Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Podcast
About This Show
In an isolated valley nestled in a mountain range near the sea, Mollyville thrives in a self-policing, self-sustainable community. It has beaches, cliffs, forests and a system of unknowably vast subterranean caverns that extend beyond sight. Social media is a construct of the past. No emails. No smart phones. No telephones. In this small community, a married man with a bitter ex-girlfriend struggles to maintain his cool, keep his woman and stay in character as things fall apart. Miles away, Janik and Nohl, two dodgy grifters tired of selling "sensual massages" and asking for rooms and food on credit decide to give up their lives of petty crime, allowing themselves to be mentored. Plateau Nick, a crazy artist who prefers life in the forest offers them a better way of life, and it looks promising… But what will it cost?
21 Episodes. Episodes air weekly on Mondays.
Themes: Ambitious desire for social acknowledgement, the rise of awareness, emotional transcendence, triumph, revenge. This podcast is intended for a mature audience.
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Most Recent Episode
Episode 012: Who’s The Boss
Imagination paves the way for destiny. We are as we believe.
Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama Episode 012: Who’s The Boss features inspirational words “How We Govern the Forces We Possess” by Christian Daa Larson. Music “Seeing The Future” by Dexter Brian. Performance by Taryn Maxximillian Dafoe.
Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama Episode 012: Who’s The Boss Musical Features in order of occurrence…
“Seeing The Future” by Dexter Brian
“Lagos 2030 A.D.” by Otis McDonald
“La La La” by Otis McDonald
Yap Audio, “Gravel Footfall Countryside”
Saam18, “Walking Wooden Bridge Fall Leafs Creek”
Airborne80, “Walking Over Wooden Bridge”
Denis Chapon, “Big Wooden Open Door”
Hybrid V, “Creepy Dungeon Door Slam”
Ethan Crawford & Keri, “Native Flute”
Thaigh Audio, “Showering Sequence”
Rocotilos, “Pen Drawer”
Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.
Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or