The B-Movies Podcast #27 – 1977 Called…

Bibbs and Witney pick the Best Films of 1977 (for some reason) and review Bellflower and Cowboys and Aliens.

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The B-Movies Podcast spurts into action with Episode #27 – 1977 Called…! Join CRAVE Online's Film Channel Editor William 'Bibbs' Bibbiani and Witney Seibold of Three Cheers for Darkened Years as they look back at movies from the calendar year 1977, the year Star Wars came out. What were the other great movies that year? They've got great picks from Dario Argento, David Lynch, George Romero, Charles Burnett, Werner Herzog and more… when they're not bitching abut Oprah Winfrey getting an honorary Academy Award. When they're done with that, your hosts give their reviews of Cowboys and Aliens and the indie sensation Bellflower, which one of them really didn't care for.

PLUS! Why 1977? What horror movies have the best tag lines? Are you ready to have a chocolate party with James Caan? Who's interested in all kinds of astronomy? Why did so many great directors die in 1977? Is Jimmy Carter really history's greatest monster? Did the death of French director Henri-Georges Clouzot bring about the WB Channel? Isn't Joan Crawford a gimmic unto hersef? Why is Lolita author Vladimiar Nabokov possessing the body of Jaime Pressly? Who got it wetter than anyone? How many underwater Nazi zombies are there? (Hint: It's more than you think…) And what is Bing Crosby's connection to the Atari 2600?

The answers to all these questions and more in The B-Movies Podcast: Episode #27 – 1977 Called…!