The B-Movies Podcast #240 | A Black Mass of Movie Reviews
Hold onto your butts, because we’re reviewing 18 new movies on this week’s episode of The B-Movies Podcast! William Bibbiani is back from the Toronto International Film Festival with nine new films to talk about, including horror movies, Oscar contenders and family films from Japan, and together, he and Witney Seibold also have nine more new movies to catch up on that are currently in theaters.
And since they only have 68 minutes to record this week’s episode, it might just be their fastest paced B-Movies Podcast yet.
So sit back and relax and listen in as they review the Dan Rather drama Truth, the twin Tom Hardy crime saga Legend, the creepy French farce Lolo, the thrilling outer space thriller The Martian, the disturbing social horror screed High-Rise, the almost-amazing transgender drama The Danish Girl, the surprising Halloween creepfest Hellions, the serial killing musical London Road, the unbelievably sweet anime fantasy The Boy and the Beast, the cool new PG-13 sci-fi auctioner Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, the mountainous missed opportunity Everest, the thought-provoking border film Sicario, the chess master biopic Pawn Sacrifice, the Dick Tracy-ish return of Johnny Depp in Black Mass, the depressing homelessness examination Time Out of Mind, the hilarious romantic comedy Sleeping with Other People, the bonkers horror comedy Cooties and the transcendent Norwegian movie Blind.
Phew! We gotta catch our breath after this one. Check out The B-Movies Podcast #240: A Black Mass of Movie Reviews, and subscribe on iTunes to download every episode – including exclusive commentary tracks and celebrity interviews – for free! Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter at @BMoviesPodcast and follow your hosts at @WilliamBibbiani and @WitneySeibold to keep this madness going all week long!
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 watch him on the weekly YouTube series Most Craved and What the Flick. Follow his rantings on Twitter at @WilliamBibbiani.