Created by Matt Fowler. The Veil is a new sci-fi/ horror audio-drama anthology. It is along the vein of beloved, dark, cutting-edge sci-fi series like The Twilight Zone and Black Mirror. Each episode contains fully immersive soundscapes, original score, star-studded cast, and each script is written by a standout team of gifted writers from all over the world. This dark and twisted audio- drama is sure to titillate the depths of your otherwise dormant imaginations and leave you questioning the very concept of reality. Tune in every other Thursday for new episodes.
All 15 episodes in this season run between 20-35 mins in length.
We Do Not Negotiate with Terrorists
Inside The White House tensions are running high. The leader of the free world is about to meet some very interesting and dangerous friends. This is the season one finale of... The Veil.
Based on the short story by Josh Mabie.
The Deep Part 2
In the dramatic conclusion of this two part special, Dr. Janelle Howard and Captain Maria Neves are faced with a choice that could alter the future of the human race. Welcome back to Europa.
The Deep - Part 1
In part one of this two part special, Humanity's search for life continues in an alien ocean. The Gilidus Nuntius submarine is your vessel. Dr. Janelle Howard and Captain Maria Neves are your guides. Welcome to Europa.
Once Bitten, Twice Shy
After contracting a strange virus at his bachelor party, Vince finds out the hard way that Las Vegas is more than just the city of sin.
A young woman suffering severe anxiety tries out a sensory deprivation tank. But the darkness is anything but tranquil.
The Questing Beast
Two Americans on a motorcycle trip through Ireland wind up in small pub during a thunderstorm, and become intrigued by a local legend.
Twilight zone/Black Mirror-ish
Not bad… some stories/writing/acting better than others but really good sound, effects and quality. Hope there’s a S2
Some episodes are better than others. But once you start you can’t stop listening.
Wasn’t expecting this
So I didn’t know this was a bunch of short stories. In the small amount of time given to each of these, they prove immersive, with the voice acting, sound, and script. I just wish they were longer, I would get really into them and then they were over. 62/10 would recommend.