The B-Movies Podcast: 90% of My Early Sexual Fantasies

Bibbs, Witney and Devon Ashby of review The Muppets, Hugo, A Dangerous Method and The Artist! Now with more spanking!

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The B-Movies Podcast menages your trois this week with Episode #43 – 90% of My Early Sexual Fantasies! This week, CraveOnline's film channel editor William 'Bibbs' Bibbiani and Witney Seibold of Three Cheers for Darkened Years are joined by Devon Ashby, film critic for! Together they'll ponder pandrogyny, David Cronenberg's sexual proclivities and this weekend's biggest movie releases: The MuppetsHugoA Dangerous Method and The Artist. And as always, the latest movie news and whatnot: The Dark Knight Rises goes to the future, Scarlett Johansson makes her directorial debut, Robert Pattinson hating Twilight, the 1980s video game classic Rampage coming to theaters, Steven Soderbergh ditching The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Martin Scorsese makes a Snowmanand, of course, the remake of Chopping Mall.

PLUS! Is The Dark Knight Rises really a tie-in with Atlas Shrugged: Part One? Will Bibbs ever do coke off of Jason Statham's head? Was Divine really the best drag queen ever? Why are there no movies about giant wolfmen? Is David Cronenberg a sub or a dom? Does Sacha Baron Cohen have a monopoly on moustaches? Was Liberace slightly ostentatious? Is there anything sadder than a robot wandering around with a tray of New Coke for twenty years? And seriously, what's a better safe sex option for vampires: mouth guards or ball gags?

The answers to all these questions and more on The B-Movies Podcast: Episode #43 – 90% of My Early Sexual Fantasies!



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William Bibbiani Reviews A Dangerous Method

William Bibbiani Reviews The Artist

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