In the later years there have been a rise of horror podcasts, making it easier to consume horror on the go. These are just a few of our favorite podcasts.
Darkness Prevail Podcast
A very popular trend in the horror podcast community is the narrate-the-online-story. Some podcasts more original and better than others. One of them with a good quality production is the Darkness Prevails podcast. With the silky smooth voice of @darkprevails. Narrating horror and being an asmr as well😂the stories he is narrating are of the web, reddit stories as well as stories sent to him.
The Scaredy Cats Horror Show.
For a long chatty podcast of a couple of guys talking about horror movies that scared them and reviewing them. They also add with their perspectives and gives some interesting facts about the movies and insight to their place in society.
Otis Jiry’s Scary Stories Told in the Dark
If dramatic storytelling, sound effects and a deep bass baritone voice, check out this podcast if you haven’t already! Originally a spin off of another podcast, it is well on its own to feet now! Already on season 6, there is a lot to dig into, were they breath vocal life into the stories of their writers!! (love those who treats their writers good).
Some review called this a Bob Ross of horror, and it’s strangely fitting. Some episodes are even narrated by the author, and makes it kind of like a classic public reading. Some parts also have actors and sound effects for dialogue and the likes, so something for every taste. It is also so, so, so SO refreshing to hear something original and well written, making the foundation for the podcast so long lasting, even with fewer episodes of many others.
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