Outstanding British Horror
I've been listening to a fair amount of horror, paranormal and "unexplained" podcasts recently, and not only is it refreshing to find British fiction, but it is of such an incredibly high standard when compared with many offerings. The writing is genuinely fantastic- moving between creepy and terrifying, and the narration is excellent. I've been listening to these in darkened rooms and thoroughly scaring myself! Can't recommend highly enough if you like a scary story. Also a pleasing lack of the endless self-publicising that some podcasts indulge in. Brilliant!Read full review »
Impything via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/11/16
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Don’t usually listen to stuff like this but I will be in the future! it’s great!
JodieWilliamss_ via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/01/16
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...Read full review »
Starspell via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/30/16
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 · 08/18/16
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