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Tristan + Greg are a couple of 90s kids, on a mission to re-watch every movie that meant something from their childhood. Each episode they review a 'classic' film from the 80s or 90s, and determine how it stacks up in the modern era. We use the term classic very loosely.
 
Join host archaeologist John as he reviews classic movies with his own spin. Using his archeological background, he connects historic, cinematic, genealogical, and current facts to add a dimension to his reviews that will increase your enjoyment of these classic movies. John tells all for movies over 25 years old. He also presents his world-famous short summaries of each classic movie reviewed. These classic movie reviews cover from silents by Charlie Chaplin, classic horror like Dracula (19 ...
 
A biweekly roundtable by the former editorial team of The Dissolve examining how classic films inspire and inform modern movies. Episodes take a deep dive into a classic film and its legacy in the first half, then compare and contrast that film with a modern successor in the second. Hosted and produced by Genevieve Koski, Keith Phipps, Tasha Robinson and Scott Tobias. Part of the Filmspotting family of podcasts.
 
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 ...
 
Comedian and actor Gilbert Gottfried, a man Stephen King once called “a national treasure,” talks with the show business legends, icons and behind-the-scenes talents who shaped his childhood and influenced his comedy. Along with co-host and fellow pop culture fanatic Frank Santopadre, Gilbert is joined by comics, actors, musicians, talk show hosts, writers and other eyewitnesses to Hollywood history, including Bruce Dern, Chevy Chase, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Adam West, Steve Buscemi, Micky Dole ...
 
THE DIRECTORS SERIES is a podcast dedicated to appreciating and deconstructing the work of contemporary and classic film directors. In the show, we breakdown the careers of film directors like Christopher Nolan, Stanley Kubrick, Quentin Tarantino, David Fincher, The Coen Brothers, and Paul Thomas Anderson just to name a few. From their early works and short films to their blockbuster achievements and Oscar glory. The goal of the show to give the listener an insight into the film director's p ...
 
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Andy Bowman, Tessa Swehla, Sam Morris

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A Pop Culture Productivity Podcast! Every week Andy, Tessa, and Dr. Sam exorcise their personal pop culture demons by going through their media to-do lists one item at a time. Each week involves a spoiler-free discussion about the media they listened, watched, read, played, or experienced that week along with encouragement to continue tackling these backlogs.
 
CULT and CLASSIC is a weekly film podcast hosted by film Critic and Comedian Nate Wyckoff where two films--one mainstream and one cult--will be discussed side-by-side. So dust off your VCR (BetaMax allowed!) and get to listening about these forgotten film greats and flubs! See more on CULT and CLASSIC Podcast www.cultandclassicpodcast.com!
 
Join Dave and Elise every week for a buggy-ride of cinematic exploration. A bilingual Montreal native and a Prairies hayseed gravitate to Toronto for the film culture, meet on OK Cupid, and spur on each other's movie-love, culminating in this podcast. Expect in-depth discussion of their old favourites (mostly studio-era Hollywood) and their latest frontiers (courtesy of the TIFF Cinematheque and various Toronto rep houses and festivals). The podcast will be comprised of several potentially n ...
 
Don't know what to watch? Join film critics Jon Negroni and Will Ashton for no-nonsense conversations about the latest films coming to theaters and streaming online. They may not always agree, but one thing's for sure. They're both Cinemaholics.
 
An ECFS Productions Original Podcast: Cinema Spectator is a film history podcast that takes away the pretense that usually comes along with learning about film. Each week, we tackle a "classic" of film history but do these films actually hold up for a modern audience? Can they entertain someone who grew up on Spider-Man reboots and Jim Carrey movies, or will they forever be relics of a bygone era?
 
Podcaster Bil Antoniou of BGM: Bad Gay Movies Bitchy Gay Men goes through his Criterions and talks about the movies and the memories they inspire, along the way chatting with a few friends. This podcast is not affiliated with the Criterion Collection and no copyright infringement is intended.
 
Doc Rotten and The Black Saint from Horror News Radio recap and review the best and worst horror films from the 1970s. Grindhouse. Blacksploitation. Hollywood Blockbusters. B Movies. Films like Exorcist | The Car | Phantasm | Halloween | The Incredible Melting Man | The Manitou | Beyond the Door | Vampire Circus | Dawn of the Dead
 
Join Jon and Andy as they explore the world of film music, one score at a time. Each episode is an in-depth discussion of a classic film score: what makes it tick, how it serves the movie, and whether it's, you know, any good. It's a freewheeling, opinionated conversation with an analytical bent, richly illustrated with musical examples. No expertise required. The series began by tackling “100 Years of Film Scores," the AFI's list of (purportedly) the 25 greatest scores in American cinema hi ...
 
Welcome to Monsters by the Minute, where, each season, we take a deep dive into a classic horror film of yesteryear, and look at the influences and history behind it, and the creators and the people who brought the story to life on both sides of the camera. Join award winning creator Bill Mize ("Bill Watches Movies") as he takes you on this journey which will give you a new appreciation for these classic films, and cast them in a new light.
 
Commentary on Pop Culture and Current Events from classic film snobs, nerds and Jazz-Era Aficionados / Dieselpunks. Special episodes include one-on-one interviews, media reviews and in-depth analysis. Topics include Conspiracy Theories, Paranormal and Unexplained Phenomenon, and True Crime. All with self-deprecating sophomoric humor.
 
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This week Mike, Chris and Justin count down each of their top 5 Most Anticipated Films of 2022 and those movies will absolutely not be delayed in any way. (Some movies were delayed... again) - Intro (00:00:00 - 00:03:00) - News on the March! (00:03:00 - 00:31:30) - Station Eleven - Peacemaker - Drive My Car - Most Anticipated Films of 2022 (00:31:3…
 
In this 20th Century-Fox 1938 episode we look at two Tyrone Power-starring historical disaster spectacles, Suez (directed by Allan Dwan), about the construction of the Suez Canal and various sorts of post-Napoleonic idealism, and In Old Chicago (directed by Henry King), a heavily fictionalized account of how Mrs. O'Leary's cow started the Great Chi…
 
“It’s elevens. Tens are for booties.” Shouldn’t that go without saying? Join your faithful Grue Crew – Doc Rotten, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, Daphne Monary-Ernsdorff, and Jeff Mohr – as they cozy up to a film director Freddie Francis calls his favorite, which was originally released as Mumsy, Nanny, Sonny & Girly (1970) in the […]…
 
Leica, Leica, Leica ... that should help get some clicks and views 😁. All jokes aside, there are plenty of reasons to consider coppin a Leica. Of all the cameras you can buy, this one really feels like a good investment, considering how it appreciates. I talk to Vicheth Moul, a camera aficionado and dealer, about the ins and out of buying a Leica. …
 
the 1970's was, without question, a transformative year for cinema and director, Peter Bogdanovich was, without question at the forefront of those transformations. His second film, The Last Picture Show, is a shattering, complex, profound and, ultimately, unknowable exploration of the lives, loves, losses and betrayals taking place in a small Texas…
 
Now playing in limited release, The Worst Person in the World is a Norwegian dark romantic comedy from director Joachim Trier (the third in his "Oslo Trilogy"). It stars Renate Reinsve and is currently on the shortlist for Best International Feature Film at the upcoming Academy Awards. This review is an excerpt from Episode #256 of the Cinemaholics…
 
1992's MORTAL KOMBAT game brought violent duels to the forefront of the world stage! What followed in 1993 was the inevitable film cash-in from those unwilling to pay licensing fees but unable to resist the dollar signs, and from that we got IMMORTAL COMBAT (1993)! Sounds terrible? How about we tell you it stars RODDY PIPER, SONNY CHIBA, and MEG FO…
 
This week, we stay in the year 2000 with Darren Aronofsky's Requiem for a Dream, the story of four people's struggles with drug addiction. Currently sitting at an 8.3/10, Requiem for a Dream is the #97 movie on IMDb's Top 250. In this episode, we discuss how gut-wrenching this movie is, Dylan drools over the technical aspects of the film, and Zach …
 
Julie suspected Professor Plum. Scott thought he was in the library with the poison. Then they realized they weren't in a murder mystery. So they hopped on their mules for New Mexico, where the chilis are hot and the souls are needy! Episode 274: Death Comes for the Archbishop by Willa Cather. Download or listen via this link: |Episode #274| Subscr…
 
Mamoru Hosoda’s new anime feature BELLE moves the classic fable of Beauty and the Beast into a futuristic VR world, but that’s not the film’s only major departure from its original source material. Although it contains some direct visual references and corollary characters to Disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, it’s ultimately concerned with different, …
 
Agents Scott and Cam neuralink with Clint Eastwood and learn to think in Russian while decoding the 1982 spy techno-thriller Firefox. Directed by Clint Eastwood. Starring Clint Eastwood, Freddie Jones, David Huffman, Warren Clarke, Ronald Lacey and Kenneth Colley. Become a SpyHards Patron and gain access to top secret "Agents in the Field" bonus ep…
 
I'll have what she's having, etc. etc. In this episode we tackle what Bob and Mike think is the greatest rom com ever made - When Harry Met Sally (natch) - and compare it to a pretty bad special effects showcase starring two (!) Will Smiths: Gemini Man! As you all know, Bob loves romcoms so this is a very exciting episode for him. We also talk abou…
 
Cameron presents a history lesson that reviews 8 early silent short films from 1895 to 1943. Explore the earliest years of cinema with the perspective of a modern viewer attempting to find entertainment in the history. Without being under the influence, Isaac attempts to explain ideas around art moving a participant with an indescribable truth. Fil…
 
Gilbert and Frank are joined by actor and filmmaker Matthew Modine ("Full Metal Jacket," "Birdy," "Married to the Mob") for a wildly entertaining and frequently hilarious conversation about the viciousness of film critics, the awkwardness of sex scenes, the unpredictability of chimps, the cruel fate of "Cutthroat Island" and his working relationshi…
 
Bob and Brad revisit the mid-90s Disney film The Hunchback of Notre Dame, which is quite possibly the darkest and most thematically "adult" of all the classic movies from the studio. Bob recently watched this and included it in his Season 5 list, but what will Brad think of it? Meanwhile, the guys sip on Rebel Cask Strength, a sourced LuxCo product…
 
This week the Stephen King Terror Timeline continues on Season 13 of Seeking Human Victims as The Rev, Dreamboat Anni & The Great Muji, look back at 1984's CUJO directed by Lewis Teague and starring Dee Wallace. We'll look at what it took to bring a rabid St Bernard to life, how Teague was selected for the gig by King himself although it didn't qui…
 
We interrupt our regular schedule of film reviews to pay tribute to an Actor's Actor. Someone who was a trail-blazer both on and off the screen, who was the epitome of a commanding presence, and who never turned in a bad performance in a career that lasted over 50 years. Sidney Poitier passed away on January 6th, 2022, but he left us a catalog of p…
 
This week the survival expert and his intern are in the animated world of Spiderman having a chat about everyone's favourite bat themed character. No not Batman, or Man-Bat, not Blade or even Hell Cow, but Morbius the Living Vampire. E-mail your survival suggestions to us at wecouldsurvivethat@gmail.com or Twitter @WeCouldSurvive or find older epis…
 
Part 1: Zach, Jessy, Andrew and Nazeeh talk about movies they saw this week, including: Belle, Devil in a Blue Dress and Old. Part 2 (36:55): The group continues their Labor and Basketball series with a look at 1998's He Got Game. See movies discussed in this episode here. Don't want to listen? Watch the podcast on our YouTube channel. Also follow …
 
There are, arguably, two iconic scenes in Stanley Kramer's Guess Who's Coming to Dinner. In the first, you see the power, intensity, and genius of, arguably the greatest movie star of the 1960's, Sidney Poitier. In the second, and final scene of the movie, you watch one of the great actors of the golden age of Hollywood, Spencer Tracy, demonstrate …
 
We don't remember movies. We remember movie moments. This week, Adam and Josh say goodbye for now to 2021 with a celebration of the year's best scenes. The ones that made them laugh, the ones that made them cry, and the ones that sent them soaring. Featuring memorable movie moments from "Licorice Pizza," "Summer of Soul," "The Power of the Dog," "T…
 
A decent Film Noir staring Gloria Grahame, Glenn Ford, and Brodrick Crawford. Human Desire (1954) is based on an Emile Zola story. The Coyote's Tale, a noir mystery by John Cornelison is available on Amazon in paperback and on Kindle Support the show with a purchase from Merch SPREAD THE WORD! If you enjoyed this episode head on over to iTunes and …
 
Nobody asked for an origin story for Han and Chewy, but the end result wasn't half bad, according to critics. Did they get it right, or is this Kessel Run worth skipping? See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
 
Gilbert, Frank and the GGACP team remember our friend Bob Saget with this classic episode from 2020, featuring a spirited discussion about celebrity roasts, the perseverance of Rodney Dangerfield, the brilliance of Cloris Leachman, the understated genius of Martin Mull and his popular podcast, “Bob Saget’s Here For You.” Also, Norm Macdonald reads …
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics is celebrating 100 episodes! We’re incredibly grateful to our listeners for embracing us and supporting our efforts in keeping classic film alive. Brandon and Eric are also celebrating the 60th anniversary of To Kill a Mockingbird. This legendary film is beloved by multiple generations thanks to its lessons o…
 
Bob sits down to interview Steven Grasse of Tamworth Distilling, the company responsible for the turkey whiskey our hosts tried around Thanksgiving. Tamworth is doing much more than just experimental whiskey, though, and Steve brings along some of the distillery's award-winning aquavit for Bob to try. Meanwhile, they chat about two of Steve's favor…
 
We’re sharpening our knives this week for our long-anticipated review of the latest Scream film, or Scream 5 unofficially. This is the first of the franchise to not be directed by Wes Craven, as we instead of the filmmakers behind Ready or Not. Is this meta slasher whodunnit as much of a scream? And afterward, we discuss George Clooney’s latest dir…
 
Fans of hyper-violent video game content rejoice, for 2021 brought us the cinematic reboot MORTAL KOMBAT (2021)! Is it perfect? Nay, but there's blood a-plenty and solid casting to discuss, as well as PLOT-HOLES, PLOT-HOLES, and--hey, did we mention there are a few plot-holes? Get the bloody facts on this bloody flick in Part 1 of our "MORTAL-LIKE …
 
The fates foretold that Jon and Andy would discuss John Corigliano’s score for the 1998 history-spanning musical saga The Red Violin. How does Corigliano draw a musical line to connect the film’s disparate episodes, and how darkly does he draw it? What sensibilities did he bring from the world of classical concert composing? And, is … Continue read…
 
A mysterious stranger brings Julie and Scott a copy of Ecclesiastes to read. Scott and Julie loved the "eat, drink, and be merry" part. The mysterious stranger eventually gave up on explaining the meaning of "chasing the wind" and shared their beer and nachos. In Episode 273, we welcome special guest Tomasso Todesca to discuss The Book of Ecclesias…
 
Mamoru Hosada’s new anime BELLE is the latest take on a certain tale as old as time, one that was previously enshrined in the animated feature canon with 1991’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, one of the touchstones of Disney’s storied late-20th-century renaissance. This week we crack open the clamshell VHS case on Disney’s version, in particular its labored…
 
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