Terrorists celebrate! (Err… We’re sorry, we mean “fans of horror.”)
If you love bloodletting, screaming, shrieking and near (and a little past near) scrapes with death, then this is your month to tune into Radio Drama Revival. In the 2nd-annual fright-fest leading up to a 2-hour Halloween special, we dig through the horrifying vaults of modern audio to come up with the eeriest tales to chill your spine.
10/9 – 19 Nocturne Boulevard Presents “Making Book” – What is so interesting about this book that a rare antique dealer in New York will pay five figures for it while insisting that no one open it first?
10/16 – Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater‘s “The Buoy,” Part 1 – Pit and the Pendulum creep you out? Then tune in for this horror masterpiece by our neighbors on the Massachusetts coast. Edward Wolcott is an innocent tourist abducted from his motel room, taken by boat, and strapped to a large sea buoy in the Woods Hole Passage. His strange night bobbing alone at sea turns into one of sheer terror, when he realizes the current is slowly dragging the buoy under.
10/23 – Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater’s “The Buoy,” Part 2 – Conclusion of “The Buoy.”
10/30 – Interview with Horror Master Joe Lansdale – Author of dozens of novels of derelict Texas towns and frights of the imagination, Joe Lansdale joins us to talk about the making of the audio drama adaptation of “God of the Razor” and his latest novel, “Leather Maiden.”
10/31 – 9-11 PM, HALLOWEEN SPECIAL – The gates to hell roll back again in the second annual Radio Drama Revival Halloween Horror Special. Put the kids away and hear the most spine-chilling, gut-wrenching stories ever to be adapted into audio, and keep your ears open for a special live theater event.
Listeners online will be able to stream it ONLY at WMPG — I will rush to get this out on the ‘pod as quickly as possible but it probably won’t be until the witching hour on All Saint’s Day…