What dark deeds unfold on the streets of Arkham? And which unwitting souls will succumb to the maddening call... OF CTHULHU? Cinematic audio drama and live tabletop roleplaying coalesce into an occult radio play of unknowable horror and black comedy. Each season is a standalone tale, boldly exploring Lovecraftian lore in new and uncanny ways.

Customer Reviews

A fascinating blend of improv and audio drama

A wonderful jaunt into the terrying realm known as "The 1920s". Whether you're new to the Call of Cthulhu system, or an experienced traveller along the mountains of madness, this podcast has something for everyone. A fascinating tale of horror and mystery that really manages to draw you in with the intrigue and excellent cast of characters.
I've listened to quite a few audio dramas and actual play RPG podcasts, but few manage to blend the two genres quite so well as this one. The acting and editing is expertly done, with the music and olde timey adverts really help make the experience that much more enthralling. By the end of it you won't know if you've been listening to a group of friends enjoy an evening of rolling dice while eating doritos, or a pre-planned story carefully crafted for your auditory enjoyment. A very strong recommendation from me, and looking forward to listening to future seasons.

Great Show

Criminey Rickets
A really good podcast, would definitely recommend season one to anyone who likes a comedic podcast, however the only reason I’m giving four stars is because the second season feel too scripted and significantly lacking in comedic elements/events. Also season two don’t have good ol’ Father Grandfather, the best character to come from this series.

Father Grandfather save me

Shaded Spriter
This excellently produced live roleplay podcast in the style of an old timey radio program is great - The first action during the play session really sets the tone and shows off why Father Grandfather is simply the best character to exist in a Call of Cthulhu program

Ten thumbs up

I rarely recommend things to the world at large, but goodness me, if you're looking for an incredibly well put together, hilarious podcast, you should check out The Call of C'thulu Mystery Program. The Nerdy Show crew really pulled out all the stops on this one, having turned a marathon tabletop roleplaying session into an incredibly well-produced Lovecraftian radio drama. Ten thumbs up!