83 episodes

A fictional podcast following three survivors as they trek across the country trying to survive an alien invasion.
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End of All Hope Bloody FM

    • Fiction
    • 4.2 • 988 Ratings

A fictional podcast following three survivors as they trek across the country trying to survive an alien invasion.
Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    S5E13: A New Understanding

    S5E13: A New Understanding

    Ava and company watch a woman get attacked which angers Brielle, until she realizes the danger they were in. Meanwhile, Jay and company sail to the best of their abilities, but is their best good enough?
    Music:
    "Alone" by Dan Howell @ Artlist.io

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    • 28 min
    S5E12: What Lies Ahead

    S5E12: What Lies Ahead

    Mia talks with different members of the QZ about the move, but when talking to Travis she refrains from telling him about her talk with Roger. In California, Ambridge, Kylie, and Jay grapple with the giant alien creature known as a Behemoth.
    Music:
    "Rapid Motion (Drums Version)" by Ian Post @ Artlist.io
    "Oval Window" by Yehezkel Raz @ Artlist.io
    "Under a Blanket" by Muted @ Artlist.io
    "Empty Room" by Max H. @ Artlist.io

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    • 27 min
    S5E11: To Trust Someone

    S5E11: To Trust Someone

    Ava and Brie talk to Connor after helping him with his arm. He warns them of some bad people in the area. But can they trust him? In Denver, Mia and company take a vote on leaving the zone. And Ambridge, Jay, and Kylie fight off thrashers during the day, only to be surprised by another type of creature at night.

    Music:

    "To the Strong" by Michael Vignola @ Artlist.io

    "Rapid Motion (Drums Version)" by Ian Post @ Artlist.io

    "Ion Fields" by Musical Mandalas @ Artlist.io

    "Long Road" by Oakfield @ Artlist.io

    "Growth" by Kyle Preston @ Artlist.io

    "Sleep Soon" by David Roy @ Artlist.io
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    • 27 min
    S5E10: Prepare for the Worst

    S5E10: Prepare for the Worst

    Ava and Brielle continue their trek north, but are running low on supplies. Jay and Kylie share a moment while Jay shaves his face. And in Denver, Mia and company bury Roger and say a few words.

    Music:

    "Empty Room" by Max H @ Artlist.io

    "Sleep Soon" by The David Roy Collective @ Artlist.io

    "Before Dawn" by Jason Shaw @ Audionautix.com

    "Lone Harvest" by Kevin MacLeod @ incompetech.com
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    • 36 min
    S5E9: Sorry

    S5E9: Sorry

    Travis tries to take over now that Roger is gone. Mia couldn't care less. She has other things to worry about, like what she'll say to Jess. Miles away in California, Jay comes to the rescue and saves Ambridge and Kylie just in time. He's finally able to prove himself.

    Music:

    "Empty Room" by Max H. @ Artlist.io

    "Sleep Soon" by The David Roy Collective @ Artlist.io

    "Under a Blanket" by Muted @ Artlist.io

    "Carry Me Slowly" by Jameson Nathan Jones @ Artlist.io

    "The Blackout" by Dylan Mixer @ dmixmusic.com
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    • 34 min
    S5E8: Nightmares

    S5E8: Nightmares

    Ava and Brie are making progress, but they are running low on supplies. And they're not the only ones. They meet an old traveler heading the other way. He doesn't have much and he warns them of a terrifying group of survivors who are preying on others. Meanwhile, Jay and company are in a national forest having their own troubles. Jay takes it upon himself to go hunting for the group, but he gets a scary surprise when he later returns to camp.

    Music:

    "The Blackout" by Dylan Mixer @ dmixmusic.com
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    • 27 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
988 Ratings

988 Ratings

amazed1009 ,

Binging

Would have made me crazy if I had to wait a week for. 20 min show.
Ava as a voice actress is rather flat.
Jay, on the other hand, nails the whinging character he portrays.
And please stop saying “Cali”. No one and I mean no one has ever called California “Cali”. (CA born and bred, 3rd generation so yes I do know)
Spoiler alert:

The episode when Mark dies is the best one. Had me in tears. He was so devoted to the ungrateful entitled Eva

Dangerously Curvy ,

Inconvenient Listen

Let me start by saying I think this is a pretty good story but to hard to listen to. I knew the Ava character but dread her voice acting. Sounds as if she's reading a paper. I also think the music segways are way too long and really unnecessary. I FF through all of them; which made this an inconvenient listen. Also the shows were way too short. FF thru the music, ads, & credits they're barely 12 min. Glad all episodes were out. Had I had to wait for them I would've abandoned this podcast quickly. Honestly I am almost did, but as I stated the story was pretty good.

MeadMeg ,

Apocalypse, alien invaders, road trip and love story.

New take on apocalypse and invasion by space aliens combined with road trip across all of America and a love story (or rather triangle). Strong and believable female characters, including some of the leads. Some LGBT characters. Interesting combination of first-person inner thoughts vs full cast dialogue. Several stories that intersect. Sound scape is incredible - you feel like you are really in the various locations- refugee camp, on the road, in the forest, desert, even in gun battles. Characters are believable and sympathetic. Some glitches in the science. After the internet goes down, no-one is able to communicate for a very long time, as if short-wave and radio do not exist. Not sure they understand EMP - which seems to take out batteries (but only car batteries, not say flashlight ones), instead of electronics, but this is minor and they seem to have a better handle on natural sciences. (Note - batteries operate on chemical reactions so a burst of electro- magnetic pulse shouldn't affect them, whereas electronics have lots of tiny metal connections that fry with high energy pulses). But their forte is really good story-telling. A couple of scenes and one episode where Ava seems to be reading a script. Perhaps poor editing? Or something. And the ads annoyingly jack up the volume, and repeat again and again- so I've become adept at skipping them. They manage to run five seasons and still have enough plot twists to keep you on the edge of your seat. Looking forward to next episode and also other podcasts by this group. Send them some money.

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