4 episodes

Surviving the New World seems like an impossible task. Young Philip Parson has found himself alone, destitute, and embarked upon a difficult journey homeward.

PHILIP'S APOCALYPSE is an all-new style of podcast by PAST BEDTIME STUDIO, starring Michael Johnston as Philip, featuring Phillip Ens as the Credits Announcer. Written by J.B. Stephen, with Ben Arzhang. Music composed and performed by J.B. Stephen. Produced by Ben Arzhang.

Philip's Apocalypse Past Bedtime Studio

    • Arts
    • 4.9, 9 Ratings

Surviving the New World seems like an impossible task. Young Philip Parson has found himself alone, destitute, and embarked upon a difficult journey homeward.

PHILIP'S APOCALYPSE is an all-new style of podcast by PAST BEDTIME STUDIO, starring Michael Johnston as Philip, featuring Phillip Ens as the Credits Announcer. Written by J.B. Stephen, with Ben Arzhang. Music composed and performed by J.B. Stephen. Produced by Ben Arzhang.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

Ms51912 ,

Emotional & Poetic Gem!

I am so happy I found this AD. It is so incredibly written and delivered. Beautifully haunting and dripping with emotional depth. 30 seconds in I felt connected with Philip.

Excellent writing, I can’t wait for more!

JoeHarrison ,

A "labor of love" and it shows!

"Philip's Apocalypse" doesn't waste any time, period - every moment feels meaningful and important in the overall journey to understanding the show's namesake, Philip. Both the soundtrack and the sound engineering work together beautifully to create an unsettlingly quiet atmosphere where you could hear a pin drop... but wouldn't WANT to hear a pin drop because that would be, somehow, more unsettling. And the character of Philip, through the writing and the performance, is immediately interesting, and someone you can, at least on some level, identify with; like, this is how I would act/react if I were in this situation. The 20 minutes of the first episode fly by way too quick; I am very interested to see where things go.

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