Episode 34: Summer Movie Series 2013: This is the End


Post-Apodaclypse is hitting the theaters to bring you this summer's hottest post-apocalyptic movies!  To begin, hosts Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell talk about one of this summer's most anticipated films, the end-of-the-world comedy This is the End, starring Seth Rogen, James Franco, Jonah Hill, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Jay Baruchel and a host of other celebrities playing themselves. When the apocalypse hits in the middle of a party in the Hollywood Hills, can friendships--and mankind--survive?  Tune in and see if it lives up to the hype!


Episode 33: Check this shtako out! New Defiance episodes


Syfy's brand new show (and video game) Defiance is working its way into its first season, with plenty of explosions and knife-fights and intrigue and aliens and humans and lost astronauts and creepy family bathing rituals and occasional girl-on-girl action.  Join Post-Apodaclypse hosts Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell as they walk you through episodes 5 though 8.  Let's do this shtako!


Episode 32: The End of (the first season of) the Revolution


The first season of NBC's hit post-apocalyptic series Revolution has come to a close.  Join hosts Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell for a breakdown of the season finale, a look at the online webisodes titled "Enemies of the State", and a review of the show's first year.  Let there be lights?


Episode 31: Saturday Morning Apocalypse


There was an age, long past, when children's adventure programming was resigned to three networks alone, and took place on the glorious Saturday mornings of yore.  For kids everywhere, this weekly block of cartoon action was reward enough itself.  For kids who also longed for post-apocalyptic tales, there was even more rejoicing!  Their monkey was fed by 1976's live action series Ark II (which, coincidentally, had a monkey in it) and by 1980's animated epic called Thundarr the Barbarian (not at all trying to rip off Star Wars in any way, we swear)!  Join hosts Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell as they take Post-Apodaclypse back to the era of cereal commercials, vibrant morality tales, and...well...talking monkeys.    Ookla!  Ariel!  RIDE!