This short special report gives you the details of the forthcoming live coverage from Comic-Con International in San Diego this week. Co-host Tim Watts will be on site starting Wednesday, doing live Periscope videos, live-Tweeting from panels, uploading photos to the Post-Apodaclypse Facebook page, and more! Get ready to live the greatest circus on Earth through Post-Apodaclypse's eyes!
Happy Holidays from your pals at Post-Apodaclypse! Let hosts Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell fill your brains with all the happenings leading up to the mid-season finale of the CW's The 100, as well as talky stuff about the Mad Max: Fury Road trailer and the beginnings of the cyber apocalypse. Listen while you can!
Post-Apodaclypse hosts Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell continue their analysis of the CW post-apoc show The 100, this time looking at episodes 7-13 to round out their season 1 review.
Hosts Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell take a look at the first six episodes of the CW's new post-apocalyptic action series The 100, where 100 teens are sent from their space station home back to an Earth that was destroyed in nuclear war 97 years before. Get all the details on this episode of Post-Apodaclypse.
Post-Apodaclypse hosts Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell are ready to take you on another journey of downloadable literary adventure in the latest installment of Kindle-Rama, where they review post-apocalyptic books that you can download to your Kindle (or Kindle app) and discover. This time around, the boys review the internet-driven sensation called The Remaining by author D.J. Molles. In an America overrun by bacteria-created rage zombies, one military man must rise from his bunker and carry out his mission - to find survivors, rebuild society, and somehow stay alive long enough to do both.
The Post-Apodaclypse Summer Movie Series continues as Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell give their reviews on the highly-awaited World War Z, the Brad Pitt mega zombie spectacular based (kind of) on the Max Brooks book of the same name. Stories have flown through the press for months about massive rewrites and reshoots on this film, leading many to believe it had turned into a complete fiasco that was doomed to failure and ridicule. Did all the fixin's do the job? Tune into this episode and find out.
A new feature debuts on the Post-Apodaclypse podcast called Kindle-Rama. In this, hosts Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell take a look at post-apocalyptic books and stories available to you on your Amazon Kindle (or the Kindle software on your computer, phone or tablet). The first book examined is the post-nuclear adventure called Wanted, written by Jason Halstead. The first in a trilogy, this action novel follows a grizzled military vet and an actress forced to work together to rescue and deliver a pair of wealthy teens that nefarious forces are hunting for termination. Download the (free) book yourself and follow along (or wait to hear what your hosts have to say about it first).
Just in time for Christmas, your hosts Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell join special guest Vlado Zeravica to talk about The Road, both the 2006 Cormac McCarthy novel and the 2009 motion picture adaptation starring Viggo Mortensen. It is dark. It is depressing. It is bleak. Much like many of the family gatherings going on this holiday season! Join the Post-Apodaclypse gang as they dissect this brilliant piece of post-apocalyptic introspection.
In 1978, Stephen King wrote a monster novel--called The Stand--about the end of the world by pandemic and all the the theological hoo-ha that came after, and it rides high on many people's lists of favorite novels of all time. In 1990, it became even more monster when he released the complete and uncut version of the book, which ended up at almost 1200 pages. In 1994, ABC adapted it in an 8-hour miniseries penned by King himself. This episode, Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell discuss both the book and the TV adaptation, and whether one or the other either rocks or sucks.
The very first episode of Post-Apodaclypse, the podcast that digs into all the many forms of post-apocalyptic entertainment, from movies to TV to books to comics to video games. In this opening episode, hosts Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell talk a bit about who they are and why they're doing this, and take a general look at the post-apocalyptic sub-genre of science fiction. Say goodbye to the world that was, and join us in the wasteland!