The B-Movies Podcast #290 | Snowden Behold, Treacheries of the Connected World
Oliver Stone is finally mad about something again, but is his Edward Snowden biopic Snowden a return to his former greatness or is this illegal data collection thriller a hack job? This week on The B-Movies Podcast, film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold come to blows over Snowden and also catch up on a whole bunch of new releases, including Sully, Blair Witch, Bridget Jones’s Baby, Other People, Ithaca and Operation Avalanche.
Also on this week’s episode, Bibbs and Witney walk you through more than a dozen films from this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, with reviews of The Autopsy of Jane Doe, The Bad Batch, City of Tiny Lights, Colossal, Elle, The Handmaiden, Headshot, La La Land, Loving, A Monster Calls, Moonlight, Nocturnal Animals and Personal Shopper.
Plus, we keep getting your letters, so we’ll keep reading them on the air! Be sure to drop us a line at [email protected] with your comments, opinions, suggestions, the films that inspire you, your picks for the best films of the decade (so far) and your questions about Bibbs and Witney.
Who will win the debate over Snowden? You might find out in The B-Movies Podcast #290: Snowden Behold, Treacheries of the Connected World! Follow The B-Movies Podcast on Twitter at @BMoviesPodcast and follow your hosts at @WilliamBibbiani and @WitneySeibold. And of course, subscribe to The B-Movies Podcast on iTunes so you don’t miss a single, solitary episode of movie news, reviews, commentary tracks, exclusive interviews and more!
William Bibbiani (everyone calls him ‘Bibbs’) is Crave’s film content editor and critic. You can hear him every week on The B-Movies Podcast and Canceled Too Soon, and watch him on the weekly YouTube series Most Craved, Rapid Reviews and What the Flick. Follow his rantings on Twitter at @WilliamBibbiani.
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