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Best Classic Movie podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Classic Movie podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Join the host archaeologist John for classic movies reviews with his own special spin. Using his archaeological background, he connects historic, cinematic, genealogical, and current facts to add a dimension to his reviews that will increase your enjoyment of these classic movies. John tells all for movies over 25 years old. He also presents his world-famous short summaries of each classic movies reviewed. ClassicMovieRev.com
 
Brian and Shelly are two friends and life long movie lovers who talk everything film all the time. It seemed only natural to record our ramblings and share them with the world. From the dawn of film as a medium to what is playing on the big screen right now.
 
George Feltenstein, Matthew Patterson, and D.W. Ferranti discuss the latest movie and TV releases from the Warner Bros. specialty label Warner Archive. The podcast features news, reviews, and interviews focusing on classic films and TV, sci-fi, horror, film noir, cult, animation, and other rarities culled from the vast Warner Bros. vaults.
 
This podcast is dedicated to made for television movies and other forms of classic TV! Brought to you by Amanda Reyes (Made for TV Mayhem), Daniel R. Budnik (Bleeding Skull: A 1980s Trash Horror Odyssey), and Nathan Johnson (The Hysteria Continues), plus a few special guests who appear from time to time. With reviews, retrospectives and more, this podcast is your best source for classic television love!
 
Death By DVD: When watching is never enough. We here at Death By DVD sit painfully through hours and hours of movies so you, the public, can make an informed decision of what you put in your ear holes and eye holes. Some of these films are good, some bad, and some even unmentionable; but ALL have one thing in common : Watching all of these movies will one day melt our brains into a sloppy wet mush. No need to thank us, we were already methodically destroying ourselves with cinema. At least t ...
 
Ever picked up a film you haven't seen for a while and thought that it was an under-appreciated classic? Then, after taking it home and watching it once more, you remember what it was really like and how your memory has tricked you into buying another terrible movie. I Saw That Years Ago sets out to watch those films that we think are brilliant but which we haven't seen for a little too long to be sure. So, can our brains be trusted?
 
We have a VHS collection, an internet connection and uninformed opinions. We're not a movie podcast. Well we are. But we're not.Thanks to their generous contributions to our #VHS4T1D campaign to raise funds to help the JDRF find a cure for Type one Diabetes, we are proudly presented by #AlitaArmy!t.ly/JvG6V
 
Dan Scully and Garrett Smith are two Philadelphia-based comedians that love movies. Especially those movies that manage to tell stories that take complete advantage of the medium of film. We're talking movie movies. They're sick of hearing the internet complain about everything, and they're pretty sure you are too. So Dan and Garrett set out to find something to love about every movie they talk about. This is I Like To Movie Movie.
 
Doc Rotten and The Black Saint from Horror News Radio recap and review the best and worst horror films from the 1970s. Grindhouse. Blacksploitation. Hollywood Blockbusters. B Movies. Films like Exorcist | The Car | Phantasm | Halloween | The Incredible Melting Man | The Manitou | Beyond the Door | Vampire Circus | Dawn of the Dead
 
Replay Value is a cinema podcast where brothers Phil & Warren deep dive into the films we all love to watch over and over again. Focusing on movies at least five years old, they breakdown how these classics have stood the test of time. New episodes every other Tuesday.
 
No more excuses! Join these heroic podcasters as they plunge the depths of cinema to watch all the movies they should have seen long ago. From classics like Citizen Kane to fan favorites like The Princess Bride, your hosts seek to not only make up for their years of cinematic ignorance but to delight the masses with their thoughtful and entertaining examinations.
 
We're a weekly movie podcast for cineastes, cinephiles, cinema snobs, and you know...everyone else! We're going one by one through the Sight and Sound list of Greatest Movies of All Time. Listen up and find out if agree with Sight and Sound's summation of cinema history. And as a bonus, if you listen to this podcast you are eligible to become a bona fide cinephile.
 
Podcaster Bil Antoniou of BGM: Bad Gay Movies Bitchy Gay Men goes through his Criterions and talks about the movies and the memories they inspire, along the way chatting with a few friends. This podcast is not affiliated with the Criterion Collection and no copyright infringement is intended.
 
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Director Michael Powell brings us the 1941 film "49th Parallel". Thanks to our guest Arthur Sculco who selected this excellent film for the podcast. Emeric Pressburger developed the original story and wrote the screenplay. Mr. Pressburger said, "Goebbels considered himself an expert on propaganda, but I thought I'd show him a thing or two." The fil…
 
It's an all-new episode of WE'VE GOT MAIL, the podcast where film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold answer YOUR letters! This week, Bibbs and Witney talk about the DVD boxed sets that got away from them, movies that have been ruined by bad editing, our worst movie theater experiences, whether classic movies need context to play today, our…
 
“The octopus is the most intelligent species in the ocean.” And yet, an anthropomorphic version of an octopus saw fit to appear in this film. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Doc Rotten, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they try to figure out exactly what the filmmakers were going for in […]…
 
This week Mike, Chris and Justin discuss the new movie First Cow. Plus we discuss Driveways, Somewhere in Time and Brooklyn 99. - Intro (00:00:00 - 00:05:00) - News on the March! (00:005:00-- - 00:26:45) - First Cow Review (0026:45 - 01:11:45) - Spoilers start at 00:46:35 - Outro (00:48:30 - 01:11:45) Also, for all your movie and game news, reviews…
 
Support Classic Movie Musts on Patreon and get access to our weekly exclusive podcast, Classic Movie Musts: Double Feature, and our monthly exclusive podcast, Max's Movie Musts. Join at www.patreon.com/classicmoviemusts In this episode we dissect George Cukor's film, The Women (1939), starring Norma Shearer and Joan Crawford. Timestamps: Opening Cr…
 
An exciting Australian western with Kirk Douglas in a dual role as brother feud in The Man from Snowy River (1982) with Jack Thompson. SPREAD THE WORD! If you enjoyed this episode head on over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating, a review, and subscribe! We would love to get your feedback! Email jec@classicmovierev.com Click here to subscribe vi…
 
Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are working backwards through film history, using STAR WARS as the starting point! This week on EPISODE ZERO they move into Fritz Lang's silent masterpiece METROPOLIS, which envisioned an unthinkable future full of class warfare, income disparity, unchecked industrialism, and corrupt capitalists runn…
 
Yo Cellar Dwellers, the summer of #VHS4T1D rolls on! With schedules and vacations being all wonky, we've gotta wait another week to start Season Two, but in the meantime, we have a great treat for you, more #VHS4T1D goodness! This one comes curtesy of one of Chris's professional friends who we decided might want her last name redacted for fear of a…
 
CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED is bursting with cinema this week! Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold say goodbye to the late, great Wilford Brimley and review Shudder's new supernatural/found footage/COVID-19 horror film HOST, Beyonce's Disney Plus visual concept album BLACK IS KING, the ACLU documentary THE FIGHT, Jessica Swale's World War II …
 
Never has the screen brought you a more shocking revelation. Out of World War III came ... The Creation of the Humanoids. Special guest Dawn Garcia joins us in the virtual Speed cave and gives Keanu Reeves a run for his money with an influential sci-fi cult film that asks the question: "How do you apologize to someone for killing them?" You can fin…
 
Bob and Brad continue their seasons-long journey into the world of Harry Potter with 2005's Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. After last week's love fest over director Alfonso Cuaron, this week takes a turn into...much more lukewarm opinions. Meanwhile, they try another whiskey from the Jefferson's line of bourbons: the Jefferson's Reserve Pritc…
 
This week we're joined by film journalist turned movie-maker Nev Pierce, as we sink our teeth into the retelling of a classic story. Join us for Bram Stoker's Dracula To see Nev's creations you can visit his Vimeo page at; https://vimeo.com/channels/nevillepierce Or check out Bricks on YouTube's Alter channel; https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMOB6…
 
At long last, John Mills returns to Missing Frames to discuss his first-ever viewing of Sergio Leone's Once Upon a Time in the West. He and Shawn discuss how it compares and contrasts with the rest of Leone's filmography, whether or not its pacing is too slow to be enjoyable and if it does indeed merit being labeled Leone's masterpiece. HOSTS Shawn…
 
[Note: This episode was reposted due to a missing audio track, which has been fixed. Also, due to tech issues, the audio quality in this episode is lower than usual.] Our Patrons have the power to sponsor an episode of CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED of their choice, and we're calling it YOUR CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED! In this episode, film critics William Bibbian…
 
Part 1: Zach, Jessica, Cam and Michael discuss movies they saw this week, including: Color Out of Space, Night Moves and Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. Part 2 (41:25): The group continues their Young Critics Watch Old Movies series with 1966's Tokyo Drifter. See movies discussed in this episode here. Also follow us on: Face…
 
She was a star in the Golden Age of Hollywood. Her first role was in Max Reinhardt's A Midsummer Nights Dream in 1935. She signed a deal with Warner Brothers and appeared in some of their most important films of the thirties including Captain Blood and, of course, The Adventures of Robin Hood. Her role has Melanie in Gone with the Wind brought her …
 
April and I talk Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner. These two crazy kids were crazy about each other, and made each other crazy. They were up and down. Sometimes love just aint enough. We discuss their meeting, Frank was still married to Barbara, their eventual marriage and their horrible jealousies that drove them apart. Thanks to April as always.. ww…
 
We have an awesome treat for all you Cellar Dwellers with this one! Today we're going from the Cellar to the Dungeon, and we're talking with a couple of the dudes from Dungeon Entertainment about their debut film, Valley of Carnage! Damian and Anthony call in to talk about tapes, SOV (shot on video) films, their passion for film making, and their a…
 
Maggie Smith gives the performance of a lifetime in "The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie". She plays the titular character backed up by an outstanding supporting cast led by Pamela Franklin, Robert Stephens, Gordon Jackson and Celia Johnson. The "Brodie Set" or "Brodie Girls" are played to perfection by Pamela Franklin, Diane Grayson, Jane Carr and Shirl…
 
CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED may not be discovering new elements, but they sure are analyzing a whole lot of elements in new and classic films! Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are reviewing Dave Franco's new slasher THE RENTAL, Marjane Satrapi's biopic about Marie Curie RADIOACTIVE, and Karen Maine's coming of age teen comedy YES, GOD, YES…
 
Brothers Phil & Warren both get a strong sense of déjà vu as they deep dive into the cult classic fantasy comedy “Groundhog Day”. topics include: the movie’s genesis & the screenplay's evolution (1:30), the stars of the picture (12:20), stats & accolades (26:20), best scenes & lines (33:25), Judge Bob’s recasting court (48:05), and the film’s legac…
 
Download the episode. CLASSICS is very happy to conduct our very first interview and wow is it a great one. We’re honored to welcome the widow and biographer of the late great Gene Kelly to the show, Patricia Ward Kelly. We talk about some amazing stories from Kelly’s prolific career, the job he REALLY wanted all along and bust some myths about the…
 
This week, we discuss Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw (no spoilers, but we do discuss plot details: 38:46 – 57:22) and we are joined again by special guest, Matthew Patrick “Chives” Cartmell. We also revisit some Film Night favourites such as Spaced and It Comes At Night, as well as reviewing recent watches including A Girl at my Door, Th…
 
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