WOW. What a production. Intriguing premise too:
SHADOW FALLS tells the eerie tale of a remote Northeastern town that holds secrets some will kill to protect and others will die to expose. Settled 400 years ago by the survivors of a mysterious tragedy, the people of Shadow Falls have become pawns being used by two supernatural forces seeking to win a war older than time itself, a war which many believe could trigger the Battle of Armageddon, and wipe out humanity as we know it.
Those with alliances believe the time has come once again for the cycle to begin anew as two young women have vanished just as a pair of very mysterious strangers have come into town. This time, they believe this war will finally be decided once and for all and all their toil and sacrifices will be rewarded. What they don't know is that they're wrong.
Spun from the wicked mind of author and screenwriter Mark Yoshimoto Nemcoff, SHADOW FALLS is a fully-immersive and addictive mystery that will leave you gasping for breath and begging for mercy.
Just don't expect to find mercy here.
First episode was a really good character set up. The sound was right up there with Ollin Productions.. so you KNOW it sounds good. Take a listen, it's 25 minutes. Just enough to make you wonder what happens next, especially after the ritual at the end...
You have to love this podcasting thing. Audio drama can NEVER die now.