If you like a good scary story like we do, then you're going to need to check out Tales From Beyond the Pale's feature The Listening Room. Brought to you from the good people at Glass Eye Pix, these audio nightmares are sure to creep you out. And they're free every Tuesday!
As of this past Friday the 13th, Season 2 of “Tales from Beyond the Pale,” the inventive radio drama horror series from Glass Eye Pix founder Larry Fessenden and director Glenn McQuaid, is now available for purchase independently via its online store.
One of the things I had been looking forward to this Friday the 13th was the launch of the second season of Tales from Beyond the Pale, which brings us spooky audio stories written by some of the genre's top filmmakers.
It was back in 2011 that Glass Eye Pix launched Tales from Beyond the Pale, marking the return of old school style radio horror by partnering up with top genre filmmakers to inject our ears with 30-minute stories of terror... no visuals needed.
Mark Margolis and James LeGros to Appear in Final Tales from Beyond the Pale Live Performance on October 23
The final live performance of Glass Eye Pix's Tales from Beyond the Pale is happening this coming Tuesday, October 23rd, at Dixon Place in New York City. The twin bill of "Dead Air" and "Caper" features Mark Margolis ("Breaking Bad") and James LeGros (Bitter Feast).
As we recently told you, Glass Eye Pix is taking its successful audio dramas Tales from Beyond the Pale out of the studio and onto the New York stage for four performances in October, and we now have the full lineup to share with those of you lucky enough to live close by.
If you're a fan of the audio horror anthology Tales from Beyond the Pale and live in New York, you're among the lucky few who have a chance to see live performances of new episodes this coming October.
If you enjoy a bit of old time audio horror now and then, you might want to check out the new horror audio series Mysteries Most Macabre, Inc., Volume 1 of which is now available from John C. Alsedek and Dana Perry-Hayes of Blue Hours Productions.
The first season of Glass Eye Pix's wildly successful and thoroughly badass audio theater presentation of Tales from Beyond the Pale is available NOW, and we've got an exclusive trailer for you to dig on to get you geared up for this Halloween treat!
Glass Eye Pix has announced they will be offering the complete first season of their wildly successful audio theater Tales from Beyond the Pale to audiences beginning October 11th - just in time for Halloween - as digital downloads, compact discs, and a box set. Read on for the details!
If you're a fan of old school radio horror like The Weird Circle, Lights Out!, Sleep No More, The Hermit's Cave, there's a new treasure trove of horrific stories being told by some of today's best filmmakers and actors called Tales from Beyond the Pale that is just waiting to keep you up at night!
Last summer we told you about Macabre Mansion's audio drama adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's short story "The Fall of the House of Usher", and it's now available for purchase on CD including two bonus commentary tracks featuring stars Kevin Sorbo and Jim O'Rear.
There's no greater guilty pleasure I have than horror themed radio drama. I listened to it all to this very day. The Weird Circle, Lights Out!, Sleep No More, The Hermit's Cave -- all classics and all on heavy rotation in the Creepy household.
As regular readers of the site know, I'm a huge fan of radio drama, audio horror, or whatever you want to call it so you can bet my ears perked up when an email about Macabre Mansion's audio drama adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's
As everyone reading the site knows, I'm a huge fan of old school radio drama so this latest news that Larry Fessenden's Glass Eye Pix is launching a new genre audio program entitled "Tales from Beyond the Pale" is music to my ears!