109 episodes

11th Hour Audio offers a chilling collection of horror audio dramas that will send shivers down your spine. Each episode is a meticulously crafted piece of terror, designed to transport listeners into a world of suspense and supernatural dread. With a diverse community of audio producers, designers, and voice talent, 11th Hour Audio Productions conjures up an anthology of stories that range from gothic nightmares to modern macabre. The podcast features gripping narratives, exceptional acting, clever sound effects, and haunting music that together create an immersive listening experience. Join the legion of horror fiction aficionados and let 11th Hour Audio Productions be your guide to the darkest depths of audio storytelling.

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    • 4.4 • 29 Ratings

11th Hour Audio offers a chilling collection of horror audio dramas that will send shivers down your spine. Each episode is a meticulously crafted piece of terror, designed to transport listeners into a world of suspense and supernatural dread. With a diverse community of audio producers, designers, and voice talent, 11th Hour Audio Productions conjures up an anthology of stories that range from gothic nightmares to modern macabre. The podcast features gripping narratives, exceptional acting, clever sound effects, and haunting music that together create an immersive listening experience. Join the legion of horror fiction aficionados and let 11th Hour Audio Productions be your guide to the darkest depths of audio storytelling.

    • video
    in Just-

    in Just-

    "in Just-" is an experimental audio piece that delves into the enigmatic character of the Balloon Man from e.e. cummings' poem. This dark and atmospheric work explores the duality of the Balloon Man, presenting him as both a figure of joy and a harbinger of unease, depending on one's perspective.

    It invites listeners to experience the delicate balance between whimsy and menace, innocence and potential danger. This audio piece is a testament to the power of sound and narrative to evoke complex emotions and provoke thought.

    • 2 min
    • video
    Meat Wagon

    Meat Wagon

    Originally written for Creepy's 31 Days of Horror, Meat Wagon is the tale of a rain-soaked traveler who finds what he needs in a quiet South Jersey town. There are a few embellishments, sure… But Meat Wagon contains some very real characters and events. Written, narrated, and sound designed by Owen McCuen.

    • 22 min
    • video
    Creature Feature - Your Life In Our Hands

    Creature Feature - Your Life In Our Hands

    Cornucopia Radio's Peter Beeston brings us another delightful morsel.  If you'll just sign here, we'll commence with the story.  Press hard.

    • 16 min
    • video
    Creature Feature of the Month - Julie Hoverson's Please Ouija Please

    Creature Feature of the Month - Julie Hoverson's Please Ouija Please

    Julie Hoverson pays us a visit with a Short SHarp Shock production that reminds you to be carefule what you wish for.

    Please Ouija Please

    * Griswold – Tom Taverna
    * Maude – Nila Hagood
    * Edgar – Boyd Barrett
    * Winifrid – Julie Hoverson
    * Nurse 1 – Rhys Torres
    * Nurse 2 – Eleiece Krawiec
    * News 1 – Greg Allensworth
    * News 2 – Regan Lussier

    • 8 min
    • video
    Ladies and Gentlmen, The Automatics

    Ladies and Gentlmen, The Automatics

    Ladies And Gentlemen, The Automatics was performed by  
    Vince Friel as Max Engels
    Jefrey Wilkerson as Mr. Noise
    Bryan Lincoln as Jared Crespy
    Robert Cudmore as Catfish McLean
    Jill Knapp as Cindy Holzer
    Ted Harris as Nylarahotep A

    dditional voices were provided by Lindsay Harris Friel and Vincent Friel.

    Written by Lindsay Harris Friel, based on the stories and poetry of H. P. Lovecraft.  

    Music and sound design by Vincent Friel.  For more information, visit our website at 6630productions.com.

    • 48 min
    • video
    ink&shadows

    ink&shadows

    Delve into the mind of Jimmy Murray, a former fiction writer, famous for his Trish Hunter series. Jimmy now showcases modern audio fiction on his radio show. Despite his popularity, Jimmy harbors deep resentment towards his listeners, fellow writers, and himself. One fateful day, as Jimmy leaves the radio station, he finds himself inexplicably transported into a nightmarish realm that mirrors the horrifying stories he once penned...and the final girl he forced to endure his twisted stories.

    About the cast:
    Daniel Penz (Jimmy) is an American voice actor known for his deep, rich, and professional voice-overs, narrations, and characterizations in various audio-books, anime, and video games. With over 30 years of industry experience, he has worked with numerous renowned clients such as Audible.com, FUNimation Entertainment, and several others, contributing to a wide range of projects. Apart from his exemplary voice acting skills, Daniel is also a two-time Emmy Award-winning video editor and producer, having created content for organizations like CBS, JCPenney, and PBS.

    Crystal Storm (Trish) initially wanted to be a lawyer but ended up not attending classes in college and was asked not to return. Years later, she decided to change her thinking and began pursuing a career in the arts. She has written novels, hosted a podcast, and is involved in voice acting, voice directing, and writing for the Tales Network. Crystal also enjoys playing video games and tabletop games on Twitch.

    This podcast also featured the incredible talents of Nicole Fikes, Matthew Boudreau, and Owen McCuen, and excerpts from other works by Matthew Boudreau featuring Patrick Pizzolorusso, Sophia Howes, John Bell, G. Anton Moore, Gyda Arber, and Christianne Greiert.

    Warning: This podcast contains elements of psychological horror and sexually suggestive scenes. As always, 11th Hour material may not be suitable for sensitive listeners.

    • 35 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

Ginger FRgas ,

Worth the wait

I look forward to this collection each year. And each year they are better. I love the thematic connection but also how many unique tales they perform. Great production quality, fun, and something to look forward to in the fall. Subscribe and listen now!

CallMeErnie or BigErn ,

Not Good.

1 Star is generous. This is another bad horror podcast in an oversaturated market of horrible horror.

nom_nom_nom_de_plum ,

Just pass on by

Mediocre short horror fiction that, even when it’s good, gets ruined by the mid roll ads that have no transition. You’re listening to a story and just as you vaguely get interested BAM suddenly a perky voice with snappy background music is talking about Taco Bell or some crap.

Good job whoever makes these decisions! Will totally recommend..unsubscribing

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