Posted on by Ken Hanke, Justin Souther and Steve Shanafelt
Five months ago, film reviewers Ken Hanke and Justin Souther decided it was time to take a break from podcasting. The stress of being in the internet limelight was simply to much for them to bear. But now, still suffering from the wicked withdrawal symptoms of not talking informally for about movies on a weekly basis, the boys have dragged themselves back from the brink and resurrected the Elitist Bastards Go to the Movies. Warning: If the title of the show wasn’t enough of a clue, Elitist Bastards is not work safe due to language and buffoonery.
Presented by Ken Hanke, Justin Souther and Steve Shanafelt. Image by Jeremy Dylan.
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