Reviewed by Crescenda Long There is nothing I love more than a good fairy tale. Unfortunately, new fairy tales often leave me disappointed. Even the best original stories often lack that authentic fairy tale feel -- that perfect blend of timeless wonder and deep, abstract disquiet. And so I approached Scott Thrower’s Fairy Tales for... Continue Reading →
From bodies disappearing from morgues to eerily timed car crashes on dark highways, Sirenicide feels like those ‘urban-legend’ style ghost stories that used to terrify and delight my friends and I when we were kids -- and it only gets better from there.
Well, having listened to the first two episodes, I have to say that Still Lives, a new, pastoral apocalyptic podcast, is a gem of a discovery.
The Grey Rooms Podcast Reviewed by A.L. Kersel The first mistake I made when listening to The Grey Rooms Podcast was listening to the opening of episode one while eating lunch. The second mistake I made was listening to the rest while walking back from a photography session in my local cemetery. Seriously. Every flicker... Continue Reading →
This weekend, I finally had a chance to listen to the first episode of Calling Darkness, a new horror-comedy podcast written by S.H. Cooper and Gemma Amor. The story chronicles the adventures of six young women who gather at the mysterious Crowe House for a seminar on acting -- and accidentally summon a demon in the process.