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B-Movies and E-Books Podcasts

B-Movies and E-Books – Episode 25: Mortis and She Kills

Craig Wade and Brian Alan DeLaney discuss Mortis by Logan Rutherford and the new film, "She Kills", Directed by Ron Bonk. Make sure to tweet the guys @BandEPod and leave
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Longbox Small Talk – Episode 3: “Not Wolverine” Origins

Our lovable hosts speak fondly of their childhoods and how they discovered the world of comics. Also, Rodney confesses exactly how much he hates Ang Lee's Hulk movie. Make sure
B-Movies and E-Books Podcasts

B-Movies and E-Books – Episode 21: Axe Giant and Header

This action-packed episode of B-Movies and E-Books features Brian Alan DeLaney and Craig Wade briefly discussing the state of horror television, Ash vs. Evil Dead, The Canal, and Archie vs.
B-Movies and E-Books Podcasts

B-Movies and E-Books – Episode 19: Kutter and They Came Together

On this episode of B-Movies and E-Books, Craig Wade and Brian Alan DeLaney discuss the romantic comedy, They Came Together, and review the Jeff Strand novella, "Kutter".
B-Movies and E-Books Podcasts

B-Movies and E-Books – Episode 4: The Sharknado 2 Episode

This episode of B-Movies and E-Books is all about Sharknado 2. Subscribe Master Feed
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B-Movies and E-Books – Episode 3 The Accidental Exorcist and Conjoined with Joe Grisaffi

In this episode we discuss Craig's newfound hatred for comic book movies, Brian talks about Guardians of the Galaxy, and we discuss their thoughts on Kevin Smith's Tusk. We also
B-Movies and E-Books Podcasts

B-Movies and E-Books – Episode 2 with Christina Escamilla

In this episode, Craig Wade and Brian Alan DeLaney discuss upcoming the trailers for Horns and Exodus, review Ti West's The Sacrament, and talk with Christina Escamilla, writer of 64
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B-Movies and E-Books – Episode 1 with Billy Garberina

On the first episode of B-Movies and E-Books, Craig Wade and Brian Alan DeLaney discuss some of the most current movies, along with a review of Joe R. Lansdale’s short