The stories in this audio drama anthology have an eerie quality to them reminiscent of The Twilight Zone, and are really well done overall. The voice acting is top-notch, and the audio production is excellent and delightfully weird. I particularly liked episode 9, "The Queue," in which an oracle appears in a small English town—the story then imagines the years-long line that would form, and how the world would be affected.
There is amazing talent here, and some very cool premises. But the choice of a radio dial was confusing and the audio artefact trope got tired really quick. The digital noises were ear-rapey and didn;t add anything to the stories. Cool, confusing a lot of the time with no clarification, and short.
3/5 phone taps