john carpenter horror audio

Horror maestro John Carpenter hasn’t directed a movie in more than a decade, and that doesn’t seem likely to change any time soon. But the director of movies like The Thing, Halloween, and The Fog is now set to explore the horror genre through a new medium: audio.

Carpenter and his wife, producer Sandy King Carpenter, have signed a deal with Serial Box to develop multiple horror audio shows and podcasts over the next two years which will fall under a new “John Carpenter Presents” banner. Get the details below.
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Marvel podcast

Marvel has already taken over every other medium, so it was only a matter of time until they conquered podcasts as well. The Marvel Podcast Universe is well under way following the success of the iHeartRadio Award-winning Wolverine: The Long Night, which broke the dam for new scripted Marvel podcasts. Now Marvel is teaming up with SiriusXM to develop new solo podcast series for Wolverine, Hawkeye, Black Widow, and Star-Lord. And in classic Marvel fashion, they will all be teaming up in a climactic podcast series. Read More »

marvels podcast

Marvel is getting serious about the podcast business. After testing the water with their iHeartRadio Award-winning Wolverine: The Long Night and its following second season The Lost Trail, Marvel is teaming up with Stitcher to expand its Marvel Podcast Universe even further. Marvel and Stitcher are launching a new fictional scripted podcast Marvels, adapting Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross’ four-part 1994 comic book. The series will launch this fall, on the year of the award-winning comic book’s 25th anniversary.

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Wolverine The Lost Trail trailer

In a cramped, soundproofed room, Richard Armitage is ordering a drink. Or rather, he’s ordering a drink as Logan, aka Wolverine, the lead character in the upcoming Marvel and Stitcher podcast drama, Wolverine: The Lost Trail. Standing around a cheap IKEA table and clinking glasses full of water, Armitage and co-star Rodney Henry, who plays a young teen named Marcus Baptiste from New Orleans, read from the scripts on the iPads they have in hand, as if rehearsing for a stage play. Except they do two takes. Then another. Then another. This is no rehearsal, this is the real thing and it’s all being captured on a special ambisonic microphone for the second season of the unique Marvel audio drama podcast following the adventures of Wolverine as he searches for his memory and his lost love.

The follow-up to last year’s iHeartRadio Award-winning original podcast series Wolverine: The Long NightThe Lost Trail is an anomaly of a podcast, fictional or otherwise. Scripted in the style of an old-school radio play but with modern innovations like atmospheric foley effects and cutting edge audio technology, The Lost Trail is part of Marvel’s pioneering of the last frontier that it hasn’t yet dominated: podcasts.

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