168: Yuletide Slaughter - Chilling Tales for Dark Nights
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Nicholas Goroff's narration style has such a stark artifice to it, such a heavy affectation disguised as a regional accent, that it distracts from the story he is telling. He really should draw back on that artificial accent. it's difficult to focus on the details of the story. Horror narrators often overindulge in affectation, mistakenly thinking this will heighten the effect. They should take a cue from Otis Jiry, who has a more natural narration style and cadence. His doesn't sound like a fake accent, and he doesn't overemphasize anything in any distracting way.