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Best Sam Keane and William Tongue podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Sam Keane and William Tongue podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
Updated June 2020
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This time on Elevator Storm, Sam and Will head west to take on the Southern Gothic stylings of Ghost Rider. This episode: buff cryptids, Nicolas Cage being actually decent, and what the hell is James Corden? Music: Keep Grooving by Disasterpeace Donate to our Ko-Fi!
This time on Elevator Storm, we're talkin' Tank Girl. Will and Sam examine the especially odd 90s adaptation of the punk comic, before taking matters into their own hands. This episode: we think about Doctor Frankenstein, the merits of origin stories, and the physical insanity that is the kangaroo. Music: Keep Grooving by Disasterpeace Donate to ou…
In this episode, Will and Sam take on a movie that's actually pretty good: Legendary's Godzilla. This episode includes gushing about Kaiju, a lament for Bryan Cranston, and the reveal of Sam's greatest fear. Music: Keep Grooving by Disasterpeace. If you enjoyed this episode, why not buy us a coffee?By Sam Keane and William Tongue
Welcome to episode 2 of Elevator Storm, the show where two barely-grown men take a bad story and pitch to you a better one on the long ride to the penthouse. In this episode, Will and Sam tackle Avengers: Age of Ultron, ponder the function of a sexy robot, make the case for super bro-hugs, and answer the question: who is Faiza Hussain? Music: Keep …
Welcome to the pilot for Elevator Storm, a show where two barely-grown men take a bad story and pitch a better one to you on the long ride to the penthouse. In this episode, Sam and Will spend too much time ripping apart Transformers: Age of Extinction, decry the squandering of Kelsey Grammar's sweet gravelly tones, and make the case for Domnhall G…