At Your Peril
With Halloween events being cancelled all over, and more parts of the UK going into local lockdowns, horror lovers everywhere must be clamouring for something to satisfy their dark cravings for fear and tension. We recently sat down down and started to listen to several of the stand along stories in this new horror anthology podcast.
Although the shows are individual stories, they aren't just someone reading a story or script, but in fact, are presented in a radio play format that involve multiple actors, sound effects and more.
We have enjoyed several of the stories now, and must commend the team on the production values throughout. That, combined with the interesting and unusual topics makes for great spooky listening. The stories all cover a range of themes from serial killers, vampires, ghosts and even the Yeti, but like any good anthology series, the stories all stand alone, yet complement each other perfectly as a collective.
So, if you are looking for some chills this Halloween and cant get out the house - why not tune into At Your Peril?
"At Your Peril is a podcast anthology series that tells spooky stories for adults. Deliciously dark and frighteningly funny, each episode is a brand new original story by creators Arthur McBain and Owen Jenkins.
Arthur McBain is a TV actor and children’s author. He recently starred as Alex Myer in ITV’s ‘The Trouble With Maggie Cole’ alongside Dawn French, ABC TV’s multi award winning mini-series ‘Friday On My Mind’ and Academy Award winning movie ‘Judy’ with Renee Zellweger. His debut children’s book, ‘In The Dead Of The Night’, was released in October 2019 and is currently published in three languages. He is also an ambassador for the New Scientist Magazine.
Owen Jenkins is an actor, writer and director. He is artistic director of award-winning theatre companies, FacePlant and DeadPlant, who’s credits include critically acclaimed horror comedies ‘The Service’ and ‘The Milkman Cometh’. He starred in the international tour of David Walliams’ ‘First Hippo on the Moon’ and David Baddiel’s ‘ANIMALCOM’. Amongst other credits, he directed ‘A New Coat for Christmas’ at the Oxford Playhouse. "
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