"Seid" Jesse Reyes

50 - "Sailor Moon Lost Episode"

They may not be pretty soldiers, but David, Kaela, Abysmii and Seid are here fight evil by moonlight and talk about Sailor Moon while reading yet another attempt at a “lost episode” story. This Wattpad wonder seems to have been written by a kid, so the gang’s not expecting anything glorious by a long shot. But will they have fun anyway?

“Sailor Moon: Lost Episode” is credited to fluffycupcakegirl. Read along here.

22 - "The Art of Jacob Emory"

David invites Seid and Raevell of The Witching Hour back to discuss the piece that inspired Midnight Marinara's 2nd episode, the tale of a troubled artist and a very weird town. Is the story a true work of art, or did it take a remix from the Pasta Shade to turn a troubled tale into a gallery display?

"The Art of Jacob Emory" is credited to Peterdivine. Read along here.

18 - "Jeff: The Killer" 2018 (#200)

For an ominous unknown killer, our old friend Jeff sure has a habit of making himself known. In what is UCA's 200th episode in the grand scheme of things, David, Kaela, Allen, Seid and Abysmii are offered yet another attempt at spinning a Jeff story to make it more compelling. Will it succeed where others have failed?

“Jeff: The Killer” was written by TheLawliet10. Read along here.

Bonus - Live at Midsummer Scream 2018 (Part 2)

Closing out their performance at Midsummer Scream, the Creative Horror gang reads a couple of stories blind, one of which would go on to be a proper episode you no doubt heard.

For the Part 1 of this panel, listen to Midnight Marinara here.

Performed July 28th, 2018 at the Long Beach Convention Center, featuring David King, Kaela Berry, Allen Chaney, Jesse "Seid," Reyes, Abysmii, Papreeka and Matt Holley. Video recording by Lisa Tom. Special thanks to Zack Sokol and Ben Dickow.

13 - "The Book of the Ravenous" (Midsummer Scream 2018)

Our 13th episode in the new run (and 195th episode overall) features the Creative Horror Crew all together in the aftermath of Midsummer Scream, reading a story they started to cover at the Midnight Marinara panel the day before! David, Kaela, Allen, Seid, Abysmii, Papreeka and Matt Holley (with special guest appearances by Gracey) wonder: is this verbose tale of a creepy cookbook worth the effort to finish?

"The Book of the Ravenous" is credited to William Buckley. Read along here.