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Back from the Dead: Dreadtime Stories Returns THIS FRIDAY!

Remember Dreadtime Stories? It was a feature we ran a while back that showcased authors reading their original works of fiction to you, our dear readers. It’s been a while since we’ve had one, and we’ve decided to bring it back in an all new format!

That’s right, kids! Just in time for Halloween weekend Dreadtime Stories will return not as a reading but as a full blown slice of Thirties and Forties inspired radio horror drama complete with voice actors, creepy sound effects, and lots and lots of vintage brand horror! From there you can expect a new terror tale every two weeks. Sound a bit kooky? Of course it is! We think you’re gonna love it!

The resurrection of this long-missed feature has been spearheaded by our own Scott Johnson of Cold Spots fame along with a talented group of actors and friends. Look for full credits when the first episode debuts this Friday!

In the interim check out the official Dreadtime Stories Facebook page here, which is riddled with pictures from the recording sessions and follow @dreadtimestrys on Twitter!

Back from the Dead: Dreadtime Stories Returns THIS FRIDAY!

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  • Masked Slasher

    I agree with what’s been said.

    Turn off the lights and turn UP your speakers and let your imagination run wild.

    Dreadtime Stories takes us back to the horror of yesterday, and it’s an absolute blast to hear it.

  • avjoe

    Sweet! I got a little taste of the first and second episode and as a big RKO Theater fan (cue wobbily metal sheet to mimic Thunder) I frikkin’ LOVED them! Picture CREEPSHOW as an audiobook and you’ll get the idea kiddies! Seriously, this is one awesome treat you’ll play over and over till your ipod melts like the phone in THE GATE. Great stuff guys!

    More please.

    Staying Scary,
    Joe Lynch

  • Arnold Hendricks

    I look forward to this. It’s Halloween week and I’m in the mood. Bring on the scary stuff! Go ahead, scare the hell out of me. Your mind can become this really dark graveyard that anticipates the creepy things that can happen in a story or a movie. I’m ready.recensioni