The B-Movies Podcast Ep. 3 – Hey Shawty

Bibbs and Witney review The Oscar-Nominated Shorts, 'Carbon Nation' and explain why Doris Day is scarier than flying monkeys.

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The B-Movies Podcast Ep. 3 - Hey Shawty

The B-Movies Podcast rises again! Join Bibbs and Witney for all the latest movie news, reviews and whatnot in CRAVE Online‘s newest weekly series.

This week:  Remake madness continues with Rob Zombie’s reimagining of Walt Disney’s Hocus Pocus, Shawn Levy’s Fantastic Voyage and the upcoming teen-friendly update of Alfred Hitchcock’s The Man Who Wasn’t There. Plus, Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are teaming up to fight a serial killer, Zombies Ate My Neighbors will eat your neighbors, apparently, and the Captain America Super Bowl teaser almost erases our memories of Albert Pyun’s god awful 1990 film version. Almost. Then: reviews of the hot-button documentary Carbon Nation and the Academy Award-nominated Live-Action and Animated Shorts, in theaters this weekend.

Why is Doris Day just like Jack Nicholson in Batman? Who beat Bibbs and Witney up in high school? And which upcoming release will put the ‘perfect’ back in ‘perfectly bland?’ Find out in this week’s B-Movies Podcast: Episode 3 – Hey Shawty.

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