The B-Movies Podcast #70: John Waters Blows #$% Up

Ariel Schudson joins Bibbs and Witney to support film preservation and review Snow White and the Huntsman, A Cat in Paris and High School.

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[EDITOR'S NOTE: Due to technical difficulties, last week's episode of The B-Movies Podcast could not be published until today. Bibbs and Witney will be back with a vengeance, on time, this Friday.]

Ariel Schudson lays waste with her vital awesomeness this week as a special guest on The B-Movies Podcast #70: John Waters Blows Sh*t Up! She's on a mission to promote film preservation with her new series of screenings at the New Beverly in Los Angeles, Something Old, Something New, brought to you by the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) Student Chapter. June 3rd brings you the cult horror classic These Are the Damned, followed by the modern sci-fi classic Attack the Block. But is it really a modern classic? Professor Witney Seibold thinks so, but CraveOnline's Film Channel Editor William 'Bibbs' Bibbiani needs some convincing, and it's going to be one hell of a debate. After Ariel screams Burgess Meredith quotes from her soul and declares the ultimate sexiness of Guillermo Del Toro, they get around to reviewing the weekend's new releases of Snow White and the Huntsman, A Cat in Paris and High School.

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