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The Way Out

Warhammer Horror
Length: 1 hr and 16 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
4.5 out of 5 stars (37 ratings)

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A Warhammer Horror audio drama.  

A ship becalmed in space needs repairs. Fortunately, a nearby watch station offers refuge. Surely nothing can go wrong for the crew of the Fortune's Favour?  

Listen to it because: Atmospheric, tense, terrifying...it's an audio experience tailor-made to chill you, and from the opening drama to the tense conclusion, you'll be on the edge of your seat. 

The story: In the midst of a vast gas nebula lies a remote watch-station, hanging silently against a tapestry of dying stars. It sits alone, patiently awaiting lost travellers adrift in the freezing vastness of the void. To such souls it appears as a blessing, a safe haven from the warp storms that wrack the immaterium and destroy the ships of those foolish enough to test the tides. 

To Captain Arq and her crew, it is one thing - refuge. But things are never so simple.

Written by Rachel Harrison. Running time approx. 77 minutes. Performed by Grace Andrews, Steve Conlin, Matthew Hunt, Jonathan Keeble, Carla Mendonca, Colleen Prendergast, David Seddon and David Sibley.

©2019 Games Workshop Limited (P)2019 Games Workshop Limited

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Good Horror

I love the full casting, sound effects, and music. Wish it was longer, but 'oh well'.

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just wonderful

Lock this book the story be wonderful And audio for it was on point

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Best Warhammer Horror story so far

Very well done audio drama. Excellent pacing, interesting and nuanced characters, and a creepy plot that you would expect from a horror short story.

This is by far the best of the Warhammer horror stories.

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Event horizon in 40k version. Its so short.

Its ok, I wish they would release a long full cast. Always a short listen.

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  • Connor Gordon
  • 12-02-19

damn good

if you like dead space you will like this very dead space horror like .

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  • Mr. Kyle Hutcheson
  • 11-04-19

Dead in Space...ahem, like...you know...???

The usual high quality of acting, though I wish the use of modern day regional accents which are becoming more common in 40K dramas could be toned down. There's no need for representation of Planet Scotland, Planet Cockney or Planet Geordie-it doesn't make it all more inclusive for listeners in those places, just a bit cringey and daft. Other than that the voice acting is good.

The story itself is very reminiscent of certain aspects of Dead Space-even the voices of one of the characters is close enough to think the producers of this had used the same filter. Still, it rolls along at a good old pace and I never once found myself loosing interest. The sound effects are good and help build the world, as does the occasional snippet of music. It's all very Grim Dark without a single space marine in sight-sort of Hammer House actually.

Well worth the price.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-02-19

a spook but no scare.

great story and performance. introduces great lore but only spooky not very scary. still good.

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  • Dan
  • 10-28-19

so so...

Mixed bag although i am curious to see how Black Library expand on the horror genre.