Elitist Bastards: Golddigging Cemetery Men On Facebook

In this week’s Elitist Bastards Go To The Movies, Xpress film critics Ken Hanke and Justin Souther review Let Me In, Animal Kingdom, The Social Network, Farewell, Chain Letter and Case 39. They also discuss the surreal Italian horror film Cemetery Man (also known as Dellamorte Dellamore, this week’s Thursday Horror Picture Show), and classic musical comedy Gold Diggers of 1933 (next week’s Asheville Film Society screening). And to top it all off, the duo consider the potential quality of upcoming releases Secretariat, Life as We Know It, It’s Kind of a Funny Story, Like Dandelion Dust and My Soul to Take.

Podcast produced/cohered by Steve Shanafelt for MountainX.com. The theme music is “1832” by E. Lee. Podcast image by Jeremy Dylan. The Elitist Bastards podcast is also available on the iTunes store as a free download. Click here to join the Elitist Bastards Facebook fan page.

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3 thoughts on “Elitist Bastards: Golddigging Cemetery Men On Facebook

  1. Ken Hanke

    It’s sooo worth having been turned into Emil Van Horn in his ape suit just to see Mr. Shanafelt being strangled by Bela Lugosi. I’ve told him it’s very chic.

  2. Ken Hanke

    Wow. Steve does kinda look like Henry Hall. I never noticed it before.

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