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Well, the New Year is here and it's going to be an exciting year for fans of FANGORIA'S DREADTIME STORIES! 2012 will bring you 12 new episodes of FANGORIA'S DREADTIME STORIES with your host, Malcolm McDowell.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with this series - here's the scoop: FANGORIA'S DREADTIME STORIES is a new-time radio drama series produced in the flavor of classic radio from the 1930's, 40's and 50's but using today's state-of-the-art digital technology. Each and every month a new 45-minute episode will be available for you to hear anytime you'd like just by logging on to the Fangoria website at www.fangoria.com and streaming the episode for FREE (the streams contain a few national commercials).
Each episode will 'thrill you and chill you' but I warn you: these radio dramas are not for the feint of heart. We recommend that persons under the age of 14 stay away! Although these episodes are meant to amuse and exercise your imagination - they can be quite scary, shocking and include adult language and adult situations. FANGORIA'S DREADTIME STORIES are hosted by the one and only Malcolm McDowell. They are written by top writers of today and include full casts (often featuring Hollywood celebrities), movie-quality sound effects and original music scores by Fangoria's Editor-in-Chief and accomplished composer, Chris Alexander.
I hope you had a chance to hear "A Fungus Among Us" last month. It was available for you to stream throughout the month of December absolutely FREE. If you missed streaming it for free, you can still digitally-download it (and other past episodes) to any listening device for only $1.99 each. "A Fungus Among Us" and all past shows are available for digital-download at our site indefinitely. The digital-downloads are commercial free with extended scenes (the director's cut). And don't forget that the radio drama scripts of current and past episodes are available for you to print PDF copies for FREE. These are the same scripts used by Malcolm McDowell and the actors. Print your copy and read along.
The entire month of January you can stream/listen to our new FANGORIA'S DREADTIME STORIES for FREE, titled "Wolf" written by Max Allan Collins, creator of "Road to Perdition." This chilling tale is about a modern-day werewolf whose appetite for beautiful young women vacationing at a lodge retreat has guests and workers panic-stricken. It stars Danny Goldring, Natalie Berg, Christian Stolte and many other amazing actors. Your genial host, Malcolm McDowell, guides you through this horrific tale of murder, mystery and mayhem. "Wolf" is also available for digital-download to any listening device for only $1.99.
Next month, you won't want to miss "Living Space" about a young couple who can't believe how 'lucky' they are when they find a luxury high-rise apartment in Manhattan for rent at a 'slashed' price. "Living Space" is written by the incredibly prolific Matthew Elliott. Matthew has written hundreds of scripts for radio drama programs including several for my Twilight Zone series. "Living Space" is the first of many that I hope he'll write for FANGORIA'S DREADTIME STORIES. The stars of this one will be Marshall Allman (HBO's True Blood) and Jamie Anne Allman (AMC's The Killing) with JoBe Cerny as the owner of the apartment building. Of course, Malcolm McDowell will be on hand to narrate our gory little tale. "Living Space" will be available for FREE streaming and digital download on February 1st so don't miss it.
Make sure to tune in to this month's episode of "Wolf" and collect them all, commercial free with extended scenes, via download for only $1.99 each. Thanks for your support and I'll be back next month with my February blog. HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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