Former Doctor Who star Pearl Mackie and Coronation Streets Lucy Fallon are signing up with forces to frighten the wits out of you in the trailer for a brand new Audible series.
The 2 are taking part in a six-part audio adaptation of Naomi Booths short story Sour Hall, initially developed for Audibles 2019 job Hag.
This story is recorded in a groundbreaking 360-degree noise strategy on area in Yorkshire and is developed to be listened with headphones for the very best audio experience.
In Sour Hall, George (Fallon) is nervous to begin a new chapter in her life as she inherits her familys ancestral farm, and relocations in with her partner Ash (Mackie).
” By taping on area I feel like I might really put myself in Ashs position, rather than picturing it,” Mackie has said. “When things frighten me they tend to truly stick with me and I think this story and the manner in which the story builds will definitely stick with the audience.”
Fallon included: “It was so advantageous to tape-record on site and in 360 degree noise. Its going to feel extremely extreme and I believe actually immerse the listener, as they will not only be listening to the drama but they will have the ability to feel it as it occurs around them. It makes the content rather frightening.”
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The couple are trying to escape a horrible event from their past, however this brand-new house just divides them even more as Ash ends up being progressively isolated and alone.
Ash is also left unclear about the neighborhoods hostile reaction to the presence of an interracial, same-sex couple, specifically after she begins hearing a strange clanging in the milking shed.
George is desperate to keep Ash away from the shed, triggering even more suspicions to come in between the couple as Ash captures her partner whispering to someone. Or something?
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Sour Hall will be launched on January 25 from Audible UK. You can pre-order it right now.