The B-Movies Podcast #23 – With Special Guest Uwe Boll!

Bibbs and Witney interview the so-called 'Worst Director in the World' and review Bloodrayne: The Third Reich and Transformers: Dark of the Moon!

William Bibbianiby William Bibbiani

Get ready to be Boll-ed over with The B-Movies Podcast: Episode #23 – With Special Guest Uwe Boll! The so-called "Worst Director in the World" stops by to talk about his latest movie, Bloodrayne: The Third Reich, talk about his upcoming projects and even explain the rest of his career to us. Is he really the worst director in the world? Find out now! William 'Bibbs' Bibbiani of Crave Online and Witney Seibold of Three Cheers for Darkened Years also take a moment to eulogize the late, great Peter Falk before plowing through their reviews of Bloodrayne: The Third Reich, Transformers: Dark of the Moon and some of the choice picks from the Los Angeles Film Festival, including Elite Squad 2, Karate-Robo Zaborgar, Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame, Christopher and His Kind starring Doctor Who's Matt Smith.

PLUS! Are we on? How loud does Witney slap himself? What were Bibbs and Witney's favorite Peter Falk movies? How does Ben Kingsley lunge? What does Doctor Uwe Boll have to say about Bibbs' mysterious rash? Why won't Uwe Boll's book on how to make movies ever get released in America? What does Dolph Lundgren hate about going back in time? Why did Uwe Boll cast Clint Howard as Josef Mengele? Which urban legend about Uwe Boll does The B-Movies Podcast finally debunk? What does Uwe Boll's Al Pacino impersonation sound like? Who has very nice nipples? Weren't the Witchboard movies classy as hell? Which Donkey Wang has the scabies? And how is Transformers: Dark of the Moon like herpes… in a good way?
The answer to all these questions and more in The B-Movies Podcast: Episode #23 – With Special Guest Uwe Boll!

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