The B-Movies Podcast does unspeakable things to you with a fork in Episode 33 – The Both All Three of Us! Join CraveOnline's Film Editor William 'Bibbs' Bibbiani, Witney Seibold of Three Cheers for Darkened Years and special, awesome guest Beth Schacter, the writer/director of Normal Adolescent Behavior (aka Havoc 2) and the upcoming Abigail Breslin sex comedy A Virgin Mary, a film whose controversy (15-year-old Abigail Breslin is starring in her first mature, sexually-themed role) we discussed in last week's episode. Beth talks about casting Abigail in her upcoming film and joins us in a rousing review of this week's big art house action movie release, Drive! We also debate the latest movie news and whatnot: Cliff Robertson dies at 88 (well, okay, we don't "debate" that…), Top Gun goes 3D, Ghostbusters re-released in October, the Highlander remake gets a new director, Ron Howard's new superhero movie, J.J. Abrams' Star Trek 2, Mel Gibson's Judah Maccabee… thing, Expendables 2 casting and sci-fi writer Harlan Ellison's crotchety lawsuit against the Justin Timberlake thriller In Time!
The answer to the Unanswered Question of the Week: screenwriter David Guggenheim.
PLUS! What's the big difference between A Virgin Mary and Deep Throat? Is Albert Brooks a shoe-in for Best Supporting Actor? Which member of the podcast doesn't have a gag reflex? What upcoming action movie is based on a long-lost Dalton Trumbo script? Why was Witney so disappointed in The 400 Blows? What pornographic film is Beth Schacter on a lifelong search for? Why does The B-Movies Podcast actually endorse Mel Gibson's Judah Maccabee movie? What is Witney's chosen form of death, and how is Christina Hendricks involved? Why is Bibbs actually passionate about Steve Martin's old Sgt. Bilko movie? And what film really has the best "half a lap?"
The answers (or at least responses) to all these questions and more on The B-Movies Podcast: Episode #33: The Both All Three of Us!