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Best Tvfilm podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Tvfilm podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Created and produced by three best friends, Wishbonafide is a podcast that brings new life to the 90s children’s TV show “Wishbone" and humorously tackles the literary integrity and tween frame story of the original TV program. To check out more content, go to Wishbonafide.com.
 
Welcome to Boozy Movies: movie reviews with a little booze! Co-hosts Hannah & Julia get inebriated and opinionated by taking shots at one film, both literally and figuratively. Join us for new episodes, every Friday! Listen to Boozy Movies at BoozyMovies.com, Apple Podcasts, and anywhere else podcasts are found! Don’t forget to join the conversation in our FB group: Boozy Movies Drinking Buddies! Find us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter at boozymoviespod
 
Such Good Words is a comedy podcast where two friends discover and discuss Xena: Warrior Princess, the 90s hit television show, as they venture through the series as first time Xena viewers. Every other week, Dominique and Andrew talk you through each episode, covering the highlights, the goofs, the sociology of brarbrarian life, the perverse, the filth - ensuring that both new comers and die-hard fans of the series learn the ultimate Chakram toss tactics, and have a sticky, goof-soaked good ...
 
Strangers in Space: once a month, for sixty minutes*, J.R. Southall, Lee Rawlings, Simon Brett and Matt Barber talk about Doctor Who so you don't have to (*times may vary) Desert Planet Picks: once a week (or so), a special guest chooses the eight items they'd take with them, if they were about to be marooned on a desert planet Film Club: once a month, the Strangers in Space review and contextualise a popular movie Film Club International: once a month, (some of) the Strangers in Space revie ...
 
Ever wondered what would happen if Hardcore History covered Star Wars? If NPR covered Predator attacks? Welcome to Spec Media, a collection of the best podcasts from across the multiverse. Spec Media is unlike any podcast you’ve ever heard before...although it’s also exactly like podcasts you’ve heard before. We’re a parody podcast that spoofs popular podcasts by placing them in your favorite fictional universes.
 
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Hold on to your minling balls, because we're heading to Japanese-occupied Korea with return guest Jenny Nulf (check out our previous episode on Fatal Frame) to discuss Park Chan-wook’s masterful and twisty film The Handmaiden. After a brief history lesson, we dive right into this lengthy little film to marvel at how nothing in Park's semi-loose ada…
 
Grab your tiara, your emerald gown and your murder cape because it's prom season and the campaign to crown a Queen is vicious! Mary Lou Maloney is slaying the competition, bedding all of the boys and leaving her mark on the confessional wall...and on the stage. Joining the boys to discuss this Canadian slasher gem is Leigh Monson, who helps to unpa…
 
Here's a sneak peak at our all new full-length Patreon bonus episode on old lady possession film, The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014) by queer director Adam Robitel. Like what you hear? Head on over to www.patreon.com/horrorqueers and become a Patron for more exclusive bonus content today! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Courtney Hope Therond is an award-winning director whose films feature an unapologetically female perspective. She has screened short films at several film festivals and her latest short Rehearsal, which tackles the grey areas of consent, premiered online on Short of the Week and received a Vimeo Staff Pick after playing over a dozen festivals inte…
 
Ruh roh! In anticipation of Scoob! being released this weekend, we're having our first Horror Queers double feature with 1998's classic animated film Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island and its, like, totally meta 2019 sequel Scooby Doo! Return to Zombie Island. Joining us for this venture is Collider's Haleigh Foutch, who joins Trace in being a fellow Sco…
 
Happy Mother's Day, everyone! We're celebrating this sacred holiday with a discussion of booby horror and queer baby mama drama in Paul Solet's Grace! Joining us for the discussion is journalist and mother Anya Stanley, who brings some much-needed maternal instincts to the discussion. Fair warning, though: this is not a film to watch if you're alre…
 
In 1981, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg whipped up a weird Bible film where a surly, pedophile grave robber tries to beat the Nazis to gain possession of a chest that holds the remains of the Ted Commandments in order to speak directly to God. And it’s a kid’s movie! The first in the "Indiana Jones" film franchise, "Raiders of the Lost Ark" kick…
 
Sophie Max is an actress, writer and producer based in London and trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. She is the writer, executive producer and lead actress in the film The Whole Truth and previous film work includes writing and starring in the award-winning Callie. As an actress, Sophie has been seen across theatre and fi…
 
Just in time for its tenth anniversary, the boys head to Elm Street to revisit Platinum Dunes’ worst remake. This film is a disaster for several reasons: from its condensed production timeline to its unmemorable set pieces to its extremely miscast leading lady, Snoozey Mara (credit the Halloweenies podcast for that gem!). What's extra frustrating i…
 
While most of us are still on lockdown do to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, please enjoy this reposting of our episode on the original "Rocky" movie that aired in February 2018. Keating spends a few minutes up front updating you on how his quarantine has been going, and then at the very end, reveals what our newest episode will cover. Stay safe!…
 
The first (and possibly only genuine) companion death, a whodunit without a "who" (although it does feature two Doctors, one of which doesn't even bother to show up) and an alien world that was only conjured into being just in time to turn up on the telly; it's back to 1982 this week as the Strangers in Space podcast revisits the rudderless season …
 
With everybody else having won a quiz (except for JR, who sets the quiz), you'd think Matt would have an easy time of it in this last of the three preliminary heats. But oh no, it's not as simple as that; Matt still has competition, even if only of the virtual variety - so can he beat everybody else off and emerge triumphant?…
 
We're joining forces with Tyler Jensen and Roman Chimienti, the directors of the superb queer documentary Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street, in Phoenix Arizona (and later Orange Country, California) to discuss the "Other Side" in the 1986 sequel Poltergeist II: The Other Side! After spilling the tea on last year's live episode on A Nightmar…
 
The highest-grossing film of 1998 that was nominated for four Oscars (yes), “Armageddon,” makes its also-awful counterpart “Deep Impact” look like “Citizen Kane.” This explosion-(in space?)-filled blockbuster is another in the painful pop culture cancer filmographies of director Michael Bay and producer Jerry Bruckheimer that likes to remind its au…
 
For this episode, I got to speak with Melissa Center, an award-winning filmmaker & actress, and Tanny Jiraprapasuke, a mindful coach, practitioner, & scholar, who met by chance in Los Angeles, at the National Women’s Political Caucus Summer Spritz event. As women in support of other women: they discovered a mutual desire to shift the moral paradigm…
 
You didn't think we would let the co-creator/showrunner of The CW's Ringer (starring Sarah Michelle Gellar as twins!) and the co-writer of The Perfection (one of our absolute favorite films of last year) go without spilling the tea, did you?! Eric was kind enough to chat with us a little longer about the behind the scenes drama that allowed Ringer …
 
Grab your clear raincoat, your overnight bag and your reservation at Dorsia! The boys, along with special guest Eric Charmelo (co-creator/showrunner of The CW's Ringer and co-screenwriter of The Perfection) time travel back to the 80s to revisit Mary Harron's masterful satire of Wall Street capitalism and sociopathy just in time for its 20th annive…
 
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