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Why do fans love some Rotten films and hate some Fresh ones? What did critics make of a cult classic before it earned its cult status? In this weekly podcast, hosts Jacqueline Coley, Mark Ellis, and guests go deep and settle the score on some of the most beloved – and despised – movies and TV shows ever made, directly taking on the statement we hear from so many fans: “Rotten Tomatoes is wrong.”
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
We are a movie-themed podcast! Each episode is filled with a dealer's choice of interviews with interesting actors, filmmakers and other guests as well as lengthy discussions of specific movies. Plus our own brand of ridiculous humor with conversations about trends in Hollywood and changes in the film industry.
 
This is a film podcast where we pick our favourite film topic, like a director, actor or genre, any subject related to film. Martin the host and Boaz or sometimes a guest, each pick a film to discuss from that topic. We discuss them in three different aspects of each film, Directing, screenplay and acting. Then we rank each aspect out of ten. Plus we pick our favourite shot or scenes, lines and performances. At the end we tally the points and see who wins.
 
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 Art of Film Funding Podcast is to educate and inform filmmakers. Author/Grantor Carole Dean interviews top professionals from the film industry for up-to-date information on film funding, production, marketing, and hybrid distribution. You will learn how to crowdfund, make an ask for funding, save money on your budgets, hear top attorneys discuss new US and state tax funding and stay abreast of current trends in the industry. Carole is President and Founder of From the Heart Productions, ...
 
Two friends talk about films old and new (but mostly old). Richard Di Gregorio is an award-winning filmmaker who also happens to watch films. Greg Ralph is a film watcher who also happens to...well, watch films. Together they are a couple of guys who love the movies. This podcast invites you to share that love and go back to favourite films - or those you never got round to seeing (like them).
 
We Need To Talk About Movies Podcast is a brand new movies and film discussion podcast. Join film enthusiasts Trev and Nath, for a light-hearted, humorous (and often absurd) chat about films, movies and cinema. Usually with spoilers, might we add! Its basically two blokes, good friends watching and discussing films they have watched, some good, some bad, some weird, some recommended by you. Occasionally Trev will also take a closer look into the film industry and history behind some of your ...
 
Tucked into a smokey back alley, into a secluded room of an illicit speakeasy filled with gambling, liqueur and podcasts! Come inside, sit down for a drink and join us while we discuss Film Noir of yesterday and Neo Noir's of today with your hosts Carly Street and Jason D. Morris Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/speakeasy-noircast/support
 
One is the father to a human boy. The other is the father to a parrot (possibly female). Together they discuss news, video games, and the latest developments in rice cooker technology (although rice cooker technology isn't that innovative so they don't discuss that much). Tune in for new episodes every Sunday where Jacob and James discuss whatever is on their minds that week. Email us at plotdogspodcast@gmail.com or find us on Instagram @plotdogspodcast
 
Death By DVD: When watching is never enough. We here at Death By DVD sit painfully through hours and hours of movies so you, the public, can make an informed decision of what you put in your ear holes and eye holes. Some of these films are good, some bad, and some even unmentionable; but ALL have one thing in common : Watching all of these movies will one day melt our brains into a sloppy wet mush. No need to thank us, we were already methodically destroying ourselves with cinema. At least t ...
 
Welcome to Feelin' Film. Aaron and Patrick embark on a quest to change the tone of film criticism, one movie review at a time. Discussion is family friendly and centered around positive takeaways and emotional experience more than technical merit. We believe that all art is worthy of some praise and every movie makes us feel something. Tune in and join the conversation.
 
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In this episode, we consider the 1996 cult classic 'Trainspotting', directed by Danny Boyle and starring Ewan McGregor. Our discussion consults the early writings of Emmanuel Levinas to offer an existential phenomenological analysis of addiction, before considering some of the more totalitarian aspects of the society depicted in the film with refer…
 
In 1943 Warsaw, a little Jewish girl is brought to the home of a Catholic woman who has offered to provide her a fake baptismal certificate so she could be safely settled with a Catholic family. Upon her arrival, though, the woman turns her away, saying it is against the principles of her religion to lie. This scenario sets up the events of Kieslow…
 
Our reviewers seek lockdown escapism through films based on Disneyland rides, despite the fact that one of them has never been on these rides. But they sidestep the obvious choice – as Richard was born on “Talk Like a Pirate Day” (and needs no encouragement to perform) and Greg’s afraid of Caribbean planks. The Haunted Mansion (2003) http://tinyurl…
 
One man, ah ah ah. Two man, ah ah ah, now join Brandon & Tyler as they discuss Carol Reed's 1949 Noir "The Third Man" ah ah ah Follow us on on Twitter, @FilmFoilPodcast, and Facebook Brandon’s Twitter: @BrandoV2 Tyler’s Twitter: @TylerJRinne Music - "Golden Sunrise" by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/ Elevator Music - "Local F…
 
On this episode we make another dream come true as we fulfill yet ANOTHER fan request! A fine fellow named Ryan S. e-mailed us, and he said: "Definitely a horror comedy film that doesn't get any publicity and is a bit of a hidden 80's gem is 'Munchies'. I think that would be a very good movie to cover for sure. Take care and best of luck fellas! Ke…
 
In Daniel Craig's third appearance in the role, James Bond and M defend against one of the best Bond villains ever, played by Javier Bardem. If you weren't excited for No Time to Die before, you will be after this! The next episode will be: Arrival (2016) Twitter: https://twitter.com/TJMpod Email: hello@theyrejustmovies.com Facebook: https://www.fa…
 
This week on the pod we are focusing our attention to a Shakespeare adaptation from Joel Coen, The Tragedy of Macbeth which will hit cinemas this week. So we will be picking our favourite Joel Coen film where he works with his brother Ethan. Warning we will be Talking SPOILERS. Martins pick for this week is quite frankly a modern classic, No Countr…
 
Episode 275: The Crew's shoplifting everything in sight while watching Todd Stephens’ Swan Song. Udo Kier delivers a wonderful performance, maybe the best performance of the year, as an aging gay man recapturing his former self. The story is heartbreaking with some funny moments, and the costumes and locations work well. This film could be a perfec…
 
In this episode, podcaster Steph McKenna joins us for a discussion on John Carpenter and Debra Hill's daddy of slasher films, Halloween. We go deep on Laurie Strode and the final girl, what makes Michael Myers so scary, the musical stylings of Mr. Carpenter and so much more. Produced and presented by Anna Bogutskaya *** Music: "Slasher" by Karl Cas…
 
Stephs vocal chords were cursed by a magical podcasting witch, Brayden loves Sex Education, Alex had a Birthday, Chris isn’t here and Michael is here! Topics discussed this episode: Netflix’s Sex Education Season 3, Quiet Place Pt 2, Ted Lasso, The Emmy’s, Mythic Quest, Only Murders In The Building, YOU, Game Night, Mission Impossible Fallout, Midn…
 
This week on Micro Queers, we're discussing Antonio Yee's 3 Versos (click the link to view the 11-minute short), in which a girl (Laura Mariscal) reaches a psychic (Edvan Galván) looking for help after a ghost besieges her home. Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Letterboxd and/or Facebook, or join the…
 
In this weeks episode of We Neeed To Talk About Movies Podcast, the UK's top film discussion podcast hosted by your unruly idiots Trev and Nath, its Nath's choice - and he has chosen the 1998 debut animation feature from Dreamworks Animation - Antz. This dark comedy action movie was only the second ever computer generated feature film to be release…
 
The eighteenth episode of the Catalyst and Witness podcast, devoted to exploring the films and format of the New York Film Festival, hosted by Ryan Swen. This covers the eighteenth edition of the festival in 1980, and features special guest Shawn Glinis, host of the Wiseman Podcast. 0:00-16:20 - Opening 16:21-55:27 - Part One 55:28-1:33:05 - Part T…
 
It's another jam-packed episode of FF+ this week. We've got a remake of a three-year old Danish film, a beloved stage musical adaptation, a potentially award-winning religious biopic, a prequel to an all-time great TV series, and a sci-fi series adaptation of a book long thought to be unfilmable. The Guilty - 01:20 Dear Evan Hansen - 14:43 The Eyes…
 
We're digging up and dusting off a late-'90s favorite beloved for its quick wit, terrifying villain, and charismatic lead in Brendan Fraser. So what did the critics miss? See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
 
Dan and Mike try to capture what made Norm the funniest person on the planet. It's not easy, but they get as close as they can to an answer concerning the "aura of Normness" that he created in his carefully-crafted persona. Please follow or subscribe to the show wherever you get your podcasts and on Twitter @15MinFilm and Facebook at Fifteen Minute…
 
As usual... this episode starts with our segment called Ask Women As Answered By Two Men. And it goes horribly wrong for one co-host. While the other one giggles we get back to the online arguments that we are comfortable with: movie trilogies of our own making. This month it was a combination of Sidney Lumet's 12 ANGRY MEN, Quentin Tarantino's THE…
 
In advance of its 20th anniversary, we're dipping into the beautiful, surreal world of David Lynch's Mulholland Drive (2001). In keeping with the film, the episode adopts a non-linear format as we track the Betty/Rita storyline, then double back to discuss Adam, before finally digging into the extra footage Lynch shot when the project switched from…
 
Benn and Jacob talk about the Disney+ original series, The Bad Batch, whilst also calling the new Spider-Man film by the wrong name. How delightful. Wolverine Teaser: 00:00-03:53. Spider-Man 2 Teaser: 03:54-05:26. Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer: 05:27-07:59. Hawkeye Trailer: 08:00-10:46. The Bad Batch (Non-Spoilers): 10:47-33:27. The Bad Batch (Sp…
 
Time for a football movie!! Friday Night Lights, the movie that is based on a Buzz Bissinger book, takes place in the 80s, directed by Peter Berg and ultimately spawned a great series, is the topic this week.. The guys talk about all of this plus what they have been watching lately. Darren explains his take away of the Lizabeth Salender books and w…
 
Inspired by Prano Bailey-Bond's horror film Censor, The Final Girls present a mini-series dedicated to unpicking some of the many layers of this film and why it stuck with us. In this final episode of the mini-series, we recorded the live conversation we had with director and co-writer Prano Bailey-Bond after a preview screening of Censor at the Pr…
 
Movie Meltdown - Episode 561 (For our Patreon "Horror Club") This outing we discuss Let Sleeping Corpses Lie or The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue or possibly Don't Open the Window… or some sort of ‘70s zombie movie. And while we question the competency of the police, we also bring up… Mom and Dad, Evil Genius, Sands of Oblivion, homicidal infant…
 
A handful of fantasy films in the 80's were a defining part of young movie lover's lives, and this film featuring a storybook world that made us think we could be part of it was certainly one of them. We are joined by returning guest Adam Rackoff this week to see just how well Atreyu's quest in Fantasia holds up through our adult eyes. * Note - ful…
 
No Time to Die is (allegedly) finally being released! To mark the occasion, we're marching on from the ending of Casino Royale and straight into the beginning of Quantum of Solace, the Bond movie that was infamously written on the fly thanks to the 2007 writers' strike. Will Sol stay true to his contrarian nature and actually like this one? Someone…
 
Latinx Heritage Month continues with guest curator Louis Fowler. This week, Jodorowsky's Dune. Freddy reviews Superhost for Straight-to-Video Russian Roulette. Brought to you ad-free by the Legion of Demons at patreon.com/notlp. Join the Legion to get more stuff at patreon.com/notlp! Our Beelzebub tier producers are: Alise Kombrinck Mark Watts Aman…
 
Episode 274: The Crew's downloading the blue shirt guy DLC while watching Shawn Levy’s Free Guy. The movie’s fun and fast paced, but also instantly forgettable. It’s Netflix fun! Ryan Reynolds is Ryan Reynolds, which is either good or bad, depending on your love of Reynolds. The Crew discusses… If you like our music intro, head over to Soundcloud a…
 
Today's Show brings new possibilities and "What If's?" for the world of cinema & Marvel! More updates on Nolan's Return, Info on if we could see Kingpin cameo in Hawkeye, & a supposed Zombie Avengers project in the works! Join Ryder & Vincent as they break down all the hottest news of the week!Support for Strictly Casual is brought to you by ​MANSC…
 
On this episode of DEATH BY DVD we fulfill a request from the audience. FADE TO BLACK (1980) is the topic of this blood soaked fan request, available NOW for your listening displeasure at www.deathbydvd.com EVERY EPISODE ALSO available to stream & download at https://listentodeathbydvd.transistor.fm/ YOU CAN ALSO FIND DEATH BY DVD EVERYWHERE PODCAS…
 
Part 2 of Quentin Tarantino's third film, Kill Bill Vol. 2 is less samurai and more Western than its predecessor. Uma Thurman and David Carradine star in this, one of James' favorite movies evaar! Get 30% off list price and 30% off onboarding at http://www.graphus.ai/linus Get Private Internet Access VPN and watch more movies today at https://lmg.g…
 
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, directed by Destin Daniel Cretton, was an unexpected surprise from Marvel. There were certainly formulaic elements that we've come to expect, but there was also some real homage here to the martial arts genre as a whole. The choreography is what really drove this home for us though, it was complex and beau…
 
A repost from our FEMALE MONSTERS series. In this episode, film critic Dr. Kelli Weston joins us for a deep, deep dive on the inimitable classic of horror cinema, Brian de Palma's Carrie (1976). We talk about the monstrous feminine, otherness, Sissy Spacek, period horror, who's the real villain in the film and so much more. Produced and presented b…
 
In this mini-episode, Mike and Dan talk about Godzilla vs. Kong (2021) and why it doesn't really work--despite Dan's being revved up and ready for raucous, ravaging reptiles. They also raise an old, off-the-air argument about Baby's Day Out and why good actors appear in bad movies. Caution: Dan sings several times. Please follow or subscribe to the…
 
In this Special episode of the Films I Own But Haven't Watched Yet, Trev watches the entire series of Star Trek TOS Motion Pictures for the first time and gives his impromptu first impressions... So join Trev as he joins Kirk (William Shatner), Spock (Leonard Nimoy), Bones McCoy (DeForest Kelley), Sulu (George Takai), Uhura (Nichelle Nichols), Chec…
 
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