Alan Tudyk talks to RadioBastard about Premature, whether he begged Joss Whedon to spare him in Serenity, motion capture acting and more
Luc Besson, producer Martin Scorsese, and Robert De Niro deliver a stunningly silly and basically worthless mob comedy with too much violence and not enough
HELL BABY has a lot of laughs thanks to a comedy nerd's dream cast, but the Blu Ray loses points for its thin special features.
Alice Eve and Stanley Tucci impress in Neil LaBute's sublime and challenging relationship drama, SOME VELVET
Recorded by three disgraced mall Santa’s over a steel drum filled with burning dreams from the year gone by, it's THE BASTARDCAST CHRISTMAS SPECIAL!
This time, we're wondering about Wonder Woman and the X-Men movie verse while fending off predatory unicorns and hunting robots. Top that Gobbledygeek!
This time on THE BASTARDCAST, Jeremy and Jason welcome RIFFTRAX and MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 vet Bill Corbett to talk about the upcoming RiffTrax Live
This time on The BastardCast, we fight off tryptophan and pie guilt to talk about a new ROADHOUSE, the FAMILY GUY why, DOCTOR WHO, Rob
THE BASTARDCAST: In Conversation with Comic Book Writer Brian Winkeler and SEGA Historian Darren Wall
We're talking comics with Brian Winkeler from the KNUCKLEHEADS comic and old school video games with Darren Wall, who is putting together an authorized history
Our comic book editor delivers unto you a list of under-the-radar comic book gifts and some tips on how to navigate the comic book marketplace
The BastardCast chats with ALL IS BRIGHT director Phil Morrison and VIOLET AND DAISY star Danny Trejo
This time on THE BASTARDCAST, its a groin tearing, pizza ordering, Doctor Who and Batman discussing good time with a side of porn goggles, ghost
CLOWN FATALE and KISS ME SATAN writer Victor Gischler talks about the "fun toys of horror", Grindhouse homages, and whether he worries about alienating readers
This time on THE BASTARDCAST, Jeremy and Jason discuss Marvel TV, DC films, GHOSTBUSTERS 3, Bruce Campbell, the Beer Pope, and more!
Director James Franco tells the story of actor and heartthrob Sal Mineo's death while ignoring too much of his life.
Is there anything scarier then five bloggers talking about scary movies and nugget covered candy apples? Of course there isn’t. Welcome to The BastardCast