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PseudoPod 811: No One Really Lives Alone
Author : Lesley Hart Gunn Narrator : Autumn Ivy Host : Alasdair Stuart Audio Producer : Chelsea Davis Discuss on Forums PseudoPod 811: No One Really Lives Alone is a PseudoPod original. No One Really Lives Alone by Lesley Hart Gunn When the priest comes to your house to vanquish your demons, draped in ancient […]
PseudoPod 810: Her Face All Teeth
Author : Greg Stolze Narrators : Dave Robison and Poppy Beaujolais Host : Alasdair Stuart Audio Producer : Chelsea Davis Discuss on Forums PseudoPod 810: Her Face All Teeth is a PseudoPod original. Her Face, All Teeth by Greg Stolze Denny did not want to spy on the confessional, but at the same time, he […]
PseudoPod 809 : A Pearl as Red as Sin
Author : R.A. Busby Narrator : Lois Tate Host : Kaitlyn Zivanovich Audio Producer : Chelsea Davis Discuss on Forums “A Pearl as Red as Sin” originally appeared as “Baby” to open the anthology Good Southern Witches A Pearl as Red as Sin by R. A. Busby The baby bit hard into my flesh and […]
PseudoPod 808: Food Man
Author : Lisa Tuttle Narrator : Kat Day Host : M. M. Schill Audio Producer : Marty Perrett Discuss on Forums “Food Man” was originally published in Crank! and was nominated for an Otherwise Award, known at the time as the Tiptree Award. Food Man by Lisa Tuttle Dinner was the real problem. Mornings, it […]
PseudoPod 807: The Bleak Communion of Abandoned Things
Author : M. A. Blanchard Narrator : Kitty Sarkozy Host : Premee Mohamed Audio Producer : Marty Perrett Discuss on Forums PseudoPod 807: The Bleak Communion of Abandoned Things is a PseudoPod original. The Bleak Communion of Abandoned Things by M. A. Blanchard I accept the house in lieu of a settlement. I don’t want […]
PseudoPod 806 : Garden Empire
Author : Christopher Matson Narrator : Dan Rabarts Host : Scott Campbell Audio Producer : Marty Perrett Discuss on Forums PseudoPod 806 : Garden Empire is a PseudoPod original. Insects, lots of insects Garden Empire by Chris Matson I’d bought the house only the week before, when I was still in possession both of my […]
Probably the best horror podcast of all time?
It’s almost inevitable given the size and scope of the podcast, but this podcast features some of the best horror content out there. The variable, but consistently skillful work of the authors and narrators involved is consistently delightful, and Stuart’s commentary always recontextualizes the works in interesting ways. I listened to the recommended best-of episodes on the Pseudopod website, which are great, but as I’ve started my listen-through “cover to cover,” I’m amazed by the nonexistent drop-off in quality. A must-listen for anyone who engages with horror as a genre in any way shape or form.
No more please
Love the podcast but I will NEVER listen to another episode narrated by Lois Tate. She reads like she’s drunk and in need of antipsychotics. I wanted to finish the episode but, my god, it was torturous.
A Good Story, Well Told. Every Single Time
Mathematically speaking, you can’t succeed every time. And yet, Pseudopod does. A variety of stories, yet each a horror in its own way, with context to help hammer home the fear. I don’t know how they do it, but I hope they keep going for a long, long time.