TIH 008: Whitstable by Stephen Volk Book Review


In this podcast we review Whitstable by Stephen Volk. Whitstable was released by Spectral Press on 26 May to coincide with the centenary of Peter Cushing.


[1:50] Initial thoughts

[9:40] Favourite and key scenes

[10:12] The confrontation between Peter Cushing and Les Gledhill

[18:55] The tearoom scene

[21:05] Research into Whitstable

[26:05] How does the story stand up, Peter Cushing aside?

[30:34] The policeman

[35:00] Whitstable as a movie

[38:50] Spoilers

[49:15] The verdict

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