Take 3 different lovecraft stories. Rewrite them to a modern period. Drag it out to 4 times the length by adding dramatic music, walking around with a flashlight, gasps, screams and connecting it to everything imaginable. Then try to chain them all together. All while muddying the base story. Basically audio clickbait that ruins the story. I wanted to like this. But a story needs a start, a plot and and ending that resolves the story. Like so many podcasts, this just tries to string you along forever.
NewPortuguese via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/05/21
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