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Best Cinema Podcasts We Could Find
Best Cinema Podcasts We Could Find
Do you want to know the new films hitting cinemas soon? What about hearing spoilers from movie fans, or reviews from respected film critics? Do you want to get behind-the-scenes deets or listen to interviews with your favorite movie stars and Hollywood insiders? Or are you interested in knowing the best movies of all time or the worst ones in the past year? If you're a certified film buff, you can surely get loads of "cinematic goodies" from podcasts. With just your phone or your PC, you can listen to thousands of podcasts that are readily available online. Your podcast listening experience never stops there as you can also download them, which means you can enjoy podcasts even when you're not connected to wi-fi. While you can binge on motion pictures, you can binge on movie podcasts too. And there are lots to choose from – may it be about horror movies, sci-fi, action, comedy, Bollywood, blockbuster films, your favorite Disney or Marvel films, even Netflix! There's always a podcast that suits your taste, giving you info and entertainment about the films you love (or hate 😊). So what are the best film podcasts out there? No need to look for them elsewhere as we've already collected them for you here. Now, all you need to do is grab some popcorn and let these podcasts take you to the epic world of cinema.
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Satisfy your celluloid addiction with the "Cinema Junkie" podcast, where you can mainline film 24/7. This film and entertainment series is run by KPBS Film Critic Beth Accomando. So if you need a film fix, want to hear what filmmakers have to say about their work, or just want to know what's worth seeing this weekend, then you've come to the right place.
 
Outside The Cinema is a weekly podcast that focuses on to cult movies of all kinds. We feature films running the gamut from Horror to Exploitation to Noir and Matial Arts and back. You know that random video you got on VHS from some random mom and pop video store when you were 12? Yeah, we covered it. So sit back and enjoy the OTC ride.
 
We are an up and coming bi-weekly podcast that discusses all things movies, superheroes, and all things nerdy. Your hosts John Pelzel and Justin Speck discuss movies they love (and some they don't love) and often get side-tracked doing so. We're also constantly uploading mini-reviews whenever we watch a movie. Artwork by: Melissa Wolfert Music Theme by: Another Day Gone
 
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Sofa Cinema Club

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Sofa Cinema Club

Colson Smith, Ben Price and Jack P. Shepherd

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Every week Colson Smith, Ben Price and Jack P. Shepherd set aside an evening to settle down on the sofa together to watch a movie. The problem is they don’t always agree on what to stick on the box. Colson loves watching (and singing along to) films like Hannah Montana, whereas Ben and Jack rate, critique and discuss films like Goodfellas and Alien. But for the Sofa Cinema Club, the lads are making an exception. Ben and Jack have agreed to watch films Colson likes in return for him watching ...
 
Scared Stiff Horror Cinema Defining the Horror genre, exploring typical tropes and motifs, such as the haunted house, monsters, zombies and serial killers. Also looking at the principles and logic behind the horror film – some sort of transgression (knowing something not supposed to know) leading to terrible consequences. Questioning why we watch horror films – cathartic enactment and overcoming of society’s worst nightmares. Thus the sociological interest in horror films – and how they port ...
 
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Fun City Cinema

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Fun City Cinema

Jason Bailey & Michael Hull

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“As you see, we’re flying over an island. A city. A particular city. And this is a story of a number of people, and a story also of the city itself.” That’s from the opening voice-over of the 1948 movie The Naked City, which was a very big deal when it was made, because it was a rare studio film that was shot entirely, lock stock and barrel, on the streets of New York City. You see, the American motion picture industry began in New York, at the end of the 19th century – Thomas Edison and oth ...
 
Irreverent movie talk about badass movies. Samurai cinema, Katanas, Robots, martial arts, Action Cinema. Published bi-weekly, featuring guests from all over the globe. Part of ScreenMayhem.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Cinema Red Pill is a film podcast by Uganda based cinephiles Sharon Rwakatungu (@sharonrwaky), Timothy Niwamanya (@Sir_Tesh) and Joel Tugaineyo (@jntugaineyo). Listen for movie reviews and commentary every week. We talk about classic and contemporary films from Africa and everywhere else. Email: cinemaredpill@gmail.com
 
In Lucid Dreaming, curator and writer Pamela Cohn interviews a constellation of artistic luminaries working within contemporary contexts of documentary practice and experimental moving image. Together they explore artistic inspirations, conceptual intent and processes, and the expanding socio-political possibilities of creating personal memoir. Support us on Patreon > https://www.patreon.com/luciddreamingpodcast
 
Michael Rader and Ryan Lynch spend an entire year trying to guess what happens in a movie neither of them knows anything about. Perhaps with the help of some special guests, they can figure out the entire plot of the movie before the year is up or else suffer the consequences of being wrong on the Internet. But that's okay: If at first they don't succeed, they'll get it right next year.
 
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In this episode of the science fiction podcast 'The ACE: Atomic Cinema Experiment,' we discuss Soylent Green. patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mildfuzztvtwitter: https://twitter.com/Mild_FuzzEmail: mftvquestions@gmail.comAudio version: https://the-ace-atomic-cinema-experime.pinecast.co UK Merch store: https://shop.spreadshirt.co.uk/mild-fuzz-tv/US …
 
Quentin Tarantino returns again to join Brian and Elric in this episode and this time, he is joined by is old pal Roger Avary to join in as all of them discuss their favorite film discoveries of 2021. "Discoveries" of course are older films seen for the first time in given year and there are at least 20 films discussed in this episode. Also please …
 
We've been waiting for a Ghostbusters 3 for years. Rumors of a third film popped up every so often but after the death of Harold Ramis, and the release of the 2016 reboot, it seemed the hopes of ever seeing a continuation of our favorite supernatural exterminators were all but, well, busted. And, to be fair, Ghostbusters Afterlife is not the sequel…
 
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the crew returns to announce the next film, "Passing" about a Black woman pretending to be white. The random topic this week is about the guilty verdicts laid down on the killers of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia. We discuss the slow walk to arresting the killers, the trial, the verdicts, what to expect from sentencing…
 
Sam Clements talks to writer-director Mike Mills about his new film, C’mon C’mon, in cinemas from Friday 3 December. Johnny (Joaquin Phoenix) is a softly-spoken radio journalist stuck in arrested development. His work travelling the country to interview kids is interrupted when he’s suddenly responsible for one: his young nephew Jesse is placed in …
 
**SPOILERS ALERT!** This week we watched the new Bond movie: No Time to Die! Dun nuh nah nahhhhh! Leave a review here: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/the-ladies-guide-to-dude-cinema/id1451146084 Sign up to our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/theladiesguidetodudecinema Buy Merch here: https://www.dudecinemapod.com/s/shop And a Kumite to…
 
Comparing and contrasting Act III Communications’ “The Princess Bride” with “The Princess Bride: S. Morgenstern’s Classic Tale of True Love and High Adventure” by William Goldman This podcast contains certain copyrighted works that were not specifically authorized to be used by the copyright holder(s), but which we believe in good faith are protect…
 
The fashion industry has long links with cinema, both on screen and off. With the release of House of Gucci in mind, Matthew Sweet looks at the relationship between film and fashion, featuring film music in which costume design is a significant aspect of the film or a driving force of the plot.The programme features music from the films Clueless, B…
 
Noir dames. None were sassier, sexier or more lethal than the women of film noir. They lied, stole, cheated, murdered and more importantly just refused to conform to any standard notions of femininity. They might not have been positive role models but they were fascinating and they had agency. Cinema Junkie celebrates Noir-vember by continuing its …
 
We discuss Director Max Ophuls and focus on his films THE EARRINGS OF MADAME DE... and LOLA MONTES.Join the Patreon now for an exclusive episode every week and access to our entire Patreon Episode back catalogue: patreon.com/theimportantcinemaclubSubscribe, Review and Rate Us on Apple Podcasts: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-…ub/id1067435576Foll…
 
How two New York classics captured the essence of Times Square then – and what they tell us about it now. No two films capture the urban grime and desperate time of New York City in the late 1960s and 1970s like John Schlesinger’s “Midnight Cowboy” and Martin Scorsese’s “Taxi Driver.” Both films set much of their action in Times Square (and specifi…
 
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