Someone Dies In This Elevator

Publisher:
Tal Minear

Someone Dies In This Elevator

4.7/5

Critic Rating

A spoiler driven anthology series, where there is always an elevator and someone always dies in it - but everything else is different.


Critic Reviews

Score: 3.8

Michael Bergonzi • Audio Drama Reviews Aug 3, 2022

"“Someone Dies in this Elevator” all say something profound about systemic problems like lack of accessibility, structural racism, and the pitfalls of capitalism. Though the execution of ideas can be wanting in some, the vast majority of tales deal with some issue of social justice—that and people dying on elevators."

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Score: 5

Lucy White • Independent.ie Jun 19, 2022

"...for even more bite-sized yarns, try the American anthology Someone Dies in This Elevator, whose episodes range from three to 20 minutes. The name may be a spoiler but the writers take a Memento approach by starting each episode with who died, before backtracking to how, why, when and where."

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Score: 5

Pacific S. Obadiah • Acast Blog Oct 25, 2021

"Tal’s talents don’t start and stop with sound design! Writer, Director, Editor, Artist. Tal is a creative force to be reckoned with. It’s a clever idea with incredible execution and deserves to be at the top of your list."

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Score: 5

Amber Rose Bulinski • Bello Collective May 16, 2021

"It’s Clue meets The Avengers with a touch of Groundhog’s Day, a mix that shouldn’t work but does in the most fantastic of ways."

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