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Hell Is For Hyphenates – August 2015

Film critic and author Alexandra Heller-Nicholas joins the show to look at three new films: IRRATIONAL MAN, THE FORBIDDEN ROOM and A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE. We then return to our semi-regular mini-Hyphenate segment to look at the fascinating career of Herk Harvey, director of the cult horror classic CARNIVAL OF SOULS. Then, Alex takes us through the cinema of the legendary Italian giallo filmmaker, Dario Argento.

Hell Is For Hyphenates – March 2013

Actress Cate Wolfe (ABC1’s The Dr Blake Mysteries) joins the Hyphenates to compare notes on the new releases of March 2013, ask what the “Veronica Mars” Kickstarter campaign means for the future of crowdfunding, and check out the filmography of the legendary and mysterious Swedish auteur Roy Andersson.