Wednesday, 15 April 2009

Before the Dawn: A Twilight Podcast - Episode 01: The Appeal


I'm happy to announce a new venture, and it's all about Twilight. The phenomena started with the books by Stephenie Meyer and in 2008, the Twilight Universe came alive on screen with the film adaptation of Twilight directed by Catherine Hardwicke. Now the second book New Moon, is currently being film and third is in the works as well which lets us know we are in for one long and fun ride to all things Twilight. With the Twilight world taking people by storm, Marina & I stop to ask, ponder and reveal what is it that draws us to this world of love, vampires and so much more on our podcast: Before the Dawn: A Twilight Podcast.

In our first episode we discuss The Appeal of the Twilight world with a focus on Edward & Bella's relationship in the books and film. We also touch on the GQ Article interview with Robert Pattinson and Adventureland starring Kristen Stewart.

You can listen to our first first episode here.

For those unfamiliar with the series, we do talk about the content of the film Twilight and first two book "Twilight" and "New Moon" in detail. I encourage Twilight and non-Twilight fans alike to have a listen and take part in the discussion - you can leave text and voice comments over at the Before the Dawn website and you can subscribe to the cast as well.

I am also hoping to share more podcasting news in the future so stay tuned!



Suzie the Foodie said...

Great podcast Shannon, I had so much fun listening to you both chat and discuss Twilight. It made me realize some of the issues in their relationship that I had not considered before. Excellent work!

Trista DeVries said...

Gah. I'm not sure that I can listen to this, due to the rash that all things Twilight gives me, but I really want to support two smart women talking about something they love.... dilemma dilemma. I think it's amazing that you two are doing this regardless of topic!

Shannon the Movie Moxie said...

We've had non Twilight fans enjoy it, but if you haven't seen the film or read the book I'm not sure how much you'd get from it.

But, it is about the appeal of it all, which is a fascinating topic :)

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