“I don't usually like horror based stories but I was excited to see what Rusty Quill would produce with The Magnus Archives. I trusted them to make something truely special, well written and well produced. I wasn't disappointed.
No use of cheap shock sounds. No use of terrible sound effects or modulation to make the stories seem more terrifying than they are. Just fantastic writing with great voice acting. The episodes are unsetttling, creepy, thrilling and I was unable to stop listening once I started.
The only critical point I have to make is that the voice on the recordings in the episodes are all done by the same person. I don't expect the crew to get in different voice actors every time, nor do I dislike the voice acting at all - its excellent. However the addition of a female voice for the recordings of female statements would be a great addition.
Keep it up Rusty Quill!”Read full review »
Starspell via Apple Podcasts ·
Great Britain ·
“The Magnus Archives—in true, intelligent horror form—is restrained, intriguing, and haunting, which each story just as well-executed and open-ended as the last.
In the age of jumpscares and poorly-conceived creepypasta, Rusty Quill channels the spirit of a Lovecraft mythos and an Orson...”Read full review »
Ink Runner via Apple Podcasts ·
United States of America ·
“From episode one I was hooked. Each episode sounds like the perfect campfire ghost story! The stories contain the perfect amount of spookiness, and the storytelling and delivery sets the perfect mood. You can’t finish an episode without your skin crawling.
Each episode is so well paced, and so...”Read full review »
Bearded_Ginger via Apple Podcasts ·
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