Episode 301 – The Statement of Randolph Carter by Horrorscopes

The recently revamped HORRORSCOPES collection is a series of ten of horror’s darkest little tales, ranging from classics by Poe and Bradbury to originals by Anthony Marino and Clay Graybeal. In today’s episode, we feature the inspired adaptation of HP Lovecraft’s The Statement of Randolph Carter, wherein an unsuspecting grave robber opens a door that […]

Episode 198 – Prepare to Be “Starstruck”

Well, listeners, we’ve mopped up the buckets of blood spilled throughout the month of October and prepare now for an intergalactic adventure aboard the Harpy with Capt. Galatia 9 and her loyal contingent of do-gooders. The show is the exciting new audio dramatization of Starstruck, an off-Broadway stage show and comic book that is the […]

Episode 144: People From Away Get Lost on “The Nephews” and the Vault Keeper Makes an Appearance

This week we welcome the audio mastery of Bill Dufris and his Mind’s Eye Productions back to the show. We’ve heard him previously with his story “The Derelict” and the year before on our Halloween Special with the Lovecraft tale, “The Statement of Randolph Carter.” Today we have two new tales that are new to […]

Halloween Special: Your Fill of Gory Stories!

Ghoulish tales for the ear were heard last night as goblins and ghosts radiated out through the radio waves… Hear it now! [audio:http://media.blubrry.com/radiodramarevival/www.radiodramarevival.com/podcasts/rdr-halloween-2008.mp3] Radio Drama Revival 2008 Halloween Audio Horror Special Special thanks due to… Crazy Dog Audio Theatre – Marianette 1.1 Bill Dufris – The Horror of Walker’s Point FinalRune – Dark Passenger Echo […]

Radio Drama Revival HALLOWEEN Horror Extravaganza!

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 […]

Episode 38: Maine-based William Dufris Does William Hope Hodgson’s ‘The Derelict’

As a prelude to today’s episode, the beginning of a frightful month of audio horror stories here on the show, I’ve got to note that this week marks the middle of the “Begathon” pledge drive at WMPG, the station which generally gives air time, studio space, and access to a great audio-savvy volunteer army, making […]