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Hell Is For Hyphenates – May 2017

It’s the 7th anniversary of Hell Is For Hyphenates, and to mark the occasion we are joined by a guest who was, just last month, the subject of our filmmaker of the month segment: horror filmmaker Neil Marshall! We kick off this episode with reviews of some of this month’s films, including Jordan Peele’s horror comedy Get Out, Ridley Scott’s sequel-to-a-prequel Alien: Covenant, the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean film Dead Men Tell No Tales, and the British comedy film Mindhorn. Then Neil talks about what it’s like as a filmmaker to listen and read criticism of his films, and what influences that has on his work. Finally, Neil takes us through the films and career of one of his biggest inspirations, a director of comedy, horror, fantasy, and much more besides, Joe Dante!

Hell Is For Hyphenates – August 2013

Sydney Morning Herald film critic Giles Hardie joins us to talk the films of August 2013, and look over the career of perhaps the best-known filmmaker of all time, Steven Spielberg.

Hell Is For Hyphenates – August 2010

The Bazura Project’s Shannon Marinko joins the Hyphenates to argue over the films of August 2010, debate whether discussing a film’s box office takings is worthwhile or not, and look back at the career of possibly the most underrated director of the 70s and 80s.