Aug 17

Unboxing video!


Unboxing a bunch of awesome stuff that we’re releasing! First up is The Beast of the Western Wilds — the book, which is already available on amazon. And then we’re showing off the CD versions of The Will of the Woods and Witch Hunter that you can soon order on audio-epics.com

Aug 11

Witch Hunter e-book free this weekend!

To celebrate the release of the written version of The Beast of the Western Wilds, the original novel Witch Hunter will be free to download as an e-book this weekend! From August 12th until August 13th, you can just download it from Amazon for the nicely round price of zero dollars, zero pounds and zero euros.

 

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Get the e-book on Amazon!

Aug 10

Kindle presents: The Beast of the Western Wilds

The Beast of the Western Wilds, a novella set one year before the events in Witch Hunter, is now available as an e-book on the Amazon Kindle store!

The story will soon also be available as a printed book and the audio dramatization is of course in the making! This audio version will feature new music and more voice actors than Witch Hunter.

 

You can find the Kindle version right here!

Jun 30

The Beast of the Western Wilds – Teaser

A new teaser, featuring The Song of the Bog-witch performed by Eline Hoskens and written by Domien De Groot.

Jun 24

The Beast of the Western Wilds

Our new production, The Beast of the Western Wilds, has been written. It’s a new adventure set before the events in Witch Hunter. Ludlov is once more the protagonist in this gothic horror extravaganza that takes place in the wilderness far from the well-known streets of Sevenpeaks.

The Beast of the Western Wilds can be enjoyed with no previous knowledge of Witch Hunter, although that dramatized audiobook can be enjoyed for free on Bandcamp, YouTube and Podbean, so why wouldn’t you?

Like Witch Hunter, we will release this story both as an e-book and as a dramatized audiobook. The audio version will feature multiple voice actors, sound effects and an original music score. Recording is set to begin in July.

Jun 01

An episode every week? Can it be done?

In the newest episode of the Audio Epics podcast, we’re asking a question to you, the audience. Do you think we would be viable on Patreon? Who would support us? We want to do whatever we can to start creating more audio stories in a shorter time period without reducing the quality.

Apr 25

Questions about Witch Hunter

Here is another new episode of the Audio Epics podcast! In this episode, we take the time to answer a bunch of questions listeners have asked about Witch Hunter. I had a great time doing this, so if you liked this episode, tell us and send us more questions so we can do another one! Type a comment on YouTube or send us an e-mail with your questions!

Apr 13

A tribute to my grandfather

There is a new episode of the Audio Epics podcast. In this episode, I (Domien) reminisce about my grandfather, who passed away three months ago and who was a great influence on my audio drama stuff. I also ramble on a bit about upcoming stories and I say thanks to all the YouTubers out there who have supported us so much.

Apr 04

A tribute to Bill Hollweg

The new episode of our podcast is very brief, but we wanted to devote it to one thing only: a tribute to Bill Hollweg, a great and inspiring man in the world of modern audio drama, a true fan and artist, who sadly passed away this week.

Apr 01

Witch Hunter movie in the making!

If you enjoyed our audio drama Witch Hunter, or the novel, we have good news for you!

The movie rights to Witch Hunter have been picked up by Universal Studios and a movie is now officially in the making. The movie will star Adam Sandler as Ludlov and Drew Barrymore as Samina, reuniting the couple who made The Wedding Singer and Fifty First Dates such endearing romantic comedies.

“I very much look forward to inhabiting the role of Ludlov,” says Sandler. “The character feels like it was written with me in mind.”

“I don’t really care about this stupid story, I just like to have fun with Adam Sandler on the set”, admits Drew Barrymore in an interview with Vanity Fair.

We look forward to the movie, which is being directed by Martin Scorsese and adapted for the screen by J.J. Abrams.

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