Why Does It Exist?

Podcast #1: The Bleeding

In Podcasts on December 1, 2011 at 9:33 am

This is the pigman, not Ed Asner. I can see how that would be confusing, though.

After a solid month of hard work, Pabst Blue Ribbons and going ‘Hello? Hello? Make it louder. There we go!’ into a microphone, we are finally ready to unveil the very first episode of Why Does It Exist?: The Podcast. To celebrate this new medium, we picked a movie that I used as the go-to example of a perfect Why Does It Exist? movie in my very first post, seven months and change ago: The Bleeding. This high-octane (pff) vampire movie (PFFF) boasts an all-star cast (FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF) includes Michael Madsen, Armand Assante, rap superstar DMX, tattoo superstar Kat Von D and neckless superstar Vinnie Jones.

There are many ways to obtain the podcast:

Subscribe on iTunes! (Please note that if you search for the show on iTunes store, it will not be available until tomorrow, Dec. 2nd)

Just a straight-up download!

Subscribe to the RSS feed!

Please write reviews on iTunes if you get a second, it helps us get noticed by iTunes and bumped up in the rankings so that more people can find us!

A few notes on this first episode:

– Yeah, the sound is tinny. The first couple of episodes have patches of rough sound, but I’m happy to report that this has been solved.

– This is, thus far, the only episode with a running length equivalent to the movie, for you Why Does It Exist? trivia buffs out there.

– The music for this episode was provided by Tyger Tyger, a band comprised mostly (but not entirely) of Dan.

– I’m at work right now, so I should probably do some work and let y’all enjoy some good ol’ fashioned talk radio (minus the racism and generally terrible opinions).


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