The B-Movies Podcast #44: Blake Lively Will Be Born Inside Me

Bibbs and Witney debate Jesse Eisenberg's face, mourn the death of Ken Russell and take the WABAC machine to 1987, when every hot chick was born!

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This week, The B-Movies Podcast falls down a well in Midland, Texas with Episode #44 – Blake Lively Will Be Born Inside Me! There aren't any big movie releases this week, so CraveOnline's film channel editor William 'Bibbs' Bibbiani and Professor Witney Seibold go back in time to one of the greatest years in movie history… 1987. Lethal Weapon, The Lost Boys, Near Dark, Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Spaceballs, Hellraiser, The Monster Squad, Dirty Dancing, Ernest Goes to Camp… What do they have in common? They call came out in 1987, and none of them were cool enough to make Bibbs and Witney's top ten of that year. They also cover the latest movie news and whatnot, from the sad death of legendary cinematic troublemaker Ken Russell, to the legal battle over Jesse Eisenberg's face.

PLUS! What did Vanessa Redgrave do with a human tibia? Was Ken Russell secretly Andy Kaufman? Is Craig Sheffer the rich man's Steve Guttenberg? Will Bibbs get invited to Ellen Page and Ashley Greene's birthday party? Did Campbell's take their tomato soup off the market when Andy Warhol died? What porn film do Bibbs and Witney promise to review in an upcoming episode? Will Peter Lorre travel to the future so he can play Ronald Reagan, in the past? Did Michael Jackson's Bad ruin belt buckles forever? How did The Return of the Jedi make Evan Rachel Wood hotter? Did Hillary Duff speak her first word in Klingon? What is Bibbs' (factual) relation to the "Balloon Boy" incident? And can you come up with a good porn title for Beyond Thunderdome? Let us know in the comments!

The answers to all these questions and more in The B-Movies Podcast: Episode #44 – Blake Lively Was Born Inside Me!



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