Conceived during a fog-drenched car ride with nothing beyond the windshield but a horizon-less void, Larry Fessenden and Glenn McQuaid created the acclaimed Tales from Beyond the Pale, audio theater inspired by the vintage radio shows of Alfred Hitchcock and Orson Welles.
The series is produced by filmmakers Larry Fessenden, Glenn McQuaid, and Lisa Wisely.
When a plastic surgeon obsessed with creating the perfect form falls for a patient obsessed with becoming it, the two lose themselves in a synchronistic psychosis that culminates in a realization of their dreams more grotesque than either could have imagined. From award-winning writer/director Paul Solet, whose debut feature Grace had grown men fainting, comes a tale so distressing we have rated it… [SUGGESTED FOR MATURE LISTENERS]
I love how twisted the whole story is, and how the idea of subjective beauty is stretched pretty wide here. It might be an addition to my favorite Tales From Beyond the Pale episodes.
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my best advice is to pass on this one. Like many of these tales I don't find it particularly scarey, but this one really hits it out of the park in the gruesome and creepy department. I want to cut this story out of my brain, I'd like to return to a simpler time before I wanted to metaphorically slice memories from my mind. It was a better time in my life, you know an hour ago.