The B-Movies Podcast #215: Death Camp for Kids!


William “Bibbs” Bibbiani had better things to do (he’s out of town, speaking on convention panels), so Witney Seibold threw up the Batsignal for this week’s episode of The B-Movies Podcast, and received not one, but two superhero critics as substitutes. Alonso Duralde of and Scott Mantz of Access Hollywood both sat in on this week’s episode, assuring that all will be amazing. In this episode, Alonso and Scott convince Witney that Get Hard is even worse than he gave it credit for, divide over While We’re Young, wince at the doggie mayhem in White God, get confused over the Viggo Mortensen art flick Jauja, and discover that a central setting of the movie Home is essentially a death camp. But, y’know, for kids!


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Scott brings the energy, Alonso brings the intellect, and Witney sits to marvel at it all. Also, they discuss superhero movie news (as is common these days), wonder about the remake of Alien Nation, and reveal the best Beatle. 


Check Out: Alonso Duralde‘s and Scott Mantz‘s previous appearances on the podcast! 


What does the phrase “heart-warming” really mean? You’ll find out in The B-Movies Podcast #215: Death Camp for Kids! Follow the show on Twitter at @BMoviesPodcast and follow your host at  @WitneySeibold and our guests at @ADuralde and @MovieMantz. And don’t forget to subscribe to our show for free on iTunes for weekly movie news, reviews, commentary tracks, exclusive interviews and – of course – whatnot. 

Witney Seibold is a contributor to the CraveOnline Film Channel, and co-host of The B-Movies Podcast. You can follow him on “Twitter” at @WitneySeibold, where he is slowly losing his mind.