It’s 1996: cell phones are a fantasy, JNCO jeans are in style, and there are monsters in the American wilds. In the town of Revenant, Alaska—just north of the Arctic circle and just south of the nation’s most untamed national park—three women from wildly different walks of life must come together in the face of monstrous beasts, unsavory politicians, and their own dangerous secrets in order to unite their community and discover the truth about a magic that just might save them all. Let’s play Monster of the Week!
LOSERS: A Love Story - Part 16
This ends here.
LOSERS: A Love Story - Part 15
This is It. No turning back.
LOSERS: A Love Story - Part 14
Stop us if you've heard this one before--seven Losers walk into a house...and the thing that lives there is determined to make sure they never leave. Separated, scattered, and splintered, our heroes are given every reason to turn back. What happens if they don't?
LOSERS: A Love Story - Part 13
Memories found and moments lost, the Losers are awakened to learn of Bill's plan of action. With totem in hand, they try to catch up with him and set their sights to the place they've all tried to forget.
The house on Neibolt is on the horizon, and Pennywise is waiting for them.
LOSERS: A Love Story - Part 12
Adrift and burdened by conscience, Bill strikes out on his own to find the last ritual object--and to close the cycle, at any cost.
This is the story of the guilty and the paper boat.
LOSERS: A Love Story - Part 11
The Losers find their way back to each other as the events of the day settle into place. In the calm before the storm, there is light and love and a brief moment to hold happiness in their hands--but one totem is still missing. And even as our heroes remember themselves in Derry, the world outside hasn't forgotten them.
Losers: A Love Story
I’ll be honest, I haven’t checked out the rest of the podcast and only got into the IT game, but if you are a fan of IT and felt personally victimized by the book and movies, this little game is a salve for your broken soul. It is charming and delightfully funny and has moments that genuinely hurt and made me feel for all the characters. You can feel the love and heart these players have for their characters and each other as they pour themselves into the story. Also the sound editing beautifully sets the scene and none of the sound effects feel awkward or out of place, but gently slip you into the horror of Derry.
Fans of IT, I cannot recommend this little oneshot more.
Need more dog sounds!
Great podcast. But please stop avoiding so many dog sounds! Dogs are great and make sounds and they deserve air time on all podcasts!
Everyone is penny wise and Ryan is Ryan thank you bye