Spencer Hickman, founder of Death Waltz Records, specialising in cult film soundtracks on limited coloured vinyl with exclusive new artwork, talks to Virginie Sélavy about his label and plays tracks from his releases, which include Halloween II and III, Zombie Flesh Eaters, Donnie Darko and Let the Right One In, and music that has influenced him.
I’M READY FOR MY CLOSE-UP, Friday 16 November, 5-5:30pm, Resonance 104.4 FM
Virginie Sélavy talks to Josh Saco, the man behind Cigarette Burns, which organises screenings of cult films in various London venues. Past screenings have included Dario Argento’s Suspiria, Abel Ferrara’s revenge thriller Ms 45, Harry Kümel’s Euro lesbian vampire movie Daughters of Darkness, disturbing 70s Spanish chiller Who Can Kill a Child? as well as a Female Convict Scorpion all-nighter. Cigarette Burns also produced the play The Hallowe’en Sessions, which was the subject of last month’s show. Their next event is a late night screening of Mary Lambert’s Pet Sematary (1989), adapted from Stephen King, on Friday 16 November at the Rio Cinema in Dalston.