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B-Movies and E-Books is a podcast where two lifelong friends discuss and review various movies and books. Listen in and tweet them at @BandEpod to join in the discussion.
 
B-Movies and E-Books is a podcast where two lifelong friends discuss and review various movies and books. Listen in and tweet them at @BandEpod to join in the discussion.
 
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'Medea, a performance history' is a multimedia/interactive ebook on the production history of Euripides’ 'Medea' – an ancient Greek tragedy about a mother who, betrayed by her husband, exacts revenge by killing her children. The object-rich ebook draws on a unique collection of archival material and research at the Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama (APGRD) and uses images, film, unique interviews and digital objects to tell the story of a play that has inspired countless inter ...
 
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Brian and Craig crank the amps to 11 while they review “Metal Magic: Book 1 of Metal Magic” by Brian Barr. Then, the explore the miniature world of malevolence in the film, “Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich”. Subscribe Master Feed
 
Brian and Craig crank the amps to 11 while they review “Metal Magic: Book 1 of Metal Magic” by Brian Barr. Then, the explore the miniature world of malevolence in the film, “Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich”. Subscribe Master Feed
 
Brian and Craig discuss the film, “Party Bus To Hell”, before they dive headfirst into the dystopian nightmare world of “C*ckblock” by C.V. Hunt. Subscribe Master Feed
 
Brian and Craig discuss the film, “Party Bus To Hell”, before they dive headfirst into the dystopian nightmare world of “C*ckblock” by C.V. Hunt. Subscribe Master Feed
 
Brian and Craig review Adam M. Booth’s zombie novella, The End, before they set their sights on the brutal period piece, Mohawk, directed by Ted Geoghegan and written by Ted Geoghegan and Grady Hendrix. Subscribe Master Feed
 
Brian and Craig review Adam M. Booth’s zombie novella, The End, before they set their sights on the brutal period piece, Mohawk, directed by Ted Geoghegan and written by Ted Geoghegan and Grady Hendrix. Subscribe Master Feed
 
Brian and Craig review Jeff O’Brien’s new collection of short stories, Butt Stuff. Then they explore the brand long-awaited surreal horror film, The Evil Within. Subscribe Master Feed
 
Brian and Craig review Jeff O’Brien’s new collection of short stories, Butt Stuff. Then they explore the brand long-awaited surreal horror film, The Evil Within. Subscribe Master Feed
 
Brian and Craig review How To Exit Your Body – And Other Strange Tales by Christopher Maxim and then they discuss the brand new horror film, Hereditary. Please check out https://www.gofundme.com/brian-keene-burn-fund if you’d like to donate toward Brian Keene’s medical bills. Subscribe Master Feed
 
Brian and Craig review How To Exit Your Body – And Other Strange Tales by Christopher Maxim and then they discuss the brand new horror film, Hereditary. Please check out https://www.gofundme.com/brian-keene-burn-fund if you’d like to donate toward Brian Keene’s medical bills. Subscribe Master Feed
 
Brian talks about the new Star Wars film, the guys talk about Deadpool 2, and Craig does a mini-review of Jeff Strand’s new book, Bring Her Back. The guys watch as a hitman recounts his life in the brand new crime-thriller, Ebenezer, by Duncan Ralston. After that, they explore the 1978 television miniseries, Salem’s Lot. Subscribe Master Feed…
 
Brian talks about the new Star Wars film, the guys talk about Deadpool 2, and Craig does a mini-review of Jeff Strand’s new book, Bring Her Back. The guys watch as a hitman recounts his life in the brand new crime-thriller, Ebenezer, by Duncan Ralston. After that, they explore the 1978 television miniseries, Salem’s Lot. Subscribe Master Feed…
 
Craig and Brian are joined by Ryan C. Thomas as they review Stuart Gordon’s 1986 Lovecraft horror classic, “From Beyond”. Then they discuss the upcoming book, “Red Ice Run” by Ryan C. Thomas and Craig Saunders. Keep an eye out for this book to be released from Thunderstorm Books. Make sure to check out all of Ryan C. Thomas’s work at www.RyanCT ...…
 
Craig and Brian are joined by Ryan C. Thomas as they review Stuart Gordon’s 1986 Lovecraft horror classic, “From Beyond”. Then they discuss the upcoming book, “Red Ice Run” by Ryan C. Thomas and Craig Saunders. Keep an eye out for this book to be released from Thunderstorm Books. Make sure to check out all of Ryan C. Thomas’s work at www.RyanCT ...…
 
Craig and Brian review the 1964 horror classic, “At Midnight I’ll Take Your Soul” and “The Unheimlich Manoeuvre” by Tracey Fahey. Subscribe Master Feed
 
Craig and Brian review the 1964 horror classic, “At Midnight I’ll Take Your Soul” and “The Unheimlich Manoeuvre” by Tracey Fahey. Subscribe Master Feed
 
Craig and Brian celebrate their hundredth episode by treating themselves to a double feature of “Boo! A Madea Halloween” and the gross-out extravaganza “Kuso”. Subscribe Master Feed
 
Craig and Brian celebrate their hundredth episode by treating themselves to a double feature of “Boo! A Madea Halloween” and the gross-out extravaganza “Kuso”. Subscribe Master Feed
 
Craig and Brian talk about the cult-classic body horror film “Society”, directed by Brian Yuzna. Then, they review “Inferno Bound and the Hell Hounds” by PC3. Subscribe Master Feed
 
Craig and Brian talk about the cult-classic body horror film “Society”, directed by Brian Yuzna. Then, they review “Inferno Bound and the Hell Hounds” by PC3. Subscribe Master Feed
 
Craig and Brian talk about their top five films of 2017!
 
Craig and Brian talk about their top five films of 2017!
 
Craig and Brian discuss the political body-horror genrebender "Ratpocalypse", directed by Vladimir Uglichin and starring Casper Van Dien. Then, they explore the dusty terrains of a very unusual take on the post-zombie apocalypse as they review "Good Boy" by Seth McDuffee.
 
Craig and Brian discuss the political body-horror genrebender "Ratpocalypse", directed by Vladimir Uglichin and starring Casper Van Dien. Then, they explore the dusty terrains of a very unusual take on the post-zombie apocalypse as they review "Good Boy" by Seth McDuffee.
 
Craig and Brian check out brand new B-Movies Creature Features: "Cute Little Buggers" and "Attack of the Killer Donuts".
 
Craig and Brian check out brand new B-Movies Creature Features: "Cute Little Buggers" and "Attack of the Killer Donuts".
 
Craig and Brian visit the darker side of the humanity as they review the teenage thriller "Super Dark Times" and the novella "Puckered" by David Owain Hughes and Peter Oliver Wonder.
 
Craig and Brian visit the darker side of the humanity as they review the teenage thriller "Super Dark Times" and the novella "Puckered" by David Owain Hughes and Peter Oliver Wonder.
 
Craig and Brian are joined by author Ryan C. Thomas as they explore the Goosebumps television episode, "Ghost Beach". Book reviews include "The Beast from the East", "Return of the Mummy", and "The Ghost Next Door", all written by R L Stine.
 
Craig and Brian are joined by author Ryan C. Thomas as they explore the Goosebumps television episode, "Ghost Beach". Book reviews include "The Beast from the East", "Return of the Mummy", and "The Ghost Next Door", all written by R L Stine.
 
Craig and Brian get #SpookyMonth2017 started as they review the magical powers of a mysterious remote control in the Goosebumps TV Episode "Click". Then they take turns unleashing the hidden nostalgic horrors of Goosebumps novels "Curse of the Mummy's Tomb" and "Attack of the Mutant".
 
Craig and Brian get #SpookyMonth2017 started as they review the magical powers of a mysterious remote control in the Goosebumps TV Episode "Click". Then they take turns unleashing the hidden nostalgic horrors of Goosebumps novels "Curse of the Mummy's Tomb" and "Attack of the Mutant".
 
Craig and Brian wax nostalgic as they explore the vast realms of the otherworld in the VHS-board game-centric film "Beyond the Gates". Then, they get seasick as they explore the aquatic horrors of "One P*ssed Off Shark" by Zack Scott.
 
Craig and Brian wax nostalgic as they explore the vast realms of the otherworld in the VHS-board game-centric film "Beyond the Gates". Then, they get seasick as they explore the aquatic horrors of "One P*ssed Off Shark" by Zack Scott.
 
Craig and Brian are joined by extreme horror author Matt Shaw as the power of the moon takes hold in their review of "Mad Dog" by J.R. Park. Then, they review the feel good family film, "The Buttercream Gang".
 
Craig and Brian are joined by extreme horror author Matt Shaw as the power of the moon takes hold in their review of "Mad Dog" by J.R. Park. Then, they review the feel good family film, "The Buttercream Gang".
 
Craig and Brian are joined by special guests, Clint Jurek and author J.R. Park to discuss the 2003 crapfest "The Room". Then they discover the terrible secrets hidden in Room 6 of The Lonely Motel in Duncan Ralston's "Woom". Support the show, tell your friends, and tweet the guys @BandEpod with your book/film suggestions!…
 
Craig and Brian are joined by special guests, Clint Jurek and author J.R. Park to discuss the 2003 crapfest "The Room". Then they discover the terrible secrets hidden in Room 6 of The Lonely Motel in Duncan Ralston's "Woom". Support the show, tell your friends, and tweet the guys @BandEpod with your book/film suggestions!…
 
Things get hairy when Craig, Brian, and special guest Clint Jurek visit the bizarre Canadian children's horror classic, "The Peanut Butter Solution". Then they unearth the hidden, dark side of suburbia when they review "What Good Girls Do" by Jonathan Butcher. Support the show, tell your friends, and tweet the guys @BandEpod with your book/film ...…
 
Things get hairy when Craig, Brian, and special guest Clint Jurek visit the bizarre Canadian children's horror classic, "The Peanut Butter Solution". Then they unearth the hidden, dark side of suburbia when they review "What Good Girls Do" by Jonathan Butcher. Support the show, tell your friends, and tweet the guys @BandEpod with your book/film ...…
 
Craig and Brian visit the seedy underground world of small town politics gone awry in the barbecue-sauced extreme horror novel "Feast" by Thomas S. Flowers. Then, they scrape the bottom of the barrel to visit the unwatchable world of "The Garbage Pail Kids Movie". Support the show, tell your friends, and tweet the guys @BandEpod with your book/ ...…
 
Craig and Brian visit the seedy underground world of small town politics gone awry in the barbecue-sauced extreme horror novel "Feast" by Thomas S. Flowers. Then, they scrape the bottom of the barrel to visit the unwatchable world of "The Garbage Pail Kids Movie". Support the show, tell your friends, and tweet the guys @BandEpod with your book/ ...…
 
Craig and Brian celebrate 3 years of B&E by devoting an entire show to reviewing the most bat-sh*t crazy film they've ever seen: The Little Marines. Please be aware that this episode is full of spoilers. Support the show, tell your friends, and tweet the guys @BandEpod with your book/film suggestions!…
 
Craig and Brian celebrate 3 years of B&E by devoting an entire show to reviewing the most bat-sh*t crazy film they've ever seen: The Little Marines. Please be aware that this episode is full of spoilers. Support the show, tell your friends, and tweet the guys @BandEpod with your book/film suggestions!…
 
Craig and Brian discuss "The Turtle Boy" by Kealan Patrick Burke and the horror/thriller "The Belko Experiment". Support the show, tell your friends, and tweet the guys @BandEpod with your book/film suggestions!
 
Craig and Brian discuss "The Turtle Boy" by Kealan Patrick Burke and the horror/thriller "The Belko Experiment". Support the show, tell your friends, and tweet the guys @BandEpod with your book/film suggestions!
 
Craig and Brian discuss "Jackpot" by David Bernstein, Adam Cesare, Shane McKenzie, and Kristopher Rufty before they dive into the ultra-weird comic-horror film, "Shrunken Heads". Support the show, tell your friends, and tweet the guys @BandEpod with your book/film suggestions!
 
Craig and Brian discuss "Jackpot" by David Bernstein, Adam Cesare, Shane McKenzie, and Kristopher Rufty before they dive into the ultra-weird comic-horror film, "Shrunken Heads". Support the show, tell your friends, and tweet the guys @BandEpod with your book/film suggestions!
 
Purchase the book to learn Haitian Creole and understand the recipes found in this podcast series. This podcast session is a lesson from Madame De's 'Finger-licking Haitian Recipes and Dishes.'By noreply@blogger.com (ebookPublishersWeekly-UrbaneBooksPublishing-UrbanbooksPress).
 
Craig and Brian discuss the novella "Just Like Hell" by Nate Southard and the utterly baffling 1987 ABC After-School Special "The Day My Kid Went Punk". Support the show, tell your friends, and tweet the guys @BandEpod with your book/film suggestions!
 
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