With both Walking Dead series on their season and mid-season breaks, #TeamZombie continues its new Zombpocalypse Now podcast by turning the baleful eyes of Mr. Harvey and Mr. Adair onto AMC’s newest supernatural thriller: Preacher.

Season 1, Episode 4 “Monster Swamp”
Written by: Craig Zisk
Directed by Sara Goodman

Dustin: Seriously, do we have to go back to watching Fear the Walking Dead after Preacher is over? Because this show about terrible people is so much more fun than that show about people who are terrible.

Timothy: We do owe it to the people to finish watching the season, yes.

Dustin: Do we, Tim? Do we really?

Timothy: Yes. We do. Until then though, we have Dominic Cooper, Ruth Negga, Joseph  Gilgun and Jackie Earle Haley to keep us entertained.

Dustin: Especially Jackie Earle Haley. He is amazing in this show. Odin and Tulip. They are the best things.

Timothy: I know, I’ve seen your Tweets.

Dustin: My Tweets are truths that must be spoken.

Timothy: And there you have it folks. To hear more about this week’s Preacher and Dustin’s thoughts on things Odin, Tulip and Cassidy, as well as a few thoughts of my own, check out our latest ZOMBPOCALYPSE NOW podcast!

Preacher is based on the Vertigo Comics title written by Garth Ennis with art by Steve Dillon, covers by Glenn Fabry. First released in March 1996, the entire run of 75 issues tells the story of Jesse Custer, who suddenly finds himself possessing (or possessed by?) a power, and he finds himself on a journey with former girlfriend Tulip O’Hare and an Irish vampire named Cassidy.


Preacher airs Sunday nights at 9/8c on AMC.


Timothy Harvey

Timothy Harvey is a Kansas City based writer, director, actor and editor, with a passion for film noir movies. He was the art director for the horror film "American Maniacs", and serves on the board of directors for the Independent Filmmakers Coalition of Kansas City and the Kansas City Film Commission.

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