Indiewire’s hosting the very first Season 3 episode of TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE. Check out Stuart Gordon’s ‘H.P. Lovecraft’s THE HOUND’ and let the madness of the third season seep in!
We’re teaming up with Indiewire to present brand new episodes of TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE.
“Indiewire is partnering with the independent horror studio Glass Eye Pix to provide exclusive first looks at the new episodes of its radio theater show “Tales Beyond the Pale.” Each Friday through mid-December, new episodes from the third season of the eerie audio plays will be available on the site for exclusive two-day windows alongside interviews with the talent.”
TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE, SEASON 3 is coming for you November 27th (Black Friday)! But Entertainment Weekly has a Halloween treat for you today– Stuart Gordon’s episode, THE HOUND, is available for you to stream, plus they’ve got exclusive poster art (created by acclaimed Nightmare on Elm Street/Evil Dead artist Graham Humphreys) along with info about the release.
“The 10-episode season will feature tales written by McQuaid, Fessenden, and Jeff Buhler (The Midnight Meat Train), among others. Meanwhile, the impressive cast list includes Dominic Monaghan, Billy Boyd, Vincent D’Onofrio, Nick Damici, James LeGros, Sean Young, and Pat Healy.
The new season also features a Re-Animator reunion with director Stuart Gordon, actress Barbara Crampton, writer Dennis Paoli, and composer Richard Band returning to H.P. Lovecraft territory with an adaptation of the famous horror writer’s short story, The Hound.
Tales from Beyond the Pale: Season 3 will be released with a hardcover book — illustrated by renowned poster artist Graham Humphreys — and on a USB drive that will also feature an introductory film by Beck Underwood.
We can only show you a sliver here, so head over to listen to the episode and check out the new poster.
New Doc from Glass Eye chronicler Adam Barnick features ‘Tales’ creators Glenn McQuaid and Fessenden detailing the origins of their macabre radio dramas; the nature of working exclusively with sound; and offer a sneak peek of the episodes and creators of Season Three, including Stuart Gordon!
Blumhouse has your exclusive first look at a new animated teaser for Season 3 of TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE.
We told you recently about the upcoming third season of TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE — the amazing old-school horror radio drama created by writer-producer-director-actor and all-around genre legend Larry Fessenden (HABIT, WENDIGO, THE LAST WINTER) and his partner in auditory mischief, writer-director Glenn McQuaid (I SELL THE DEAD). This season, genre icons like Stuart Gordon (RE-ANIMATOR), Eric Red (THE HITCHER), Barbara Crampton (WE ARE STILL HERE) and more will be joining the TALES team, so we’re seriously stoked — and you should be too!
To help in that area, the fine folks at Glass Eye Pix (Fessenden’s production company for three decades and running) have a little present to tide you over until the new season begins: a spooky stop-motion animated teaser directed by Beck Underwood — who was also art director and production designer on several Glass Eye productions, including STAKE LAND, I SELL THE DEAD and BITTER FEAST. She’s also the creator of animated shorts THAT CREEPY OLD DOLL, PHANTOM LIMBS and PERFECTLY PERFECT.
Check out more of her amazing creations at BeckUnderwood.com… but first, dig this adorably creepy Season 3 promo, which today you can only see right here!
More TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE news coming soon… so keep your ears open!
To watch the full, creepy teaser, head over to Blumhouse now.
Exclusive art/comments: “RE-ANIMATOR” reunion and more in Glass Eye Pix’s third “TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE” lineup
Filmmaker and Glass Eye Pix topper Larry Fessenden and I SELL THE DEAD creator Glenn McQuaid (pictured) have more sonic nightmares coming in the third season of TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE audio dramas, and they gave Fango the scoop about some exciting contributors, plus an exclusive first look at the promo art.
“This new collection is, after a few years of taking our show on the road, a return to the comforts of the studio,” McQuaid tells us (the TALES recorded live at this past summer’s Fantasia festival will be part of the fourth season). “I’m very proud of the results. After five years in the business, the audio format is opening up to us in new ways, and these 10 TALES are a wonderful edition to our crazy canon of stories. They make for a diverse, inventive and, I believe, vital horror anthology.”
We’ve got a crop of new photos from the latest TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE, written / directed by Stuart Gordon. Stay tuned for more updates about this TALE, starring Ezra Godden, Barbara Crampton, and Chris McKenna with Glenn McQuaid and Rebekah Brown producing.
Entertainment Weekly has the scoop on another awesome addition to the Stanley Film Festival.
” It was announced today that the Stanley Film Festival—which takes place at the hotel from April 30 to May 3—will be paying tribute to Re-Animator director Stuart Gordon as its 2015 “Master of Horror” and will screen his 1985 cult classic. Gordon is to be presented the award by filmmaker Mick Garris, director of several King adaptations, including a 1997 mini-series version of the novelist’s famed haunted hotel book.”
And remember, “Fessenden is also one of the guests appearing at the festival and will be overseeing a special “Stanley Edition” of his Tales From Beyond The Pale audio serial in cahoots with regular collaborator Glenn McQuaid.”
Add to all that screenings of We Are Still Here, the Elijah Wood-produced The Boy, and Deathgasm, and it all makes for a pretty awesome time at the Stanley!
Stuart Gordon lists Fessenden’s “N is for Nexus” as one of his top ABCs OF DEATH 2 segments. From TheTalkhouse.com:
“N is for Nexus” directed by Larry Fessenden
This story, set on Halloween in New York City, builds up quite a head of steam in its short running time. Mr. Fessenden again proves himself to be one of our best working horror directors by delivering the most suspenseful and effectively disturbing episode in this series.”
Check out the full article here.