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episode 22: Indie Horror Movies - With Dani Thompson [transcript]



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 2021-06-06  43m
 
 
00:00  intro
You're listening to a mid
00:00
life less ordinary, the weekly
00:05
podcast giving you the lowdown
00:05
on becoming a cool older dude.
00:11
The good times are not a faded
00:11
memory, it's time to start
00:15
living them again. And here are
00:15
your hosts Wayne and Travis
00:26  Wayne
Welcome to this mid life
00:26
less ordinary. And I have the
00:31
south end where beast of
00:31
podcasting waiting to come in
00:37  Trev
here because I've got a
00:37
furry face is I'm sorry to
00:40  Wayne
be so sad stereotype face
00:40
but there is a reason for it.
00:44
There is a reason for it. There
00:44
is a reason I'm trying to keep
00:46
it in your way you're the web
00:46
based Trev and unwind. This is a
00:51
midlife less ordinary as always.
00:51
And this episode is entitled
00:55
indie horror movies with Danny
00:55
Thompson. Now Danny Thompson,
00:59
funnily enough in auto man,
01:01  Trev
is that people would think
01:01
it was daddy Thompson. Yeah,
01:05
it's a fella. It's always not a
01:05
fellow fella.
01:08  Wayne
It's not a guy you can
01:08
check that for yourselves. But
01:10
yeah, Danny Thompson is the UK
01:10
is premieres screen princess you
01:15
try and say that after a glass
01:15
of Stella and she really is
01:20
using a prolific number of indie
01:20
horror films Trove and yes,
01:25
obviously we look at horror
01:25
movies Don't we?
01:27  Trev
Can you not just not to
01:27
know is she
01:29  Wayne
no she isn't she's she's
01:29
a model presenter, writer
01:34
blogger this this this lady is
01:34
basically just he's like toilet
01:38
paper is just go on and on and
01:38
on. I'm going to mention it to
01:41
her I'm gonna I'm gonna mention
01:41
it because it is really prolific
01:44
but she if you look on you know
01:44
various places online she would
01:48
be classed as UK is premier
01:48
scream princess she's a regular
01:52
the horror on see which is
01:52
actually in isn't it? Which is a
01:57
showcase for independent horror.
01:57
Have you been to that trivia? A
02:00
few times?
02:00  Trev
Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah.
02:00
Yeah, I've been around as the
02:03
web based but not I know,
02:03
visiting up clothes and ripped
02:07
up jeans and not held in round
02:07
corners. And khaki my Lego
02:11
laughed. I've been at the bar
02:11
that does happen. It does. He
02:14
does. He started scratching
02:14
around looking for a lie a
02:18
little kind of been a letter to
02:18
you know,
02:22  Wayne
this is true. But let's
02:22
let's make a big deal about this
02:24
because you spoke we listened.
02:24
We've had we've been accused of
02:28
being a bit blokey. Sometimes I
02:28
can't imagine it. But
02:30  Trev
we haven't when I tell you
02:30
what, I don't I think we're
02:33
sensitive. Yeah. You know, you
02:33
wouldn't associate with
02:37
brokenness I think we're Oh
02:37
yeah, I think we're very very
02:41
good really long. I think
02:41
there's a
02:42  Wayne
and we don't want to
02:44  Trev
know landmark both for the
02:44
sexes Yeah.
02:48  Wayne
intersect is it really is
02:48
because it's a crossover the
02:50
subject I guess you know, would
02:50
would appeal to very manly
02:53
subject horror movies
02:53
independent or a movies no
02:56
ladies not horror. They don't
02:56
they not being scared to get
02:59
your wives involved. Get your
02:59
husband's involved in this one.
03:01  Trev
Yeah, exactly. Yeah,
03:01
everyone likes being scared.
03:03
Yes. Yes. I'm scared when I
03:03
think you do. Yeah, you're
03:07
scared now.
03:08  Wayne
I'm just scared of
03:08
interviewing Danny Thompson it's
03:13
take me all day to get the
03:13
bottle I should be she I
03:15  Trev
think she'd be a lovely
03:15
lady. I really do.
03:17  Wayne
So thanks for joining us
03:17
today Danny your CV I could I
03:20
could spend all night going on
03:20
for your CV your your model
03:23
actress presenter blogger The
03:23
list goes on and on and on. You
03:27
have a prolific number of acting
03:27
credits to your name I think
03:30
there's over 50 mainly in the
03:30
role as a screen princess which
03:33
I believe is your the UK is
03:33
premier screen princess now
03:36
would you would you say that's
03:36
probably true Danny
03:39  Dani
Oh, I have done a lot of
03:39
horror. And I feel like I've
03:43
kind of I found my niche in
03:43
horror and I'm really happy
03:46
sticking with the horror so
03:46
there Yeah, I mean, I think I
03:50
labelled it it's because people
03:50
were calling me screenwriting I
03:52
was like I don't think I've done
03:52
enough to have that label. I
03:55
don't think you know I think I'm
03:55
not worthy of it. I don't think
03:57
I deserve it. So I was like
03:57
maybe a princess I mean yeah,
04:00
now I know I have done a lot
04:00
more. But still I don't think as
04:04
many as it looks like on IMDB
04:04
because sometimes things pop up
04:08
and you're supposed to do
04:08
something and then they don't
04:09
happen and you know no one takes
04:09
it down. So I mean don't
04:13
necessarily go by IMDb
04:16
and the thing until things are
04:16
released I just don't really say
04:21
filming I talked about that but
04:21
yeah a lot of things kind of get
04:24
put out
04:24  Wayne
there and with the fact
04:24
that the people want to hire you
04:27
to be as the screen princess if
04:27
you like shows that obviously
04:31
people believe you feel
04:31
fulfilled that role as Maggie
04:35  Trev
I think it's great that
04:35
Danny would do this kind of
04:38
thing to be a screen princess
04:38
because there's not been one
04:42
sort of English I was going to
04:42
say you've got to go back I
04:46
suppose to a lot a lot of the
04:46
old 70s stuff Haven't you really
04:49
hammer I suppose. I suppose the
04:49
last one would have been
04:53
probably scream like Drew
04:53
Barrymore.
04:55  Wayne
Yes No pressure. Yeah,
04:55
but yeah, I mean if screen Oh
04:59
yeah, exactly.
05:00  Dani
I mean, I think there are
05:00
that you're right. There's a lot
05:03
in the States. I mean, I know it
05:03
was not an American, Australian,
05:06
the girl who was in Reggio or
05:06
not and the babysitter, she's
05:10
Tamara weaving. She's kind of
05:10
carving out a Mr. Robert has
05:13
kind of caught up with that.
05:13
Yeah, they're all stateside.
05:17
They're all they're all working
05:17
out in the States. Yeah, you
05:20
don't have that much of it here.
05:21  Wayne
But you fit I think that
05:21
fulfils you to be the queen. The
05:23
next queen. Yeah. Danny. Danny,
05:23
do
05:25  Trev
you think the reason being
05:25
is because there's a lot more
05:28
sort of horror being produced in
05:28
America and not in England?
05:33  Dani
There's a lot more
05:33
everything being produced. I
05:34
mean, if you think of the size
05:34
of the country compared to us, I
05:37
mean, I mean, there's a big film
05:37
industry here. Don't get me
05:40
wrong, but obviously, we're, you
05:40
know, there's only so many
05:42
people who can do things out
05:42
there. You know, the UK could
05:45
fit in to Texas, like four
05:45
times. So yeah. You know, he
05:49
just, you know, it's just much
05:49
more of everything. I think
05:53
there's a big horror industry
05:53
here, but it's very indeed, you
05:56
know, it's a lot of there's no,
05:56
not many real high budget horror
05:59
thing made here. You know, that
05:59
there's a few.
06:03  Trev
I can't really think of
06:03
any kind of directors like
06:10
Marshall. I can't think there's
06:10
obviously gonna be like West
06:12
Craven, you've all gone carping.
06:12
You've got George Vermeer. I
06:15
can't really think of any
06:15
English. That does you think of
06:19
their horror director?
06:22  Dani
Yeah, I mean, there's a
06:22
few but then whether it's
06:25
because I know them so I think
06:25
Yeah, no, I mean,
06:29  Trev
inside See, that's what it
06:29
is. You're in the inside. We
06:34
must we've asked oil we just on
06:34
the outside.
06:38  Wayne
But that but that's a
06:38
role, you could fulfil Danny
06:40
because you've fulfilled the
06:40
role of a writer, producer and
06:43
star in in now in your movie,
06:43
Bad Moon Rising, which is on
06:47
amazon prime, I believe.
06:48  Dani
Yes. It's just been
06:48
released actually earlier than
06:51
earlier than I thought it was
06:51
supposed to be released. was
06:55
supposed to originally be
06:55
released this year to coincide
06:58
with haoran seat because I've
06:58
been promising them they
07:00
premiere it for only six years
07:00
we've been stuck in at it. I'm
07:03
like I'm promised the next year,
07:03
I promise the next year and we
07:06
got stuck there for a while. And
07:06
obviously the lockdown is
07:08
nothing new pocalypse that we've
07:08
just had the guy who's edited
07:13
for me, john sellings. He's
07:13
amazing, amazing VFX artist he
07:17
edited for me as a favour. But
07:17
obviously he had the time then
07:20
on his hands to dedicate to it.
07:20
And we just kind of worked
07:23
really hard within the lockdown
07:23
kind of back and forth over over
07:27
emails and things. And he's
07:27
finished it. So then it was
07:30
going to be released next year
07:30
to coincide with Hornsey but the
07:34
distribution company VIP code
07:34
has been taken over and they
07:39
decided to speed it up a little
07:39
bit. So literally last week they
07:43
released it.
07:44  Trev
It's literally it's funny
07:44
because stuff Moulins en Si, por
07:48
en Si, he's actually in our
07:48
hometown. Yeah, I hate. Yes,
07:54
yes. We can tell
07:55  Wayne
by the accent daddy says
07:55
yeah, we know your staff. And
07:57
he's like that.
07:58  Dani
Have I not met you? Have I
07:58
not met you at Hornsey. And I
08:02
thought well, wait, God strange
08:02
story.
08:07  Wayne
Was he there in 2017?
08:07
Danny, if you remember back that
08:10
far.
08:11  Dani
I've been there nearly
08:11
every this one year I've missed
08:14
because I was filming but I've
08:14
been I've had films in there
08:16
every year for the last six or
08:16
seven years.
08:19  Wayne
Cool. Well, we in 2017,
08:19
we was in the we actually come
08:24
and did the bar area. It was
08:24
actually fortunately was my
08:29
father's week, and we had in the
08:29
bar at the hotel. I think
08:34
everyone fall is a bit bizarre,
08:34
but he loved that hotel. That's
08:36
why we had it there. But
08:36
everyone see, and people who can
08:40
enter the bar. He's quite funny
08:40
looking in Now obviously, it
08:43
doesn't sound like it's fun. But
08:43
it sounds a bit. I mean, it
08:46
doesn't sound like the best time
08:46
you know.
08:50  Trev
I was quite strange going
08:50
out later on and looking for the
08:53
DVDs. I wasn't like why stays
08:53
white.
08:59  Wayne
But baby means we won't
08:59
forget it. It means that that
09:02
exactly. But can you tell us a
09:02
bit about the premise behind Bad
09:04
Moon Rising daily inspiration?
09:08  Dani
Well, actually, I was away
09:08
filming Christmas layers in
09:12
Bulgaria. And we had a day off.
09:12
And so myself and one of the
09:16
other cast members. We went out
09:16
with the sound guy actually, and
09:19
we've wandering around and we
09:19
had these old fogies when I
09:22
think iPhones just started
09:22
having good cameras. And he was
09:24
just filming from found fish. We
09:24
found this disused school. So
09:27
obviously what should go in? And
09:27
they're like a big hole in the
09:31
floor, and we kind of go up to
09:31
it. And then we hear like this
09:35
growl. We just kind of go
09:35
running and he keeps filming it.
09:38
And I was actually I was like, I
09:38
mean, then we get to the end of
09:41
the room. We're just laughing.
09:41
I'm like, it's got to I've got
09:44
to have been a bear. Obviously,
09:44
it was really bad. And, and I
09:49
basically wrote it around that I
09:49
was like, Well, what if it was
09:51
like a werewolf thing? What if
09:51
it, you know, people were in
09:54
Bulgaria doing something and I
09:54
wrote the film around that, and
09:57
we're going to use that theme.
09:57
But then actually last minute,
09:59
we ended up changing the actress
09:59
who was in that thing with me.
10:02
And so I had to rewrite
10:02
everything. And we still sit in
10:07
ethics, we shot it. And I think
10:07
for us meant to be both.
10:09  Trev
So
10:12  Dani
I just reload it, I read
10:12
it if that legal but Come on,
10:16
guys. We started over eight
10:16
days. So we did like four
10:20
consecutive weekends in Epping
10:20
Forest. And I mean, we've shot
10:25
in a few different places we
10:25
use, like my old drama school,
10:28
let me use use one of their
10:28
buildings, actually before for
10:32
the Bulgarian Lodge. And so I
10:32
mean, basically, he was written
10:37
around something, and it was
10:37
just, we just changed. I just
10:39
changed it all. So, I mean,
10:39
yeah, I mean, because then it's
10:42
like a film that came out of
10:42
nothing. Because Originally
10:45
there was a point to it, but but
10:45
it's a level film. And it's fun.
10:48
And it was Yeah, it was it was
10:48
quite a good experiment,
10:51
actually, because we did it on I
10:51
think the budget, the total
10:54
money was like three grand, we
10:54
know why. Yeah. And
10:57  Trev
that they don't even buy
10:57
us call Tina for
11:02  Dani
basically feeding people
11:02
make sure everyone's happy. So
11:05
paying people's travel and
11:05
paying for, you know, we I think
11:08
we paid for one of the locations
11:08
and like the makeup in anything,
11:11
you know, costume and feeding
11:11
people. You know, I went and
11:15
bought all the costume myself.
11:15
And then I had friends that
11:17
actually catered. So we were
11:17
going out and doing the food
11:19
shop. And actually the food was
11:19
really good, much better than a
11:22
lot of films that it's because
11:22
it was you know, all nice food.
11:26
But actually, everybody was
11:26
coming up to you saying this is
11:28
like the nicest experience I've
11:28
had on set, we're really
11:31
enjoying ourselves. I think the
11:31
difference is because everyone
11:33
was everyone was like, you know,
11:33
they're all on deferred
11:35
payments, if it makes any money,
11:35
we will get paid. But everyone
11:39
was there because they wanted to
11:39
be there. Which is a massive
11:41
difference to when people are
11:41
there just because they're
11:43
getting paid and they don't
11:43
really care. You know, there is
11:46
everyone worked so hard. And
11:46
then it was cold. We filmed in
11:51
February in like a forest in
11:51
England. And it was freezing,
11:56
but everyone kind of soldiered
11:56
through
11:59  Wayne
it. I've seen you sound
11:59
another interview before, Danny
12:03
that what you really enjoy about
12:03
the independent film. say is
12:06
that is the camaraderie and the
12:06
friends you make while you're
12:09
doing these films. Is that would
12:09
that be right?
12:11  Dani
Yeah, absolutely. I mean,
12:11
originally, I ended up in horror
12:15
because I was asked I was I was
12:15
actually presenting something
12:19
ghost hunt. And some of the crew
12:19
were actually making horror
12:23
films. And they kind of said,
12:23
Oh, do you want to do this? or
12:24
this or that? You know what I
12:24
found out with drama school. And
12:27
it all kind of went from there.
12:27
Like and it's and a lot of it's
12:30
been word of mouth. Like I've
12:30
done auditions, I don't love
12:33
them. And I tend to get work, I
12:33
get better work when it's not
12:36
audition when I do auditions,
12:36
I'm just useless. But you tend
12:40
to work with the same people
12:40
again, and again. Like,
12:42
obviously, if you get my working
12:42
relationship with somebody, then
12:45
they're going to rebook you. And
12:45
if they you know, the few
12:48
directors I've worked with time
12:48
and time again. And as much it's
12:51
nice working with new people,
12:51
but you just kind of build these
12:53
relationships and friendships
12:53
and the horror world. It's like
12:56
some little family. And I think
12:56
you guys being from the south
12:59
end, Hornsey is like literally a
12:59
family reunion every year
13:02
because you see the same faces,
13:02
and you may not see those faces
13:05
for, you know, for the rest of
13:05
the year, and you kind of see
13:07
what people are doing on social
13:07
media. But everyone kind of just
13:10
really comes together. And it's
13:10
just such, if everyone just gets
13:14
on everyone's nice, there's no,
13:14
I don't know, there's no real
13:18
competition. Like I think maybe
13:18
with other actors and other
13:21
directors, everybody seems to
13:21
kind of be rooting for each
13:23
other. And it's just really
13:23
nice.
13:25  Wayne
Yeah. Don't like work,
13:25
man. Is it?
13:28  Trev
No, no, no, no, no,
13:29  Dani
it's not my work. And if
13:29
it was really like work, I
13:32
wouldn't be able to do it, I
13:32
wouldn't be able to afford it.
13:36
You know, it's a lot of thing. A
13:36
lot of it is low budget, and you
13:39
get paid, but you don't get paid
13:39
a lot. And it's not like you're
13:42
working all the time. So I mean,
13:42
I'm lucky. I've got other bits
13:45
and bobs that kind of keep me
13:45
going so so that I can do I can
13:48
you know, I can pick and choose
13:48
the ones that want to do?
13:51  Trev
Do you get them talking of
13:51
like the location or Bulgaria
13:54
and stuff? Do you get a lot of
13:54
inspiration from locations,
13:57
Danny, or is it you have an
13:57
idea? Look at that. I think
14:00
that's really cool. I could use
14:00
that. Then it grows from there.
14:03  Dani
I mean, yeah, absolutely.
14:03
Both. I mean, the first film I
14:06
wrote in this one, and if you
14:06
haven't, don't bother.
14:15
I used to work on base station
14:15
many moons ago. And I was like,
14:20
Well, what if I don't remember
14:20
covercraft? What if there was
14:23
like serial killer and you know,
14:23
alright, with me, I love the
14:26
slasher movies and, and it's
14:26
golden. It's you know, if
14:32  Trev
you don't see God bother
14:32
what you do now? No, yeah. No, I
14:41  Dani
thing. I was like, well,
14:41
this is a perfect setting. And
14:43
who's better to write this with
14:43
me? Because you know what, you
14:46
know? Yeah. And so I wrote the
14:46
original script, and yeah, you
14:50
will you Oh, man. Yeah,
14:51  Trev
exactly.
14:52  Dani
I wrote the original
14:52
script. And then we, I mean, I
14:55
worked with a director who had
14:55
different ideas and then we got
14:57
an investor who was a bit nuts.
14:57
He wrote himself into it. And he
15:01
wrote some different things. And
15:01
he took out some of the really
15:04
good things, and I was kind of
15:04
sneaking them back in. And we
15:07
kind of had to, you know, he
15:07
fully funded it, we all got
15:11
really well paid. It's the best
15:11
I've ever had doing any film.
15:15
But we lost all the creative
15:15
control. So this is what I'm
15:18
saying. If you watch it, you
15:18
just have to, like, if I watch
15:20
it with you, I'd be literally
15:20
pointing out that that shouldn't
15:22
have been like that. And this is
15:22
how that should have been, you
15:24
know, some cereal colour cereal.
15:24
Okay, cool. I don't I don't even
15:31
know if it's on prime or
15:31
anywhere. Now, I don't know. But
15:33
I mean, I'm sure you can really
15:33
do you find it somewhere on the
15:35
internet. But, yeah, I mean,
15:35
that obviously, I had the
15:40
inspiration because I knew what
15:40
the studios were like. So I
15:42
could write around, you know,
15:42
and then we had to create it.
15:45
But often we find, you know,
15:45
I'll be on a shoot or where, and
15:48
I'll be like, this would be the
15:48
perfect place for that. And then
15:51
you would keep it in your mind.
15:51
And if you're writing then, you
15:54
know, when I'm writing things,
15:54
if I have a place in mind, and I
15:57
know you know where the
15:57
entrances and exits and
16:00
everything that has to happen,
16:00
but also at the same time, I can
16:03
write things with no idea and
16:03
then he then you know, you may
16:07
have to change it unless you can
16:07
fully build your set. You may
16:10
just have to like change things
16:10
around when it comes to filming.
16:15  Wayne
What have you got coming
16:15
up? Danny, what are you working
16:16
on? Currently?
16:18  Dani
I've got so much going on
16:18
now. Obviously, everything last
16:23
year was postponed. So I've got
16:23
all of the stuff that's
16:26
postponed
16:28  Trev
by that. Danny. Was that
16:28
was that a struggle for you?
16:31  Dani
Well, I didn't really I so
16:31
I actually got a filming in
16:40
January last year, I did a film
16:40
called eating with Campbell,
16:44
which we're actually now going
16:44
to shoot some more stuff a
16:46
little bit later this year. But
16:46
that's with Liam Regan Who is
16:48
your banjo. banjo i think i
16:48
think they change name. So his
16:53
next film, I'm playing the same
16:53
character as I played. But it's
16:56
not a follow on it's just
16:56
completely different story like
16:59
it was set in the same world the
16:59
same some of the same
17:01
characters, but you know, just
17:01
just different. Sony I'd already
17:04
got a film in in January. So for
17:04
me, I always like to you know,
17:07
if you start there and you get
17:07
lots in, then you can kind of
17:09
relax with me if I never want a
17:09
year where I feel like I'm not
17:12
doing anything. And then
17:12
obviously lockdown happens. And
17:15
I shot one thing I shot at
17:15
myself for Tony Martin's film,
17:20
which is at the sand. So I felt
17:20
like Latino, I've got two films
17:23
in early and we got locked down.
17:23
I actually run away up north and
17:27
stayed with one of my friends
17:27
for the first month because he's
17:29
by the sea and I just kind of
17:29
went for beat runs every day.
17:32
And then I was like I probably
17:32
need to go and like resume life
17:34
thinking obviously we we've come
17:34
out of lockdown. So you know,
17:37
after a month cuz you know,
17:37
crazy thinking that would
17:39
happen. But to be honest, then
17:39
it was like spring summer had a
17:43
really nice time I was just
17:43
meeting up with a couple of
17:46
friends. I don't mean it's
17:46
basically but outside and we're
17:48
going on hikes and doing all
17:48
this stuff. So I actually didn't
17:52
mind and I have other bits and
17:52
pieces I can do from home. So
17:56
for me, I think I had it a lot
17:56
easier than I think a lot of
17:58
people need
17:59  Trev
to be honest with with the
17:59
kind of productions you do. Some
18:03
of those are kind of on or
18:03
streaming things. So when people
18:06
are home and not doing anything,
18:06
they can watch your star closed.
18:12
Yes, I didn't think of that,
18:12
really, because people were
18:15
watching stuff that they'd
18:15
probably never watch because
18:17
they were trying to find stuff
18:17
they wanted to see.
18:20  Dani
Well, I mean, I feel like
18:20
even now like how on an evening,
18:24
I'm wondering, like I like binge
18:24
watching a series, and I cannot
18:27
find a series on prime or
18:27
Netflix that I really want to
18:29
watch like I want, you know, I'm
18:29
like, oh, what can I watch. And
18:32
I can spend an hour scrolling
18:32
and finding nothing. I actually
18:36
use the time as well to do a lot
18:36
of writing. So I actually wrote
18:40
a very thorough and it did
18:40
happen last year. So I went to
18:42
pat Higgins is how to write a
18:42
movie in 30 days class. So to
18:47
give you some inspiration, I
18:47
left that and I actually did
18:50
write during lockdown a first
18:50
draft of a feature film script.
18:55
I co wrote a six part series
18:55
with one of my friends Cheryl.
19:00
And that's it's not really
19:00
horror. It's like a witchy
19:02
thing. But it's kind of comedy,
19:02
really comedy drama. So we kind
19:06
of planned the whole thing and
19:06
co wrote the six episodes during
19:10
my phone during lockdown. And
19:10
we're all just about to launch a
19:14
murder mystery business. And
19:14
we've written all the scripts
19:16
for that as well. So we actually
19:16
get really busy. So yeah, I
19:21
mean, I think if you use your
19:21
time wisely, I quite like my own
19:23
company. Mystery business.
19:26  Trev
What's that? What you say?
19:26
I don't actually know what that
19:28
is. What?
19:31  Dani
murder mysteries? And
19:31
yeah, basically it was it was
19:34
her birthday locked down. And we
19:34
were like, what can we do? We
19:36
found this murder mystery thing
19:36
online where you could kind of,
19:39
you could download the packs,
19:39
and then you kind of cost your
19:42
friends and we had to play it
19:42
via zoom. When having done it.
19:45
We were like hold the script
19:45
wasn't that good? It was very
19:47
difficult to follow because the
19:47
instructions weren't very clear.
19:50
And even as actors, we couldn't
19:50
really follow the instructions.
19:54
So for her other friends who
19:54
were gonna
19:55  Trev
say we standard challenge
19:55
if you could,
19:57  Dani
yeah, it was a lot more
19:57
difficult. So we're trying To
20:00
come at it with a like, let's
20:00
assume everybody hasn't got a
20:03
clue. And this is the script and
20:03
this is the question is this
20:05
everything you have to do? So we
20:05
kind of designed we've designed
20:08
a few themes and we've written
20:08
the script so for different
20:11
different amounts of players and
20:11
we just literally finishing up
20:15
the website at the moment and
20:15
and that's going to go live
20:17
hopefully, beginning of June
20:17
called murder mysteries, Inc. So
20:22
if anyone then wants to do a
20:22
murder mystery, and it can be
20:25
done either Yeah, well, it can,
20:25
it will be either done online so
20:28
people can play it via zoom with
20:28
their friends if they want or
20:31
they can actually do it in the
20:31
room with everybody.
20:35  Wayne
You've got a choice I'd
20:35
recommend that I've done similar
20:37
things in hotel and things like
20:37
that. And it's been I've loved
20:39
it
20:41  Trev
you know, yeah.
20:44  Wayne
That's another story. And
20:44
Danny I had you put it from what
20:48
I could see him Bad Moon Rising.
20:48
There's a little bit of yourself
20:51
in the character, but obviously
20:51
not the bits were you Okay, next
20:53
fire was an X Factor mixed up.
20:53
I'm not saying that but which is
20:57
quite funny. And but it is,
20:57
because I've seen you say before
21:00
that you're, you're scared of
21:00
spiders. And you put that in
21:03
there. Yeah.
21:05  Dani
And I think actually, when
21:05
I write characters, I feel like
21:08
there's a little bit of me and
21:08
all of them. Obviously, the
21:11
character I like playing
21:11
characters like lose the weight.
21:13
I mean, she's a bit of a prima
21:13
donna and she's an I like
21:15
they've kind of exaggerated
21:15
character play. I'm not really
21:17
like that. I feel like when I
21:17
think to write anybody, you have
21:21
to kind of put yourself in their
21:21
shoes whenever you're writing
21:23
that dialogue. Yeah. Makes you
21:23
feel more real. Yeah, so yeah, I
21:28
mean, yeah, it's my It is
21:29  Wayne
one of the other things I
21:29
noticed that you put into there
21:32
Danny, which I believe is true.
21:32
Is that your favourite film is
21:35
the Wizard of Oz. It
21:38  Dani
is and if you notice,
21:38
Lucy's phone has got a Wizard of
21:41
Oz phone case. So small.
21:47
I feel like I had a Wizard of
21:47
Oz. phone case that my character
21:51
in serial quarter as well. I
21:51
actually don't have
21:54  Trev
Danny. Okay. But I saw you
21:54
numbered on something that
21:59  Wayne
I saw you eloquently
21:59
describe because obviously it's
22:02
a bit of an oxymoron like the
22:02
Wizard of Oz and horror, actress
22:05
and everything so we're no but
22:05
I've seen you eloquently
22:08
describe how the Wizard of Oz
22:08
can be considered a horror
22:11
movie. Can you explain to Trev
22:11
how you how you put that
22:15  Trev
across? Because I'm
22:15
struggling here to be on Yeah,
22:17  Wayne
you can't get it but the
22:17
gang they put the game together
22:19
done that. Yeah.
22:20  Dani
Where did you see this?
22:20
Because I there is a quote from
22:22
a newspaper knocked in, hit the
22:22
nail on the head. When it says
22:27
the flying monkeys. No, they're
22:27
not terrifying. Yeah. And there
22:32
is something about it the film
22:32
where a woman like goes out to
22:37
kill another one to exact
22:37
revenge over a pair of shoes.
22:39
Yeah,
22:40  Wayne
he's probably going to
22:40
give it a go and do kill the
22:44
other witch and nothing else.
22:44
Yeah. And I'd never thought of
22:46
it like that. But then I could
22:46
kind of see why. You know, you
22:48
could be who you are really make
22:48
it up. I thought and it is a
22:52
quote in a newspaper. I think I
22:52
just changed. used it yourself.
22:55
It's a good quote.
22:56  Dani
Yeah. The Wizard of Oz to
22:56
return drawers. Don't tell me
23:00
that's not terrifying. The
23:00
wheelers and those moms?
23:03  Trev
Here we have. Yes, they
23:03
are. Yeah, he's pretty Yeah.
23:05
Kind of Michael Jackson brain By
23:05
the way, she's quite terrifying.
23:11
Just because you saw paid
23:11
reasons for that. Yeah. But
23:14
yeah.
23:16  Wayne
We won't go daddy.
23:16
Actually, we weren't going to
23:19
say beforehand. But we've got
23:19
what you do. We have a segment
23:22
each week, and it's called test
23:22
the guest. And we've chosen the
23:26
subject of the Wizard of Oz,
23:26
because it's always a subject
23:29
that's close to the guests. And
23:29
what you do is you just take on,
23:32
Trevor, and we just try and make
23:32
Trev look silly, basically,
23:34
because he's out of his comfort
23:34
zone with it. Oh, don't worry. I
23:39
mean, we've had guests get free
23:39
out of free wrong. It's not this
23:42
is just a bit of fun. Would you
23:42
be okay,
23:44  Trev
it's based on them. Right?
23:44
Yeah.
23:46  Wayne
Yeah. Free questions
23:46
each. Now, we won't do that.
23:51
We'll edit it differently. We'll
23:52  Trev
do it we'll get really low
23:52
to get worse than
23:56  Wayne
we've got a little intro.
23:56
Please don't be shocked when you
23:58
hear this Danny. Test Case. Test
23:58
Case. Test the guest test case.
24:08
That's it Sorry about that.
24:08
That's that's a throwback to
24:12
raves and motor.
24:13  Trev
Danny, you will probably
24:13
hear that now. I'm right next on
24:20
the phone like you know in
24:20
screen where Drew Barrymore
24:22
picks you up, and that's what
24:22
Come on the phone. You've been
24:25
just probably
24:26  Wayne
thought I was doing that
24:26
live. In the next film, were you
24:31
to like the character.
24:33  Trev
Yeah, exactly.
24:34  Wayne
It does freak you out.
24:34
But it does. So we got six
24:37
questions. The first question is
24:37
to you, Danny, and it's multiple
24:40
choice so it gives you that
24:40
little bit. Okay, so first
24:43
question. Why did miss Gulch
24:43
want to take toto away? Was it
24:48
because he ripped her clothes,
24:48
or she wanted him for herself.
24:52
She said he beat her or she
24:52
wanted to sell him for money.
24:57  Trev
Keep it How's it going
24:57
start?
25:01  Wayne
There we go. Now it's
25:01
time for high pressure. This is
25:03
good fun because I'm not given
25:03
Trevor multiple choice so it
25:05
gets it wrong. At the end when
25:05
the Wicked Witch was melting,
25:10
she shouted Who would have
25:10
thought a good little girl like
25:13
you could destroy my beautiful
25:13
what is a blank drink like
25:16
blankety blank? What is a beauty
25:16
store my beautiful just pick a
25:20
word because you're not gonna
25:20
know are you face now? Danny, do
25:25
you want to go at that one? Just
25:25
for my beautiful I don't know if
25:29
I do I know she just went my
25:29
beautiful I don't know it's a
25:36
it's actually a new this one but
25:36
very people out it's actually
25:39
wickedness. So it wasn't a
25:39
feature. So this is for Trev we
25:46
like to hear that on the show.
25:46
And question free Danny. The
25:49
scarecrows plan to save Dorothy
25:49
involved the lion going into
25:53
save her. The lion asked the
25:53
Scarecrow and the Tin Man to
25:56
promise him one thing. What did
25:56
the lions say? Was it talk me
26:00
out of it. Please come with me.
26:00
Please don't make me do it. Or
26:05
never forget me. called me out.
26:05
No pressure trip.
26:13  Trev
racking these up now.
26:16  Wayne
I'm gonna go draw.
26:16
Question for to Trev. What did
26:20
the Scarecrow say when he got
26:20
his diploma from the wizard? Was
26:23
it he stated the Pythagoras
26:23
theorem. I can't even say he
26:27
recited the first 10 digits of
26:27
pi. He claimed equals mc
26:31
squared. Or he listed the
26:31
perfect squares. Try if you
26:38
can't if you can't googling it
26:38
or something
26:40
now. Just wait. What is it?
26:40
You're saying? What are you
26:48
trying to say he recited the
26:48
first 10 digits of pi. Yeah.
26:57
There's another one for you took
26:57
Did you know that one? Danny? I
26:59
think it's the Pythagoras
26:59
theory. Yes. You certainly know
27:04
the Wizard of Oz daddy.
27:04
Question.
27:07  Trev
They feeling you've been
27:07
walked over? Yes, we like it
27:10  Wayne
is a waste of a bit of
27:10
bit of listening drive. And how
27:14
did the Scarecrow the low end
27:14
and the tin man get inside the
27:17
witch's castle to save Dorothy?
27:17
Was it the lion distracted the
27:21
guards and they snuck in? They
27:21
climbed in through the window.
27:25
They dressed up as gods or
27:25
Glinda the Good Witch to use
27:28
their magic to get them in so
27:28
they dressed up with god yeah,
27:32
we know that. Oh, here we go. He
27:32
always says that. Question six
27:39
Trev just to finish it off for
27:39
dropping hopefully. When Dorothy
27:43
was leaving us who did she say
27:43
was going to miss most of all?
27:46
Was it the lion the Scarecrow
27:46
The Tin Man and the wizard the
27:54
lion just keep guessing it
27:54
wasn't even Danny Did you know
28:03
that one? is a scarecrow? Think
28:03
I need nothing to worry about
28:09
that's that's a full house and
28:09
we made Trev look silly so that
28:13
I didn't get the question right
28:13
though. Well, yeah, but that To
28:17
be fair, that's you know, asking
28:17
to pick a word out the air then
28:20
it's not.
28:22  Trev
me think am I actually
28:22
seen the Wizard of Oz? I think?
28:33  Wayne
Well, you know, you
28:33
wouldn't expect you've watched
28:35
it for quite a long time
28:35
travellers trouble. Yeah. Thank
28:38
you. Trey, if you go question.
28:41  Trev
Yeah, and to be honest,
28:41
I've uh, when I was a kid, I was
28:46
really into kind of horror
28:46
effects like prosthetics and
28:50
that kind of thing. I used to do
28:50
Fangoria posters all over my
28:53
wall and stuff. Have you ever
28:53
had a role where you've actually
28:58
had quite a bit of prosthetics
28:58
applied to you, and I sat for
29:03
hours having that kind of work
29:03
done Danny and he's something
29:06
that would interest you if you
29:06
hadn't.
29:08  Dani
Um, so I've had a foot as
29:08
far as like silicone pieces and
29:12
the things I've had, I've done a
29:12
few things, but I have had bits,
29:15
nothing like major major,
29:15
although I did a film called
29:18
mannequin which is an edit now
29:18
we shot it, I think 2019 and I
29:25
was in the makeup chair for
29:25
about three hours every day for
29:27
that and it wasn't so much that
29:27
it can't say the word. I think I
29:31
had a couple of pieces attached
29:31
to my skin and then lots of
29:34
latex and there's basically a
29:34
lot of burn on my face. And then
29:39
the rest of it was painted white
29:39
and it was the white stuff that
29:42
took so long, because it was so
29:42
hot and it was melting and now
29:47
it's about three hours a day.
29:47
You shower, we're actually
29:50
camping we have to camp on set,
29:50
which was really fun. I actually
29:52
really enjoyed it but the
29:52
campsite showers you're trying
29:55
to show it off in there without
29:55
mirrors and kind of you're still
29:58
here or whatever, but I mean, I
29:58
don't mind I'd actually I mean,
30:01
I'd love to do that kind of
30:01
thing. Like, I'd love to play
30:04
because I will end up playing
30:04
characters generally that look
30:06
like me. I'd quite like to play
30:06
like a real, you know, a real
30:10
horrific demon or something, you
30:10
know, like the Buffy demons or
30:12
things where, and I don't mind
30:12
fitting in prosthetics. But on
30:15
time when I did, banjo we did.
30:15
We had to have my head cast
30:19
because there's a scene, which
30:19
didn't make the actual film,
30:23
because they ended up keeping
30:23
the character alive. And I think
30:27
there's going to be a director's
30:27
cut, and I think they using it,
30:29
and I think they're going to
30:29
kill her. And this one could be
30:32
a different ending, but that I
30:32
actually had in my head cast for
30:35
and that was horrible. I can
30:35
imagine
30:39  Trev
so many documentaries
30:39
about this kind of stuff. And
30:42
when they do that, it just looks
30:42
so claustrophobic. Yeah,
30:46  Dani
yeah. I mean, I
30:46
refurbished and I thought I'd be
30:49
like, no, I wear face masks all
30:49
the time. I'm thinking it's just
30:51
gonna be like a face mask. But
30:51
they literally I think, because
30:53
they cover your ears with the
30:53
stuff, they cover your mouth,
30:55
and then they cover your eyes.
30:55
And it's like, there's no, like,
30:59
I can't even look at someone or
30:59
you can't see anything. And it's
31:02
weird. Have you not been able to
31:02
use any of those kinds of senses
31:04
or you're not being able to
31:04
speak I ended up kind of
31:06
bursting my hand out of this
31:06
stuff and like wiping off my
31:09
mouth. So they've ended up
31:09
melting the mouth. But I was
31:11
like, I need to be able to
31:11
breathe. I think even though
31:13
they don't, I didn't put straws
31:13
in my nose, which I think they
31:16
do to some people so you can
31:16
breathe. They didn't. And even
31:19
though my nostrils were not
31:19
covered, it's still like when it
31:21
starts getting harder. It starts
31:21
feeling like you're not going to
31:25
breathe. So I was like, I'm
31:25
never doing that again. I mean,
31:28
I would if they asked me to, but
31:28
it
31:32  Wayne
could be soul destroying.
31:32
But
31:34  Dani
yeah, I mean, we actually
31:34
shot that thing twice as well.
31:37
That was a messy scene in that
31:37
film. And then they decided they
31:40
wanted it in a bigger location.
31:40
Did it again and then they
31:42
decided not to use it. But I
31:42
mean, they did it so they'd keep
31:45
the character alive.
31:46  Wayne
Yeah. Johnson the sequel.
31:48  Dani
Well, well, she's back in
31:48
eating with Campbell's though.
31:52  Wayne
So good. And also Danny,
31:52
you have a very informative
31:56
vegan blog, the vegan vampiric
31:56
called Well,
32:01  Dani
I've kind of taken it down
32:01
at the moment, because another
32:04
thing I didn't lock down is I
32:04
actually have my Reiki levels
32:07
wanted to like the year before.
32:07
And just do lockdown to keep me
32:12
busy. I took a few different
32:12
holistic courses, the crystal
32:15
healing, aroma therapy and
32:15
animal Reiki actually, and I'm
32:18
kind of changing it to something
32:18
that's going to be more holistic
32:22
and not because it was really
32:22
hard running the vegan stuff,
32:25
just recipes and it was like,
32:25
there's only so much I can cook
32:28
it's different and I'd have to
32:28
eat a different thing every day
32:31
to you know to keep up then it
32:31
was going to be reviews, it was
32:34
gonna be different things and
32:34
everything of course closed
32:36
down. So that was hard. So the
32:36
I'm revamping it is I'm actually
32:41
gonna change the name I don't
32:41
want to the the Facebook and the
32:45
Instagram and Twitter and
32:45
everything at the moment is
32:47
still vegan vamp life. But, um,
32:47
yeah, I didn't want to change it
32:51
to I need something that kind of
32:51
incorporates everything, and I
32:54
haven't worked out yet.
32:54
conditioning.
32:58  Wayne
So maybe, can we ask just
32:58
like, if you had to bust some
33:02
myths about veganism if you
33:02
like, what would you say the
33:05
main myths that you could bust?
33:08  Dani
Well, the whole we can't
33:08
get protein myth is a crazy one.
33:12
Because there's protein and
33:12
beans and peas and so many
33:14
things that you eat. And I mean,
33:14
a gorilla and tell me that it
33:19
doesn't get its protein.
33:20  Wayne
Exactly. Just true. Yeah,
33:20
I never thought of it that way
33:23
to be honest. But no, that's so
33:23
that's basically something else
33:27
that people can look out for,
33:27
especially if we like to cover
33:30
as many bases as we can. Danny
33:30
so obviously you so we look out
33:34
for that. Where Where can people
33:34
go? where's the best place to
33:36
find out what you're doing Danny
33:36
and what you're up to?
33:39  Dani
The best place is probably
33:39
my social media. I mean, my
33:42
website, I don't date as much as
33:42
I should. So if you do want to
33:46
check my website, Danny, hyphen
33:46
thompson.com. And on all the
33:52
social media sites if at Miss
33:52
Danny teeth, so I'm probably
33:57
easier to up to date stuff.
33:57
That's where to go. And I keep
34:00
promising myself. I'll update
34:00
everything else and just
34:03
everything else gets in the way.
34:05  Wayne
Did you do some music for
34:05
the Bad Moon Rising as well
34:07
Danny, didn't you?
34:09  Dani
Yes. So I have a string I
34:09
recorded a song with will
34:16
mothering him for the pumpkins
34:16
soundtrack, which with Maria
34:21
mothering him film, and then he
34:21
was like, oh god, I just said
34:26
yes. I said you want to do this?
34:26
And I was like yeah, cuz I just
34:28
thought it'd be fun and I always
34:28
like the thought of being a pop
34:31
star when I was little bakley
34:31
and then he wrote some more
34:36
songs and he was like, I've
34:36
written these songs. What do you
34:38
think? Do you want to do an EP?
34:38
And then I'm like, Yes, cuz I
34:41
just say yes to things because I
34:41
just want to have fun. And then
34:44
it ended up being an album cuz
34:44
he was like, just keep writing
34:46
these songs and they don't work
34:46
for our band and they kind of
34:48
work for you. So we've actually
34:48
made a stop recording album too.
34:52
Now that we did he did write bad
34:52
blood red moon he wrote that
34:56
especially for Bad Moon Rising
34:56
and he actually scored it as
34:58
well.
34:59  Wayne
I was gonna say Like, my
34:59
older tracks didn't need, I
35:02
think three or four of them,
35:02
isn't there.
35:04  Dani
Yeah, I think two of my
35:04
songs made it in there. I'm not
35:06
sure if they I don't know, I'm
35:06
not sure. Um, to be honest, I've
35:10
just lost track of, obviously,
35:10
when you're when you're watching
35:13
the Edit, reveal happening,
35:13
every stage of edit, it comes
35:15
back to you, and then you like,
35:15
yes, no make changes to this.
35:18
And you send it back and you
35:18
have to watch it all again. And
35:20
so I've watched it. So many
35:20
times, I just don't even know
35:23
what's going on with it.
35:25  Wayne
Now it's fair enough, I
35:25
would say to everyone, just
35:27
obviously it's on prime so it's
35:27
easily accessible. And I'll say
35:30
that, so get on prime watch Bad
35:30
Moon Rising so you can see
35:33
Danny's work itself and look
35:33
forward to seeing more of your
35:36
work down. He got moving
35:36
forward.
35:39  Dani
I mean, I've got loads
35:39
filming this year. I'm about I
35:41
think I've got more days. I'm at
35:41
Miss Campbell. I've got
35:44
something called the house
35:44
zombies belt film this year one
35:47
called bloods demons. asked if I
35:47
go I mean,
35:56  Wayne
certainly not one for ROM
35:56
coms. No, no.
36:00  Dani
I've got a big thing. And
36:00
that that's actually with lots
36:03
of lots of horror names. You
36:03
should have a look up Tony
36:06
Martin. He seems to break
36:06
everybody into that movie. And
36:10
blood will be blurred. I've got
36:10
so many filming this year. I'll
36:13
forget half of them. I'm
36:13
literally my diary as of June
36:16
just the pocket book of
36:16
superstitions. I've got that
36:19
next month and mosaic with
36:19
Western South Enders. Oh, wow,
36:24
Jeff Patterson and Mike holiday.
36:27  Wayne
Excellent. No surf and
36:27
you're putting sand on the map.
36:29
Danny is good. We like that.
36:29
We'll put links to everything
36:32
you're doing on the website and
36:32
run the episode as well, Danny,
36:36
and say we look forward to to
36:36
what you're doing in the future.
36:39
And we really thank you for
36:39
joining us today. Thanks for
36:42
having me. And hopefully we'll
36:42
see you at haoran see very soon.
36:47
Yeah, January. Yeah. This is we
36:47
have a summer first is our
36:51
summer first. Look forward to in
36:51
winter. Thanks so much, Danny.
36:56
Thanks for joining us today.
36:56
Thank you catch up with you
36:59
soon. Cheers. Bye bye. Trev
36:59
would you go you left me or me?
37:05
Oh, and the last question you
37:05
asked.
37:08  Trev
Oh, so scared me. I was so
37:08
scared. You know, I'm very
37:12
nervous around women. So I kind
37:12
of had to come away I thought
37:15
he'd be on my couch.
37:16  Wayne
Do you want to go back?
37:16
You asked a question. I mean all
37:20
jokes to one size like he
37:20
doesn't happen very often if
37:23
it's happened twice in the
37:23
episodes we've done so far there
37:25
was a technical glitch with the
37:25
connection with I disappeared
37:28
and well he asked a question to
37:28
Danny and she was answering it
37:32
and I saw him freeze on zoom and
37:32
I'm like in panic stations mode
37:36
because he and I had a choice in
37:36
the olden days of podcasting I
37:42
would have gone excuse me can I
37:42
cut off and try and get
37:46
reconnect with Dr. Bell but I
37:46
thought no Danny Danny's to to a
37:51
good guests that do this too so
37:51
I just continued as if nothing
37:54
had happened but inside I was
37:54
like a gibbering wreck so yeah
37:57
that's what happened to dr near
37:57
the end again just like he
38:00
wasn't scared really wasn't he
38:00
was
38:03  Trev
always always sort of
38:03
hovering around in podcast large
38:06
all
38:09  Wayne
the time but yeah, I'll
38:09
come back in I didn't get back
38:11
well you sit you're looking
38:11
forward to seeing dark moon
38:13
rising hence my house and start
38:13
laughing
38:15  Trev
because you're very good
38:15
yeah me I am. I just said lovely
38:20
lady Wasn't she yeah free to be
38:20
scared off
38:22  Wayne
No no. Open honest and
38:22
about
38:24  Trev
Yeah, exactly. Moving on
38:24
career and stuff. I just think
38:28
it's great that we should have
38:28
an obviously he was born in
38:34
Australia but she lives in
38:34
London and stuff. The homegrown
38:40
screen princess or queen because
38:40
there's been so many good ones
38:44
over the years like the ones
38:44
that always come to mind for me
38:47
like vanilla field you need to
38:47
carry on screaming in every
38:49
dress.
38:50  Unknown
Yes The Velvet one on
38:50
here. Yeah.
38:52  Trev
Oh my yes my favourite
38:52
carry on till recently and said
38:56
James is an idiot and I know
38:56
that says something and
39:00
obviously yet Ingrid Pitt the
39:00
week domain
39:03  Wayne
Yes. Good point, you
39:03
know, great.
39:07  Trev
County Monroe. Yeah, the
39:07
Navy rongo dragging her ID 972
39:12
now good spirited i'd such on
39:12
Association we shouldn't always
39:15
a keyed by such a crush on
39:15
county Monroe. Really such a
39:19
crush is to actually collect the
39:19
back of the magazines with a
39:22
Navy rum adverts. There's only
39:22
one page now though, isn't the
39:25
but yeah,
39:28  Wayne
yeah. So all these fall
39:28
into pieces nothing else. Yeah,
39:32  Trev
I suppose. I suppose the
39:32
modern ones. Those are mentioned
39:36
in the thing that we Drew
39:36
Barrymore and caught me coaching
39:39
screw in Paris I think the other
39:39
one yeah Carrie she SpaceX and
39:43
Carrie Yeah, right. Yeah. bank
39:43
robber. That one. And really,
39:47
the other one that was a really
39:47
big influence on me when I was a
39:50
teenager is have a langenkamp in
39:50
our
39:55  Wayne
chemistry. Yeah. No, no,
39:55
no history and
39:57  Trev
a big poster of her when I
39:57
said about a Fangoria Part of
40:00
that was john Saxon with john
40:00
Saxon as your dad. Yeah, dad.
40:03
Yeah, it was. Yeah. I actually
40:03
had a big poster in my on my
40:06
bedroom wall. And I mentioned to
40:06
daddy in the interview that I
40:10
had found Gora, Fangoria
40:10
posters. I actually had one of
40:14
Everland campy like a ball bale
40:14
and in Robert England is Freddy
40:18
Krueger in like a tuxedo and his
40:18
bow tie was red and green.
40:22
Really have his arm around a
40:22
brilliant poster really wasn't
40:24
that Yeah, that was great. And I
40:24
love the way that our hair got
40:27
grayer because of the dreams and
40:27
stuff but I'd love to see Danny
40:30
in those kinds of styles horror
40:30
movie believe
40:33  Wayne
how much they can make a
40:33
film for free for 5000 pounds.
40:37
Don't mean rising on amazon
40:37
prime,
40:39  Trev
right? What do you reckon
40:39
our budget is? If we feel miss a
40:42
tenner?
40:42  Wayne
No doubt we push in it
40:42
trivia but yeah, watch why a
40:46
couple of coffee. Yeah, a couple
40:46
of coffees and a Twix.
40:48  Trev
Coffee man do I saw a big
40:48
cup of tea cup, a char of a tea
40:53
and a coffee. Whatever that
40:53
Yeah, a tweak. If there's a
40:56
tweaks, we could have one
40:56
borage. That's true. Yeah. One
41:00
finger age.
41:01  Wayne
Well, I'm not even going
41:01
to I'm not going to go into your
41:04
smutty remarks. But I say so.
41:04
The indie horror scenes thriving
41:08
on low budgets. You know, I
41:08
think an indie film says Nick
41:11
classes. He said 10 million
41:11
budget or something like that. I
41:14
mean, something like that is in
41:14
terms of cost in a few grand.
41:17
See, this isn't her main source
41:17
of income. She's doing it. She
41:20
loves doing it. She's honing her
41:20
craft, isn't she? Yeah, you know
41:24
in some of them films she's
41:24
she's also been an actress and
41:26
TV roles. And she's led to this
41:26
and she can sort of pick and
41:30
choose what she wants to do now
41:30
Can't she from a base engine
41:33
work and everything? Um, yeah,
41:33
definitely. Yeah.
41:36  Trev
Yeah. It must be great to
41:36
just work on not passion project
41:40
kind of thing. Yes, Massenet.
41:40
Yeah but like Yeah, exactly.
41:44
Yeah, exactly. What I do this
41:44
because that's all I've got
41:47
charity Trevor, you're going to
41:47
say yes. Because that's all I've
41:51
got you know, it's like it's
41:51
nice to just sit in a dark room
41:55
just yeah, great to be a very
41:55
impressive like passed away cut
42:02
off yes off lonely dark room.
42:02
And then not podcasting is is
42:07
found it Yeah, found it There
42:07
you go. Like you know, but you
42:10  Wayne
know, but the guest of
42:10
wanting to come on trip and and
42:12
thanks to Danny. today.
42:14  Trev
Yeah, yeah, thank you
42:14
Danny was really good.
42:16  Wayne
Really good show. Go and
42:16
see dark moon or don't go and
42:18
see you can see it from the
42:18
comfort of your own room. See,
42:21
film has been made in Epping
42:21
Forest. If especially if you
42:24
fail basics. I really believed
42:24
it was from Bulgaria. So there
42:27
you go special effects, and
42:27
support your indie horror, on
42:32
indie, horror, indie horror
42:32
market. Should I say? Yeah,
42:35
maybe we'll see a horror on
42:38  Trev
villains on see and
42:38
villains are on. So yeah. We
42:43
talk about vintage colorways.
42:43
Get those two mixed up.
42:47  Wayne
As always, everyone will
42:47
put all the links on the AMA low
42:50
podcast.com website, hit the
42:50
blue button, send us a message
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send us a scream send us out.
42:53
See if you can beat my one.
42:57
Yeah, complete it mate. Let's
42:57
move on. Yes, the next month.
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