Starting this week, fans of the radio anthology series Suspense will be able to hear new versions of their favorite classics broadcast on Sirius XM BookRadio 80 two nights a week.
This latest bit of news should be music to the ears of all our readers who enjoy a bit of horror radio now and again. Blue Hours Productions is reviving the classic radio anthology series Suspense, and it will begin airing on SiriusXM Satellite Radio this fall.
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.
With As Darkness Falls... set to premiere in just over a month, John C. Alsadek of Blue Hours Productions dropped us a line to let us know they are hard at work preparing for the horror anthology show’s second season, which includes some guest stars genre fans should be pretty excited about.
The first trailer for As Darkness Falls, a 30-minute horror radio anthology series in the tradition of such classic old-time radio fare as Inner Sanctum, Lights Out!, and CBS Radio Mystery Theater, is now available from Blue Hours Productions.
You may remember from back in November, 2009 an anthology series called As Darkness Falls created by John Alsedek. It has been picked up for distribution by publisher Speaking Volumes, but that's just the beginning. Now Alsedek is taking aim at the TV market with three different series currently being pitched, all of which would be filmed in high contrast black & white.
We've been waiting for an update on As Darkness Falls, a hybrid television/radio horror anthology series, for some time now, and we recently learned that it will be making its debut on Time Warner Cable in Southern California on Wednesday, November 11th, at 11:30 pm PST.
Those of you pining for the days of anthology horror a la The Twilight Zone or The Outer Limits might have a reason to rejoice. Beginning on July 3rd, you can see whether or not As Darkness Falls measures up to its peers.