The B-Movies Podcast #45: With Director Alex Stapleton!

The director of Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel joins Bibbs and Witney to reveal Roger Corman's secrets and review Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and Young Adult!

William Bibbianiby William Bibbiani

The B-Movies Podcast overexposes itself this week with Episode #45: With Director Alex Stapleton! The lovely and talented director of Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel is on hand to share the secrets and significance of Roger Corman, "King of the B's," debate whether The Muppets are Communists, argue the whole Girl with the Dragon Tattoo controversy and review Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (great film) and Young Adult (awful film) with your regular hosts, CraveOnline's film channel editor William 'Bibbs' Bibbiani and Professor Witney Seibold.

PLUS! Why will the DVD extras on Corman's World blow your socks off? Did Roger Corman create the female action hero? How did Basket Case director Frank Henenlotter raise Alex Stapleton? Is Pam Grier really the best role model for eight-year-old girls? Why won't Roger Corman return Bibbs' calls? Why is T-Mobile dead to us? What is Ron Howard's obsession with cemeteries? Who's a bad beaver? How does Roger Corman really feel about Mystery Science Theater 3000? Can you place too much importance on Star Wars: Episode III? Why did Witney try to lick Gary Oldman's suit? Is James Bond just a decoy for another, better spy? Why don't we hug rainbows? And how sexist is Young Adult anyway?

The answers to all these questions and more on The B-Movies Podcast: Episode #45 – With Director Alex Stapleton!

 

 

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