In celebration of Audiences Everywhere’s forthcoming one year anniversary, Shaun and Brian of the No, Totally! podcast have graciously extended an invitation to host four of our writers as guests in separate episodes. If you are fans of what we do here at Audiences Everywhere, you’ll love what these guys (and frequently, some very interesting guests) do with their podcast. Be sure to follow them on social media and listen to their backlog of episodes. Next up for AE on the show, AE Founder David Shreve discusses No Country for Old Men:

I had the serendipitous opportunity to record with No, Totally! at an intersection of milestones. My appearance was meant as a celebration of the one year anniversary of Audiences Everywhere’s launch, but it also incidentally landed on the 52nd episode of Shaun and Brian’s standout production. So, with the wind of milestones pushing at our sails, two legendary film discussion entities collided. And it only makes sense that on this momentous occasion, an equally epic film be discussed.

We tried to talk about  No Country for Old Men (Listen Here). I think, with the smitten giggling and enthusiastic fanboy cheerleading edited out, we managed to catch a solid conversation about what I can’t prove isn’t the best film of all time.

Once again, I want to both thank and congratulate Shaun and Brian. It was an absolutely pleasure sharing this opportunity with them, I wish them the all the success that they deserve moving forward, and hopefully, this won’t be the last of our teams collaborating. Also, thanks are in order to Richard Newby, Diego Crespo, and Sean Fallon for doing such a great job at representing the spirit of AE on the podast. And, as always, thanks to all of you for sticking with us for a whole year… for some reason.