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Horror Hangout Bonus Episode : Interview with Bath Bomb Director Colin G Cooper

Ben Errington is joined by Colin G Cooper, the director of upcoming short film Bath Bomb, a queer giallo film that is currently funding on Indiegogo.

Bath Bomb is a proposed short film written by Michael Clifton and directed by Colin with the intention of establishing a Queer approach to the cinematic subgenre known as Giallo.

Jordan is a sullen doctor with a refined manner. Grant is his beefy himbo boyfriend. Jordan prepares an ostensibly romantic bath for Grant, but it takes a disturbing turn after Jordan reveals that he knows Grant has cheated on him.

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