This official adaptation of the beloved fantasy comic chronicles the saga of the Wolfrider tribe of elves as they seek others of their kind.
When a tween boy discovers that he has the ability to move freely between the world of dreams and reality, he quickly finds himself living a nightmare.
Lizzie, 10, visits her family’s ancestral farmhouse in Maine, and discovers that the woods behind the house contain an amazing secret: a gateway into the mystical land of Faerie.
Homefront is a full-cast, fully dramatized performance of a thrilling new episode in the New York Times bestselling Expeditionary Force series.
The series that had a generation looking to the sky gets a breathtaking audio reprise in an original full-cast dramatization featuring actors David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson returning to voice FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.
The Dark Tome is a new take on the anthology audio fiction podcast, featuring fantastic stories by contemporary authors from across the globe.
Dagaz Media was co-founded by audio drama pioneers William Dufris and Fred Greenhalgh, whose first collaboration was the epic, 13.5 hr location recorded audio adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s Locke & Key for Audible Studios, followed by their work together as Director and Assistant Director for X-Files: Cold Cases and X-Files: Stolen Lives, also for Audible Studios. Under the newly formed Dagaz Media brand, they worked with Podium Publishing to develop Homefront, an original dramatization based on the hit series Expeditionary Force, as well as developing and launching their own original podcasts (The Dark Tome and Of Fae and Fiends).
Bill passed in 2020 after a two-year battle with cancer, but his legacy and the work of Dagaz continues with co-founder Fred Greenhalgh and a mighty team of collaborators.
The performances were amazing, with Duchovny and Anderson bringing their best even when the acting only involved voice work. The characters were true to themselves, and many times I caught myself smiling as I pictured Mulder’s deadpan deliveries or Scully’s epic eye-rolls.
Review of X-Files: Cold Cases
The story is both fascinating and horrifying, combining familiar haunted house elements with the surprising magic of the keys. Friendship, betrayal, good and evil, excellent writing, deep characters… it’s a great story as a graphic novel, and this production successfully captures it, the flawless cast and rich sound adding a new and welcome dimension to the whole.
Review of Locke & Key
This podcast blew my mind. So much so that I wish it were a book or a tv series. Truly incredible audio and amazing writing.
The Dark Tome