Disembodied Voices: The Documentary – Disembodied Voices is a cutting-edge tour de force of modern podcasting, but it, like many things that exist, had a beginning. This captivating documentary chronicles the lives of four unlikely friends as they struggle against colossal odds, creative freedom, and each other. Discover how the DV Cast came– and almost ceased– to be from the brutally honest recordings of Stephen, Bryan, Cameron, and Zachary. As part of the 100th Anniversary Regarding Episode Count Than Actual Years, Disembodied Voices: The Documentary is a deeper look into the astounding podcast with occasional yetis. This is history.
Sonic Christmas Blast - Christmas cheer surrounds the world and binds it together like it’s the Force or something, and that can only mean one thing: another Disembodied Voices Christmas Special! This time Stephen’s gone mad with a burning anger about the state of modern Sonic games, and only the magic of Christmas (and ghosts wielding the magic of Christmas) can pull him from the brink of sadness come a holiday season with no blue hedgehog to find under the tree. Make sure your mug of hot cocoa is close at hand, because you’ll need every drop of sustenance as you journey through the dreams of an obsessed Sonic the Hedgehog fan. There’s probably a moral somewhere deep inside this heartfelt rendition of Sonic Christmas Blast, so give a shout if you can figure out what it is in between your tears of joy and sadness.
Because We’re Dumber Than Developers - When the DV Cast gets tired of arguing about videogames and everyone hates everyone else, an idea rises to the surface that can’t possibly go wrong: Collectively create and enjoy a videogame of their own making. Join these brave souls as they pour, like, a whole weekend into building the Official Disembodied Voices Videogame from the ground up– without Kickstarter, even. (That was a topical reference.) This third installment of the Disembodied Voices not-really-radio drama series is Cameron’s debut as writer and director, so raise a glass in respect as you listen to Because We’re Dumber Than Developers.
How a Little Podcast Saved (and Nearly Ruined) Christmas - It is Christmastime! Magic and good deeds light the sky of joy like a thousand candles burning with the flame of gingerbread that tastes really great. In this spirit, the DV cast presents a heartwarming Christmas Special that tells a tale of hope, tinged with sadness and teeming with good cheer. The path may be chaotic and even stupid, but a very important lesson is learned in the end. So, if you please, call your friends and family to huddle around the computer as you listen to Stephen, Bryan, Zachary, and Cameron put their fine vocal chords to work in How a Little Podcast Saved (and Nearly Ruined) Christmas.
The Lunatic Murderer - When the reddening sun of Thanksgiving Day sinks below the horizon and an eerie full moon rises to take its place, the cast of Disembodied Voices appears to terrify you with a spooky tale of spooky terror. Stephen, Bryan, Zachary, and Cameron have put their powers of acting together for a Thanksgiving special that will probably scare your hat off. This spine-chilling radio drama (it never actually aired on the radio, but it sounds cooler that way) is so full of twists and turns that your very soul will be in a knot by the time its jaw-dropping conclusion arrives. It also has
very little nothing to do with Thanksgiving. Download The Lunatic Murderer now to hear it for yourself, but BEWARE! It’s pretty weird.
Disembodied Voices: Origins - Disembodied Voices is almost ten episodes old, and the entire team of podcasters (yes, Stephen, Bryan, Zachary, and Cameron together again) feel the need to celebrate. Reminisce along with them as Stephen’s expert writing skills produce an uncanny script– read live by the panelists for your entertainment and education– that details the podcast’s early days that now feel so, so long ago. The actual intent was to record a full episode, truth be told, but the files got all muddled and everything was stupid, so take what you can get.