The Popcorn Muncher Podcast: Episode 47 – Kong: Skull Island and podcast anniversary celebrations

Kong stands tall in the trailer for Kong: Skull Island
Kong stands tall in the trailer for Kong: Skull Island

There’s a bloody great ape dominating things on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.

The latest major monster movie Kong: Skull Island is the main subject of our reviews section, but we also find time to discuss the offbeat action comedy Catfight. In the news, we review the trailer for Edgar Wright’s action thriller Baby Driver and news of a potential Matrix reboot.

We discuss the benefits of continuity-free superhero movies in our debate section, following the success of Logan, and Luke once again delves a decade into the past for his quiz.

It’s also a special occasion – the first anniversary of The Popcorn Muncher Podcast. Go and have a look at the very first episode to see just how much we’ve changed. To tie in with our special celebration, we have also created a trio of bingo cards so you can play along with our podcast in-jokes and quirks. Let us know in the comments if you’ve had a go!

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Music by Bensound.



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