Sunday, September 27, 2015
I play Dustin James, who gets a job as a radio DJ in the 1980's, when he discovers there might be something weird going on with his late night shift, or maybe the radio station itself. He meets a beautiful young woman, and at one point gets a stack of records with a warning on them: Do not play backwards. Three guesses as to what he does next.
Check it out at this here LINK, or go to Campfireradiotheater dot Podbean and listen to them all (like I did).
Thursday, September 10, 2015
After missing it last year, Rish tried extra hard to get to San Diego for Comic-Con this year. Was this year any different?
You can Right Click HERE and select Save Link As, to save the file to your hard drive.
Sunday, September 6, 2015
Best Speculative Fiction Story: Large Cast (Short Form) - "Last Contact" by Rish Outfield and Bigg Anklevich— The Parsec Awards (@parsecawards) September 6, 2015
I think the best part about it is we not only put together the show but we also got it for a story that we wrote ourselves. And better yet, this story beat out our other nomination that was a story written by Rish alone. Just goes to show that we are better as a team...right? That is what it shows, right? Someone please agree...
Congrats to all involved. Especially Clay Dugger who produced the episode.
Friday, September 4, 2015
Erdelac wrote something that, in my experience, is totally unique. It is a Biblical horror story. I remember, a few years back, Big and I got to work on what I believe was an episode of "The Way of the Buffalo" which was basically a horror tale about a malevolent Jesus Christ (like the one in Carrie White's little prayer/punishment room). That's the closest thing I can think of to "Woods of Ephraim."
It's a scary tale with a bunch of Biblical names about the death of Absalom, the son of King David, and the army that is pursuing him. The tale begins with the ominous scripture 2 Samuel 18:8: "For the battle was there spread over the face of all the country, and the forest devoured more people that day than the sword." That's pretty fitting, actually.
The names were a challenge, and I really might have done a better job separating the characters into different voices, but what are you gonna do?
Anyway, I dug it, and here's the link.