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Field & Mullinger’s Underground Nights: Aroma du Troma

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Emerging from a flaming toxic waste drum ready to avenge the podcasting world, potty-mouthed Paul Field and feminist comedian James Mullinger are back – and they’re bigger, better and uglier than ever! Well, at least two of those are true.

Joining your Underground Nights hosts in the fourth episode of the podcast is the iconic Troma producer, director and all-round legend that is Lloyd Kaufman. If that weren’t enough, Troma Institute for Gifted Youth inductee Dylan Greenberg also takes part in the very personal interview. Lloyd and Dylan discuss everything from how Kaufman got into films, to what they really think about Netflix and why Troma NOW is better.

To top it all off, Dave Valentine (aka Crisp Packet Dave) and Mullinger bond over their love for VHS, whilst Paul holds an impromptu quiz… and not a single question was about laser-disc! There’s also enough time to chat about VHS Forever before Dave’s sexy voice gets all too much.

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Field & Mullinger’s Underground Nights: Episode One – Fred’s Pocket

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Welcome to the premiere episode of Field & Mullinger’s Underground Nights, where we’ll be tickling the underbelly of cinema, from Troma & Astron 6 to the much maligned British gangster flick and everything in between. Your hosts James Mullinger and Paul Field kick off with a Canadian Special (not a euphemism) where we discuss our favourite Canadian movies.

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James tells us why he loves Lost After Dark and explains why he is still buying VHS, whilst Paul shows a lot of love for The Soska Sisters (come on, we all love a Dead Hooker In A Trunk…)

We go balls deep into WolfCop as we’re joined by the director Lowell Dean who shares his passion for Canadian cinema and offers a veritable feast of WolfCop news & insight – including some exclusive WolfCop 2 news!

There’s even time to finish up with a new release review, where we look at the controversial LOVE 3D from notorious French auteur Gaspar Noé. Obviously that flies off at a tangent so acute we end up on a jolly jape concerning Fred and the stash of gentleman’s journals in his pocket.

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