Taken Commentary Track

• July 21st, 2014

Why is Taken one of the best damned action movies of the 21st Century? Your B-Movies Podcast co-hosts William "Bibbs" Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are here with an all-new, all-free downloadable commentary track full of critical insight, macho appreciation, stupid jokes and in-depth analysis.


Why do Bibbs and Witney call Taken "A Deathtime Original Movie?" Is the movie really as fascistic as its denouncers claim? What is cinema's obsession with baguettes in paper bags? What is Witney Seibold's favorite "Liam Neeson Face?" Why are real men afraid of desks? What are Luc Besson's biggest fetishes? And is there any defense for Taken 2?

Find out in Taken: The B-Movies Commentary Track! Cue up your copy of the film on DVD, Blu-ray or Instant Streaming, give it a listen, and Twitter us at @WilliamBibbiani and @WitneySeibold. Follow the show at @BMoviesPodcast and subscribe for free on iTunes. Leave us a review! That's how we stay on the air.
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Ep. 181 - Kinda Like a Cheetah

• July 19th, 2014

Dude, remember Spaced Invaders? The hosts of The B-Movies Podcast do, and they're going to fight about it for no good reason on this week's episode of the show. Did the aliens poop corn cobs or just fertilize America's crops or what? It's a debate you need to hear to believe. Also, they're reviewing this week's new releases The Purge: AnarchySex Tape and Planes: Fire & Rescue


Did Michael Douglas have sex with everyone in the 1980s and 1990s? Find out on The B-Movies Podcast #181: Kinda Like a Cheetah! Twitter us at @WilliamBibbiani and @WitneySeibold, follow the show at @BMoviesPodcast and subscribe for free on iTunes. Leave us a review! That's how we stay on the air.
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Ep. 180 - Rated A for Apes

• July 11th, 2014

Dude, how fucked up is Dumbo? Welcome back to The B-Movies Podcast, the weekly movie news, reviews and whatnot show starring CraveOnline's William Bibbiani and Nerdist's Witney Seibold. This week they're reviewing Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Richard Linklater's experimental Boyhood and the strange new indie Land Ho!  

Also on this week's B-Movies Podcast: J.J. Abrams adds parkour to Star WarsDan Rather gets his own movie, Dumbo goes live-action, and Guillermo del Toro goes back to his indie roots and makes plans to return to his blockbuster dream project, At the Mountains of Madness.

Is William Bibbiani going to Film Critic Hell for finding fault in Boyhood? And does he really sound like Richard Dreyfuss? Find out on The B-Movies Podcast #180: Rated A for Apes! Twitter us at @WilliamBibbiani and @WitneySeibold, follow the show at @BMoviesPodcast and subscribe for free on iTunes. Leave us a review! That's how we stay on the air.

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Ep. 179 - Appreciate Bronies

• July 4th, 2014

The time has come to talk about Bronies... and why they're awesome. Welcome back to The B-Movies Podcast, the weekly movie news, reviews and whatnot show starring CraveOnline's William Bibbiani and Nerdist's Witney Seibold. This week they're reviewing Deliver Us From EvilEarth to EchoTammy, the Roger Ebert documentary Life Itself and the Brony documentary A Brony Tale.

Plus: Disney finally introduces "straight pirates" to the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, Disney makes Tina Fey their witch, X-Men: Apocalypse adds four familiar villains and the remake of The Omen finally gets its own remake. (Finally!)

So buckle up, hug your local Bronies and get ready to learn all about Tertiary Evil on The B-Movies Podcast #179: Appreciate Bronies! Twitter us at @WilliamBibbiani and @WitneySeibold, follow the show at @BMoviesPodcast and subscribe for free on iTunes. Leave us a review! That's how we stay on the air.

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Star Trek Into Darkness Commentary Track

• July 4th, 2014

A lot of people love J.J. Abrams' Star Trek Into Darkness, but William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold aren't two of them. The hosts of The B-Movies Podcast are back with their third free downloadable commentary track, and they're about to unload all of their critical acumen on the 2013 mega-sequel that divided audiences straight down the middle. 

How much does Star Trek Into Darkness suck? Is it even possible to count all the plot holes? What's up with all the lens flare? Was it really a good idea to reference Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan that much? How did Zoe Saldana get such a short shrift? Would the film have been better without Benedict Cumberbatch in it? And is it even really Star Trek? 

So cue up Star Trek Into Darkness on DVD, Blu-ray or the instant streaming service of your choice, listen to the audio to learn how to synch up the audio (it's easy), and tweet your hosts at @BMoviesPodcast@WilliamBibbiani and @WitneySeibold to let them know what you think of their argument. Subscribe on iTunes and keep coming back every week for more new episodes, and every month for a new free commentary track.

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Ep. 178 - Rambos

• June 27th, 2014

Reviews of Transformers: Age of ExtinctionSnowpiercerThey Came TogetherVenus in FurBound by Flesh and Begin Again all await you on an all-new B-Movies Podcast! Your hosts William "BibbsBibbiani (of CraveOnline) and Witney "BibbsSeibold (of Nerdist) are back with another poppin', lockin' episode of funky fresh movie news, reviews and whatnot.

This week, your hosts also say goodbye to beloved actor Eli Wallach, debate the difference between feeling nostalgia and acknowledging classics, find fault with the marketing campaign for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, wonder if North Korea has a point about the Seth Rogen movie The Interview, hope the next Pacific Rim will be better than the last one, suggest that the upcoming remake of WarGames is actually a remake of Barry Levinson's Toys, feel pretty good about the new Predator and look back at the history of Rambo and James Bond.

Squishy Purple, Robot Samurai, His Popiness and Chinese Democracy all compete for your affections this week on The B-Movies Podcast. Twitter us at @WilliamBibbiani and @WitneySeibold, follow the show at @BMoviesPodcast and subscribe for free on iTunes. Leave us a review! That's how we stay on the air.


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Ep. 177 - Movie Like It’s 1999

• June 20th, 2014

Jersey BoysThink Like a Man TooBorgman and The Last Sentence all get reviewed on this week's B-Movies Podcast, with your hosts William "Bibbs" Bibbiani of CraveOnline and Witney Seidbold of Nerdist. It's your weekly source for all the latest movie news, reviews and whatnot, but this week, without the actual news.


Why? Because it was a slow news week and Bibbs and Witney decided instead to go back to their old format of picking a random year in cinema history, before they were professional film critics, and retroactively presenting their picks for the Best and Worst movies of that year. And this time they've decided to focus on 1999, arguably the greatest year in the history of cinema. What will make their lists? The Matrix? The Phantom Menace? Fight Club? The Iron Giant? American Beauty? The Sixth Sense? The Blair Witch Project? Three Kings? Being John Malkovich? Office Space? Boys Don't Cry? Eyes Wide Shut? Toy Story 2? 

Holy crap, 1999 was a great year. So take a look back with The B-Movies Podcast, follow your hosts on Twitter at @BMoviesPodcast@WilliamBibbiani and @WitneySeibold, subscribe on iTunes and don't forget to leave us a review!
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Ep. 176 - Blast Processing

• June 13th, 2014

How to Train Your Dragon 222 Jump StreetThe SignalWitching and BitchingAll Cheerleaders DieHellion and The Rover all get reviewed on this week's episode of The B-Movies Podcast, the long-running - and newly award-nominated - film podcast featuring hosts William "BibbsBibbiani of CraveOnline and Witney "Professor CrunklekinsSeibold of Nerdist. (He doesn't like that nickname, so send us your suggestions for a better one on Twitter at @BMoviesPodcast.)

Plus, all the latest movie news and whatnot: Sonic the Hedgehog is getting a movie and we don't know why, the Millennium Falcon gets its revenge on Harrison Ford, Warner Bros.' upcoming superhero slate leaks online, Disney is seeking out a fourth The Mighty Ducks movieThe Amazing Spider-Man 3 might get bumped to 2017, Ewan McGregor's penis and so much more.

All this and the definition of "The Tim Allen Effect" await you on The B-Movies Podcast #176: Blast Processing! Follow us on Twitter at @WilliamBibbiani@WitneySeibold and @BMoviesPodcast, and subscribe on iTunes and leave us a review! It's the most awards-nominated podcast on CraveOnline, and that's gotta count for something.

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Ep. 175 - Sword Up!

• June 6th, 2014

Edge of TomorrowTrust Me and The Sacrament get reviewed on an all-new episode of the B-Movies Podcast! William "BibbsBibbiani of CraveOnline and Witney Seibold of Nerdist have been going strong for 175 episodes and they are celebrating this monumental occasion by doing absolutely nothing different. They've got outdated Trivial Pursuit and they're covering the latest movie news and whatnot, including the new Doctor Strange director, Bill Condon directing the live-action Beauty and the Beast, the latest Wachowski Starship joint Jupiter Ascending gets pushed back to February and Josh Trank will direct the next-next Star Wars spin-off.

Is the Marvel Cinematic Universe disappearing up its own ass? Find out in The B-Movies Podcast #175: Sword Up! (Oh, alright, the answer is "kinda.")

Twitter us at @WilliamBibbiani and @WitneySeibold, follow the show at @BMoviesPodcast and subscribe for free on iTunes. Leave us a review! That's how we stay on the air.

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Ep. 174 - Remember North Country?

• May 30th, 2014

MaleficentA Million Ways to Die in the WestFilth and We Are the Best! get reviewed this week, so join CraveOnline's William "BibbsBibbiani and Nerdist's Witney Seibold as they spew opinions forth like so many projectile ejectiles and dish their thoughts on all the latest movie news and whatnot: Josh Brolin is Thanos in Guardians of the Galaxy, Johnny Depp turns Harry Houdini into a superheroCliffhanger gets the remake treatment, Roland Emmerich plans to reboot his own Stargate franchise, comedy directors line up to replace Edgar Wright on Ant-Man and tons, tons more.

All this and the hit new game show "So You Think You Can Charles Dance" awaits you on The B-Movies Podcast #174: Remember North Country? (The correct answer is: no... probably.)

Twitter us at @WilliamBibbiani and @WitneySeibold, follow the show at @BMoviesPodcast and subscribe for free on iTunes. Leave us a review! That's how we stay on the air.

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