The Big Loop

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My absolute favorite anthology Audio Drama Podcast series. I fell so hard for Paul Bae's writing. His characters are so real, so true, and so very well acted. I'm absolutely in awe of what he has created. I absolutely wept during All God's Children. I had such a goofy grin while listening to YOU and Goodbye Mr. Adams because they were voiced by actors from my previous favorite Audio Drama. Honestly, I'm not prepared for season 3 if it ever comes.
Creepy and poignant mixed together to hit you in the feels.
A very decent anthology series that captures a wide range of tones but more often than not falls into sweet-natured. Some episodes are better than others but none are terrible although I found the shorter episodes to be more engaging.
I don't generally listen to anthology series, but I heard good things about this one so I gave it a go and ended up really liking the strong majority of stories. Even the ones that weren't necessarily 'my thing' still were done well.
these stories have made me very scared but it also made my cry at a train station i have only been too twice. and those are the full range of emotion
I love roughly half of the stories on The Big Loop. They are all well acted and well written to the point where I didn't realize that the first episode was fiction. Some the other stories are simply not my thing, which is fine on an anthology story, and I don't pull any stars for that. My biggest gripe on the show is the sound design on certain episodes that renders them near unlistenable. I was unable to share FML with my wife because the jumps in volume were physically painful, until I downloaded an MP3 and mastered it on my own. The second season fixed some of the production issues and at points the sound design, though greatly improved, was distracting from the story.
Everything is top notch, it's one of the best fiction ever written, perfect audio design, with amazing voice actors.
Anthology podcast. Episodes can vary in quality, since they're mostly unrelated to each other, but generally very good.
Wonderful anthology show of spooky and thought provoking stories
Paul Bae writes amazingly touching stories, and finds great actors to portray his characters.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Paul Bae
Podcast Status
Potentially Inactive
Oct 17th, 2017
Latest Episode
Feb 17th, 2021
Release Period
2 per month
Avg. Episode Length
36 minutes
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