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Episode CLVII: Seven Psychopaths And A Cemetery Equals Great Ending!

Like a crossbow arrow going through a guy’s neck, here zooms in the Bastards with another fun-filled episode!

This week the B3 crew show nothing but praise for the recent Middle East concert featuring Peelander-Z, Electric Eel Shock, Math the Band, and Sam Mulligan, as they convince you why you need to go out and support these acts. The new Martin McDonagh film Seven Psychopaths is reviewed, as KBD and Blueonic try to find a good way to truly explain this crazed dark comedy without spoiling it. Finally the guys look at the demos for XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Forza Horizon, Retro City Rampage, and Naughty Bear: Panic In Paradise, with some conflicting views from both sides regarding two of the titles in the spotlight.

An eye for an eye leaves the world with one guy having one eye. It’s Episode 157:┬áSeven Psychopaths And A Cemetery Equals Great Ending!

Episode CXLIX: Three Hands?! I’ll Just Use My Mouth!

After getting some fresh New Hampshire air, the Bastards return for another zany episode filled with double-entendres (no thanks to Teg!).

This week the B3 crew figure out if Total Recall should’ve been remade in the first place, as the first one was fine in their opinions. King Baby Duck goes hands-on with the demos for Transformers: Fall of Cybertron and The Expendables 2, dives deep into the darkness of Deadlight, and Blueonic tries his hardest to share his take on Wreckateer. Teg gives a shout-out to the game Endless Space, and KBD tells listeners why Spec Ops: The Line will make you want to skip out on any other war game from here on out (but in a good way).

This is not Rekall, it’s Episode 149: Three Hands?! I’ll Just Use My Mouth!

Episode CIV: The Winehouse Is On Fire!!!

Get your hate mail letters ready…

This week the Bastards celebrate gay marriage in New York, spare no punches when one-hit wonder (song-wise) Amy Winehouse kicks the bucket, and the recent Cage The Elephant album Thank You, Happy Birthday is on the table. The demo for Xbox Live Arcade game Bastion is looked closely at, the most uneventful week in sports is covered by Anvil, the Duck reviews Horrible Bosses and a preview of some of the most hotly anticipated films is brought into the spotlight.

It all happens right here on Episode 104: The Winehouse Is On Fire!!!

Editor’s Note: While we may not have been fans of Ms. Winehouse — and make light of the situation — it is a sad occasion when someone passes away, especially at such a young age. Comedian/actor Russell Brand recently posted a very well-worded eulogy regarding her, and personally I think it serves as a fine rebuttal to what we said in this episode. Take a moment and read it.