Dirty Little Horror is a weekly gay horror podcast where Charles & Christopher dissect a new movie each episode and find all the LGBT subtext they can while making spooky dick jokes. Find us on Patreon, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & Letterboxd!
A monthly show that reviews one film director per episode with the occasional bonus episode. Episodes #123-172 were hosted by Brad & Al. Visit the website, subscribe via iTunes, find us on Letterboxd at NowPlayingJim or PatrickRipoll.
A podcast about movies from the makers of Letterboxd, the social network for film lovers.
Large Popcorn is a movie podcast where friends have elevated discussions about all things film in the least pretentious way possible. Each week, join host Cristian Macias and a guest as they discuss recent movie news and give their opinions on that week's marquee topic of the show. You can keep up with the show via twitter @largepopcornpod and on letterboxd for a list of all movies discussed on the show.
Film Yak is a weekly podcast featuring in-depth movie discussions. Each week one of our cohosts chooses a film for the three of us to watch, discuss, debate, angrily gripe about, and sometimes even praise. After the discussion, we play a nice round of Letterboxd roulette to see what film two of the cohosts will be saddled with watching and reporting on during the subsequent episode. Follow us on IG: @filmyakpodcast Subscribe to us and rate us on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to po ...
The first thing you create is always an event. You're finding your voice and putting yourself and everything you care about on display. This is a podcast about that leap of faith. Every week, Jack Read and his guests discuss a different filmmaker and their first feature — how it was made, how it fits into their life and career up to this point, and how it stands on its own. This is Ain't Dey Beauts. New episodes every Tuesday. Follow us on Twitter @beautspod and on Letterboxd @AintDeyBeauts.
Colson and Brad have taken things in a scary new direction! Horror movie reviews, spooky listener stories, and more! Support our show - patreon.com/watchers Instagram - @watchers_podcast Brad's Letterboxd - campbellbrad Colson's Letterboxd - nosloc88 Twitter - @watcherpod Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
A podcast for movie lovers, inspired by Letterboxd. Each week famous artist Danny Haas, poet/writer Protolexus, and journeyman podcaster Slim discuss a recently watched film together. Their love for each other cannot be broken. Or can it? Merch available + new episodes every Monday.
A brief, poorly planned description and outline of a podcast I’ve been wanting to do for a while. Below are links to..... Letterboxd: @Andrew Azcona Instagram: @andrewazcona
Spook Factory is a horror movie podcast where two twelve-year-old kids review horror movies, and have a lot of fun doing so. We publish episodes weekly, so make sure to tune in! We are available on Soundcloud, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts. NOTE: Until our Gremlins episode, we did not have a microphone to record with. Oops. The sound quality is a little iffy, so we apologize for any damaged eardrums. Email us: email@example.com Letterboxd: ...
Skxnky (Nick) and mcul_ (Shawn) are two guys who met on the Internet and are building a friendship together. Every week they get together for a fun, light-hearted, discussion where they learn something new about each other, get into stupid debates, and spend a lot of time reading Wikipedia articles out loud.
Illinois's statewide news talk show, produced by Illinois Public Media.
An independant podcast looking at contemporary media with a focus on feminism.
As more people are sitting at home watching films, many have turned to the social media platform Letterboxd to rate and candidly share their opinions about films.By The 21st Show
WPT is a podcast for adults; we use adult language and discuss mature topics, such as slit necks, sick hogs, and nuns with guns. This episode we’re catching up with several recently released films, including I Care A Lot, Dead Pigs, Moxie, and Pixie. https://wildprettythings.podbean.com/ https://www.patreon.com/wildprettythingspod 0:03:15 Pixie giv…
As of April 13, 2021, millions of Muslims across the world will be fasting from sun-up to sundown — starting their second Ramadan in the pandemic. For university students in particular, this may be the first Ramadan some will have to spend away from their immediate families.By The 21st Show
A major overhaul of K-12 social studies programs in Illinois schools calls for every elementary and high school to develop a curriculum that includes one unit of studying pre-enslavement Black history, dating back to 3,000 BCE. Three guests shared reaction and how the education will happen.By The 21st Show
Even if we’re careful about sorting paper from plastic, and washing that plastic, too, what really happens to our recycling? An Illinois expert says all that paper and plastic you carefully sort from the trash might very well end up in a landfill.By The 21st Show
Episode 015: On Large Popcorn everything is fine - especially when we talk about the madman David Lynch! This week's episode we're joined by our Italian cinephile friend, Hugo Pinai, from Remember the Film. Join us as we talk absurdism, dreams, velvet motifs, and more! Reel Round- Up items include: More 2021 movie delays Black Widow to premier on D…
The next big item on the Biden Administration’s legislative agenda is to pass a sweeping, $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan which the administration is calling the American Jobs Plan. The 21st spoke with two agriculture reporters about what it could mean for farmers and rural areas of Illinois.By The 21st Show
Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) recently published a memoir detailing her experiences as a Thai-American, the discrimination she sometimes faced and what it was like living off of food stamps in her childhood.By The 21st Show
Danny, Proto, and Slim chat about Ali (2001). Other topics include a Proto confession, Magic Mike XXL, Prince of Egypt, A Hidden Life, Dakota's IG, Patreon-exclusive voting for a classic Musical, another reminder that we now have episode transcriptions thanks to Sophie (listen to her podcast), our plans for April, and more. Links: Support the 70mm …
This week, Brad and Colson talk about the 1980 classic, "The Shining", directed by Stanley Kubrick, and based off the Stephen King novel. Also, a spooky story from Prince Edward Island!By Watchers
In this episode, Charles (@charlesrockhill) and Christopher (@chrisopotamia) discuss Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994), daytime soaps, the perfect PB&J, and the fleeting return of Tuesday Knight. Follow us: Socials & Email firstname.lastname@example.org Please leave a rating/review if you have a moment. It's a free way to help the show grow! Di…
This week we’re talking JR’s pick, Red Dust starring a pre-mustachioed Clark Gable from 1932. We also get in to lots of other stuff we watched including the infamous Snyder Cut. Thanks for listening. Enjoy! email@example.comBy Film Yak
Various forms of digital art can be sold as a “non-fungible token." To talk more about NFT sales and how they're transforming the art community, The 21st was joined by an artist and a reporter following art news.By The 21st Show
An interstate highway bridge near the Quad Cities is set to be replaced. Instead of destroying the old one, an environmentalist wants to turn it into a new national park. The 21st spoke to the President of Living Lands & Waters about the details of the plan.By The 21st Show
The 21st discusses a program that connects students in Illinois with those in Oklahoma to explore their common histories with racial violence.By The 21st Show
In addition to infusing federal funds into Illinois' K-12 schools, Gov. J B Pritzker also announced four initiatives that he hopes will help make up for the effects of the pandemic on students, teachers and parents.By The 21st Show
On this episode, we talk about our 10 favorite actors!By Watchers
The 21st was joined by two members of the UI Kingfisher Quiz Bowl Team to talk more about quiz bowl, operating virtually this year and what the team's chances are at winning the National Championship.By The 21st Show
More than 2.3 million people in Illinois are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19, according to numbers from the Illinois Department of Public Health. The 21st was joined by a panel of guests to speak more about vaccine eligibility, what happens after an individual is fully vaccinated and the implications of a "vaccine passport."…
Episode 014: We continue our collaborative journey to Mordor to bring you our first film series with Peter Jackson's 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy - with a twist! Returning for today's show, we're joined by Pod-ket Monsters' Dustin Cunningham and Disney+ Us' Griffin Thenell to discuss the second film in the series: The Two Towers. One long-time super…
To hear more about the power of poetry and African-American history, The 21st revisted a conversation with Pulitzer Prize winning poet-in-residence Tyehimba Jess at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.By The 21st Show
Many scientists worry that the Earth is on a collision course with climate change and it will have irreversible, deadly consequences. The 21st revisits a conversation with author David Pogue on adapting to our changing climate, as well as increasing mitigation efforts.By The 21st Show
Danny, Proto, and Slim chat about Speed Racer (2008). Other topics include an update on Mortal Engines, Godzilla v Kong spoiler-free thoughts, F1 and racing movies, cutting the mustard, Days of Thunder and Proto's Righteous Anger, Cowboy Bebop, The Brood, Patreon-exclusive voting for a classic Musical, another reminder that we now have episode tran…
On this episode, Brad and Colson take a look at the new "Wrong Turn" film. We also hear a spooky story from Prince Edward Island.By Watchers
This episode we’re catching up on what we’ve been watching. https://wildprettythings.podbean.com/ Kong Skull Island (HBO) [mild spoilers] corrections: Jarret meant to call John Goodman an actor, not a director, and say WB is about to release the 4th Kong/Godzilla movie, not make. Disaster Girls podcast http://www.thatmightbecool.com/disastergirls/k…
Easter Sunday is this weekend. For many Black churches it is the biggest Sunday service of the year. Some Easter traditions go back culturally to Africa and the period of enslavement in America.By The 21st Show
Are you having a hard time sleeping at night? Perhaps you're engaging in a phenomena called “revenge bedtime procrastination.” An expert told us how to get a better night's rest.By The 21st Show
Flint, Michigan is known for its water crisis, but the tap water problem is a more pervasive issue than it may seem. In East Moline, one home was found with 3,000 parts per billion of lead in it’s tap water. Other communities where dangerous levels of lead in tap water have been found include Rockford, Joliet, University Park, and Elgin, Illinois.…
Social distancing and the closure of non-essential businesses in March 2020 was especially difficult for those living with an intellectual disability. A set routine is important to their development of vocational, personal skills and mental health. But the COVID-19 vaccine offers hope for the future.…
The COVID-19 pandemic is worsening Illinois’ teacher shortage. One in three teachers polled in a recent survey say they’re considering leaving the profession.By The 21st Show
In the first half of 2020, gun retailers saw the greatest increase in sales to Black customers. The 21st spoke to the president of the 761st Gun Club about what it’s like being a Black gun owner in Illinois and preserving the rights of gun ownership.By The 21st Show
The recent string of mass shootings across the country have reignited the debate about gun control. To speak more about the topic, The 21st was joined by a Democratic member of the Illinois House of Representatives.By The 21st Show
Episode 013: Look out! It's our 13th episode and we've got a spooktacular of a show today! Our Ohioan friend and humble comedian Eric Lewis joins for a terrifyingly good time as we share our favorite list of horror movies. What scary movies top your list? No Reel Round-Up this week. We go straight into our discussion of horror films! Timestamps 00:…
Therapists have seen an uptick in clients since the pandemic started. The 21st spoke with three guests about burnout among mental health workers and who’s taking care of them.By The 21st Show
The 21st was joined by three public radio journalists to hear more about vaccine rollout, educating students who are homeless and mandating inclusive sex education in K-12 schools.By The 21st Show
Danny, Proto, and Slim chat about King Kong (1993). Other topics include, international shipping on prints, secret reminder again that we now have episode transcriptions thanks to Sophie (listen to her podcast), Shrek betrayals, David Lean's Journey, listen to the Cinenauts, our plans for April, and more. Links: Support the 70mm Patreon to join our…
In this episode, Charles (@charlesrockhill) and Christopher (@chrisopotamia) discuss Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991), compliment bullying, PB&J's, and the apparent Springwood Cleaner's Strike. Follow us: Socials & Email firstname.lastname@example.org Please leave a rating/review if you have a moment. It's a free way to help the show g…
On this episode, Brad and Colson discuss the 1984 Comedy Horror movie "Night Of The Comet". Did this movie inspire the Top 5 on this episode - Top 5 Horror Disappointments? Listen to find out!By Watchers
Many Asian American women say they are either invisible or ignored because of dangerous, misogynistic stereotypes. They are finding their voices in the wake of the tragic shootings at Atlanta area spas. Two guests join us to talk about anti Asian history and ways to change the perception of Asian women.…
In the labs of the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign a golden retriever lab assistant named Sampson sits in a white lab coat, safety goggles and shoes.By The 21st Show
The Rabbi of the Moses Montefiore Temple in Bloomington joined us to talk about the history behind the Jewish holiday Passover and what celebrations will look like during the pandemic.By The 21st Show
When it comes to buying a home, millennials, those born between 1980 and 1994, face a lot of obstacles. There's a new statewide program to help them.By The 21st Show
Thousands of farmworkers are headed to Illinois to begin processing the food that arrives on your table. We talked about the challenges of getting them vaccinated against COVID-19 in a timely manner this year.By The 21st Show
On this episode, we share our ten favorite Leonardo DiCaprio movies!By Watchers
The 21st was joined by University of Illinois basketball great Deon Thomas to talk about growing up in Illinois, playing professional basketball in Israel and converting to Judaism.By The 21st Show
Amid an increase in violence targeting Americans of Asian descent, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Monday issued a “call to action.” The 21st spoke to state Rep. Theresa Mah, the first Asian-American elected to the Illinois General Assembly, to hear more.By The 21st Show
Episode 012: Are you ready for our wackiest show yet?? On today's episode, Denmarks #1 streamer, Islam Dibaje, joins us to talk Danish film The Green Butchers featuring an absurd hairline from Mads Mikkelsen. Seriously, it's wild how well Islam balances intellectual conversation while be an absolute joker. Listen for yourself!! Reel Round- Up items…
WPT is an independent podcast looking at pop culture with perilous feminism. This episode we discuss the Oscar nominations and Promising Young Woman (with spoilers) https://www.patreon.com/wildprettythingspod https://wildprettythings.podbean.com/ email: email@example.com instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wildprettythingspod/ twitter: @…