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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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Millions of Screens, IndieWire’s brand new TV podcast, provides an inside look at the TV industry, sharing conversations based in IndieWire’s original reporting, breaking down that ever-elusive Hollywood buzz about town, and highlighting thoughtful analysis of the best and most impactful series you’re watching right now. Hosted by TV Awards Editor Libby Hill, TV Deputy Editor Ben Travers, and Creative Producer Leo Garcia.
 
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 ...
 
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: spookfactorypodcast@gmail.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.
 
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One of AYCH's favorite games is back for round two, it's the LETTERBOXD GAME! Once again, the Lads must try to guess the correct movie based off good and bad reviews but the competition this time is stiff as special guests Cannon and Justin are playing to win big! Find out who takes the title of Letterboxd champ and who is forced to pay the penalty…
 
Episode 005: On 2021's first recorded episode of Large Popcorn, guest Jackson Wells virtually joins Cristian all the way from the great, white north to talk what four movies grace the spots of their Letterboxd profiles. This week's movie news includes: Roger Deakins being knighted, Chloe Zhao's Eternals script, Michael B. Jordan in the director's c…
 
This week, we're joined by KT Jean to chat about Brenda Chapman and her 1998 debut, The Prince of Egypt. We talk a bit about Chapman's co-directors Steve Hickner and Simon Wells, the death of traditional animation at DreamWorks, our secular perspectives on this story's theology, Chapman's career since The Prince of Egypt, and much more. You can ren…
 
On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Libby, Ben, and Leo dig into some predictions for this Sunday's Golden Globes, but not before discussing the L.A. Times' reporting about just how corrupt (not to mention white) the 87-member H.F.P.A. happens to be. From paid trips to France to visit the set of multiple nominee 'Emily in Paris' to shock…
 
Episode 008: Get ready for the most laid back and comfortable episode of Large Popcorn yet as Ruben Guerrero from The Penultimate Conquest joins to gush over Disney's Tron: Legacy. We also polled our listeners to ask whether or not they thought this sequel film was a good movie. Get ready to enter the grid! Reel Round-Up items include: New films re…
 
It's been a long while since I was contacted about possible interviews, probably because there has been a lot going in the world or more than likely, I've been too busy to reply every single one. Well here are two I simply did not want to pass up because I thoroughly enjoyed the films we discuss. First up, as you heard during Episode 185, I sang th…
 
Chicago filmmaker and friend Sean Pierce returns to the podcast to discuss a Swedish director unlike any other. His choice was Roy Andersson and after seeing the majority of his work, I now understand why there is so much acclaim. It’s pretty much nothing but praise all-around particularly for a film that he made early in his career which will also…
 
In this episode, Charles (@charlesrockhill) and Christopher (@chrisopotamia) discuss Spiral (2019), secret families, Cookie Monster, and being more gay than Australian. Follow us: Socials & Email dirtylittlehorrorpodcast@gmail.com Please leave a rating/review if you have a moment. It's a free way to help the show grow! Dirty Little Horror is an LGB…
 
It's finally here, the 200TH EPISODE of All You Can Hear!The Lads celebrate their podcast bicentennial with an easygoing banter session talking about the hilariously low standards for professionalism, content creation, future goals for the show, gamer crimes, and their sheer amazement of making it this far! -----------------------------------------…
 
This week, we're joined by Jesse Webber, co-host of Cannes I Kick It, to chat about Kelly Reichardt and her 1994 debut, River of Grass. We talk about how it plants the seeds for the rest of her career, the inescapability of Reichardt's landscapes, discuss our mutually minimal connections to Florida, and go off-topic quite a bit. You can stream Rive…
 
On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo go long on what is holding 'WandaVision' back as a television series. From the lack of natural in-episode arcs to mid-episode abandonment of the various sitcom tropes, why is it that a show so intrinsically linked to the history of television still feels like a movie chopped up at t…
 
Episode 007: On today's episode of Large Popcorn, Cristian is joined by film student Benjamin Weeks from South Carolina to talk about all things A24: from their history with the studio to forthcoming projects as well as their current top 5 A24 films. It's a doozy of a show! Reel Round-Up items include: Willy Wonka prequel with Paddington director a…
 
In this episode, Charles (@charlesrockhill) and Christopher (@chrisopotamia) discuss My Bloody Valentine (1981), favorite Ru girls, police corruption, and how much masturbation is too much masturbation? Follow us: Socials & Email dirtylittlehorrorpodcast@gmail.com Please leave a rating/review if you have a moment. It's a free way to help the show g…
 
The Lads' are trying something new this week, they are putting their wit, imagination, & teamwork to the test as they try to think their way out randomly selected ESCAPE ROOM SCENARIOS! But that's not the only challenge, they must plan their escape while attempting to beat the clock! Can the AYCH boys get out of a vampire masquerade, a zombie apoca…
 
This week, we're joined by Benjamin Cole to talk Hereditary, Ari Aster's 2018 feature debut. We talk about Aster's short films, Satanic Panic, Freud's The Uncanny, and how we find relief after surviving the unimaginable - among other things. Content Warning: this episode was a blast for us to record, but we do speak frankly, comfortably and specifi…
 
On this week’s Super Bowl super clicker episode, Ben, Libby, and Leo discuss this past weekend’s Super Bowl ratings, which were the lowest since 2007 (when Ben & Libby’s Chicago Bears lost to the Indianapolis Colts). Additionally, the group discusses CBS’ onslaught of ads for Paramount+ before delving into a spoiler-free (though not opinion-free) c…
 
It's been years in the making and it's finally here, the first episode of the first spin-off in AYCH history: CAGING GREATNESS!Join friend of the show, Justin, as he leads the Lads through the amazing and outrageous world of his favorite actor, Nicolas Cage! Learn about the stunningly true tales of the memetic star, his large body of work, and what…
 
Today's episode of Large Popcorn is a very exciting interview with Canadian student/director, Palmer Wells, and actor/streamer Austin Rubio, about what it was like to work on their debut film, A Sadness I Chose (Wells, 2020) Reel Round-Up items on the show include: Wonder Woman 1984's potential Oscar's campaign, Darren Aronofsky's new film with Bre…
 
In this episode, Charles (@charlesrockhill) and Christopher (@chrisopotamia) discuss Eyes Without A Face (1960), places raisins DON'T belong, pop star sex toys, and misleading film scores. Follow us: Socials & Email dirtylittlehorrorpodcast@gmail.com Please leave a rating/review if you have a moment. It's a free way to help the show grow! Dirty Lit…
 
(Quick announcement: we release on Fridays now! I took a job at the beginning of 2021 that I am very passionate about, and it means I have a bit less time during the day to edit. Having the extra few days is a big help!) Alexi Stewart returns to talk about Little Woods, the feature debut of Nia DaCosta. We talk about how poverty is portrayed onscre…
 
On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo work through the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's nominations for this year's Golden Globes, a list of nominees that has been lambasted within the industry for the glaring omission of shows like HBO's 'I May Destroy You.' Why do we still care about the Golden Globes when their …
 
This week, AYCH is talking about some of their favorite albums in a roundtable discussion about music! Each of the Lads has brought an album of their picking to the table and you get an taste of the wide and, let's say, unique, musical tastes of the All You Can Hear crew!From metal, to pop, to country folk, and beyond, it's 90 minutes of music base…
 
In this episode, Charles (@charlesrockhill) and Christopher (@chrisopotamia) discuss Anything For Jackson (2020), Tinder, annoying neighbors, and how to tell a devil worshiper from their comb-over. Follow us: Socials & Email dirtylittlehorrorpodcast@gmail.com Please leave a rating/review if you have a moment. It's a free way to help the show grow! …
 
The Fast & Furious Files are back! Jon and Pat return with their breakdown of the biggest movie in the series to date: FAST FIVE!The Lads not only assert that Fast Five is the craziest heist film ever made but also that The Rock is the sweatiest man alive, the movie is a new gay cinema classic, and how the plot is actually a himbo religious allegor…
 
On this week’s episode, Libby, Leo, and Ben dissect the nominations announced by Film Independent for the 36th Independent Spirit Awards, the first to celebrate television. Among the nominees: HBO’s ‘I May Destory You,’ Apple TV+’s ‘Little America,’ and Amazon’s collection of five films ‘Small Axe.’ Additionally, Ben and Libby tell Leo about the mo…
 
This week we're joined by Justin Crawford-Clavery to talk about One Night in Miami, the feature debut of Regina King which debuted on Amazon Prime earlier this month. We talk about previous portrayals of Malcolm X and Muhammed Ali, adapting plays for film, how we would change the audition process in America, and the art of taking your time - among …
 
This week's show sees The Penultimate Conquest Podcast's Ryan Smith join Cristian to discuss their history with anime, both shows and films, as well as their favorite anime movies and how those have impacted their lives, respectively. Reel Round-Up items on today's show include: a new character in the Sonic sequel, another Dune delay?, and the marg…
 
Henry and Keenan are back, and ready to talk your ears off about Friday the 13th Part 2. Is it better than the first film? Listen in to find out! Also listen in to hear discussions about scary rats, toilets, mysterious severed heads, and the two most wholesome characters in the entire series.Letterboxd: letterboxd.com/spookfactoryEmail: spookfactor…
 
In this episode, Charles (@charlesrockhill) and Christopher (@chrisopotamia) discuss May (2002), care packages, good legs, and the perfection of Anna Faris. Follow us: Socials & Email dirtylittlehorrorpodcast@gmail.com Please leave a rating/review if you have a moment. It's a free way to help the show grow! Dirty Little Horror is an LGBT Horror pod…
 
The Lads are itching to play another game and this time it's the third round of TWENTY QUESTIONS! Settle in for what may be the most confounding, the most explosive, and most infuriating edition of Twenty Questions to date! Will the boys even want to play the game again after this week? Take a listen and find out for yourself!----------------------…
 
It's time for the first anime review of 2021 and All You Can Hear has six brand new series to talk about in the WINTER ANIME REVIEW! With magicians, spiders, skateboarders, and mysteries on deck, this season has a lot of potential but which of the bunch ranks among the worst the boys has ever reviewed and see if a certain fan favorite newcomer meas…
 
On this week’s episode, Ben, Libby, and Leo talk through their thoughts on the first several episodes of “WandaVision”, the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first foray on Disney+. Should the limited series have been dropped all at once, as was originally intended? Will it continue to give Wanda’s trauma short shrift? Additionally, Ben and Libby talk th…
 
Episode 003: Guest Spencer Lane joins Cristian to tackle a close reading of Clint Eastwood's 1992 film 'Unforgiven' in this quieter, introspective episode of Large Popcorn. We also talk about the new films added to the National Film Registry, the cultural importance of Shrek, and Spencer's paper on 'Mulholland Drive.' 00:00:00 - show start 00:02:30…
 
Episode 184 (technically episode 276 if you count bonus episodes) consists of something special - something we’ve never done before in the history of this show. A collaborative top ten list curated by the two individuals that started this show a decade ago. Normally, we fight and bicker but there’s just a little bit of that this time. Patrick Ripol…
 
This week we're joined by Chris Falcioni to talk about Aardman Animations' Chicken Run, the 2000 feature debut of Peter Lord and Nick Park. We talk about the early days of DreamWorks Animation, the expressiveness of characters in various forms of animation and puppetry, The Mel Gibson Of It All, and the forthcoming Chicken Run 2 - among many, many …
 
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