Wormwood Portraits: The Criminal’s Tale

Habit Forming Films proudly presents: Wormwood Portraits: The Criminal’s Tale!

Story by Jeremy Rogers
Written by Jeremy Rogers and Tiffiny Kaye Whitney

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Starring:

Rob Grindlinger as Don Marino
Arthur Russell as Doctor Xander Crowe
Sonia Perozzi as Sparrow
Joe J. Thomas as Abacus Bressier and the Announcer
Briony James as Miss Ginter
Robert W. Allen as Robert Soavi
Nicole Rayburn as Amanda Marino
Taylor Baril as Tanya Golding
Samantha Turk as the TV Reporter
Peter Dirksen as the Doorman and Goon #3
Ben Boodman as Goon #4
and
Rob Grindlinger and Joe J. Thomas as the Original Goons

Edited by Jeremy Rogers
Recorded and Produced by Habit Forming Films, LLC
Original Music Composed by Todd Hodges

Additional Music:
Afterlife by Pretonika provided by Jamendo

Staff Writers:
Jeremiah Allan, Rob Allspaw, Tiffiny Kaye Whitney and Paul Montgomery

Executive Producers:
David Accampo and Jeremy Rogers

Copyright 2009 Habit Forming Films, LLC. All Rights Reserved.


About The Author

Wormwood: A Serialized Mystery is a full-cast audio mystery that brings the spirit of the radio drama into the 21st century world of podcasting, mp3 technology and RSS feeds. We tell stories to rival the best of television -- using only the theater of the mind.

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3 Responses to “Wormwood Portraits: The Criminal’s Tale”

  1. RJ says:

    as soon as i realized what character this one would follow i pretty much shut it off. I was really looking forward to this season of wormwoods but to be honest, after crossroads the stories just seemed to go off in uninteresting directions. ive only heard crow for like half a minute since the hand of glory episodes and jacob, diedre, and all the fun ones seem to have vanished.

  2. Wormwood says:

    RJ – Sorry to hear that you’re not liking the current direction of the show. We’re glad you enjoyed the first two seasons, and I hope you stick around for Wormwood: Revelation, which should bring back the plotline you’re looking for. That said, Deidre is featured in the very next episode, so you may want to check that out.

    And: We’ll challenge your assertion that you’ve only heard Crowe for a minute and a half this season. Crowe was heavily featured in The Queen’s Tale and the Merchant’s Tale, and if you listen to the rest of the Criminal’s Tale, Crowe is also heavily featured there. The Criminal’s Tale actually covers material leading up to the very first episode of the series, so if you’re curious about Amanda Marino and how Crowe got involved in that case — it’s all there. :)

  3. Bill says:

    I have to say I have just found Wormwood, and I absolutely love the Portraits. It ties together all the jagged, sinewy parts that had left you wondering how everyone came to be where they were. It knits together the skeleton-work of a believable world; one where you may or may not dare to live. Thanks for your work!

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