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Where Geek Meets Goth

Two self-confessed goths and students of improv invite you in for discussions over a wide variety of random subjects from geek culture to the occult and beyond. Each week hear a new song lifted from the dark alternative underground. Experience also movie commentaries, music specials, special guest appearances, contributor specials, and roving reports from places like Park City or Salt Lake City Comic Con. Hear also reviews of movies, books, plays, musicals, and video games. The InsideOutcast is the one podcast to experience everything under the sun and moon.

Download The InsideOutcast #53 STOMPY STOMP 13-08-2010 (91.27 MB)

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The InsideOutcast #53 STOMPY STOMP

  • The InsideOutcast #53 STOMPY STOMP
  • In this double hard episode, Dave and Brandi pay respect to the big guy, Godzilla. From the 1954 film, Gojira, to the crap American attempt, we cover it all. Smog monsters, insectoid defenders of the Earth, mutants and aliens, it's all here. No movie review this week, but we do have the So You Think You Can Dance finale. Your hosts try not to spoil Burn Notice despite an inspired revelation regarding Jesse.

    The Dark Track of the Week is Cradle by Beryl Beloved. The Dressed for Burial EP is available now. Check out their MySpace page http://www.myspace.com/berylbelove

    Shout out to The Invasion podcast on EBM Radio. Subscribe via http://podcast.ebm-radio.com/

    Also check out The Black Dog podcast. A humorous, retrospective look at the best and worst movies. Are they as good or bad as we remember? http://www.geekplanetonline.com/hosting/lot/blackdog/




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    Keywords: geek, goth, Godzilla, Gojira, monsters, Alan Thicke, dance, Burn Notice, Japan, deathrock