The Conversation Hat Podcast - Episode 16

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In this episode we talk about fighting schoolchildren, our spirit animals and whether we'd prefer to be a werewolf, vampire, or a zombie. Included are a sketch titled Armageddon, and the song King Werewolf.

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Here are some of the things we spoke about in this episode.

First off, What We Do In The Shadows is a mockumentary film featuring some of the chaps from Flight Of The Concords. A household of vampires are interviewed about attempt to integrate in society and deal with the everyday trials and tribulations of being a vampire.

When we spoke about zombie movies, we accidentally referred to World War Z as something else... Whoops... The book version of World War Z is a series of mini stories about a zombie out-break and what different people do to combat it or survive around the world. The film version puts Brad Pitt in the role of all the people, and awkwardly throws him around the planet with little information given as to why...



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Ep16 thumbThe Conversation Hat is hosted by Ben Pierson and Liam Taylor, and edited by Laura Elmer.

Artwork by Rebecca Timmons. You can find her blog over here:

Music by Liam Taylor