Tragedy forced Doctor Xander Crowe down the dark pathways of the occult, and the man was forever transformed. Now, chasing the vision of a drowned woman, Crowe finds himself in the haunted town of Wormwood, where evils lurks in the shadows and stains the souls of its inhabitants. Welcome to Wormwood.
Wormwood Presents: Sparrow & Crowe Update #2
In which Dave returns to update the audience on the progress made in the Kickstarter campaign and to announce some new rewards designed for our longtime fans — including a VERY limited run of the Wormwood Music Soundtrack! Subscribe in iTunes. Visit sparrowandcrowe.com for more about the Sparrow and Crowe comic book! Copyright 2011 Habit Forming Films, […]
Wormwood Announces Sparrow and Crowe – the comic book!
In which Dave returns to fire up the podcastin’ tubes, announcing the next step in the adventures of Sparrow and Crowe, which needs YOUR HELP to become a reality! Subscribe in iTunes. Visit sparrowandcrowe.com for more about the Sparrow and Crowe comic book! Copyright 2011 Habit Forming Films, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Sparrow and Crowe: The […]
Wormwood and the Final Postmortem – Part Four
In which Jeremy and Dave sit down with members of the Wormwood cast to discuss what it’s like to perform Wormwood and to answer your listener questions. Featuring Rob Grindlinger, Peter Dirksen, Dave Johnston, Ben Boodman, Nicole Rayburn, and Briony James. (Right click on icon and save to download to your desktop.) Subscribe in iTunes. […]
Wormwood and the Final Postmortem – Part Three
In which Jeremy and Dave continue their roundtable discussion with Tiffiny, Rob, and Paul about their experience with the series and answer your listener questions, including the big one: “what’s next?” Part Two of Two. (Right click on icon and save to download to your desktop.) Subscribe in iTunes. Copyright 2010 Habit Forming Films, LLC. […]
Wormwood and the Final Postmortem – Part Two
In which Jeremy and Dave sit down with Tiffiny, Rob, and Paul to discuss their experience with the series, talk about what went on behind-the-scenes in the writers’ room, and to tease what might come next. Part One of Two. (Right click on icon and save to download to your desktop.) Subscribe in iTunes. Copyright […]
Wormwood and the Final Postmortem – Part One
In which Jeremy and Dave thank the listeners for 3+ years and then tease what’s next. (Right click on icon and save to download to your desktop.) Subscribe in iTunes. Copyright 2010 Habit Forming Films, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Don’t judge too quickly
I typically give series 3 episodes before I decide if I want to continue listening and, honestly, I almost stopped and deleted the whole thing before I got through the first episode. I’m glad I continued through, though. It took me until about the end of the 3rd episode, but I got hooked. Definitely a good story to have in your catalogue if you go through them quickly.
Don’t let first impressions turn you off
This is one series I thought wasn’t for me, seems disjointed and not my cup of tea. Luckily for me, I ended up coming back to it a few weeks later and by the 2nd or 3rd episode it started coming together. After that I listened to nothing but this until I tore through every episode and found myself in withdrawal. A phenomenal supernatural story I recommend to friends regularly. At least give it 3 episodes before deciding for yourself
Hilariously Confounding and Farcical
I love this show, but for no reason.
1. The lack of extras is hilarious because you can obviously tell it’s just the regular actors doing bad voices.
2. The voice of the librarian is stupid and she sounds like she’s in a porn 24/7.
3. The audio production is sometimes painful. Loud noises will come out of nowhere and blast your eardrums.
4. The character writing is actually pretty decent, and you can really quickly root for the people in the story, like the Sheriff, Dr. Crowe, and Jimmy Details.
5. The story writing is nonsensical and almost impossible to follow from episode to episode. Just go along for the ride and wait until the postmortems to understand anything.
6. The podcast is best illustrated as an occult Riverdale. Just laugh at it and enjoy the aesthetics.