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Mind’s Eye

By Parcast Network

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The scariest monsters are those hiding inside our own minds... Plagued by nightmares, homicide detective Kate McClay enlists her radio-journalist husband get to the bottom of her horrifying dreams. In the process, Kate fights against psychology, unsolved crimes, her own family, and even a serial killer. Will Kate's dreams ever end? Or is her nightmare just beginning? New episodes release on Monday.

Customer Reviews

Rough Start

The podcast started rough with some shotty acting, bad transitions, and dull plot outlines. However, as I continue to listen I find myself being more interested in the story. Where it lacks in production, it sort of makes up in story. However the premise reminds me of a few existing movies, namely Eyes of Laura Mars.

The main constructive criticism I can give is build the tension. Using better background music, and or sound effects would help dramatically. See “The No Sleep Podcast” for examples of that. Also the silly piano break transition complete takes away any tension you have tried to build and jolts you out of focus.

Overall I’m looking forward to seeing it continue to grow, this being Parcasts first fictional show I'm sure it will continue to improve. Also very interested in seeing where the story goes.

Well Done, Story Predictable

It’s well produced and the acting is so-so, heard worse. Wish they would of used people that aren’t on their other shows. The story is predictable, and the pace is slow.

Nothing special

I finished part 3 and find it hard to get through the remaining parts. Since I won’t finish the show I think Kate is the killer.