May 8, 2015
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FANGORIA Reports TALES at Stanley “Captivating, Shocking”


Fangoria checked out the latest TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE, which just premiered live at the 2015 Stanley Film Fest. Stanley Edition: Parlor Tricks included “Cold Reading” by Glenn McQuaid and April Snellings, and “No Signal” by Fessenden. Performing live in front of an audience at the eerie Stanley, the radio-style plays included acting from Barbara Crampton, Leon Vitali, Martha Harmon Pardee, Clay Macleod Chapman, Roxanne Benjamin and Shock Till You Drop Managing Editor Sam Zimmerman.

As Ken W. Hanley wrote for Fangoria:

As an entire experience, TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE LIVE definitely lived up to the hype, providing a one-of-a-kind stage performance that was as gripping as it was disturbing. By relying on the audience to use their imagination to fill in the visual gaps, the show executed the audio and vocal elements expertly, and the writing went to unexpected places in order to frighten and entertain. And from the incredible crowd response, there seemed to be more than a few TALES converts, and even more crossing their shivering fingers for more live TALES at Stanley in the future.

For those who were unable to attend, fret not; the live Stanley performance will be available in the third season of TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE later this year, and you can catch up with previous episodes at their official site here.

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May 4, 2015
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Stanley Film Fest Photo Recap

GEP’s weekend at the Stanley Film Festival– in pics!

October 31, 2014
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Tales From Beyond The Pale: The Stanley Edition is NOW LIVE

Did you miss TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE Live from The Stanley Film Festival? Well what better day to listen to it than on Halloween!

To celebrate our favorite holiday, we’re now offering this chilling tale for free at the Tales From Beyond The Pale Listening Room

Written by Fessenden, McQuaid, and Chapman, these tales of terror are inspired by Colorado’s Stanley Hotel and its surroundings, which also served as the muse for Stephen King’s THE SHINING. Featuring the voice talents of Fessenden, Martin Starr, AJ Bowen, Ana Asensio, Jocelyn DeBoer, Martha Harmon Pardee and Sam Zimmerman.

Listen now

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October 25, 2014
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TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE LIVE: LOS ANGELES – Poster Revealed!!!

Glass Eye Pix heads to SpectreFest at Cinefamily in LA this Wednesday, Oct 29, for a live show of TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE, with three new stories from Fessenden, McQuaid and Chapman!

Get a look at the special edition poster art by Trevor Denham below.

Doors open at 7pm. Tickets can be purchased at the Cinefamily website.

Cast announcements coming soon!

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September 20, 2013
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AICN on Tales: “Like Father, Like Son”!

Ain’t It Cool News is reviewing the new season of Tales From Beyond the Pale, and this week their review focuses on Clay McLeod Chapman’s “Like Father, Like Son”. Head to AintItCool.com to check out the whole post:
“This Frankenstein-ian tale is a gritty and dire story that most likely will churn your stomach and make you twist with unease. It’s a somber tale about a scientist working on a formula which reanimates dead tissue and, wouldn’t you know it, on   Continue Reading »