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Have you ever been told you take tv shows and movies way too seriously? Join hosts Micky (he/him) and Michelle (she/they) in Taking TV Too Seriously every two weeks as they take a dive deep into the media of their childhoods and beyond. Sometimes it’s funny, sometimes it’s serious, and sometimes they tell you what characters should’ve been queer and which of your favorite children’s movies were racist all along. For business inquiries and fan rants, please email us at takingtvtooseriously@gm ...
 
Director Showdown is an idea that came about after months of intense arguments between Brent Carroll and Adam Daufen about which famous director was better: Spielberg or Kubrick? From those arguments, season one was created. Each new season pits two new directors against each other, and every week Adam and Brent get together to make their case - sometimes with help from guests.
 
Author of THE DARK PATH Isaac Weishaupt hosts this show focused on pop culture and its role in the occult agenda to instill ritualistic symbolism in entertainment! This podcast provides unbiased opinions and discussion on the symbolism, theories, pop culture, music, film, gossip and celebrity tabloids; in a safe and positive light with respect to all opinions and world views. Isaac Weishaupt has been on the leading edge of conspiracy theories surrounding the elusive “Illuminati” and its infi ...
 
Ever wish you could find an in-depth analysis on your favorite LGBTQ+ Film & TV shows? Sarita Ramirez, a Queer, overthinking media student and film lover, does just that in this podcast. On "Movies à la Queer", she gets to analyze the all-time favorite, and not-so-favorite LGBTQ+ films and TV shows that make us all cry, laugh, and scream in delight and (or), frustration. New Episodes Weekly!
 
Every two weeks, your hosts Sam and Lauren watch a movie, do some homework, and create Check Your Threading, a podcast that serves up history, psychology, and perspective on that film. Our goal is to talk about movies in a way that's easily accessible for our listeners—we believe art is for everyone! IG: checkyourthreading / Twitter: checkthreading
 
The Parable Arrows Podcast is a show aiming to teach Christians how to use their entertainment consumption habits to grow their faith, understand our culture, and share the Gospel. Hosts Josh and Femi are two church friends passionate about Jesus and Pop Culture. Their big, crazy dream is to, somehow, share their thoughts with the hopes to impact the art and media world for the Kingdom of God.
 
We explore film. We feel most critics don't, that most critics try to cage and define movies as "good" or "bad". We think there's more to it than that. We want to open movies up, reveal them. To that end, we've made a film podcast with an educational twist. Perfect for film lovers and film makers, creative writers, too. Three parts. 1. Major, 30-min discussion of a single movie. 2. Briefer sub-discussions on other movies watched during the week. 3. answer questions, list contest, random awar ...
 
The podcast about Disney movies that don't quite have the magic! Whether they're forgotten gems, cult classics, mediocre duds, or just absolute crap, hosts Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz sit down and take an informal, irreverent look at the films, the people behind them, and their place in film history.
 
Fran Duffy brings next-level analysis to Philadelphia Eagles football every week, talking football with current and former NFL players, coaches and analysts. Hardcore football junkies will appreciate the X’s and O’s, while all listeners will become the smartest fans at their gameday get-togethers. As an Official Eagles Entertainment podcast, Eagle Eye In The Sky dives deep into the film to raise the level of player evaluations, coaching philosophies, team-building strategies, and insights ab ...
 
They're old! They're queens! There's two of them! It's Two Old Queens! Join Mark Rennie and John Flynn as they search for the gayest movie ever made, using a byzantine ranking system, their own hard opinions, and some inevitable controversies from a stacked lineup of guests to come! CHECK OUT TWO OLD QUEENS EVERY WEDNESDAY STARTING JUNE 26! SUBSCRIBE NOW!!!!! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Jay Dyer is an author, comedian and TV presenter known for his deep analysis of Hollywood, geopolitics, and culture. His graduate work focused on psychological warfare and film and he is the author of two books, Esoteric Hollywood 1 & 2 and the co-creator and co-host of the television show Hollywood Decoded. He has been featured on numerous popular shows and podcasts and in debates with some of the world's top debaters as well as a fill in host for nationally syndicated radio. For media inte ...
 
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*Warning: this contains strong language which listeners may find offensive* Welcome to Whitty Analysis of Feature Films and Light Entertainment. Following our passion for great entertainment we want to discuss the whole range of what’s on offer in a way that we hope you will find amusing. We are absolutely delighted to be bringing you our 10th Epis…
 
We continue our journey into the films of John Carpenter with the CLASSIC horror film "PRINCE OF DARKNESS!" We'll get into SO much on this one- all the details have been laid out in USE YOUR ILLUSION II but we'll discuss it on today's podcast! Nihilism, Antichrist goo, science, quantum physics, manifesting entities and so much more! Links: Check ou…
 
(Izïa Higelin and Cécile de France in 2015's La Belle Saison/Summertime) "LA BELLE SAISON" / "SUMMERTIME" France/Belgium, 2015 Directed by: Catherine Corsini Starring: Izïa Higelin, Cécile de France IMDB Synopsis: A young woman moves from the French countryside to Paris and begins a passionate love affair with a feminist leader in this drama set in…
 
Hello, kaiju lovers! A chapter closes on today’s episode as Nate concludes his “mini-sode” series on the Toho classics he missed out on in his previous podcast life. This week he discusses the almost-forgotten hard sci-fi tokusatsu film from 1984, Sayonara Jupiter (aka Bye Bye Jupiter). It was something of a transitional film for Toho since its cas…
 
We catch up on all kinds of randomness- Prince Harry's skeletons, Sinead O'Connor says Prince worshipped the Devil, COVID Alien NFTs and alien news! Get bonus content AND go commercial free + other perks with 3 options: 1. VIP: Due to the threat of censorship, I set up a Patreon-type system through MY OWN website! It’s the VIP section of illuminati…
 
Support Overthinking It by becoming a member for $5/month! Peter Fenzel, Mark Lee, and Matthew Wrather watch Jon Chu’s film adaptation of In The Heights, with songs by Lin Manuel Miranda. They go in a number of directions, but they more or less add up to the strangeness of the experience of watching this work from 2005, with its particular concerns…
 
Bob introduces Brad to one of his all-time favorite films, Vincente Minnelli's 1944 musical Meet Me in St. Louis. This unconventional MGM musical isn't as big or splashy as An American in Paris or Singin' in the Rain, instead opting to follow the day-to-day life of a family over the course of one year. Judy Garland of course commands every scene sh…
 
This week, Blake and Joe discuss minute five of Grosse Pointe Blank. They praise Dan Ackroyd’s chemistry with John Cusack, the beauty of physical comedy, and the evils of capitalism. All and all, it’s a regular episode of So Grosse Such Pointe Much Blank!By Blake Collier & Joe George
 
Mulder and Mr. Positivity discuss recently seen movies and Mulder completes the Movie Challenge for Assault on Precinct 13 (2005). Other Films discussed in this episode: Army of the Dead (2021), Cruella (2021), A Quiet Place II (2021), The Woman in the Window (2021), and Those Who Wish Me Dead (2021). #RestoreTheSnyderVerse…
 
Lewis and Danny talk about the sci-fi/horror classic Alien, as well as what the Queen could possibly need to carry around with her.We now have merch! Make sure to check out what we've got on offer at teespring.com/stores/shouting-into-the-void as well as https://www.redbubble.com/people/Merch-Void/shop?asc=uLike what we do? We do a lot more! Check …
 
The Bible talks a lot about freedom, but usually not in the way common to Americans, including the American church. In this follow up discussion to a video Josh and Femi recorded last year, they do their best to tackle the nuances surrounding America, Freedom, and the Gospel. What does the Bible suggest to be proper expressions of freedom? How shou…
 
Lewis and Danny talk about the Doctor Who episode Daleks in Manhattan, from great metaphors to beautiful visuals.We now have merch! Make sure to check out what we've got on offer at teespring.com/stores/shouting-into-the-void as well as https://www.redbubble.com/people/Merch-Void/shop?asc=uLike what we do? We do a lot more! Check us out at http://w…
 
Parable Arrows is an online collective of artists and deep thinkers using their love of creativity and Pop Culture to make better stories, analyze and dissect media, and train Christians to use the content they consume as a tool to build connections for the sake of sharing the Gospel. In this pilot episode, Josh and Femi explain the meaning of the …
 
Fr Dcn Dr Ananias, Snek, and Qai join me to review the debate. We will cover Qai's issues first, the epistemology and problems in Aristotle's empiricism, the pure act problem with contingency and perfection, the problems in occasionalism and causal chains, gnostic assumptions about creation being "impure," and more.…
 
There are a few films on the Vatican film list James and Thomas haven't been looking forward to watching. Among them is Richard Attenborough's Gandhi, and our dread was due to the suspicion that this film, certainly negligible in its historical importance as a work of cinema, was included mainly because Vatican bureaucrats of a certain age are apt …
 
Bob and Brad get ready for summer with a slate of sparkling whiskey cocktails. They break down the main differences between club soda, seltzer, and tonic water, before mixing Country Smooth Bourbon into three easy-to-make drinks. Meanwhile, they review Siponey ready-to-drink whiskey beverages, a cocktail-in-a-can that can't be beaten. Film & Whiske…
 
He conquered an empire with his sword. She conquered HIM with her bare hands. This sounds like a win/win situation! We discuss CONAN THE BARBARIAN with writer/comedian Megan Neuringer! (Portlandia, Upload) Follow Megan onTwitter & Instagram: @meganneuringer Follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @TwoOldQueens Follow Mark on Letterbox: @markrennie Emai…
 
Falcon & The Winter Soldier Episodes 5 & 6 *Warning: this contains strong language which listeners may find offensive* Welcome to Whitty Analysis of Feature Films and Light Entertainment. Following our passion for great entertainment we want to discuss the whole range of what’s on offer in a way that we hope you will find amusing. Bet you thought w…
 
In this episode, Micky (he/him) and Michelle (she/they) review Jett Jackson: The Movie (2001), a forgotten DCOM that deserves way more recognition. Listen in as they discuss the staying power of "Lately" by Divine, the fantastical world where wholesome Black boys are celebrated (R.I.P. Lee Thompson Young), and the prevalence of molecular blackface …
 
Support Overthinking It by becoming a member for $5/month! Peter Fenzel, Mark Lee, and Matthew Wrather take a trip back to the 80s to re-watch Scarface, which (this is getting to be a theme) they find to be stranger and more interesting than they remember. They discuss the aim and the art of the film, the incredible performance by Pacino, and they …
 
Bob and Brad discuss Spike Lee's 1992 epic Malcolm X, their first Lee Movie since Do the Right Thing in season 2. Bob is absolutely bringing the hot takes for this one, wondering aloud if this is the Great American Movie that no one talks about. Brad is significantly cooler on the 3.5-hour biopic. Meanwhile, the guys return to the Speyside region o…
 
On the Syllabus Today: Doctor Faustus (1604) by Christopher Marlowe Son of Dathomir Issues 1-4, Juan Frigeri (Illustrator), Jeremy Barlow (author) Light of the Jedi by Charles Soule Into the Dark by Claudia Gray Dooku: Jedi Lost by Cavan Scott The Clone Wars series (2008-2012, 2020) Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith Social Media: @swenglis…
 
This week, Blake and Joe look at the fourth film from Grosse Pointe Blank director George Armitage, 1979’s Hot Rod. In their discussion, Blake and Joe talk about their histories with car maintenance, the power (and sadness) of nostalgia, movies that we enjoy, but then forget about, and how Gregg Henry illuminates the screen. We hope you enjoy it! A…
 
Lewis and Danny talk about the controversial animated show, Family Guy and Danny does rubbish impressions. Obviously...We now have merch! Make sure to check out what we've got on offer at teespring.com/stores/shouting-into-the-void as well as https://www.redbubble.com/people/Merch-Void/shop?asc=uLike what we do? We do a lot more! Check us out at ht…
 
[Content Warning: discussion of sexual assault and abuse] Do you feel held by him? Does he feel like home to you? This episode we try to answer those questions with the lovely ladies of the podcast Freudian Sips: Annie and Bonnie, a mother/daughter therapy duo! We will be dancing around the maypole and dipping into the (much requested) horror film,…
 
Sheikh Asrar Rashid joins me for a formal debate on the question of the Trinity Versus Tawhid and the Person of Christ. Is the Islamic conception of God's unity correct, where Christ is a prophet or is Jesus the Son of God, the Second Person of the Trinity? The debate will be formal back and forth with periods of cross examinations. Shaykh Asrar Ra…
 
Lewis and Danny talk about the Doctor Who episode Gridlock, monotony turned into horror. Don't get into traffic jams.We now have merch! Make sure to check out what we've got on offer at teespring.com/stores/shouting-into-the-void as well as https://www.redbubble.com/people/Merch-Void/shop?asc=uLike what we do? We do a lot more! Check us out at http…
 
We begin our analysis of the chronological treatment of the classic dystopian films. The timeframe of the storylines begins with Clockwork Orange in 1980, with 1984 being next, followed by the Mad Max installments, Escape from New York, Metropolis in 2000, and then Kubrick's 2001 and the overlooked 2010, which deals with a profound level of propaga…
 
This first season finale we explore Hubie Halloween the film that reinvigorated discussion about a shared universe of Adam Sandler films and led to the creation of this very podcast. Please join us for our final plunge into these six specific films of the ASCU. Comments can be directed to AdamSandlerCinematicUniverse@gmail.com and don't forget to f…
 
We run through a gamut of UFO Disclosure updates! The big report drops in June so things are heating up on the news and they're talking about ALL THE THINGS! Demi Lovato is embracing the occult arts to make contact, Q's Ron Watkins wants to get in on it and OREO is even getting the public into summoning these things! We'll hit some very curious sta…
 
Heroes. Giants. Villains. Wizards. True Love. - Not just your basic, average, everyday, ordinary, run-of-the-mill, ho-hum fairy tale. It's inconceivable that it's taken us so long to book our guest this week! Helping us navigate the pits of despair as we discuss THE PRINCESS BRIDE is our former producer, Alec Sarche! (@bravelittletheater) Follow Al…
 
Hello, kaiju lovers! The “Year of Gamera” reaches its midpoint in an episode that’s the answer to life, the universe, and everything. Well, not really. But you will hear Nate and returning guest/multi-podcaster Ben Avery discuss 1970’s Gamera vs. Jiger. This movie, which shockingly opened the year the Japanese film industry crashed, serves as a (so…
 
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