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
[49:15] The verdict
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