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Kidflix is the podcast where adults try to definitively rank every kids movie ever made! From the greatest cinematic triumphs to the crappiest direct-to-video sequels, we'll watch everything that can technically be classified as kids entertainment! This podcast is not for children. There are naughty words and immature adults. Also not affiliated with Netflix. Hosted by @misterweisman.
 
The web's longest-running Disney podcast, from the creator of 'The Thinking Fan's Guide to Disney' book series. Fun and thoughtful discussion about theme parks (Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Tokyo, Shanghai, Hong Kong & Paris), movies, music, Broadway, corporate Mouse House, and beyond. Get ready for countdowns, trip reports, in-park audio, music montages, Disney history lessons, celebrity interviews, in-depth analysis, and much more. Host Aaron Wallace is a bestselling author, entertainmen ...
 
Book Vs. Movie is the podcast that asks the questions "Which was better...the book or the movie?" Spoiler Alert! We give away the main details, uncover the plot points, discuss casting choices and shower with praise (or pummel with snark) as we see fit. Hosts are Margo P. (She's Nacho Mama's Blog) and Margo D. (Creator of Brooklyn Fit Chick.com) and we are not afraid to tell it like it is!
 
WHAT'S YOUR FAVOURITE 80/90s KIDS FILM??? Chances are, you haven't seen them since childhood.... In Bad Nostalgia we revisit the iconic films of our childhood and discover how creepy they actually are!! Be it Mrs Doubtfire - for its story of the creepy cross dressing father baby sitter OR Home Alone - for its toddler torturer nightmare tale. Every episode is hosted by comedians Lewis Charlesworth and Pete Phillipson, with us giving the film a rating at the end of each episode.
 
Mancow Muller legendary radio and TV personality weighs in on the world's events. Listen to the replays here of the Mancow Monday's Live podcast, covering religion, politics, sex, race, and all of the things your mother told you to never, ever talk about. "The Cow is Now" on your favorite live streaming platform at Mancow.net Live on Monday nights at 8PM Eastern/7PM Central ( 5PM for those of you trapped in the People's Republic of California)
 
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On this episode of Doing Disney, we use the famous traveling spell and revisit the 1971 Disney film Bedknobs and Broomsticks. I'm joined by special guest Dylan Lewis as we discuss the joys of strolling down Portobello Road, the effective use of animation combined with live action performances and the subtle British humour throughout the film. Follo…
 
Thanks for returning for the conclusion of our coverage of 'The Legend of the Christmas Witch'! In this episode, we discuss what makes the director, Michele Soavi, a filmmaking legend (hint: it's not what you're thinking...unless, you're thinking, 'Wait, didn't Soavi direct a lot of awesome horror movies?' In that case, it's exactly what you're thi…
 
Book Vs. Movie Hunt for the Wilderpeople Barry Crump’s 1986 Novella Vs the Taika Waititi 2016 Film The Margos search for their inner Kiwi in this examination of one of the most creators from New Zealand--writer Barry Crump and filmmaker Taika Waititi. The 2016 film Hunt for the Wilderpeople is an adaptation by Waititi of Crump’s novella Wild Pork a…
 
Book Vs. Movie The Lost Daughter The 2008 Novel by Elena Ferrante Vs the 2021 Maggie Gyllenhaal Directorial & Screenplay Debut The Margos are up for a psychological drama and wow--does The Lost Daughter deliver! The movie is the writing & directing debut of actor Maggie Gyllenhaal who tells the story of Leda Caruso (played by the amazing Olivia Col…
 
It's the first ever Doing Disney Fastplay Five, where we are counting down our favourite villain songs. I'm joined by special guests Caleb Boatman and Kaleb Koho as we discuss what makes a good villain song, celebrate some truly despicable characters and one interesting choice is described as the Disney version of 8 Mile. Follow Doing Disney at Fac…
 
Bah-da-ba-ba-ba! On today’s episode, guest Shannon Hutchinson (Electric Jesus, Atlanta actor) and Ross (@MisterWeisman) taste test McDonald’s happy meals! The two also discuss moving during a pandemic, Seussical the Musical, and toys. Plus, we don’t know anything about the Sing franchise! Follow Kidflix on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @kidflixp…
 
Book Vs. Movie: Heart of Darkness & Apocalypse Now The Joseph Conrad Classic Novel Vs the Francis Ford Coppola Classic Film The Margos are going to talk about the multiple “horrors” of the 1899 Joseph Conrad novel Heart of Darkness and the 1979 Apocalypse Now film directed by Francis Ford Coppola which are both considered classics of their genre. T…
 
We celebrated the holidays by watching Michele Soavi's "The Legend of the Christmas Witch" (aka "La Befana Vien di Notte") from 2018. The movie is about La Befana, who Jane covered in 'Minisode 3: La Befana and Lil BUB', who spends her days as the school teacher, Paola. When a child whose present arrived late, grows into a toy making evil genius an…
 
Book Vs. Movie: The Phantom Tollbooth The 1961Classic Children’s Novel Vs the 1970 Chuck Jones-Directed Movie The Margos are heading back to the world of Children’s literature with The Phantom Tollbooth by author Norton Juster and illustrations by Jules Feiffer which was first published in 1961. The story of a bored young boy named Milo who finds a…
 
Christmas came late this year! On today’s episode, the d00ds from Rotten Treasure (check out their podcast and Patreon) join Ross (@MisterWeisman) to discuss the third entry into the Santa Clause franchise! They also gush about Martin Short, unenthusiastic child actors, and forcing your partner to watch a movie for a podcast with you. Plus, Ross le…
 
It's an early Christmas present, as this weeks episode of Doing Disney takes a deep dive into the holiday classic The Nightmare Before Christmas. I'm joined by special guest Nazario Montenegro as we discuss why this might be the most distinct Tim Burton film, just what was Oogie Boogie's master plan and how difficult it is just to pick one favourit…
 
We review The National Theatre's new Christmas musical, Hex, a new take on the Sleeping Beauty fair tale starring Rosalie Craig, and we finally get round to seeing Dear Evan Hansen; but wa it worth the wait? Listen to episode 71 now to find out. Plus, we talk about the new movie version of West Side Story and a Top Tip to look forward to in 2022. -…
 
Book Vs. Movie: Hercule Poirot’s Christmas Agatha Christie’s Holiday Mystery Vs the David Suchet “Poirot” TV Series The Margos return to Agatha Christie and one of her most famous detectives with Hercule Poirot’s Christmas which was originally released in 1938. The “locked room mystery” is one of her most well-loved stories. This being the holiday …
 
It’s beginning to look a lot like Kidflix… On today’s loopy episode, guest Michael Bateman (check out Michael’s design website!) and Ross (@MisterWeisman) break down the Christmas classic, The Year Without A Santa Claus! The two also discuss Love Actually, small replicas of Noah’s Ark, and the religiousness of the Peanuts. Plus, Ross has two glasse…
 
Book Vs. Movie: The Year Without a Santa Clause The Rankin/Bass 1974 Classic Special Based on a Light Verse Book For many 70s kids, the Rankin/Bass specials with their catchy music and stop motion animation were high art. From Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer to Santa Clause is Coming to Town their specials garnered big ratings and helped popularize …
 
We're back, baby! And it looks like we're just in time to vote for Top Boy! We're finally introduced to Theo, Nick gets a little head, Lilith is finally running the show (at Baxter High), and Roz and Harvey are finally getting close...wait, wut? Linda talks about her lifelong dream of being able to turn into a pile of rats and Jane coins a new phra…
 
It's the inaugural episode and what better way to start than taking it all the way back to Greek mythology to discuss Hercules! I'm joined by this week's special guest Michael Campbell as we discuss the cuteness of baby pegasus, the effective use of humour and why Megara might be the ultimate Femme Fatale. Follow Doing Disney at Facebook: https://f…
 
Book Vs. Movie: The Bishop’s Wife The 1928 novel by Robert Nathan Vs the 1947 Classic Cary Grant Film It’s December at Book vs Movie and we are excited about covering holiday-themed films including this selection--The Bishop’s Wife. The original novella was written by Robert Nathan in 1928 is the story of a preacher, Henry Boughman, who dreams of b…
 
Gobble gobble, bitches! On today’s episode, guest Erin Dohony (@ObiWanDohony) and Ross (@MisterWeisman) chat about the recent Disney release, Jungle Cruise! The two also dish on extensive lore, the insane cast roster of this movie, and breaking down some magic moon logic. Plus, relatively good gay stuff! Follow Kidflix on Twitter, Facebook, and Ins…
 
Book Vs. Movie: Bedknobs and Broomsticks The Marty Norton Novels During WW2 Vs the 1971 Groovy Disney Film The Margos are closing out our “Month of Disney” with the 50th Anniversary of Bedknobs and Broomsticks a partly animated film that is based on the wonderful stories by Mary Norton. An English writer of children’s books and was best known for t…
 
Three great shows to review in this episode. The hilarious Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of) which has just opened at The Criterion Theatre; The Shark Is Broken, the story behind the tumultuous film shoot of the movie Jaws; and cult musical Heathers. We also have a Top Tip from the Southwark Playhouse, seat recommendations for new musical The Drifter…
 
Book Vs. Movie: Pinocchio The Italian Children’s Novel Vs the 1940 Animated Film The Margos are feeling very Italian in this episode devoted to the famous story about a marionette who wishes to be a real boy when he grows up. The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi was originally published in a series of magazine articles in 1881. When it was …
 
CW: discussion of spousal abuse Doo top! On today’s episode, guest Johnnie Michael (@JohnnieMichaelComedy) and Ross (@MisterWeisman) chat about Little Shop of Horrors! The two also discuss chewing the scenery, musical comedy, and the absolutely perfect cast. Plus, Ross’ inevitable Muppets connection! Follow Kidflix on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagr…
 
In this episode we were lucky enough to sit down for a chat with royalty! The wonderful and talented Jaye'J Richard-Noel, who plays Catherine of Aragon in SIX joined us during her final week of performances to tell us what it's been like playing a fierce queen in the smash-hit musical, what she'll miss the most when she finishes her run, and what's…
 
Book Vs. Movie: Beauty & the Beast The French Fairy Tale from the 1700s Vs the 1991 Animated Classic The Margos continue our month of Disney films with the 1991 classic Beauty and the Beast which is based on a fairy tale written in 1740 by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villenenueva and then later abridged by Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont in 1756 …
 
We've been at the laughing potion again. For her birthday, Linda gets another movie she's wished to cover since we started the podcast: The Worst Witch! It's the original film, made in 1986, based on Jill Murphy's 'Worst Witch' book series. It stars Fairuza Balk (witch goddess) as Mildred, the 'worst witch'; Diana Rigg (Olenna Tyrell in GoT, Emma P…
 
Book Vs. Movie: Sleeping Beauty The Fairy Tale from the 1600s Vs the the1959 Disney Animated Film The Margos are feeling kind of Disney this month so we are dedicating our next few episodes to those animated classics beginning with Sleeping Beauty from 1959. At the time, it received mixed reviews for its obvious comparison to Snow White & the Seven…
 
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