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Publisher's Summary

An artist and his wife, in bed on a thundery, hot and airless night. The eve of the opening of their new gallery. Can she hear something moving outside? Who is the voice in her ear and where has her husband gone? 'The Intruder' is heard exactly as she hears events; terror and fearful revelation stalk this story. Written by Gareth Parker, produced by Andrew Ward and featuring Paul McEwen, Jessica Dennis, and Richard Holt.
Pull on your headphones and Horror-fi yourself. 'Revolutionise' is an often overused word; however, this is what Horror-Fi achieve with there new recording technology/process for recording audio drama. Horror-fi’s highly innovative production technique allows you the listener to immerse your aural senses in the very heart of the drama. Listen through head phones and experience the ultra vivd world the 3D Audio recording technique creates inside your mind.
©2010 3D Horrorfi Ltd (P)2010 3D Horrorfi Ltd
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Critic Reviews

"This is another type of experience, another level for audio drama, I have listened to plenty of excellent audio drama by the BBC but Horror-fi makes audio drama even better." (Elena Agullo Bernabeau)
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Customer Reviews

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3 out of 5 stars
By DK on 07-10-12

Hmmm Ok I guess

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Yes. More information about the villain.

If you’ve listened to books by Gareth Parker before, how does this one compare?

Haven't and now probably won't

What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?

Seemed like talented actors but the accents were difficult to understand for this American.

Could you see The Intruder being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?

No, too formulaic. Should have used a better story to showcase this "sound experience."

Any additional comments?

Listened to this twice. I would like to read the story to see if I missed something or if it was never there.

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