Usually, boarding the wrong train means you have to text your date to tell them you’re going to be late. Unfortunately for Nora Pacinelli, she’s probably going to be really late–or maybe perfectly on time–since she appears to have boarded …
Category: First Looks
HartLife NFP’s “Unwell” is Both a Quiet Example and Direct Subversion of Midwestern Gothic
The creeping, quiet dread of the desolate Midwest—those distant areas where there’s nothing but corn, a gas station, and one ancient diner for miles—is the ideal setting for the terror and dysfunction that lives inside the Gothic family home, like …
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First Look: “Minefire” Summons Demons and Psychics for a Wild Romp
I can think of no better demon-hunting dream team than a human who makes bad decisions with ouija boards, the demon entity she summons, and said demon’s perpetually annoyed psychic friend. When a seance goes awry, Rob finds herself stuck …
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First Look: “Dark Dice” is Immersive, Action-Packed Horror Actual Play
Immersive in-character conversation and sound design are the two aspects of any actual play podcast most likely to get me hooked. Fool and Scholar Production’s actual play podcast, Dark Dice, is a horror podcast made up of Game Master and …
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First Look: “Timestorm” Celebrates Puerto Rican History for Young Adults
I got an advance listen of @cocotazomedia's TIMESTORM and if you want great representation, fun young adult audio, and consideration of the interlocking of current and historical events, this is the podcast for you.
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