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Author : Liam Hogan Narrator : Ant Bacon Host : Alasdair Stuart Audio Producer : Chelsea Davis Discuss on Forums PseudoPod 815: Stinkpit is a PseudoPod original. Ben Wheatley interview A Field in England trailer Under the Earth trailer John Arnold’s ... more
Author : Alfred McLelland Burrage Narrator : Marc Burrows Host : Alasdair Stuart Audio Producer : Chelsea Davis Discuss on Forums “The Green Scarf” originally appeared in The London Magazine, August 1926 When the Wellingford family became extinct the... more
Author : Mário Coelho Narrator : Bryce Dahle Host : M. M. Schill Audio Producer : Chelsea Davis Discuss on Forums PseudoPod 813: A Belly Full of Spiders is a PseudoPod original. Alone in a dark basement, Davey’s learned to do much without his eyes. H... more
Love the podcast but I will NEVER listen to another episode narrated by Lois Tate. She reads like she’s drunk and in need of antipsychotics. I wanted to finish the episode but, my god, it was torturous.
It’s almost inevitable given the size and scope of the podcast, but this podcast features some of the best horror content out there. The variable, but consistently skillful work of the authors and narrators involved is consistently delightful, and Stuart’s commentary always recontextualizes the works in interesting ways. I listened to the recommended best-of episodes on the Pseudopod website, which are great, but as I’ve started my listen-through “cover to cover,” I’m amazed by the nonexistent d... more
Mathematically speaking, you can’t succeed every time. And yet, Pseudopod does. A variety of stories, yet each a horror in its own way, with context to help hammer home the fear. I don’t know how they do it, but I hope they keep going for a long, long time.
A fantastic show, started listening more and more in 2020. If you seek a massive podcast library of horror, this is certainly a podcast for you.
Why are all fiction audio sources ran by liberals? I guess they are more prone to fantasy; FYI the many on the right wing are much more progressive than you will ever know; put government aside just blame the human race
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PseudoPod launched 16 years ago and published 300 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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