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Hey Now! Hey Now! is the popular nostalgia podcast where two childhood friends discuss their favourite childhood movies. In each episode longtime BFFs, Emily Sandford and Barney Leigh choose a 90s or 00s classic that modern-day millennials can HARD relate to. Now THAT is What Dreams Are Made Of! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
After a much needed hiatus, Shut Up and Listen with Heather Matarazzo is finally back. Join Heather as she engages in intimate conversations with some people you may know and others you may not, but should. Regardless of where the conversation veers, one thing stays consistent; authentic and enlightening conversation that will stay with you throughout the week. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shutupandlistenwithhm/support
 
It's a ROM-COM recap like you've never heard before. Let's face it, we've all attempted to recreate pieces of romantic comedies into our own lives, sometimes unknowingly. They bring a sense of nostalgia, and you can't help but romanticize these boy meets girl scenarios...but we're about to bring you the good, the bad, and the ugly truth. Get in your comfy pants and grab your favorite cocktail with ROM-COMEDIANS Abbey Finch (@abbeyfinch) and Jenny Jennings (@_jennyjennings) for a new episode ...
 
SWAMP: Some Whack Ass Movie Podcasting. The brilliant, dazzling, and entirely unqualified Emily and Dara will talk your ear off each week about a different movie. Movies they love, movies they hate, and sometimes movies they love to hate, and hate to love. Pour yourself a drink, grab a carb-based snack, and tune in to hear some hot takes on all things movies.
 
I Love This, You Should Too is a podcast about sharing the things you like with the people you love, regardless of how terrible you think their taste may be. Hosts Indy Randhawa and Samantha Hees take turns introducing the other to beloved movies and other pieces of pop culture, and try to convince them that they should love it too. Sometimes they agree, sometimes they argue, but either way, they still have to live together. I love this, You should too! is a proud member of the Alberta Podca ...
 
Discover New TV shows, Movies, Comics and Books that will give us common ground and bring us together by slowing down to appreciate each other's fandoms. You Might think that we’re living in a Golden Age of TV, Movies, Comics and Books, but sometimes it feels like we have to jump from fandom to fandom so quickly that we don’t even get to understand why we should like something, which means that we often miss out on something that could become a new favorite But if we take a minute to slow do ...
 
“Matt and Greg Used to Interview Movie Stars” takes you back to the '90s, and places you at roundtable junket interviews with the biggest movie stars in the world. You’ll hear fantastic stories from these stars and directors, many of whom are no longer with us, to learn all about the movies that they were there to promote, and also about their own lives and careers.
 
Jessie Pray and Andie Cassette team up each week to tell stories of love and relationships gone fatally wrong. This show is all about seemingly normal people driven to terrible madness by passion and rage. Hang out with your new best friends each week to discover how someone can go from sweet to murderous in the blink of an eye, and to hear all the ways murder can give love a real bad name.
 
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"You try living for 15 years thinking that you're one person, and then in five minutes, you find out you're a princess. Just in case I wasn't enough of a freak already, let's add a tiara!” THE PRINCESS DIARIES is turning 20 and we're here to celebrate. Let's talk about etiquette, the ultimate BFF Lilly Moscovitz, the unbridled star power of Anne Ha…
 
Hiromu Nagahara talks about Princess Mako's engagement and upcoming move to New York and the split in Japanese public opinion, between nationalists, who are angry, and normal people, who don't care. Ollie pays close attention to the head chopping facilities list on this week's cruise recommendation. Bobby does NOT like that thing that you all like.…
 
Our C2R Cruel Summer Series sadly must come to an end this week with an early-2000s Disney flick. Once upon a time 20 years ago, a Teen Queen Beas watched The Princess Diaries, a movie that, over the course of two decades, would transform from a guilty pleasure watched behind closed doors into a shared favorite with her college gal pals. Mia, an aw…
 
Ollie's going to eat both of those pizzas by himself, but HEY, it's his birthday. Bobby looks at the river cruise unions ALLS-WELL-THAT-ENDS-WELL philosophy. Topics discussed on this episode range from: The "rulebook for integration" in Japan, and why it's never been properly translated. The actual rulebooks that are actually made in an attempt to …
 
"High school's just a bunch of scared people pretending to be something they're not." You asked and we delivered. This week we're talking about the remake/reboot of an all-time teen classic, Netflix's HE'S ALL THAT! BJ short circuits a bit trying to express why she enjoys this movie, Harmony gives praise to blatant product placement, and together t…
 
There is a magical age, somewhere between eight and twelve, where young people’s wonder at the natural world can be galvanized into meaningful engagement with the threats and challenges that humans bring to bear on nature. It is within this window that the right book at the right time can help a young person make sense of the big feelings that come…
 
In today's episode, a Post-Katrina New Orleans love story turns into a tragic story about tragic relationships. A quintessential Love Murder story about trauma, the failure of mental health support systems, and what happens when otherwise normal people snap. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Things are getting spooookkkkyyyy on this episode as the girls' tease some upcoming Halloween specials segments! They're giggly, goofy, and full of tequila because they recorded this 3 margaritas in. There's LOTS of Hot Gosling this week and the topics all eluded to the people loving love. This week's romcom is Failure To Launch with our boy Matthe…
 
It's my birthday! So, of course I want to talk about my favorite movie. But I couldn't possibly put myself under the spotlight, so I have a film critic/box office guru and writer for forbes.com, Scott Mendelson on to discuss the film. We talk about the state of the movie economy and a lot about box office numbers before diving into The Silence of t…
 
This week we’re covering Tim Burton’s ghost with the most: Beetlejuice! We discuss its themes of acceptance, regaining innocence, unique blend of horror and comedy, reverse haunting, great performances, and more! Beetlejuice is a 1988 American horror comedy film directed by Tim Burton, produced by The Geffen Company, and distributed by Warner Bros.…
 
Episode 185 - James and the Giant Peach (1996) Continuing on with the Henry Selick series, it's his second film as well as the second time we are covering an adaptation of a Roald Dahl property! Join Rob, Zack, and Ben as they discuss one of the greatest cinematic showdowns: Mecha-Shark vs. Giant Peach. Did we record this episode inside a peach? Wa…
 
We are delighted to announce that our nostalgic gift card & wrapping paper collection is officially LIVE! You can browse the full range, in collaboration with Zoe Spry here: https://www.zoespry.com/copy-of-greetings-cards Hurry! The Julie Andrews one is selling out in Genovia 💕🍐😉 *Sigh* Ok, fine. ATTENTION, ALL FAIRYTALE THINGS and podcast listener…
 
While my first episode covered JAWS, this is a special episode and I needed a special guest! Local Martha's Vineyard resident and free lance horror writer, Azi joins the show to talk all things JAWS. She tells about being a child and seeing Bruce for the first time and has plenty of other tidbits to share as well. She also answers questions from th…
 
Selena Hoy, outreach director from Suicide Prevention Lifeline, TELL, stops by to talk about the different cultural approaches to managing mental health, and why English-speakers in Japan can benefit from a service like TELL, in one of the rare episodes where we ask you to support something that ISN'T our riverboat. Ollie recommends a cruise that m…
 
Do you believe in the term, "the one"? This week is all about the 2009 indie rom com, (500) Days of Summer. We dive into why putting so much expectation on a relationship can be harmful. We discuss why living your life in value can align you with things that are meant for you. And do women "settle" more than men? Subscribe - rate - review because T…
 
Continuing Gaslight, Gatekeep, Girlboss month with this epic tale of sports, American history, and Geena Davis's stunningly perfect face. We are joined by guest Nikola Dion this week! Check us out on Instagram and Twitter @theswamppod TikTok @theswamppodcast our official website theswamppodcast.com or even send us an email at theswamppod@gmail.com…
 
I am joined by Shane and DeVaughn to talk about the Quentin Tarantino epic, Kill Bill. We all tell about we first saw the film, or in my case, how I missed out on seeing it. We discuss possible sequel ideas and throw out some names for a (hopefully not) possible remake. Find the Good Game Guys wherever you get your podcasts and be sure to follow th…
 
This week. Indy recommends Kurt Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle and may convert to Bokononism, Sam does some drunk yachting with Below Deck, and we preview next week’s feature; Beetlejuice. Cat's Cradle is a satirical postmodern novel, with science fiction elements, by American writer Kurt Vonnegut. Vonnegut's fourth novel, it was first published in 1963, …
 
Episode 184 - The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) Finally, the 2001 Fortyear has been finished, and we can start a new series! What better way to celebrate than to discuss a movie from 1993, and especially one from such a great director. That's right, since we covered "Monkeybone" back in March, we are now finishing the movies of Henry Selick! Ki…
 
Tucky Williams returns to the show and she brings it! We talk about Snow White and Sex Tapes aka the true story of the original Fight Club. No, we're actually talking about the 90's thriller starring Rob Lowe and James Spader, Bad Influence. But it's all there. Tucky also tells us about a Jared Leto universe and even has a Chuck Palahniuk story. An…
 
"There are no happy endings because nothing ends." We're back with another animated favorite, this time diving into the fantastical world of 1982's THE LAST UNICORN. Stacked trees, drunk skeletons, and a the relationship between queer audiences and animation are all discussed, with interludes of Harmony randomly singing the theme song. ----- Articl…
 
He's All That was well...not all that. Starring TikTok it girl, Addison Rae as the lead in this Netflix RomCom that takes on a reimagined gender swapped version of "She's All That". Abbey complains about a dating app convo pet peeve. Jenny explains how she misses the times when social media wasn't so in your face in a movie. The girls agree that th…
 
I am wrapping up the Best Month Ever on the show as the last remaining member of the Best Film Ever podcast, Georgia joins the show. We talk about the 1987 fantasy adventure film, The Princess Bride. Georgia also tells us about the book upon which the film is based and comes prepared with a fantastic cast for a remake. Follow Best Film Ever at link…
 
We’re heading back to high school, so remember to Save The Last Dance! We discuss the quality of the ballet performances, dance doubles, hip-hop, Julia Stiles' acting, Kerry Washington’s charisma, a surprising divergence into 10 year old Indy’s love of Onyx. Just in case you thought we could just enjoy this teen movie without getting into white pri…
 
Ali discusses her absolute favorite anime based on the popular manga series by Natsuki Takaya, Fruits Basket, for this special 150th episode of the podcast! Having first been introduced to the manga when she was in middle school, Ali reminisces about falling in love with the characters (in particular, Kyo Soma) and fangirling with her friends, cous…
 
Episode 183 - Jeepers Creepers (2001) & Jeepers Creepers 2 (2003) It is here, the end of the 2001 Fortyear! Curated by Zack, what better way to bring it all to an end than by having Rob invite our good friend L'Juan, from LJ's Garage, to discuss the genre of horror as a whole. Zack & L'Juan gravitate towards each other while Rob eagerly awaits the …
 
An hour-long celebration of JBRC's 97th episode! We take a moment to catch up and make sure Ollie is actually surviving, roast some headlines, and have an extremely rare discussion about some things we love about life in Japan. Ollie recommends a river cruise that thinks you should quit nursing that beer, pussy. Bobby tells a group of people how th…
 
"I'm sorry that people are so jealous of me... but I can't help it that I'm so popular." This Ends at Prom is officially a year old, and to celebrate we're talking about the most requested movie--MEAN GIRLS (2004). Is Janis Ian the true villain? Is Regina George actually a closeted lesbian? All of these questions and more answered in a must-listen …
 
When a minister’s wife's suspicious death is ruled a suicide; her family mounts an arduous search for the truth, and ultimately, justice. Tune in to hear about your new fave reboot of Charlie’s Angels and tips to avoid riddling the family computer with pop-up porn! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
We're back with another classic 90's film, She's All That. We kick things off with our kiss in the rain's and canceled wedding's for the week - followed by Hot Gosling. We discuss the iconic scenes of the movie while sharing a time we felt like we needed to change ourselves in order to fit in with a group (similar to Rachael Leigh Cook's character)…
 
Wildcats, get your head in the game! Join us this week as we end musical month with THE musical, High School Musical. Additionally, apologies here for the washing machine beeping noises and dog barking/panting. It was an audio struggle week. Peep us on Instagram and Twitter @theswamppod TikTok @theswamppodcast our official website theswamppodcast.c…
 
BEST MONTH EVER continues as Ellie joins the show and talks about why she absolutely loves Bridget Jones' Diary. We, of course, talk about the sequels that exist, the long rumored sequel and what she would have wanted in a sequel way back when. Then, we get to the recasting part and Ellie has some good options, so don't miss out. Find Best Film Eve…
 
Samantha reads the true crime memoir My Friend Anna by Rachel DeLoache Williams, Indy takes a mystical journey to the kingdom of cats with Studio Ghibli’s The Cat Returns (猫の恩返し), and we preview next week’s feature the dance classic(?) Save The Last Dance. The Cat Returns is a 2002 Japanese animated fantasy[3] film directed by Hiroyuki Morita, prod…
 
Episode 182 - American Pie (1999) & American Pie 2 (2001) We started with some raunchy teen comedies at the start of this 2001 Fortyear, so what better way than to revisit the most influential one of all in this penultimate episode of the series? Join Rob and Zack as they discuss the state of raunchy sex comedies since the early 2000's, Euphoria, T…
 
After the unprecedented rain and landslides in western Japan, disaster sociologist Dr. Wes Cheek talks about the country's future, and how facing the climate crisis may require never-before-seen levels of "shikata-ga-nai." Ollie recommends a climate change simulating cruise that is ALREADY behind the times. Bobby throws some classic comedic misdire…
 
"You know what wakes me up in the middle of the night covered in a cold sweat? Knowing that you aren't any worse than anyone else in your whole screwed up generation." Teen girl movies aren't always bubblegum pop and we're remembering that with the "Tarantino for Teens" classic, 1999's GO with the help of our dear podcast Daddy, Alex Steed of You A…
 
After a horrifying double murder, the family suspects that they know who may be responsible. But when the authorities get nowhere, it falls to a young rookie PI to go undercover and catch a killer. Tune in to find out why you should double check the source before you engage in revenge-killing and why you should probably wait until you’ve at least b…
 
Who wants to be 17 AGAIN?! Well, Chandler Bing aka Matthew Perry did and honestly we don't blame him, because his version of 17 is Zac Efron! Hello HAWWWT! The gals talk how living in the past can really affect your present and future, and the way nostalgia affects your brain both positively and negatively. They dive into why Leslie Mann is simply …
 
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