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Best Film Critics podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Film Critics podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
Updated January 2020
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A weekly podcast with film critic Mark Kermode with a series of different elements including: a podcast version of MK3D - the live show he does every month at BFI Southbank which includes movie guests and questions from the audience, Head to Head with Jack Howard in which they argue about the merits or otherwise of classic and contemporary films, 2001 Films You Must See Before You Die, Hell's Video Store plus Movie Time Travel - where Mark visits a famous film location.
You Must Remember This is a storytelling podcast exploring the secret and/or forgotten histories of Hollywood’s first century. It’s the brainchild and passion project of Karina Longworth (founder of Cinematical.com, former film critic for LA Weekly), who writes, narrates, records and edits each episode. It is a heavily-researched work of creative nonfiction: navigating through conflicting reports, mythology, and institutionalized spin, Karina tries to sort out what really happened behind the ...
Paul Scheer is a lifelong movie buff, but he's never seen many of the all time greats. On Unspooled, his team-up with film critic Amy Nicholson, he's remedying that by watching the AFI's top 100 movies of all time, to find out what makes classics like Citizen Kane and Taxi Driver so special. Paul & Amy will dissect iconic scenes, talk to artists and industry experts, and discover just how these films got made.
Switchblade Sisters is a new podcast providing deep cuts on genre flicks from a female perspective. Every week, film critic April Wolfe sits down with a phenomenal female film-maker to slice-and-dice a classic genre movie - horror, exploitation, sci-fi and many others! Along the way, they cover craft, the state of the industry, how films get made, and more. Mothers, lock up your sons, the Switchblade Sisters are coming!
A podcast devoted to the erotic thriller genre. Fatal Attraction, Basic Instinct, that sort of thing. Co-hosted by film critics and film fans Matthew Turner, Leslie Pitt, Amelie Thomas and Paul Costello.
A movie podcast that isn't just a bunch of straight white dudes. Comedian Ify Nwadiwe is joined by film producer Drea Clark, writer April Wolfe, and film critic Alonso Duralde for a fast, funny, flight through film. Who Shot Ya? is news, reviews and in-depth insight, beamed directly into your ears every week.
C. Robert Cargill is a screenwriter, novelist, and former film critic. In this podcast, he's joined by film critic David Chen to discuss his advice from his two decades in the entertainment industry. Find more episodes of the show at writealongpodcast.com and email us at email@example.com
"Can't Get Enough of Keanu" follows hosts Patrick Willems, Matt Torpey, and Jake Torpey as they explore the filmography of the ageless and inimitable movie star, Keanu Reeves. A new series from the folks who brought you "We Heart Hartnett."
Each week on Screen Talk, Indiewire's chief film critic Eric Kohn talks with Thompson on Hollywood's Anne Thompson about the indie film world and beyond -- from film festivals to new releases and the future of the business.
Every week, WNYC tells you about the best documentaries as they become available on screens of any size. Our hosts are Thom Powers and Raphaela Neihausen, co-founders of the Pure Nonfiction podcast and the DOC NYC festival, the largest non-fiction film festival in the U.S. WNYC Studios is the producer of other leading podcasts including Radiolab, Freakonomics Radio, 2 Dope Queens, Death, Sex & Money, On the Media and many more.
Film critic Vince Leo reviews the latest film releases in the theaters, covering blockbusters, independent films, foreign titles, and VOD.
Dave White and Alonso Duralde have opinions about movies. Here are them.
Welcome to the Queer Horror Cult, a podcast for deconstructing, analyzing, and just talking love of horror, genre, and cult cinema from a queer perspective. Join us as we discuss individual films, franchises, film movements, sub-genres, themes and aesthetics, and engage in interviews and round-table discussions.
The Cinephiliacs is a podcast exploring the past and future of cinephelia. Film critic Peter Labuza has interviewed critics, programmers, academics, filmmakers, and more about their relationship to film and film culture. Additionally, each guest will bring in a particular favorite film and discuss it with Labuza. Indiewire declares, "If you want to hear film critics talk at length about their craft, there are few better places on the Internet" and Keyframe Daily has called it "Exhibit A" for ...
Movie Madness is a weekly podcast hosted by Chicago film critic Erik Childress presenting movie reviews, interviews, film festival coverage, DVDs, awards, box office and much more!
Anupama Chopra is a film critic, television anchor and book author. She has been writing about Bollywood since 1993. Her work has appeared in publications such as The New York Times, Hindustan Times, The Los Angeles Times and Vogue (India). Here you can find all of her reviews for Hollywood and Bollywood movies.
Your favorite films from yesteryear analysed by a cast of 4 passionate film nerds to ask the question, do they truly stand against time? join Sylvia, Bob, James and Dustin every 2 weeks for new episodes.
A podcast about movies old and new! Hosted by former video store employee Rob Kelly and a rotating cast of guests.
In this special three-part miniseries from the Ringer Podcast Network, filmmaker Quentin Tarantino sits down with film critic Amy Nicholson to talk about five films he's programmed at his Los Angeles movie palace, the New Beverly Cinema. Along the way, their conversation leads to unexpected journeys into the director's personal history, his career, and what powers his movie obsessions.
At Screened on the Spot we review movies and TV, discuss our favorites, most hated and guilty pleasures, as well as anything we find interesting going on in the film/TV world. Sometimes we interview cool people and try not to judge them on their favorite movies.
More Than One Lesson is a podcast for Christians who love cinema. Every episode, host Tyler Smith (Battleship Pretension) discusses a recent film, breaking it down to its key thematic and artistic components, finding what lessons we as followers of Jesus can learn from this amazing medium.
Join antagonistic film critic Josh Hadley and laid back film critic Cecil Trachenburg for a weekly look at the films you never heard of or simply forgot about alongside a true cine-masochist Petar Gagic. Radiodrome takes you back to a time of VHS tapes, exploitation on TV and the Adult Entertainment that mattered.
The Geek Buddies are Animation Writer/EP Michael Vogel, Film Critic/Writer/Host John Rocha and Actor/Animation Writer Shannon McClung. Three industry pros and longtime friends giving you their unique perspectives on everything geek in the world of entertainment.
Mad About Movies is your go-to podcast for all things cinema, hosted by Emmy winning producer Kent Garrison, film critic Brian Gill, and humorist Richard Bardon. Now in their 7th full year of seeing and reviewing a movie a week, the guys dive deep into a discussion of their chosen film with convos that often spill over to social media. Remember to follow @MadAboutMovies Want more MAM? Become a VIP and get tons more Mad About Movies @ madaboutmoviespodcast.com/vip
Satisfy your celluloid addiction with the Cinema Junkie podcast, where you can mainline film 24/7. This film and entertainment series is run by KPBS Film Critic Beth Accomando. So if you need a film fix, want to hear what filmmakers have to say about their work, or just want to know what's worth seeing this weekend, then you've come to the right place
Legendary film critic Leonard Maltin and his daughter Jessie are the ultimate movie fans. They love talking about movies, especially with people who share their enthusiasm—from living legends like Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, and Quincy Jones to such contemporary artists as Amy Adams, Viggo Mortensen, Laura Dern, and Bryan Cranston. You’ll meet all kinds of interesting people and hear their recommendations of unsung movies you ought to know.
A weekly podcast dedicated to exploring the intersections of horror film and feminism. In our first series, each episode we deep-dive into all things witches onscreen. Each week, our host Anna (co-founder of The Final Girls collective) is joined by a special guest to discuss and debate a film or TV show with witchcraft at the heart of it.
Join film critic Betty Jo Tucker, a confirmed movie addict, as she rants and raves about all things cinematic with a variety of co-hosts, producer Nikki Starr and noted movie critics – plus lots of fascinating film folks.
Scott Weinberg is a veteran film critic. Steven DeGennaro is a doctor of astrophysics. Listen in as these two nerds compare and contrast two noteworthy sci-fi films every week. They discuss the artistic quality of the films, whether they get the science right, and whether or not that even matters.
From the co-creators of CinemaSins: Chris Atkinson and Jeremy Scott, who provide your favorite movie and culture nitpicking, are joined by Barrett Share from Music Video Sins, and other guests to discuss, analyze, and ridicule the world of entertainment.
Every week, movie fanatic Jon Negroni and film critic Will Ashton debate the biggest and best films coming to theaters and streaming online. They may not always agree, but one thing's for sure. They're both Cinemaholics.
Film Critic/Entertainment Reporter Lights Camera Jackson interviews the biggest live-action and animation content creators and performers from movies, TV and streaming.
Thomas Clark, a below average film critic, dives into television's past episode by episode. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tvarchive/support
The real-time, film commentary podcast about films (or film aspects) that may have been overlooked. This podcast is intended to be played alongside the film in question, as you watch.
The podcast about Disney movies that don't quite have the magic! Whether they be forgotten gems, cult classics, mediocre duds, or just absolute crap, hosts Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz sit down and discuss the films, the people behind them, and their place in film history.
Theo Neumann is a 6 year podcast veteran and you will find him on twitter @OC_Film.Ben Woodiwiss is a Director/Writer and you will find him @BenWoodiwiss.Lee Robert Adams is a Writer, Blogger and Film Critic in the Czech Republic and you will find him on twitter @MidwinterPressJoin us twice a month for a podcast that focuses on World Cinema.If you like your films outside of the mainstream, you need not look further than The Outside Centre Film Podcast.
Join film critic Zaki Hasan and television writer Brian Hall as they engage in hilarious and insightful conversations on all the latest out of Hollywood, including news, reviews, and interviews with some of the biggest names in movies!
A movie review podcast where we (allegedly) watch whatever movie is hot this week and break it down from a pointedly left perspective, looking at what it says about our culture, and a society, which is something we live in.
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This one gets rowdy as we discuss the recent big budget disaster Dolittle with Vulture Associate Editor Jordan Crucchiola. We also chat about the best and worst flops of all time. Alonso almost kills Ify for saying that he likes the movie Warcraft. And, as always, we’ve got staff picks. In news, Disney gets rid of the “Fox” from 20th Century Fox, t…
Anupama Chopra Film Reviews
Panga works on the strength of its performances and its writing. Ashwiny, co-writer Nikhil Mehrotra and Nitesh Tiwari, who has been credited with additional screenplay create a lived-in world with characters who have depth and personality. Here is Anupama Chopra's review of the Kangana Ranaut starrer.…
"Hell is under new management" In this episode, we discuss in depth the new series of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, available now on Netflix. Though she defeated her father Lucifer in the previous series, the Dark Lord remains trapped within the human prison of her boyfriend, Nick Scratch. Sabrina can't live with herself, knowing that Nick is bur…
The short documentary "Walk, Run, Cha-Cha" looks at a Vietnamese couple, separated by the war, who reunite in America and recover their lost youth in dancing. Filmmaker Laura Nix uses the beauty of dance to explore the experiences of immigration and reinvention. — Raphaela Neihausen and Thom Powers Click here to watch the film.…
Anupama Chopra Film Reviews
Street Dancer 3D is a master-class in all the incredible things the human body can do. If the script was half as nimble as these gifted people, this film would have been a smash. Sadly, that is not the case. Watch Anupama Chopra's review of Street Dancer 3D, directed by Remo D'Souza, starring Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor, Aparshakti Khurana and mo…
Greta Gerwig is riding high on the rave reviews and Oscar nominations for her heartfelt adaptation of Little Women (still playing in theaters). In the midst of awards-season chaos she found time to spend an hour with Leonard and Jessie, to talk about her ever-expanding career—which also includes being mother to an adorable toddler. For a high-profi…
The Geek Buddies
On this episode of The Geek Buddies, John Rocha and Shannon McClung carry on without Michael Vogel who is enjoying life on a cruise ship this week. The guys talk that new Star Wars: The Clone Wars trailer and what they hope to see from this last season of the show. They go in depth about Bad Robot possibly bringing a live action Justice League Dark…
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"Oscars Versus Sundance 2020" (Episode 175) by Indiewire: Screen TalkBy Indiewire: Screen Talk
We are so lucky to be joined by the phenomenal director of the new film She’s Missing, Alexandra McGuinness. She’s on the program to talk about the aptly chosen movie, Otto Preminger’s Bunny Lake Is Missing. Alexandra discusses the significance of making films in foreign places. She elaborates on unintentionally making her work personal. And she ch…
Paul & Amy light up 1969's rebellious Sam Peckinpah Western The Wild Bunch! They marvel at the stunts the volatile Peckinpah pulled, praise his inventive flashbacks, and debate the film's use of laughter. Plus: Director S. Craig Zahler (Bone Tomahawk) talks about why The Wild Bunch is one of his favorite films. For The Apartment week, what was a ti…
The time capsule for the last decade of film gets ten more titles courtesy of Collin Souter, co-host of the Christmas Movies Actually podcast and longtime radio partner of Erik Childress. Animation carves out a spot this time as well as a surprise entry that is, nevertheless, one of the great achievements of the period. Then for good measure, Erik …
Elliot goes to the Star Wars School of Kissing Your Sister! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tvarchive/support
On the Silver Globe (1988) My Nights are more Beautiful than your Days (1989) Boris Godunov (1989) The Blue Note (1991) Szamanka (1996) Fidelity (2000) Cosmos (2015)
This episode was shot as a long take by legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins and the only way to see it is to listen to it. Become a $3 monthly subscriber to access Primo Lefter, our weekly premium show. Join the Discord Kino Lefter is a movie review podcast where we (allegedly) watch whatever movie is hot this week and break it down from a poin…
This week Lori and Aria are digging into the perfect pairing of the highly-aesthetic giallo film with the fashion world of modelling. Films discussed are "Blood and Black Lace" (1964), "Strip Nude For Your Killer" (1975), and "Death Walks at Midnight" (1972). Audio clip from "The Neon Demon" (2016)
This movie was a blast to revisit, The mixture of Brandon Lee, Ernie Hudson and Micheal Wincott turned out something truely beautiful despite the troubles that would plague the filming. We all really enjoyed ourselves with this one and hope that you enjoy it with us.
Noted film critics Mack Bates and Geoff Roberts visit Movie Addict Headquarters again to discuss the latest Academy Award nominations as well as to predict winners in these six key categories: BEST PICTURE, BEST DIRECTOR, BEST ACTOR, BEST ACTRESS, BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR, and BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS Both Bates and Roberts share a deep interest in the…
It's survival of the fittest this week on Cinemaholics, which means special guest Cory Woodroof has stepped up to fill in for Jon while he's away at Sundance. Cory and Will dive into some catch-up reviews, plus they react to the Oscars 2020 nominations before reviewing the two wide releases this week: Dolittle and Bad Boys for Life. Show Notes: 00:…
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Kermode on Film
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It’s the MovieFilm Boys talking Bad Boys! After a seventeen year gap, Will Smith & Martin Lawrence are back in their signature buddy cop franchise in BAD BOYS FOR LIFE, and Zaki & Brian are here to chime in on whether it was worth the wait. In addition, hear our reactions to the first trailer for Sony’s scary superhero pic MORBIUS, plus our thought…
We recently discussed on our Throwback episode of Bad Boys about how BAD it really was in retrospect. Can Sony successfully reboot the franchise without ruining it for good? Join Kent, Richard and pinch-hitter Batman Shane for a review of Bad Boys For Life and a look ahead to ‘Bad Boys 4ever?’ Want more MAM? Become a VIP and get more episodes each …
You Must Remember This
At the age of 18, actress Molly O’Day’s career showed great promise — the only thing holding her back was a bit of pubescent pudge. When diets failed, she became the guinea pig of Hollywood's first highly-publicized weight loss surgery. This was in 1929, and the procedure was, as one fan magazine described it "dangerous... and all in vain." What le…
Dave and Alonso catch up with January releases and circle back to some international titles they missed. Subscribe (and review us) on Apple Podcasts, follow us @linoleumcast on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, it's just outside of your front door. Join our club, won't you? Alonso's DVD pick of the week: DOCTOR DOLITTLE (1967)…
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The SinCast crew breaks down the recent Oscar nominations, and they've got OPINIONS! Find out all about the good, the bad and the lack of diversity... Also, the guys get into one of the best segments in SinCast history... the HEART OF THE MOVIE! Which scenes are so ingrained into the movie that it would lose itself without them? Find out that and m…
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Dave and Alonso are joined by Manohla Dargis of The New York Times, Robert Abele of the Los Angeles Times and TheWrap and Peter Debruge of Variety to discuss 2019 in film. Cats is discussed. Subscribe (and review us) on Apple Podcasts, follow us @linoleumcast on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, someone keeps moving my chair. Join our club, won't yo…
Set in 2012, Uncut Gems is a part crime drama and part character study, following the dealings of Howard Ratner (Adam Sandler), a New York jewelry merchant doing business by appointment in his highly secure private showroom. Not all is peachy-keen in Howard's life, as his marriage is on the rocks, his mistress has begun to make him feel insecure, h…
In episode 367, Chris Crespo and Drewster Cogburn welcome back to the show Tom the Beer Guy for our anniversary spectacular! Chris and Drew review Underwater and Bad Boys For Life. Also discussed: The Blade Itself, Rocketman, Bohemian Rhapsody, Downton Abbey, The Lion King, The Night Hunter, Blindspotting, Bosch, Barry, The Outsider, Fantastic Fung…
The first new episode of the new year and new decade focuses on a crop of titles from just a few studios and one legendary actress. That would be the great Anne Bancroft who has a wonderful new collection out from Shout Factory. Erik and Sergio Mims also look at films starring everyone from Lloyd Bridges to Ethan Hawke as well as a cornucopia of ti…
The SinCast crew goes Underwater this week for... well, Underwater. Does KStew make this more watchable than it has any right to be or is it just a worse version of DeepStar Six? Find out on an all new MINIPOD!!! We'll be back next Monday for a new episode of SinCast, and keep in touch! Tweet us @cinemasins, comment on SoundCloud, (https://soundclo…
The tragic tale of Bill! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tvarchive/support
Without a doubt, Parasite is one of the most well-received films of the year. Is it worth all the hype and awards praise? We're carving away at our last few films before we reveal our best/worst of 2019 list, so enjoy this review of Parasite, won't you? Want more MAM? Become a VIP at madaboutmoviespodcast.com/vip…
We have some unique insight into this week’s film, the “one long take” World War One epic 1917, because we are joined by director and cinematographer Benjamin Kasulke (Banana Split). We also chat about other movies that appear to be one long take. And, of course, we’ve got staff picks. In news, the Academy Award nominations have arrived and we corr…