Deep in the serene forest of Silverwood, California, a monster from another dimension is desperate for the human blood it needs to return home. What begins as a relaxing week in the woods for two groups of campers—employees on a corporate retreat and a Cub Scout troop—turns into a hellish ordeal when a mysterious dark force lurking among the trees preys on their most violent impulses. A rustic getaway featuring evil whispering trees, a teddy bear-clutching child laughing at your pain, and a malevolent otherworldly presence terrorizing the campground? Welcome to the most terrifying wilderness trip of your lives, campers. Based on Silverwood by Tony E. Valenzuela, Silverwood is a Realm production written by Brian Keene, Richard Chizmar, Stephen Kozeniewski, and the Sisters of Slaughter — Michelle Garza and Melissa Lason. Listen away. For more shows like this, visit Realm.fm
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Hey do you wanna listen to American Horror Story - The Happening? DON'T. Please do not listen to this absolute garbage trash can dumpster fire of a podcast. This was a hate-listen. It didn't make sense. There were CONSTANT continuity errors. It was literally like a new writer just picked up in the middle of a paragraph and didn't bother reading anything that was written before that. Nothing is done well. Absolutely nothing. Dialogue? Sucks. Plot? Lol nope. Characters? Boring.
trying to give this show a chance… but very woke… you can have a story without focusing on evils of men and intersectional hierarchies
Took a couple episodes to pull me in, but I’m very glad I stuck with it!
Canceled my Realm subscription. Couldn’t get through the first episode. Look, I don’t care what you’re beliefs are, but I’m TRYING to escape worldly matters for a little bit. I want to be entertained, not preached to. Glad I was only on monthly subscription.
Too much narrating
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Silverwood launched a year ago and published 14 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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