Gosh, I wanted to dig into my behind-the-scenes coverage for "Slasher" but didn't get beyond an amazing interview with Scott Hickey and Brian Price, the two men most responsible for the thrilling (and chilling) new tale by The Grist Mill. As you'll here again and again in this show, it's available for a $3 download on CD Baby. "Slasher" is just a startlingly awesome piece of audio, the best of the best out there. If my opinion's not enough to convince you, take a listen to the comments … [Read more...] about Episode 81: Goring Up for “Slasher”
Terror Stalks the airwaves! On Halloween we heard three tales of horror guaranteed to haunt your dreams "Forevermore." We kick off a killer fright-night with William Dufris' adaptation of "The Statement of Randolph Carter" by H.P. Lovecraft, followed by the Grist Mill production of Joe R. Lansdale's "God of the Razor," and conclude with a scathing double feature from FinalRune Productions with the debut of "Dark Passenger" and the replay of "The Blind Man's Confession," two tales written and … [Read more...] about Radio Drama Revival HALLOWEEN Horror Extravaganza!
A man lies on the brink of death, torn between two worlds -- the world of pain, suffering, and failure, but a chance of love, and a world of peace, quiet, and acceptance... or at least so says the long dead voice of his abusive father. What chance is there for retribution beyond the grave? Find out in AM/FM Theater's stunning adaptation of Mort Castle's "If You Take My Hand My Son" -- and stayed tuned in for a chat with the story's author, a prolific and genre-busting writer who's as much a … [Read more...] about Episode 41: Mort Castle’s “If You Take My Hand My Son”
This past week, we chatted with Scott Hickey from AM FM Theater. Hear about hitting the bar with Peter Straub at World Horror Con, growing up with radio drama, and the making of "God of the Razor." A great interview not to be missed! [audio:http://media.blubrry.com/radiodramarevival/www.radiodramarevival.com/podcasts/rdr-podcast003.mp3] Radio Drama Revival! Episode 3 … [Read more...] about Episode 3: Scott Hickey talks shop
Well, I'm going to jump right into my audio theater reviews with a piece of modern horror that recently reached my ears: 'God of the Razor,' a grisly horror short story by Joe Lansdale realized by AM/FM Theater in Lowell, MA. I had recently written on the radio drama digest (a mailing list for audio theater enthusiasts such as myself) bemoaning the lack of contemporary fiction stories told through sound. There's no shortage of classic tales, whether it's derived from the canon of American or … [Read more...] about Modern horror realized in Lansdale’s “God of the Razor”