Managed to listen to this this afternoon, and it was absolutely brilliant. Moody, eerie and atmospheric. This is only my third Dorian, but I already have the third series lined up after I picked it up in the last warehouse sale. Can't wait! And yes, props to @scotthandcock, Alexander and Rob. A fantastic result for such a quick turnaround.
Plus, this has given me a couple of ideas for how to fix some things that didn't quite work in a script I wrote last year.
Post by Audio Watchdog on Mar 28, 2020 21:17:45 GMT
It’s always amazing to me at what artists are able to achieve. One of the things a very wise director taught me was take what the space gives you. And that applies here. No home recording set-up? No problem. We’ll use your phone and work that into the show. Anyway, creepy and disturbing. Very well done. Thank you Team Dorian.
"A good writer is not someone who knows how to write - but how to rewrite."- William Goldman
I loved it - it was very eerie but actually quite funny in a couple of places, with me visualising Dorian in a big coat doing an impression of Rik Mayall when he gets his hands covered in the red stuff!! Maybe it's my dark sense of humour. Scott and Alex are so laid back when they do interviews as well. A much welcome release.
As an aside (and I appreciate a bad time to mention it) but if Blake's 7 was ever revived wouldn't Alex make a fantastic Avon! I think his descending, supercilious tones would be perfect.
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