The AudioComics Company presents classic tales to terrify in wide scream… HORRORSCOPE!
The short works of Poe, Bradbury and Hautala are now full cast “short films” for your mind as The AudioComics Company expands beyond the worlds of comics and graphic novels with their new Horrorscopes series.
Available exclusively through the AudioComics Webstore, Horrorscopes is a ten-part audio drama series featuring full-cast adaptations of classic and world-premiere horror short stories, directed by AudioComics co-founder William Dufris, and hosted by “The Lady in Black” (Kristina Balbo, voice of “Erotica Ann 333” from Starstruck). And here’s the best part: every episode of Season 1 is only $0.99!
Update (3/25/2013): The AudioComics Company was saddened to learn of the sudden passing of horror writer Rick Hautala on March 22, 2013. In honor of Rick, 100% of the net proceeds from downloads of “The Nephews” will go to his widow, Holly Hautala.
HORRORSCOPES SEASON ONE
THE NEPHEWS by Rick Hautala (who also provides an introduction to the series)
THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO by Edgar Allan Poe
THE WIND by Ray Bradbury
THE DERELICT by William Hope Hodgson
THE CABIN IN THE WOODS by Clay T. Graybeal*
THE DOOR BELOW by Hugh B. Cave
THE HORROR OF WALKER POINT by Anthony Marino*
THE TELL-TALE HEART by Edgar Allan Poe
THE STATEMENT OF RANDOLPH CARTER by HP Lovecraft
Our season finale is a special free episode, HOLLYWOOD ENDING! (adapted from the classic comics series Tales from the Crypt)
Horrorscopes features the vocal talents of: EILEEN AVERY, PAUL DRINAN, MICHAEL DUFFY, WILLIAM DUFRIS, MARK FRIEDLANDER, DEBORAH HALL, CLAUDIA HUGHES, DAVID LAGRAFFE, CHRISTINE MARSHALL, DAVE MARSHALL, WENDY POOLE, THOMAS POWER, CHRISTOPHER PRICE, MICHAEL RAFKIN, RICK SOLOMON, JENNYWREN WALKER, and KRISTINA BALBO as The Lady in Black.
Director/Sound Design: WILLIAM DUFRIS
Incidental Music Composed/Arranged by: BILLY BRUSH, RHONDA CARLSEN, LEAH EUGEN, and FRANK SCHULMEYER
Recorded at, and Post Production by: MIND’S EYE PRODUCTIONS
(*denotes a world premiere production)