What happened at the Observatory? Who is Dr. Bruknenko? What is in those core samples?
And, most importantly…
Where is Jimmy Curtains?
Jimmy is finally prepared to tell DI Chisholm about the Observatory.
Jimmy's full confession to DI Chisholm about the events at the Observatory.
Millicent June recalls a particularly sordid horror in this episode.
She tells us of a house of ill dimension and of the lurid grief that occupies its malleable spaces. She tells of Bobby and her grandmother; of oranges and pine.
This is the penultimate episode of Delivery, a horror podcast. The audio drama that pulls you in intimately and slowly pulls back the drapes on a horrific and bleak world.
11. Chastity pt. 2
Private Investigator Chastity Wilcox tells Jimmy Curtains about that last run in Richmond.
The final delivery before she left for New Jersey.
DI Stephen Chisholm has something important to tell rogue journalist, Mark H.
Mark H. inquires if DI Chisholm has any additional information on the deep ice mine in Nunavut.
Something about the core samples. Something off.
We listen to 3 old messages from Dr. Sergei Bruknenko's answering service at the _____ Institute.
Anna V. pleads with the good doctor regarding her son Danny.
Bruce F. requests to change his appointment date and laments his dreams.
Katherine Skreebles reports, once again, to the doctor about her husband and his personality shifts.
10. Chastity pt. 1
Jimmy visits Chastity Wilcox in her Motel room to discuss the old crew. She preps Jimmy for a whopper after timelining the fate of their old coworker Brian. Another snippet from Bruknenko's little lecture on liminality burst through the ether and Jimmy gets one last message from his ex.
09. 20 Questions
Marilyn’s exit interview at the ______ Institute takes a dark turn as she reveals the inner workings of both Dr. Bruknenko’s mind and the institute itself.
This one Hits.
Much like the show, theres a lot to say in this review. Delivery is a lot to chew on the first bite. You are immediately thrust into a cacophony of enigmatic motifs fitting of a modern day lovecraft story.
However, in essence, this is true horror. The crushing weight of being forced to face the unknown. You’re immediately left with an impression of hopelessness, and grasping at straws to understand what’s going on.
What is coupled with fear? Our desire to understand. It’s this enticing bait dangled in front of you that keeps you locked into this show.
Delivery “delivers” a Kaleidoscope of surrealism, horror, and mystery. Married to expert sound design (particularly the use of sub frequencies to induce anxiety) and quick paced scenes that stop on a dime for expositions and dialogue.
You won’t immediately understand what’s going on, but you’ll immediately want more. This wild ride is one of the most immersive experiences I’ve ever had the pleasure of listening to.
One of the best horror podcasts I’ve ever heard. Manages to expertly maintain a sense of dread throughout, almost like you’re listening to something you’re not supposed to hear.
Very Binge Worthy!
Totally binge worthy. These quick epidodes are very intriguing. The delievery stories are merely the tip of the iceberg! Great story telling and excellent production value. I am in!