Category: Episode Reviews

“The Bright Sessions” Soars into Song with the Impeccable “50 – Rose”

"Episode 50 - Rose" is a dream come true, in more ways than one, for fans of The Bright Sessions: it's a full musical, complete with a sweeping "I Want" song, a sweet duet, and reprisals--all within the protagonists' dreams.

Wooden Overcoats Returns with a Lonesome Look at Rudyard Funn

British sitcom audio drama Wooden Overcoats has returned for its third season today with "Season 3 Episode 1: The Loneliness of the Short-Tempered Rudyard." Wooden Overcoats is known for its zany premise (following twin funeral home directors Rudyard and Antigone Funn as they compete with Eric Chapman, the only other funeral home director in their small town) and ...

“Spirits” Delivers a Hilarious, Spooky Audio Drama for its 2nd Anniversary

For transparency, I was given the audio drama segments of the upcoming Spirits episodes for the purpose of review. I also contributed to them; however, I contributed as a fan, before I knew what the project was going to be. As a fan of podcasts that talk about mythology, cryptids, folklore, and the like, Spirits has long been ...

“Wolf 359” Closes with a Beautiful, Suspenseful Two-Hour Finale

Please note that Wolf 359 is a serialized audio drama. This review will contain small spoilers for its final episode, but much bigger spoilers for the series as a whole. To listen to Wolf 359 from the beginning, you can go to the show's website or any major podcast platform. Wolf 359, a preeminent audio drama podcast ...

Episode Review: “The Bright Sessions” Returns for Season 4 with “41 – Birthday”

Months after a break following the intense final episode of Season 3, The Bright Sessions has returned for its fourth season today with "41 - Birthday." This review will contain spoilers, so if you haven't listened to today's episode, you can listen here. If you haven't started The Bright Sessions, a phenomenal audio drama about people with superhuman ...

Futurama’s “Radiorama” a Return to Content, but Not Quality

I love Futurama. Growing up, Futurama was my go-to show, and I've seen every episode at least four times with commentary--watching them regularly, I have no idea how many times. I've always been a fan of how the writing balanced jokes, social commentary, and character growth. I love the absurd amount of detail that goes into even ...

Procyon’s “Station to Station” Premiers with a Splash

On August 22nd, 2017, Procyon's new audio drama Station to Station debuted with its first episode, "Ep. 1 - Standard Operating Procedure." Procyon's description of Station to Station, taken from the show's website, reads as such: When Dr Miranda Quan embarks on a 10-week research cruise in the North Pacific, she expects two months of no-nonsense experiments, ...

“36 Questions” Review (Spoilers)

36 Questions is the most recent venture by Two-Up Productions, the team behind the acclaimed audio drama Limetown. The show is an audio drama podcast musical about an estranged husband and wife trying to reconnect over the "36 Questions That Lead to Love," a sort of  social experiment to see how quickly two people can become close. 36 Questions ended ...

“36 Questions” Review (No Spoilers)

36 Questions is the most recent venture by Two-Up Productions, the team behind the acclaimed audio drama Limetown. The show is an audio drama podcast musical about an estranged husband and wife trying to reconnect over the "36 Questions That Lead to Love," a sort of  social experiment to see how quickly two people can become close. 36 Questions ended ...

The Adventure Zone’s “Stolen Century” Closes As a Benchmark in Storytelling (Spoilers)

Before this review begins, please note that it will be filled with spoilers. If you'd like a review to explain why you should listen to The Adventure Zone, this is not it, but I can tell you that at the close of this arc, The Adventure Zone has set new standards for how I rate any fiction podcast. Last ...