Mason And Boyes Talk Dirty In Podcast Episode Four!

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Yes, kids, everybody's favorite transplanted Brits are back with the fourth episode of their ScreenAnarchy Podcast. In this episode Broken and Devil's Chair writer-director duo Simon Boyes and Adam Mason deliver lots of naughty words! Samantha Fox! A brush with the law! The UK age of consent! Answers to listener questions and a discussion of Swarez' gender! Onwards!

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OliveMay 5, 2008 9:21 PM

Alright Simon, you can count me in for the "PAN'S LABYRINTH is way overrated" group. (BLADE 2 is awesone though)

So guys, how is it looking for having a chance of seeing BLOOD RIVER (and having a few beers) in Sitges? You going to Cannes?

SwarezMay 5, 2008 11:55 PM

SHE? I'm all man I'll let you know.
This is me by the way. Fucking manly man.

Great show again. Funny stuff.
I'll let you know that my brother bought the Samantha Fox album back in the day, most likely as stroke material because of the cover. It certainly wasn't good.

Do you have any amusing stories from some of the horror conventions or film festivals you've attended? Some crazy fans trying to impress you or something?

Todd BrownMay 6, 2008 4:49 AM

All man, Swarez? I'd say sixty percent at best ... heh ...

SwarezMay 6, 2008 8:42 AM

Humbug Todd. Pure Humbug.

A question for the boys. You mentioned that you'd want to re-adapt American Psycho. I just finished watching that film again and as before I think it's fucking brilliant.
What was it about the film that you felt lacking and how would you tackle it?

Roger PolMay 10, 2008 1:54 AM

Adam and Simon,

I really enjoy your podcasts which are both irreverant and funny! I would really like to know where you are headed, as your films to date have all been in horror genre. Are you planning to continue in this vein or are you hoping to branch out into other areas and if so what would they be?

Roger Pol , Oxbridge

scifindMay 13, 2008 5:01 PM

Hi Si / Adam
I know you have strong views on all manner of stuff. Just wondering what your views are on the new generation of Hammer Horror films.
Personally I love the originals and would love to see their spirit come back to film.