The Big Stomp – Host Rules 02

If you've ever wanted to ride into Godzilla's mouth, we'll tell you how!

Broadcast live on Twitch on the 2nd and last Wednesday of the month, The Big Stomp is the geek & pop culture discussion show covering the latest news stories and topics of discussion. Hosted by Andrew Watton-Davies aka The Raggedyman, three panellists take part in each show with a story they feel is worth stomping about. 


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What happens in this episode? 

This episode of The Big Stomp was broadcast first on Twitch on 14th October 2020.

Bunkazilla’s resident redhead rambler, Lizzie Barnes, takes the host’s chair for this episode of Big Stomp: Host Rules. She’s joined by The Raggedyman, Mark and Bunkazilla Station Controller, Iain Boulton for a fun-filled geek culture discussion.

As it’s host’s rules, Lizzie has control of the topics at hand. There are ouija board controversies at Poundland, more holiday focused movies from Netflix, a new Japanese ride that lets you go straight literally into Godzilla’s mouth, a chat about nostalgia and even a sighting of a Thanos made out of wool!

Episode Timings (YouTube Video)

  • 00:00:00 – Start
  • 00:01:17 – Ouija boards not welcomed at Poundland
  • 00:17:30 – The rise of the Netflix holiday movie
  • 0048:43 – Godzilla’s mouth is calling you!
  • 01:11:15 – Nostalgia goggles
  • 01:59:12 – Wooly Thanos!

Enjoy the show and want to be part of the next episode? Bunkazilla broadcasts The Big Stomp LIVE on the 2nd and last Wednesday of the month on Twitch – join us over at twitch.tv/BunkazillaUK and watch the discussion unfold live before your eyes.

We’d love to hear your comments and feedback about the topics raised in the show so get in touch by emailing us with contact@bunkazilla.co.uk.7

About Iain Boulton 102 Articles
Station and Website Manager of Bunkazilla UK. Interests: Movies, Anime, WWE, Video Games

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