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This time on RadioBastard’s THE BASTARDCAST, we talk about ROBOCOP, Will Smith, zombie college, GTA V, TRANSFORMERS 4, the new Batsuit, internet addiction, the internet meme palm flower and more!

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Thanks to the internet, filmmakers now have the opportunity to share their stories without going through major studio routes.  The web-series format allows genre shows that may have a somewhat limited audience to truly thrive and even make celebrities out of their creators and stars.  April’s launch of Felicia Day‘s

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With great production values on a tight budget, an enjoyably self-aware script, and a band of fun and engaging characters, I hope “VGHS” may be the standard by which other web series are judged.

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Collegehumor.com, which started as a website creating viral shorts thirteen years ago, has grown into an Internet phenomenon, spawning several books and a short-lived TV show on MTV.  Now the company is making it’s first foray into feature films with the low-budget Coffee Town, about the manager of a website

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If you hadn’t guessed yet this show is very NSFW. I should also point out its probably best to listen with headphones to avoid any embarrassment.  This week we peek into the world of angry men, angry women, sinful temptation and the even more sinful pleasures of dwarves. Lost and Found

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This week we peek into the world of violent board games, the shopping cart of transformers fan boys, teacher student relations and hospital clowning.

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With a new inspiration, a new purpose, a new reason to exist im doing a new 52 and rolling this right back to number one. Join me as I  journey through the weird, wonderful and downright macabre passageways of the internet. This week we peek into the world of reckless

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Episode 4 In which our caped crusader joins Boyz II Men in their pee games, looks into the world of witches, wiccans and goths and stuffs John Travolta’s Saturday Night Fever, down the front of his tight trousers.  

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