86 episodes

Midnight Marinara is a monthly podcast/radio play that serializes Creepypasta stories into full-fledged audio dramas. Whether it's a well-known chiller or a deserving unknown that catches attention, we endeavor to present an entertaining spin on these tales of the macabre. Pour some of this on your Creepypasta come midnight!

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    • 4.4, 8 Ratings

Midnight Marinara is a monthly podcast/radio play that serializes Creepypasta stories into full-fledged audio dramas. Whether it's a well-known chiller or a deserving unknown that catches attention, we endeavor to present an entertaining spin on these tales of the macabre. Pour some of this on your Creepypasta come midnight!

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Thunder980 ,

Guilty Pleasure

Ever since I discovered this podcast it has been my go to content to listen to whenever I’m driving. You can tell the people behind this podcast enjoy their work and love what they do. I was sad when it had been a year since their last episode but it gave me plenty of time to go through their years of content! I was super happy when they posted an episode for this Halloween. The amount of work and love into these projects is clear and makes it that much better the lore and everything.

Syijfhdg ,

The freshest podcast for creepy tales

Both the midnight marinara and undercooked analysis series do a wonderful job of either sending a chill down my spine, making me laugh or even cringe at some of the terrible pastas they read. If you've ever been interested in creepy pasta but could never bring yourself to read them this is the perfect podcast for you.

Sixelsixel ,

Good for what it is: Creepy pasta

If you like creepy pasta or radio plays you will probably enjoy Midnight marinara, most of the voice actors are pretty good, the normal episodes editing, sound fx and musics are surprisingly well implemented.

The uncooked Analysis is alright, I do enjoy that style of talking and picking apart what works and doesn't about creepy pasta but the point of it being 'uncooked' not edited- works against it, especially when conversations go way off tangent, voices are too quiet (so you turn it up) and then too loud (hurting your ears).

Found this podcast through Chad and Aaron of Paranoia Shoppe - also a pretty good show.

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