The first episode of Howard and my new podcast is now available. https://m4deathtrip.podbean.com/feed.xml Howard's written a short introduction which you can find on the podcast's website here. Please do have a look and let us know what you think. You can also find BERGCAST on Facebook and Twitter.
Bram Stoker Award Finalist Howard Ingham and I discuss Gareth Evans' (The Raid) Netflix Original Apostle and look at messy plots, undisciplined editing and atrocious dialogue. Along the way we discuss the London Film Festival, Korean missionaries and that time I bumped into Donald Sumpter after a West Ham game. Enjoy. https://www.podbean.com/media/player/83k6e-aaac8b?from=site&vjs=1&skin=1&fonts=Helvetica&auto=0&download=1
You can listen to our latest podcast here and now on iTunes (gosh). But before Howard I delved in to Kim Newman's favourite horror film we took a little time to discuss my thoughts on seeing Unburied, Hermetic Arts' hour long folk horror performance piece, playing at Waterloo East Theatre as part of VAULT Festival. … Continue reading M4 Death Trip #5: Let’s Scare Jessica To Death (1971)
Another in the series of podcasts where Howard Ingham and I watch a film we’d not previously seen and then have a chat about it. This time it’s latter day Johnny Depp enabler Gore Verbinski’s box office bomb A Cure for Wellness (2017). You can stream the podcast here: A Cure for Wellness borrows liberally … Continue reading M4 Death Trip #3: A Cure for Wellness (2017)
Another in the series of podcasts where Howard Ingham and I discuss films we'd not previously seen. This time it's Gonzalo López-Gallego's first english language film, Apollo 18 (2011), a found footage account of the doomed, 'final' Apollo mission. There are spoilers both in the podcast and in the intro below. You can stream or … Continue reading M4 Death Trip #2: Apollo 18 (2011)
Howard Ingham and I often discuss films and TV. A couple of months ago I suggested (after a chat with my friend Mark Wickstead) that we start a podcast looking at films neither of had seen with a (in its broadest sense) folk horror feel. Here's out first offering, a look at David Keating's 2009 … Continue reading M4 Death Trip #1: Wake Wood (2009)