Thursday, September 26, 2013

Episode 45: Zombie Apocalypse (no, the other one...)

Yes, Post-Apodaclypse did already review a (crappy) film called Zombie Apocalypse.  This episode is not about that.  This is about the Discovery Channel's docu-special of the same name.  It focuses on preppers who actually believe the zombie apocalypse is going to happen.  Check out who these folks are and how they plan to survive the undead hordes as hosts Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell talk about this and other prepper-related realities. 

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Saturday, September 21, 2013

Episode 44: Cinema Crapfest: AE Apocalypse Earth and Post Impact

Are you tired of watching GOOD movies?  Boy, do we feel you.  That's why we've got our ongoing series we call Cinema Crapfest - so we can all bask in the glory of hilariously bad film making.  Crapfest is back with a couple of new post-apocalyptic lemons for your viewing "pleasure", this time covering AE: Apocalypse Earth (Richard Grieco, Adrian Paul) and Post Impact (Dean Cain).  Join hosts Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell as Post-Apodaclypse once more embraces the crap!

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Thursday, September 12, 2013

Episode 43: Morpheus and Chet vs. the Snow Cannibals (The Colony)

It's not out in US theaters until September 20, but it's on video on demand right now.  Let hosts Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell give you a spoiler-filled look at the post-apocalyptic eco horror action thriller called The Colony, starring Laurence Fishburne and Bill Paxton.  It's all about snow and crazy cannibals on the latest episode of Post-Apodaclypse.  Bring your winter jacket.  It's going to get cold in here.

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Saturday, September 7, 2013

Episode 42: Kindle-Rama: The Remaining

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.

Also available in iTunes.