Badass episode, Mike. You're correct in that there was no real stopping point. It really flew by.
I'm really liking how David is getting a bit ballsy.
Thanks Chris. Yes, his balls are swelling nicely - and it's not mumps either.
Might just be me, but trying to download the episode through itunes, I'm getting:
stopped (err = -3259)
I don't know, Keirgrey. No one else has reported a problem so far. Have you gone directly to the podcast's iTunes page? Once there, you should be able to download it just by clicking on the relevant episode. That always works for me. If it doesn't, just click on the 'Epsiode 13' image on the front page and it'll link you directly to the MP3: just save that to your computer and you've got it :-)
Delicious episode! Thank you so much!
Great stuff ,and no halm came to a single chicken .
The podcast just flew by ,thats a sign of your writing skills i'd say !
look forward to no.14 .
... but not with NTL. See front page post for details :-)
This is enthralling stuff Mike. Even in hibernation mode Underwood has become one of the greatest vampires of All Time in my book. & Lydia grows fonder to my heart by the moment! :D
Thanks J, I'm really glad you think so. I do my best :-)
One of the things that always annoys me about modern horror movies is a lack of fear on the part of those in danger. If they aren't worried, why should we be worried for them? A gung-ho heroic stance in the face of great danger is always, in my opinion, the first sign of a shallow movie. David fears Underwood because he'd be mad not to, but that doesn't mean he lacks bollocks. If he ran away he'd lack bollocks; instead he stays to not only face the object of his lifelong fear, but also... well, that would be telling ;-)
The point of a good horror story is to feel the fear. When Davis was in the cellar and "heard " Underwood's coffin lid sliding open......well..I had to get up and turn some lights on after that!