights and saw me bleeding must have thought I looked like some escaped axe-murderer."