The Fear on Demand horror podcast is devoted to short tales of terror and suspense fiction and interviews with genre creators in audio form. The horror form works very well with brief, intense tales that deliver a chilling impact. The goal here is provide just that kind of tale, penned by some of the best authors working in the horror genre. We hope you will discover writers you enjoy here and seek out their books, stories and other works of fiction. All tales are intended for mature audiences and listener discretion is advised. Download this horror podcast via the links at right. Below you’ll also find articles, reviews, interviews and more in the horror and thriller realm.
According to the publisher the work: “explores powerlessness, resilience in the face of challenge and the survival instincts that compel individuals to go on. The series is arranged as a narrative collection, weaving through the cycle of fall and rally. Ibañez shot the entirety of I.See.Dark in vintage black and white, inspired by classic horror films. Building on themes of folklore and witchcraft, Ibañez staged all photos outdoors, particularly in the countryside of his hometown, Barcelona.”
In addition to being published in book form, selections from the work are also being displayed in galleries. These include venues in New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and also London.
Below, get just a hint of what’s in store inside:
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Bo Keister, who joined us for an FOD audio episode a while back, is back with more of his hit horror series the Hillbilly Horror Show, which also features Rachel Faulkner (Ride Along 2).
The fourth volume of the horror-comedy series is now available to stream online. For just 99 cents, you can view an array of short horror films, interspersed wit comedy bits from Hillbilly hosts Lulu ( Faulkner) Bo (Keister) and Cephus (Scott Geiter).
Hillbilly Horror Show helps promote upcoming talent by packing together an hour’s worth of brilliant short horror films from some of today’s most gifted filmmakers. In between each short, there’s some hilarious banter between the show’s oddball redneck hosts.
‘’We’re up to 4 volumes and each new episode seems to be better than the one before” Keister said in a recent interview. “As long as our audience likes what we’re doing, we’re going to keep going.”
Take a look at a bit of the comedy side of the show:
Bama Ice Fishin’
Also included in this volume are:
STRANGE THING…keep those doors closed!
Next, Bo & Cephus take a hilarious, horror-filled romp into the not-so-blissful side of marriage with ‘TIL DEATH.
After that, a deliciously horrific feast with FOODIE is served up, and to round things out, hang the curves in THE HOURGLASS FIGURE.
Be sure to stick around to the end for a surprise bonus short, COLLISION!
To rent the show for 99 cents, check in here.
Featuring J. LaRose of Insidious, Saw II, III and IV director Darren Lynn Bouseman and Walking Dead editor Hunter M. Via.
An ancient ritual drives thousands to venture to a remote village in Nepal to offer animal sacrifices to a stone deity. The film’s been called the scariest movie of the year.
The British tradition of telling ghost stories on Christmas Eve isn’t quite as well realized on the U.S. side of the pond.
Sure, about a million versions of A Christmas Carol get air time over the holidays, but otherwise it’s not really a familiar practice as we yanks gather around the fireplace on December 24.
Sleepers, from Fear on Demand editor Sidney Williams, is available at the online ‘zine Paper Tape.
Released in four parts beginning in July 2014, “Sleepers” is now available in its entirety on Paper Tape. The tale follows Aubrey Slater, a finder who seeks out rare objects for a antiques clearing house that sells to top dollar collectors.
Aubrey’s battling addiction and working to earn enough cash to mount a new challenge to her wealthy ex-husband’s custody of their daughter.
Finding rare sheet music from an almost forgotten musical called Casbah seems like a way to add to the coffers, but as Aubrey prowls London antique shops in search of musical fragments, she learns there may be more to the musical’s quick closing in the West End and New York than anyone’s willing to talk about…