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Best Film Discussions podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Film Discussions podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Film Yak is a weekly podcast featuring in-depth movie discussions. Listen in each week as Jonathan, Jon, J.R. and Kevin dive deep into a different film of their choice. Get movie news, hear trivia battles, and discover movie recommendations. Listen in for a good dose of humor and friendly banter as the hosts debate and defend their favorite films.
 
A High Contrast Podcast with one movie buff and one movie not enough! Join your hosts Tyler the Movie Buff and Brandon the Movie-Not-Enough for the Film Foil Podcast! A hatful of a hundred of history’s greatest movies spurs their fortnightly discussion from two wildly different perspectives. Listen along as Brandon and Tyler (and an occasional surprise guest) discuss what they loved about the movie, share behind-the-scenes facts, offer recommendations for further viewing, and decide whether ...
 
The Cary Allen Picture Show is a freeform interview style podcast hosted by filmmaker and photographer Dennis Cahlo where he sits down with directors, actors, comedians, and people from all walks of the creative world to talk about film and how it affected their lives and shaped who they are today. The chats are funny, touching, and often revealing going way beyond cinephelia.
 
This weekly podcast show hosted by two childhood friends from Queens NY looks to cast a millennial eye across cinema in today's age. Whether it's discussing the newest releases from Marvel or debating the staying power of classic movies like Back to the Future , it's always a fun time with two guys who don't take themselves too seriously.
 
The Movie Podcast is a film news and entertainment podcast that covers the week’s biggest film stories, reviews of the latest movies and a unique topic of the show. You can catch Daniel, Shahbaz, and Anthony in a new episode every Monday! Got a topic request? Have a movie suggestion or correction? Let us know at thistimewith.com/talk
 
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 ...
 
Flicks XRayed is book club but for movies, each week we have a round table discussion about a film and invite guests to weigh in, review and rate the film of the week. We like to dig up films that may have been forgotten or are picks straight out of the bargain bin and closely X-Ray them for ours and others amusement. In each episode we like to talk about our thoughts on the film, hypothesize theories and play games for the coveted pretty pretty princess crown.
 
On the Crooked Table Podcast, Robert Yaniz Jr. and company celebrate the creative, quirky and downright peculiar parts of the pop culture and, more specifically, the movie industry. Each episode provides in-depth reviews and lively discussions of current releases, lesser-known gems and nostalgic favorites. Pull up a chair and join the conversation... In short, welcome to the Table!
 
A weekly podcast dedicated to exploring the intersections of horror film and feminism. In our second series, we’ll be tracing the lineage and evolution of female monsters. A new episode lands every week where host Anna Bogutskaya and a special guest discuss a film in depth.
 
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The Filmlosophers dig deep and share their personal choices for most treasured Dads in film. The Patriarchal Trio divulge what fatherly roles in cinema really tugged on the ole heartstrings, and also reveal a huge announcement at the end of the episode! Does everyone on the team agree with each other’s choices, or will someone (ahem, Eddie) have no…
 
This Week in Film, join Nick & Midwest Matt as they have an extended discussion about The Thing (2011). Please Enjoy/Share/Subscribe/Rate/Review our show! Don't miss the latest podcast: http://thisweekinfilm.libsyn.com/ Check out the website: http://www.thisweekinfilm.com Find Us On Social: | Patreon | facebook | | Instagram | Letterboxd | | Twitte…
 
This episode discusses two gorgeous, Gothic Hammer Horror classics: The Gorgon (1964) and The Reptile (1966). I’m joined in this episode by writer Kat Ellinger to dive deep into where these films sit in the Hammer canon, the special effects, Gothic settings, why female monsters always need to be tortured, and what is it about snake-women. *** The F…
 
Terrill and Nate sing along with Cinderella // Nate’s Pride Picks (1:28)// The Times of Harvey Milk (1:52)// Disclosure (3:57)// Skate Kitchen (5:20)// Tongues Untied (7:17)// Saving Face (8:51)// The Runaways (10:14)// Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (11:31)// Wonder Boys (15:15)// Straight Up (17:00)// Cinderella (19:36)// @MovieF…
 
This week mum messed up her side of the recording, so Rob is scraping the cutting room floor to bring you something that vaguely resembles a podcast. There's a conversation about War for the Planet of the Apes (which we first reviewed way back in episode 14), and grandma swings by to review Second War War adventure flick, Where Eagles Dare.…
 
Good Evening Episode 45: A Very, Very, Very Dry Red: Notorious In this episode of Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast, your hosts Brandon-Shea Mutala, Tom Caldwell, and Chris Haigh review the 1946 film Notorious. Hosts: Brandon-Shea Mutala, Tom Caldwell, and Chris Haigh Find us: Twitter: @goodeveningpod @brandonmutala @higher_boy @TomCaldwell…
 
Is the MacGuffin truly interchangable, and how does it impact on your character writing? Stu and Chas are joined by a special guest - Scriptmag contributor Brad Johnson - to discuss how the choice of the MacGuffin can impact on the quality of an action/adventure film. To test this thesis, our heroes compare the auspicious originals of two iconic fr…
 
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THE MOVIE PODCAST is a film news and entertainment podcast that covers the week’s biggest movie stories and a unique topic of the show. You can catch Daniel, Shahbaz and Anthony in a new episode every Monday! Please be sure to rate the show and subscribe. Got a topic request? Have a movie suggestion? Did we get something wrong? Let us know at ThisT…
 
To suggest that Brian L. Frye has lived an eclectic life would be an understatement. A former experimental filmmaker, a collector of home movies, and a legal scholar of intellectual property among other strange, often quizzical projects at the University of Kentucky. After having Peter on his own podcast, Brian sat down tor return the favor. We dis…
 
Another year has passed, and once again, Rob is celebrating his birthday with a special episode. Last year, he brought on his mom, Jeannine Yaniz, to talk Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Now it is Kai Yaniz in the hot seat. And the movie in question this year is Judd Apatow's 2005 comedy The 40-Year-Old Virgin. We'll discuss how well the movie's sense of …
 
With most movie theaters closed due to COVID-19, Ashley and Patrick talk about what they’ve been watching at home. On this episode, they look back on the career of the legendary Marilyn Monroe by discussing three of her most well-remembered films; GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES (1953), THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH (1955) and SOME LIKE IT HOT (1959). Find more epi…
 
We start off Season 5 of Flicks XRayed with episode 01 and this weeks episode we are social distancing and we watching and reviewing Charilie and the Chocolate. Host and Wonka Victim Tony is joined by Bed Ridden Grandperson Ryan and guests Puppet Burn Ward Patient Katie, Uninterested Child Killer Taylor, and Candyman Elisa. This week we play a game…
 
This Week in Film, join Nick & Midwest Matt as they discuss I Kill Giants (2017), Chasing the Star (2017), Intruders (2015), & Batman Begins (2005). Please Enjoy/Share/Subscribe/Rate/Review our show! Don't miss the latest podcast: http://thisweekinfilm.libsyn.com/ Check out the website: http://www.thisweekinfilm.com Find Us On Social: | Patreon | f…
 
Episode 214: The boys are back in town! The Crew’s solving a crime with the help of a convict, while discussing Walter Hill’s 48 Hrs. This was Eddie Murphy’s first film and a huge box-office hit. Launching Murphy into stardom and laying the groundwork for the buddy cop genre that exploded in the 80’s. The Crew discusses... If you like our music int…
 
Riddle me this, riddle me that... it's finally time to talk about the Bat. That's right. Somehow, the Crooked Table Podcast has never taken on a Batman solo movie. And with news Michael Keaton may return to the Batsuit, the Dark Knight's future has never been brighter. Sadly, that exciting news came out the same day we learned of director Joel Schu…
 
THE MOVIE PODCAST is a film news and entertainment podcast that covers the week’s biggest movie stories and a unique topic of the show. You can catch Daniel, Shahbaz and Anthony in a new episode every Monday! Please be sure to rate the show and subscribe. Got a topic request? Have a movie suggestion? Did we get something wrong? Let us know at ThisT…
 
Ace in the Hole tells the story of Chuck Tatum (Douglas), a frustrated former big-city journalist stuck working for a small and simple Albuquerque community newspaper. While trying to work his way back to the big leagues, Tatum exploits a story about a man trapped in a remote cave. He eventually ropes the local sheriff, the victim's wife, his junio…
 
Chisa Hutchinson is an American playwright. Her plays have won multiple awards including the 2010 GLAAD Award, a Lilly Award in 2010, as well as a Lanford Wilson Award in 2015. She was a Lark Fellow as well as a Dramatist Guild Fellow in 2010-11. She was also a cast member of the Neo-Futurists in New York. "The Subject", a new feature length film b…
 
Episode 135 - Week in Review Dave Don and Kelly this week. Just a massive show! Things we cover on the show this week include… Archive trailer, Foundation trailer, Jurassic Park, Peter Pan, Fantastic 4, robot wives, Uncut Gems, Black Summer, free bird, Forest Gump, The Night Clerk. All this and so much more ! Plus stick around after the show as we …
 
What started as a throwaway joke: Sacha Baron Cohen Season - posed in one of our Patreon-exclusive Diminisodes - springs into bizarre reality (but not particularly bizarre by 2020 standards). This week, we're covering Ali G from his origins on The 11 O'Clock Show, through Da Ali G Show, Ali G Indahouse and culminating in Ali G in da USAiii. We're a…
 
Brad McDermott and Will Remmers join Aaron to talk about the latest. We dive into the delicious September 2020 month, anchored by WCP3. We also talk about the Barnes and Noble sale and debate whether it can be depended on for summer and fall months. We get into the prospect of adding Bollywood to the collection, as teased by Lee Kline on Roger Deak…
 
In episode 176, Tony & Eddie talk about the critically acclaimed space epic, Ad Astra. In this film, Brad Pitt and Tommy Lee Jones are a father and son separated by years, many millions of miles and lots of strife. The movie is about a journey. A long one, but ultimately does it seem silly to have to travel to Neptune in order to figure out that th…
 
Criterion Reflections is David Blakeslee’s ongoing project to watch all of the films included in the Criterion Collection in chronological order of their original release. Each episode of this third season of the podcast features conversations with a variety of guests offering insights on movies that originally premiered in 1971 and were destined t…
 
Regular listeners of this Podcast will know that we are huge fans of the IFFLA (Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles). This years ‘fest was canceled due to the pandemic, however, the amazing folks at IFFLA have delivered again and given us the virtual showcase IFFLA Over the Years: 17 days celebrating 17 years of Indian cinema – bringing us some of …
 
We talk about two curious creature features from the 1950s: the very sultry Curse of the Cobra (1955) and Roger Corman's exploitation film The Wasp Woman (1959). I’m joined in this episode by writer Virginie Selavy to discuss Corman's penchant for strong women, the questionable special effects, and the snake POV shots. *** The Final Girls are a UK-…
 
In our second part of our isolation podcasts, Alex discusses the Nikon FM and Nikon FE, two cameras that came out in the aftermath of the Olympus OM-System. The history behind these cameras, how they compare and their use in the field. Also, we welcome long time member of the Toronto Film Shooters Meetup and member of the Mississauga Leatherworkers…
 
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