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Undercooked Analysis began with a simple idea: no script, no plan, and no filters as Creepypasta is put to literary scrutiny. Every Tuesday, join some mixture of David, Allen, Kaela and/or an ever-changing roster of guests as they attempt to make their way through whatever the internet throws at them. No story is safe from their raw feedback and inane banter.

Undercooked Analysis David King & Creative Horror

    • Comedy
    • 4.8, 21 Ratings

Undercooked Analysis began with a simple idea: no script, no plan, and no filters as Creepypasta is put to literary scrutiny. Every Tuesday, join some mixture of David, Allen, Kaela and/or an ever-changing roster of guests as they attempt to make their way through whatever the internet throws at them. No story is safe from their raw feedback and inane banter.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

MarxDa1 ,

Hit or Miss Stories, Guests and Hosts

For the most part, the stories presented here can be funny, interesting and otherwise entertaining. There are some overlaps with other CreepyPasta readings on other media (e.g. YouTube narrators, podcast narrators, etc.) and it is refreshing to see stories here that are otherwise read seriously by other narrators. In terms of analysis, there are some good viewpoints and feedback that, in my opinion, are good teachable moments for aspiring or developing writers. Also, the hosts on this podcast here are apparently familiar with Night Mind, who I highly recommend over these hosts for reasons that will be explained soon.

The reason why I would recommend and respect Night Mind over the hosts on this podcasts is connected to the biggest flaws on this show: the show’s structure and the hosts’ professionalism. While the structure is there, as the hosts often mention things such as cold openings, the hosts often don’t adhere to it. They mention how they are drinking or banter in cold openings to set up in-jokes that get repeated so often it becomes obnoxious. The drinking part is annoying because it’s unnecessary to talk about: it adds nothing to the analysis other than questioning the hosts’ validity and judgment as time goes on. Secondly, the in-jokes, set-ups and banter feel like they stretch out way too long. More importantly, it feels like I’m overhearing people circlejerk about their interests while I sit there and patiently wait for them to finish and get to the point.

I feel these shouldn’t detract from the work that the hosts do. I listen to Midnight Marinara, and I’m disappointed that the hosts don’t continue that project as regular any more. I understand that some people enjoy banter or probably play this in the background. I also understand that shows like this are easier to make, and it may be a method to brainstorm project ideas.

I get it. I really do.

Furthermore, there are genuinely funny moments from certain hosts, though, I say this with all due respect, some are funnier and less obnoxious than others. These funny moments typically come from observations in the narrative, are not repeated after they are told once, are not interspersed with yelling and adding profanities, and are generally not connected to a hosts’ shilling of other projects.

As an end note, I hope the hosts are doing well. I wish them the best, as some hosts have mentioned they are CSULB alumni, a history I share with some of them.

JPeterman91 ,

Listen to this show!

If you haven’t started listening to UCA yet what are you doing with your life? This show is fantastic, fun and just a good time. The cast is wonderful and it really feels like sitting down with a group of good friends each week! Listen to this and all of the other Creative Horror shows, you will not regret it!

TheWhiteWerewolf ,

My #1 favorite Podcast

I've been listening to this podcast since the early days, and they have never once dissapointed. Between the hilarious banter, the amusing memes, and the entertaining personalities, if you're looking for something that can improve your writing and love of creepypasta without taking itself too seriously- you've got it right here. It deserves way more stars than what I'm allowed to give.

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