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The true crime book Loose Units, out now through Penguin Publishing (and in bookstores everywhere), had one thing it couldn't do: it couldn't fit everything. So each week, Paul and John will sit down and delve into cases too surreal, brief or contentious to fit into the book. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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60 Seconds to Comply

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60 Seconds to Comply

Simon Haynes, Connor Coulson

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Part Man, Part Machine, All Pod. A minute by minute style review of the seminal 80s classic action movie Robocop. We dissect and talk about the various topics and themes through the movie, as well as many tangents about Star Trek and Deus Ex, and as a special bonus we compare the minute to it's 2014 remake and why it's terrible.
 
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Dish Island

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Dish Island

Pillow Talk Productions

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Each week, hosts Tegan Higginbotham and Paul Verhoeven welcome a special guest to their mysterious island to talk about their love of food. The catch? THEY CAN NEVER LEAVE. It's time to take a hilarious, strange, and occasionally profound journey into everything culinary. Welcome... to DISH! Now on Apple Podcasts & Spotify! DISH! is a Pillow Talk Production, and is part of the Acast creator network. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The new podcast from the curated streaming service MUBI, the best place to discover beautiful, hand-picked cinema. The first season of the MUBI Podcast spotlights movies that were massive cultural phenomena in their home countries, but nowhere else. Host Rico Gagliano explores why these films fascinated so many people in one place, at one time. With episodes spanning nearly every continent, tune in to discover unique film stories from around the globe and explore all sides of cinema culture. ...
 
Paul Verhoeven (Loose Units, ABC ME's Steam Punks) will guide you through the world of Doctor Who, talking with cast and crew of the show, delivering the latest Who news, and helping you get up to speed on classic Doctor Who! With guests ranging from Jodie Whittaker to Steven Moffat, and even some royalty from Classic Who, The Doctor Is In will provide an untold perspective on this beloved show. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Filmmaker Commentary is dedicated to showing you how to improve your film making process. We do this by reviewing the DVD and Blu-Ray commentaries and special features of working movie directors, producers, actors, and writers. Hosted by Filmmaker Reginald Titus Jr. Co-Hosted by Film Producer Casey G. Smith
 
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Fuds On Film

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Fuds On Film

Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film

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Fuds On Film is a podcast about, and this will shock you, movies. From blockbusters to arthouse, you'll find considered opinions and hot takes on worldwide cinema from three Scotch fuds. Invite us into your ears and we promise to only infrequently disappoint.
 
We obsessively watch all the movies by one director, actor, writer or particular theme and rank them. Which movies will make you reach a cinematic orgasm and which ones will leave a shit stain in the history of cinema? There’s only way to find out - join us!
 
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Amazing Exits Podcast

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Amazing Exits Podcast

Kellianne Fedio and Paul Miller

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The Amazing Exits Podcast is hosted by Kellianne Fedio and Paul Miller where they discuss how Amazon entrepreneurs can successfully grow their business and achieve their ideal exit. If you’re an Amazon seller looking for a dream team of experts to help you maximize the value of your business, then make sure to tune in.
 
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Things get hairy as Ian and AC succumb to The Curse of the Werewolf! Director Terence Fisher and screenwriter Anthon Hinds reimagine the wolfman mythos in a film unlike any of its kind. Oliver Reed stars as Leon, a troubled young man whose full-moon transformations become the terror of a small Spanish town. Superstition, prejudice, and the beastly …
 
In this episode, Carsten & Stephen have a look at a selection of adventure films and dramas inspired by the sagas of those bold raiders from the north, the Vikings, currently represented in theatres by The Lighthouse director Robert Eggers' highly anticipated big screen saga The Northman. Stephen & Carsten put out their oars and row their way throu…
 
Earth's Mightiest Critics head to the multiverse in search of some Strange! In this spoilerific round table, Mark defends Sam Raimi's return to the Marvel Universe from an onslaught of fiery CGI negativity. From character assassination to untapped potential, to this not really being a sequel to its predecessor, there are a lot of nits to pick in th…
 
We discuss the very good multiverse movie Everything Everywhere All At Once, the substantially less-good multiverse movie Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, and the not-multiverse-but-still-excellent movie Benediction. We also talk about the excellent Glasgow filmmaker James Price, and talk through the philosophical implications of the m…
 
Ian talks with writer/director Paul Shoulberg and producer Claire Tuft about their new horror film, So Cold the River! Based on Michael Koryta's novel, the movie follows down-on-her-luck documentary filmmaker Erica Shaw (Bethany Joy Lenz) as she visits an old Indiana hotel in search of stories for her latest gig. There, she discovers secrets about …
 
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Ian and Pat McDonald raise a scoop of freezer-burnt ice cream to the most important women in their lives with a look at Albert Brooks' 1996 comedy, Mother! Brooks stars as John Henderson, a sci-fi novelist who moves in with his mother, Beatrice (Debbie Reynolds), after finalizing divorce #2. His plan: figure out what it is about his own strained fa…
 
On this special episode, host Rico Gagliano talks to Cannes-winning filmmaker Mahamat-Saleh Haroun about his latest film LINGUI — the story of a mother trying to secure an abortion for her daughter...in Chad, a country where abortion is illegal. Haroun opens up about the movie's real-life inspirations, the collective power of women, and about his h…
 
It's time for blushing and battling, praise and persecution! Yes, at long last, Ian is back to read your comments and defend his snarky, misinformed positions on West Side Story, Armond White, film critic bona fides, and Slow Romance! Sprinkle some cognac in your coffee, 'cause this is a long'un and a doozy! Show Links: Check out the shows that ins…
 
This week, Carsten & Stephen take a look at the latest from apocalyptic auteur Roland Emmerich, Moonfall, as well as a journey through the history of the disaster movie, from its historical and sci-fi roots in films like When Worlds Collide, through its heyday in the 1970s with star-studded spectaculars like Airport and The Towering Inferno, to our…
 
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Ian welcomes back Mike Crowley of You'll Probably Agree for a look at two Paul Verhoeven films celebrating anniversaries this year: Robocop turns 35, and Basic Instinct crosses the 3-decade mark. One is a bizarre cop drama in which a reanimated corpse gets in way over his head; the other is Robocop. The guys talk about the weird, child-friendly leg…
 
Wilkommen and bienvenue to The Cineskinny!This time, we get extremely musical – a review of Moroccan hip-hop drama Casablanca Beats, a love-in for Cabaret’s impending rerelease, and a deep dive on the weird, freaky antics of the 1970s movie musical. We also get massively distracted by The Muppets, and Peter debuts his pretty dead-on C3PO impression…
 
Ian has the time of his life talking with Neal Fischer, author of Being Patrick Swayze! Sure, this colorful, hilarious hardcover may feature drinking games, trivia, fashion tips, and a bona fide connect-the-dots puzzle of the iconic Road House star--but Fischer's book is also a sweet and insightful examination of a dancer, actor, and conservationis…
 
Ian and Mark look at one of the greatest movie musicals of all time, Singin’ in the Rain! Co-directed by Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly, the film centers on a Silent Era Hollywood power couple whose careers are upended by the advent of "talkies". Turns out the picture-perfect pair isn't so perfect, and their uncertain future in front of and behind th…
 
It was bound to happen: the latest "Accadmia Giallo" officially becomes a debate class as our fearsome faculty debates Dario Argento's Trauma! Asia Argento stars in this thriller about a young man trying to help a teenage girl find the serial killer who murdered her parents before the killer comes after them. The twisty and twisted 1993 horror movi…
 
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