Episode 107 – The Shadow Out of Time – Part 4

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The final chapter in our coverage of The Shadow Out of Time!

Once again, readings by Andrew Leman and music by Reber Clark. Thanks guys!

Opening song excerpt is Ol’ Blue Eyes singing The Shadow of Your Smile at the Sands.

The closing song is Lazer Gun by The Human Aftertaste.

Check this space for more details about the broadcast of our LIVE show in Leeds on Wednesday, April 4th!

Thanks so much to all of our donors – next week, a full reading of THE HOUND!

Post Comment 15 comments on “Episode 107 – The Shadow Out of Time – Part 4

  • Mike Davey on

    Good stuff. And not that you care, but I think “Mountains” is better, too.
    Quick question: Are you doing ALL of “Challenge” or just the HPL segment?

  • Chris Lackey on

    We’re doing the whole thing. When we do collaborations we don’t just cover the stuff that HPL did. You need context!

  • Odilius Vlak on

    Yog-Sothoth rest the H. P. Lovecraft’s soul that just like the shadow of this story must be out of time.

    Thanks guys for this wonderful coverage. Seemingly the whole stuff will reach beyond this march 15.

  • Moritz on

    yeah! release “the dog”!!! lokking forward to next week

  • T. Kelly Lee on

    My wife had never read this story either, until now. She pointed out that she would only believe that I was taken over by an alien intelligence if I STOPPED reading creepy texts and hanging out with cults. Well, there you go!

  • bluecthulhu on

    Those Joshi antics are hilarious!

  • Longo on

    I found Berkeley Square in it’s entirety on Youtube. It’s sort of pixelated and cropped, and a bad copy to begin with, but through a lot of searching for a better copy I found that there appears to be no such thing as a better copy (and the fact that there’s a [completely unrelated] TV series from the 1990s by the same name doesn’t help my search any).

    Anyway, it’s a good movie in its own right, not only as Lovecraftian ephemera. Enjoy.


  • Cambias on

    Mountains of Madness is better. Being chased by a Shoggoth the size of a subway train is scarier than seeing something you wrote. (Especially when the reader figured it out about two pages into the story and has been gritting his teeth at the main character’s obtuseness.)

  • Jackson Classic on

    What if the sign is removed? Bly, like, cultists?

    I love how THE PLUMBER is the only one who knows anything.

  • The Dunwich Whotsit on

    I would absolutely crap myself stupid if Joshi wrote into the show about this.

    Man, I’m really jealous of the folks going to the live show. You guys are recording right for the rest of us right!? Please?

    Also, Longo posted a link to Berkeley Square, and it says the main character’s name is Howard…

  • S.T. Joshi on

    You boys have made a powerful enemy, but I don’t need to fly all the way to England to have my revenge. I haven’t been poring over arcane texts for nothing! Mwa ha! MWA HA HA HA HA HAAAA!!!

  • Katie on

    i don’t have anything academic or interesting to say, but Andrew Leman wins at talking. if my life was ever made into a movie, he would narrarate it.

  • Reber Clark on

    Katie I agree wholeheartedly. Andrew’s voice is just the very best for Lovecraft. I have listened to many, many people speak Lovecraft’s writing and Andrew wins every time. A wonderful voice.

  • Kevin Hasty on

    I couldn’t agree more. Andrew Lehman has a wonderful voice. I’ve really enjoyed the show for the last couple of years and am very pleased to hear it will continue in some fashion. I’m still hoping you guys will agree to do this with some Conan stories.

  • Yosef on

    In this episode you guys mention the Dagon myth in connection with the biblical flood, I would really like to know what your sources are for that. It would surprise me to see biblical sources working foreign deities into earlier stories.

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