Strong Language & Violent Scenes Podcast
Minisode 71: It Won’t Happen Again…

Minisode 71: It Won’t Happen Again…

September 22, 2019

Can we all wish Mitch a Happy Birthday, please? (It was Friday) Andy will wait...

Thanks for that, now onto Minisode 71!

Topics include French Netflix Original series Marianne while Mitch revisits several of the Wingard/Barrett films, including A Horrible Way To Die, You're Next and, of course, The Guest. In addition to this, Mitch continues to chip away, interminably, at the ShockWaves 100!

ALSO, we have another installment of MITCH'S PITCHES

Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below...

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In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and tell you what you should be watching as we look at what's arriving on streaming platforms this week!

Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents. 

Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets: 

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Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com

OR check out our WEBSITE

Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme and The Sunshine Kid by Mitch Bain

Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart

 

Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds. 

There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 

71: In Defence of… Nothing But Trouble (w/ Brett & Drew Pierce)

71: In Defence of… Nothing But Trouble (w/ Brett & Drew Pierce)

September 20, 2019

Welcome one and all to this, EPISODE 71

This week, Andy and Mitch are delighted to be joined by the writing/directing due behind zombie comedy Deadheads and Frightfest 2019 selection The Wretched. It's sibling horror filmmakers... Drew & Brett Pierce!

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Their chosen film? Nothing But Trouble!

Written, Directed, produced by and starring Dan Aykroyd in multiple roles, 1991's Nothing But Trouble (aka Valkenvania) marks Aykroyd's directorial debut and, sadly due to the reception of this effort, his last to date. Starring Chevy Chase, Demi Moore and the late, great John Candy, NBT is an anomaly. A singular vision that shouldn't exist, yet does. 

Is the world better for it? Let us know!

The Synopsis is as follows:

While attempting to seduce gorgeous lawyer Diane Lightson, wealthy gadabout Chris Thorne agrees to drive her to Atlantic City, N.J. But, when some reckless driving draws the attention of a deeply critical cop, they and the flamboyant "Brazillionaires" who tagged along end up in the court of a grotesque and vengeful judge, who has a special vendetta against the wealthy and erudite.

Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and some EXTREMELY Scottish accents. 

Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets: 

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Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com.

Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain

Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart

Mister Bonestripper by Damn Yankees used with love. 

Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com!

There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 

Minisode 70: Glen or Cthulhu?

Minisode 70: Glen or Cthulhu?

September 15, 2019

It's Monday and as you no doubt expected, there's another Minisode in the house! 

Topics include Danishka Esterhazy's The Banana Splits Movie, Netflix Original HellFest and, crucially, Andy talks Fred Durst's misguided John Travolta vehicle The Fanatic! In addition to this, Mitch continues to chip away, interminably, at the ShockWaves 100 (he finally watches something that's beendiscussed for a long time) and we read out your feedback!

ALSO, we have another installment of MITCH'S PITCHES

Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below...

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In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and tell you what you should be watching as we look at what's arriving on streaming platforms this week!

Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents. 

Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets: 

Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com

OR check out our WEBSITE

Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme and The Sunshine Kid by Mitch Bain

Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart

 

Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds. 

There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 

70: In Defence of… Resident Evil (w/ Michael Park)

70: In Defence of… Resident Evil (w/ Michael Park)

September 12, 2019

Hello pals and welcome to EPISODE 70! It's a sad day, folks. This week's film has broken Mitch and as such, The Sunshine Kid's light is dimmed as he slips into actual fury. 

So, to head off accusations of nepotism, it's important to say that this week's guest has a connection to the show. He is the host of the excellent Scotland: A Scottish History Podcast, a podcast that Mitch scores and that Andy has provided voice work to several times. He is also the live AV guy for our live shows. 

It's the soft, silky voice wrapped in meat that is... Michael Park!

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His chosen film? Resident Evil!

Directed by Mortal Kombat and Event Horizon director Paul W.S. Anderson and based on the bestselling Capcom game series, Resident Evil blasted onto our screens in 2002 with an industrial score by Marilyn Manson and Marco Beltrami, a nu-metal soundtrack featuring Slipknot and Coal Chamber and featuring very little of the games, this film wasn't the film anyone prayed it would be and the start of a 6-part franchise that no-one asked for. 

Good luck, Michael. 

The Synopsis is as follows:

Based on the popular video game, Milla Jovovich and Michelle Rodriguez star as the leaders of a commando team who must break into "the hive," a vast underground genetics laboratory operated by the powerful Umbrella Corporation.

There, a deadly virus has been unleashed, killing the lab's personnel and resurrecting them as the evil Un-dead. The team has just three hours to shut down the lab's supercomputer and close the facility before the virus threatens to overrun the Earth.

Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and some EXTREMELY Scottish accents. 

Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets: 

Facebook

Twitter

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Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com.

Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain

Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart

Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com!

There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 

Minisode 69: If You Don’t Have A Dale, Prepare To Fail

Minisode 69: If You Don’t Have A Dale, Prepare To Fail

September 8, 2019

Hello, friends, and welcome! it's another Skyper. Regular service will resume shortly BUT for now, the show goes on! 

This week, topics include a little more on Stranger Things 3 and a whole BUNCH on IT: Chapter 2! In addition to this, Mitch continues to chip away, interminably, at the ShockWaves 100 and we read out your feedback!

ALSO, we have another installment of MITCH'S PITCHES

Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below...

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In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and tell you what you should be watching as we look at what's arriving on streaming platforms this week!

Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents. 

Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets: 

Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com.

Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme and The Sunshine Kid by Mitch Bain

Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart

Streaming platform jingle by Tony Constantinou

Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds. 

There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 

69: In Defence of… The Ghost and The Darkness (w/ Graham Hughes)

69: In Defence of… The Ghost and The Darkness (w/ Graham Hughes)

September 6, 2019

Firstly, I just want to say a huge apology for this week's episode. A premises adjacent to SVPC HQ decided to do some hammering mid recording. I hope it doesn't mar your listening experience too greatly.

Anyway, onto EPISODE 69!

The guest this week is coming fresh from the World Premiere of his latest feature film Death of A Vlogger at Frightfest...

It's the truly delightful, Graham Hughes!

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His chosen film? The Ghost and The Darkness!

Directed by Stephen Hopkins, the man behind Predator 2 and A Nightmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child, TGATD marks a weather change in Hopkins' output, moving from straight horror, to old-timey adventure epic. The film stars Val Kilmer (rocking a terrible Irish accent), producer and actor Michael Douglas, Tom Wilkinson and Emily Mortimer and sees our heroes set against a duo of man-eating lions in Kenya. 

The Synopsis is as follows:

Sir Robert Beaumont is behind schedule on a railroad in Africa.

Enlisting noted engineer John Henry Patterson to right the ship, Beaumont expects results. Everything seems great until the crew discovers the mutilated corpse of the project's foreman, seemingly killed by a lion.

After several more attacks, Patterson calls in famed hunter Charles Remington, who has finally met his match in the bloodthirsty lions.

Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and some EXTREMELY Scottish accents. 

Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets: 

Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com.

Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain

Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart

Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com!

There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 

Minisode 68: The Comfortable Bosom of My Puppet Pals

Minisode 68: The Comfortable Bosom of My Puppet Pals

September 1, 2019

Hello, friends, and welcome to Minisode 68! Due to WatchFires related business, it's another Skyper. Regular service will resume shortly BUT for now, the show goes on! 

This week, topics include The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance and Frightfest movies The Perished and A Good Woman Is Hard To Find.

In addition to this, we still chip away, interminably, at the ShockWaves 100 and read out your feedback!

ALSO, we have another installment of MITCH'S PITCHES

Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below...

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In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and tell you what you should be watching as we look at what's arriving on streaming platforms this week!

Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents. 

Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets: 

Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com.

Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme and The Sunshine Kid by Mitch Bain

Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart

Streaming platform jingle by Tony Constantinou

Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds. 

There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 

68: In Defence of… Hellbent (w/ Nicholas Vince)

68: In Defence of… Hellbent (w/ Nicholas Vince)

August 29, 2019

 It's the first episode after Frightfest and, yes, Mitch and Andy are both back in the room for this, EPISODE 68!

The guest this week is...well...he's horror royalty and one of the loveliest people in the genre. He's perhaps best known for his appearances in Clive Barker's Hellraiser, Hellbound: Hellraiser II and Nightbreed. He also crops up in Stewart Sparke's Book of Monsters, Lawrie Brewster's anthology For We Are Many and Andy's short film, Remnant

As if that's not enough, he is also gearing up for his first one-man show, I Am Monsters...

It's the Chatterer Cenobite himself, our good pal, Nicholas Vince!

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His chosen film? Hellbent!

Tagged as the first gay slasher film, Hellbent is a largely forgotten curiosity from 2004. Which is a bit of a shame to be honest. Not without it's problems but there's still a lot to like. It's not the easiest film to get your mitts on but seek it out.   

The Synopsis is as follows:

A group of gay friends is celebrating Halloween in West Hollywood, a neighborhood that's being prowled by a killer wearing a devil's mask.

One of them, Eddie, who works for the police, brings the others through some woods to check out a recent murder scene. They ignore the mask-wearing killer, who follows the group to a club, where he starts decapitating them one at a time -- until the only ones left are Eddie and Jake, a potential love interest.

Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and some EXTREMELY Scottish accents. 

Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets: 

Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com.

Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain

Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart

Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com!

There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 

Minisode 67: Unexpected Apprentice Dentist

Minisode 67: Unexpected Apprentice Dentist

August 25, 2019

Mitch is in London, Andy's in Glasgow, yet both are watching Frightfest films...

Topics include a little look at some Frightfest films (longer reviews to follow) including Ant Timpson's Come To Daddy, Alexandre Aja's Crawl, Andre Ovredal's Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark and Graham Hughes' excellent Death of A Vlogger! Andy also talks Cruising and The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot!

We have barely scratched the surface as it relates to Frightfest. Stay Tuned! 

In addition to this, we still chip away, interminably, at the ShockWaves 100 and read out your feedback!

ALSO, we have another installment of MITCH'S PITCHES

Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below...

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In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and tell you what you should be watching as we look at what's arriving on streaming platforms this week!

Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents. 

Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets: 

Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com.

Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme and The Sunshine Kid by Mitch Bain

Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart

Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds. 

There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 

67: A Look At… Anacondas: The Hunt For The Blood Orchid (w/ Jill Sixx)

67: A Look At… Anacondas: The Hunt For The Blood Orchid (w/ Jill Sixx)

August 22, 2019

Greetings from Frightfest! Well, Mitch is there. Andy is home editing. Our guest is ALSO there. 

And she is a returning guest. You may remember her from Episode 39 of this show where she joined us to take a look at Anaconda and now, she's back to take a look at the first of the sequelsssss. 

She is the director of the short films Call Girl, The Stylist, 42 Counts and the Frightfest 2019 short selection One Last Meal... It's Jill Gevargizian!

(PS... Jill is currently running a Kickstarter campaign to fund the feature length version of The Stylist. You could worse than throwing some coin at this one)

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The film? Anacondas: The Hunt For The Blood Orchid!

How will this stack up against the first? Find out within! 

The Synopsis is as follows:

Bill Johnson leads a group of scientists into the jungles of Borneo. They are searching for the mythical black orchid, which can supposedly grant eternal life. Unfortunately, massive anacondas have been feeding on the orchids for years. When their boat goes over a waterfall, the scientists land right in the middle of the snakes' home.

Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and some EXTREMELY Scottish accents. 

Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets: 

Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com.

Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain

Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart

Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com!

There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps.