The B-Movies Podcast #49: Not as Good as Coneheads

Bibbs and Witney argue over the Ten Worst Films of 2011 and review In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds!

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Misery, pain and urine are on Bibbs and Witney's minds this week as they count down their picks for the Ten Worst Movies of 2011 on The B-Movies Podcast: Episode #49 – Not as Good as Coneheads! Yes, joins William 'Bibbs' Bibbiani, the editor of CraveOnline's film channel and Professor Witney Seibold as they take you on a perilous, fluid-based journey through the worst dreck that the last year had to offer, and then for some reason review Uwe Boll's latest film, In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds. Somehow they'll also make time for the latest movie news and whatnot, like the ongoing Oscar race, the Kristen Wiig-less sequel to Bridesmaids, Ralph Fienne's mystery role in Skyfall (revealed) and Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch signing up for Star Trek 2

PLUS! Which of our hosts is going to be killed by a single Albanian lek? Why is Bibbs calling the Best Picture Oscar race right now? Is James Bond just covering for another, better spy? Does the cast of Bridesmaids deserve more than a Hyundai? How many times can a mermaid bite you in the crotch? What's the difference between fan service and pandering? Which of the worst movies of the year is like a Lady Gaga remix of The Deep? How can Bibbs actually defend The Human Centipede 2? Why are Hollywood bigwigs forcing you to eat spam and like it? Did Zack Snyder get too successful too quickly? Wouldn't Dagny Taggart be a great porn name? And are any of our picks for the Worst Movies of 2011 as good as Coneheads

The answers to all these questions and more on The B-Movies Podcast: Episode #49 – Not as Good as Coneheads!



The Ten Worst Movies of 2011

Producer's Guild Nominations Announced

WGA Awards Nominations Are In!

A Bridesmaids Sequel Without Kristen Wiig?

Who is Ralph Fiennes Playing in Skyfall?

Benedict Cumberbatch IS the Villain Star Trek 2!




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