Tales From Beyond The Pale

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Written and directed by auteurs and performers of today’s horror genre, these lavishly produced half-hour tales range from the gently macabre to the genuinely gruesome. Hosted and curated by filmmakers Larry Fessenden (*Depraved, The Last Winter, Habit*) and Glenn McQuaid (*I Sell the Dead, V/H/S*), this award-winning series, inspired by the vintage radio shows of yester-year, blends the familiar with a decidedly modern sensibility.

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Latest Episodes…

  1. Episode 29: Stranger

    While four friends view a spectacular meteor shower, they encounter a stranger who walks out of the woods with a colorful fireside story to tell. Written and directed by Jeff Buhler. Featuring John Speredakos, Matthew Stephen Huffan, Helen Mctiernan, Jason Yachanin, Kate Lyn Sheil, Brenda Cooney. Performed live October 9, 2012. Poster by Gary ...

    04/23/2020

  2. Episode 28: Trawler

    Mayhem and menace on the high seas when three fishermen haul in mysterious eggs. Written and directed by Glenn McQuaid. Featuring Christopher Denham, AJ Bowen, Larry Fessenden. Music by Jeff Grace. Released December 21, 2010. Poster by Gary Pullin. ...

    04/16/2020

  3. Episode 27: Hidden Records

    A troubled teen is haunted by the memory of his musician father and the vinyl record that speaks from beyond the grave. Written and directed by Douglas Buck. Featuring Kevin Cline, Tony Todd, Susan Corbett. Performed live July 27, 2015. Poster by Trevor Denham. ...

    04/09/2020

  4. Episode 26: Ram King

    In a mountain village just 16 years after the Black Death, an inquisitive young goatherd is falsely accused of witchcraft. Written and directed by Joe Maggio. Featuring Owen Campbell, Vincent D'Onofrio, Tobias Campbell, Brenda Cooney, Bonnie Dennison, Larry Fessenden, Joel Garland. Performed live October 2, 2012. Poster by Gary Pullin. ...

    04/02/2020

  5. Episode 25: Speaking in Tongues

    One night in Montreal, an ageless man hires a young female translator to help settle mysterious debts with an array of desperate characters. Written by Glenn McQuaid and April Snellings. Directed by Glenn McQuaid. Featuring Larry Fessenden, Tessa J. Brown, Alex Goodrich, George Mougias, Izzy Lee. Performed live July 27, 2015. Poster by Trevor ...

    03/26/2020