Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Episode 393: Godzilla vs. Kong

Hello everyone, and welcome back our week in geek.  Though, this time with a quick PSA.  We're having some issues with our RSS Feed so you will be having trouble finding our episodes on Podbeam and Apple Podcasts.  Currently you can grab the latest couple of episodes on our Soundcloud (see link below).

Even though the quarantine continues on we keep on recording.  This week we discuss the bits of nerd news around and talk about our theatrical review of Godzilla vs. Kong and our streaming review of SkylinesWe wrap everything up by answering our podquestion of "What is your favorite hot sauce ?"




For next week's streaming review we are watching Iron Mask on Hulu.

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-Hammer

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