Extremely good
I find horror podcasts very hit and miss. Most of them can feel very cheesy and over the top. The Magnus Archives greatest feature for me is that it's willing to be understated and let the story speak for itself and not let sound effects and "creepy noises" do the work. Fantastic job guys.Read full review »
Lord of kittens via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/06/16
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After raising the bar with their first excellent eponymous podcast, I had high expectations for Rusty Quill's second venture; these have been well and truly met. Shifting the narrative style significantly to better suit the horror theme has in no way reduced the production value. I only hope...Read full review »
@JamesCurtis29 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/24/16
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A walrus :3 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/30/16
I have become addicted to horror type serialised fiction podcasts and this is my favourite at the moment. Individual stories but tied together by their telling as part of an archive and some underlying themes and stories. Highly recommend! And set in London :)
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