Any day you tune in, you'll find some of the best audio drama ever produced! Here are the kinds of exciting shows each day holds in store...
Sundays, we bring you science-fiction from the golden age, as well as more recent original works and adaptations from sci-fi film and literature.
The best of mystery and detective fiction, from locked-room to hard-boiled, as well as a dose of one of your favorites, CBS Radio Mystery Theater.
Frights to turn your skin pale and your hair white. Trés chic!
Putting the "Wha...?" back in weird. Menacing monsters and unnameable forces make the middle of the week hellacious.
Suspense, mystery, action and intrigue... and anything else we can pack in a single day!
A line-up showcasing stories from the series Escape!, as well as similar tales of terror and suspense.
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It's a cruel, cruel summer, as Bananarama would have told you. So much going on, so much not.
Terrible as it may seem, there are other things that are taking a lot of my time, and the Realms has suffered. By extension, fans of the Realms have had to deal with inferior presentations of their favorite shows on *sniff* other stations.
Would, that I could tell you that your suffering was at an end. Sadly, no. These are interesting times for the Pilgrim and the Shadowy Realms ("interesting" as in the Chinese curse). We'll be back as soon as we can, but—for now—we'll have to direct you to some of the other fine purveyors of audio Horror, Mystery and Suspense available around the web. I ask only that you keep listening, keep enjoying and stay Shadowy.
Until we meet again, peace.
This is another remake of the 1956 film based on the 1954 novel by Jack Finney that sounds a bit like the 1951 Heinlein novel The Puppet Masters. Hmm.
The 1951 Robert Heinlein novel's concept of an alien parasite taking over a human being has been used by numerous movies and TV shows, ever since.
No pods, no puppets. Just Charlie Sheen, before most of the crazy stuff. Oh, and, for some reason, Ron Silver instead of Donald Sutherland.