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Now in it's 11TH Year, Hosts TC Kirkham and Kim Brown bring you great film analysis and reviews of the latest mainstream and indie movies, as well as a bevy of regular features! Podcasting since 2006, Subject:CINEMA is one of the oldest, longest-running film podcasts on the planet!
 
Welcome to the movie podcast about the sequels that were never made, probably for good reason. Each week Host Curry and his cast of cinema geeks create the sequels that never happened, covering old favourites to new releases and everything in between. Join Curry, Al, Joe and John every Monday as they bring you the sequels nobody ever wanted. --- Seen the Sequel? is available, for free, via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Acast and all good podcasting platforms. --- Follow us on Twitter: @SeenTheSeq ...
 
A compare and contrast podcast of films from present to past. Showcasing movies connected by genre, creators, personal themes & social relevance, we discover the elements that make movies rewatchable (or not). Hosted by artist-filmmakers and longtime friends, Kraig Rasmussen & Seamus Smith.
 
You go to the movies with your friends. Upon exiting the theater, over stimulated and jacked up on adrenaline, you got things to say. So do we. Check out our podcast featuring an array of colorful characters local to Silver Spring. Spanning from well thought out critiques to the most arbitrary and inane criticisms, we make no promises on where the conversation will go. We’re not critics, we’re fans. Join us as we stop at a local bar on our way home for a little nightcap.
 
Welcome to the home of Adam Analyzes and the seasonal 31 Nights of Frights! Join me every Friday as I dissect films and dive into what makes films tick! #adamanalyzes #ioho_podcast #31NoF #Adam_Analyzes #FilmPodcast #Podcast #Movies #MoviePodcast Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adamanalyzes/support
 
Every Best Picture nominee of the 21st century. Join Mike and Brian as they reevaluate the films and Academy Awards of the past, talk trivia and top fives, and address the big question: "Would you keep or kick the Academy's picks for Best Picture?" All that and more on Best Picture This -- where it's always Oscar season!
 
Leroy Mack and Roman Simmons are gluttons for cinematic punishment. the questions is, "will they survive?" Join an angry Leroy and Roman as they review what are most certainly to be the worst movies out, and determine for yourself if they've saved you 90 minutes, or piqued your interest to the point of finding out if it's REALLY as bad as the say it is. Remember, we see the bad movies, so you don't have to.
 
Our hosts are Kent Smith (award-winning director, writer, producer, photographer), who has worked on such tv shows and feature films as Homeland, Mr. Mercedes, Outcast, Tusk, and Max bring his technical skills to the table. Laura Truman comes to the table with her fantastic laugh on life and incredible film knowledge (Film Critic and old school film collector). Patrick G. Keenan (award-winning actor), who you might have seen in Blind Side, Homeland, Tropical Cop Tales, and Mike, is no strang ...
 
For listeners that want the weirdest, most chaotic podcast on planet Earth, the Bullsh*t Podcast is the scissor kick to the skull that you didn’t ask for but won’t say no to either. With a passion for movies, pop culture, hijinks, and bullsh*t, we take listeners on a wild journey with no particular destination in mind.
 
A show dedicated to watching, reviewing, and bickering over the entertainment of yesteryear. Whether they're the classics that defined the era, blockbuster failures that fell off the face of the Earth, or features that never made a name for themselves, it's all fair game! Hosted by video editor/content creator Nicholas Abouhamad and joined by his childhood best friend Michael Capurso, as well as another long time friend and collaborator Raekwon Davis. Send your episode recommendations to @th ...
 
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The Last Row Podcast brings on its first guest host since Episode 5(!) to bring you a special bonus episode recapping and speculating on past and future seasons of the hit Netflix series Cobra Kai. Chris Maffei (from Pro Wrestling Repackaged) joins Drew in the virtual studio to talk all things LaRusso, Lawrence and of course, the One and Only Terry…
 
What was the best movie of 2002? In this miniseries finale episode, Mike and Brian recap the year that was, rank the Academy's picks for Best Picture, kick the ones that don't belong and discuss their personal top 5s. Plus, trivia, Golden Takes and a tribute to Dermot Mulroney. www.bestpicturethis.com Want to curate a future episode? BECOME A PATRO…
 
Mackenzie Lambert (the host of Mack & the Movies) is back in action to discuss the wild career of Joe D'Amato, a filmmaker who operated under many names and directed nearly 200 movies across every conceivable genre. Mack & the Movies: https://m-j-lambert.podomatic.com/ Follow Mackenzie Lambert on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CinemaMack Follow James…
 
Subject:CINEMA #654 - June 13 2021 ON THIS EPISODE: This week, Kim and TC take a look back over the past 15 years of Subject:CINEMA, and how the films have changed, how the industry has changed, and how their lives have changed since "All Those Years Ago...Subject:CINEMA's 15th Anniversary!" We will be off next week, but will return on June 27 with…
 
Our martial arts cinema block concludes (for now) with the two films that comprise Gareth Evans' bravura Indonesian crime saga. We dive into the many reasons the Raid movies are a cut above not just other martial arts films, but also many crime films as well. Plus, we look at the genesis of each installment, the unique elements of both, the extreme…
 
For this episode I decided to give my thoughts on The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It. Notable for being the first main Conjuring film to not have James Wan at the helm. How does the third (and possibly final) entry in the main Conjuring films with a series that spans eight movies (or seven if you ask director Michael Chaves) stack up to the fir…
 
After making two ensemble-casted epics about disease and downward spirals ("Boogie Nights" and "Magnolia"), director Paul Thomas Anderson turned left. The result: a colorful, cosmic romance starring Adam Sandler and Emily Watson, one which he describes as a story about "finding your music." In this episode, Mike and Brian explore PTA's career and b…
 
Matt and Tom discuss the World War 1 documentary They Shall Not Grow Old. Listen in as they talk about the impressive restoration, what makes this film so powerful, and Matt's obsession with World War 1 stories. Have any recommendations that you feel are Under the Radar? Find us on Twitter and Instagram @underfilmsradar or email us at underfilmsrad…
 
Editor Paul Murphy (host of Screen Psychics) returns to discuss his experiences working on the new film 'Blind Ambition' (directed by Warwick Ross & Robb Coe) which makes its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on June 10th: Tickets to see 'Blind Ambition' at the Festival or at Home: https://tribecafilm.com/films/blind-ambition-2021 Subscri…
 
What makes a masterpiece? Mike is joined in studio this episode by special guest co-host Joey Santos (Ask Flagler), to break down director Martin Scorsese's 2002 American immigration-revenge-crime-history (phew) epic, "Gangs of New York," starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Leonardo DiCaprio, which earned a whopping 10 Academy Award nominations, includin…
 
Subject:CINEMA #653 - June 6 2021 ON THIS EPISODE: OMG - FINALLY! We're baaaaaack!! And we're here to stay. Really! We couldn't help the longer than expected gap between shows this time, but now we should be back EVERY Sunday...REALLY...We mean it...this time it's not going to get caught up in life...we promise... On this show, we look at a much-ma…
 
NSFW Ep. 83 - That's Entertainment (The Short List) Style: Dystopian Musical Synopsis: Jacob finds himself in the literal spotlight after his brothers death, and has to decide what and who's worth fighting for in an underground society where his only weapons are his songs. Subscribe: bit.ly/SMPUpod A new mini-sode format every other week on the Sma…
 
The Conjuring series made its return in 2016 with, The Conjuring 2. Just when you thought you could not conjure any more, director James Wan returned with a film that feels similar to the first, while being a different experience overall. We also get the introduction here of the characters, The Nun, who has a spin-off & The Crooked Man, who hopeful…
 
The curse is broken, as The Last Row Podcast raids the sarcophagus of the 1999 “classic” The Mummy. Drew and Badway discuss the severity of the Ten Plagues (and which ones are mere inconveniences), camels vs horses, gigolos, the term “Beasts of Burden” as disrespect to animals, and how to totally botch a Hom-Dai Curse. Finally, the guys put The Mum…
 
Is horror the perfect genre for sneaking deep, adult themes into movies that feel light and popcorn-y? In this bonus episode, Mike and Brian revisit David Cronenberg's 1986 body horror classic, "The Fly," which was chosen by patron Chris from Tampa. They dive into the film's best moments, explore what (aside from the Oscar-winning make up) makes th…
 
Patrick is joined by Anthony King for a discussion of this post-Scream slasher. Download this episode here. (35.4 MB) Listen to F This Movie! on Spotify and on Apple Podcasts. Also discussed this episode: The Stylist (2021), Saint Maud (2020), Frances Ferguson (2019), Revenge (1990), Smile (1975), The Woman in the Window (2021), Army of the Dead (2…
 
This week we talk Mortal Kombat with Siruis XM Rotoballer Radio's Real Talk Raph! Was the reboot a flawless victory or was it a franchise fatality? You'll find out and also get our fixes when you get over here and listen! Follow Real Talk Raph on twitter: https://twitter.com/realtalkraph Follow Screen Fix on twitter: https://twitter.com/screenfixpo…
 
Our story of Martial Arts Movies reaches the next level with a bonafide 80s cult classic and the most ideal possible expert guest, the dynamically talented musician Taylor Graves. We discuss the film's unique fusion of music and martial arts, the music production itself, 80s fashions, and the many, many crazy characters populating the charming worl…
 
The Oscars love Holocaust movies — so what does that tell us about how we consume historical dramas? Is it possible to separate the art from the artist? And how does violence/obscenity in movies dull — or sharpen — our life experience? Mike and Brian's conversation veers into unexpected places this episode, in exploring director Roman Polanski's "T…
 
Martin Kessler and Victor Rodriguez join forces this episode to celebrate the first three feature films by the wild, uninhibited and completely uncompromising Álex de la Iglesia. Subscribe to ‘Inside the Sound of Fear’: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/inside-the-sound-of-fear/id1537169966 Follow Victor Rodriguez on Twitter: https://twitter.co…
 
For this episode I decided to conjure up my thoughts on the James Wan modern horror classic, The Conjuring. This one is of course the true start of Ed & Lorraine Warren's cinematic conjureverse. How does this now 8 year old film hold up today & does it still have the power to creep out audiences? Is the original house in real life still haunted? Ha…
 
Ahead of next week's return to Borat Hell, we're making some predictions about what'll surely be an agonizing experience, as well as tackling the Nic Cage classic (?) Tapped in Paradise! Is this the most miserable comedy ever made? Is Dana Carvey the worst to ever do it? What was the point of putting Madchen Amick in this turd?…
 
Matt and Tom discuss the non-narrative documentary Samsara. Listen in as they talk about the impressive visuals, their experiences watching it, and what makes it feel more like mediation than a film. Have any recommendations that you feel are Under the Radar? Find us on Twitter and Instagram @underfilmsradar or email us at underfilmsradar@gmail.com…
 
David Lambert is back to trace the beginning, apex and decline of the western genre in the context of the many books and movies that explore the Johnson County War. Follow David Lambert on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidlambertart/ Follow David Lambert on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DavidLambertArt Follow James Hancock on Twitter: https…
 
This week's episode takes us to the ninth entry in the SAW franchise with, Spiral from the Book of Saw. A film that aspires to be a fresh start, as well as a sequel with a socially conscious story. How did the overall movie turn out? Will fans see this as an essential part of the SAW legacy or does spiral simply spin in circles? Have a listen and f…
 
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