BW – EP84: The Simple Art of Macabre—Mystery, Suspense, and Horror from Radio’s Best (1931 – 1982)

In Breaking Walls Episode 84, it’s the Simple Art of Macabre, to your ears from the mouths of some of the best who ever produced radio’s stuff of nightmares. Highlights: • Why Do We Like To Be Scared? • What pre-dated the radio horror program … Read MoreBW – EP84: The Simple Art of Macabre—Mystery, Suspense, and Horror from Radio’s Best (1931 – 1982)

Quiet Please: The Thing on the Fourble Board – One of The Most Terrifying Radio Plays Ever

Quiet Please was an old-time radio horror/fantasy drama which ran from June 8, 1947 to June 20, 1949. It is considered by many (including myself) to be one of the most uniquely creative radio dramas in history. The show’s creator, Wyllis Cooper, is also known … Read MoreQuiet Please: The Thing on the Fourble Board – One of The Most Terrifying Radio Plays Ever

The House in Cypress Canyon 12/5/1946: The Most Morbidly Horrifying Radio Play Ever

If this is your first time visiting The WallBreakers, I should let you know that I am an old-time radio junkie. Old-time radio refers to the period in history (specifically between the 1930s-1950s), before television, when people would gather around the radio to listen to their favorite … Read MoreThe House in Cypress Canyon 12/5/1946: The Most Morbidly Horrifying Radio Play Ever

The Female Figure, as a Hybrid of Erotica, Surrealism, and Horror in Art from Jen Lightfoot

Jen Lightfoot is a multi-talented artist that loves to capture the female figure in a combined state of fantasy and reality, through articulate line and shading work, with a deep understanding of her own drawing hand. It’s part of why Jen’s exhibited her art in several US states. I love … Read MoreThe Female Figure, as a Hybrid of Erotica, Surrealism, and Horror in Art from Jen Lightfoot

Crash Island: Howl (Come On!) – A New Single, With The Perfect “Coming of Age” Summer Sound

Stoke Newington, London-based indie rock band Crash Island are back with their latest single, Howl (Come On!). They had this to say about the new tune: “While writing the lyrics of the song, we liked the idea of dancing in the dark and letting go while noone is … Read MoreCrash Island: Howl (Come On!) – A New Single, With The Perfect “Coming of Age” Summer Sound