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How Did This Get Made?

Earwolf and Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael, Jason Mantzoukas

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The award-winning comedy podcast that celebrates bad movies. Comedians and actors Paul Scheer (The League), June Diane Raphael (Grace and Frankie), and Jason Mantzoukas (Big Mouth) break down the very best of the worst films ever made—we’re talkin’ blockbuster flops, cheesy 80s action movies, Lifetime thrillers, obscure cult classics, and if we’re honest… most Nic Cage and Jason Statham movies. Plus, sometimes they’re even joined by hilarious guests like Seth Rogen, Conan O’Brien, Amy Schume ...
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Bad Movies Rule!

Cowboy Jack Pictures

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A comedy podcast for people who love so-called bad movies. The gang at Bad Movies Rule dive into movies that have either been declared bad by critics or audiences to see if they really deserve to be on the trash pile or if they actually rule. Come have a laugh with us!
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Welcome to MediaDrome a (sometimes) bi-weekly podcast discussing movies and television, potentially dabbling in videogames and music...basically all the things we distract ourselves as we spiral further into oblivion.
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The Flop House

MaximumFun, Dan McCoy, Stuart Wellington, Elliott Kalan

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The Flop House is a comedy podcast devoted to the worst in recent film. Your hosts (Elliott Kalan, Dan McCoy, and Stuart Wellington) watch a questionable film, then engage in an unscripted discussion about the movie's shortcomings and occasional delights, while never being afraid of a pointless, silly digression or two hundred.
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Two cinephiles discuss the good, the bad, and the so-bad-it's-good. We watch one movie at a time, some of the best and worst ever made, find a link between two of them, and determine if we agree with the general consensus and each other.
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That was Horrorble

Isaac Carrillo, Derek Wayman

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Join Derek and Isaac as they dig into the world's worst reviewed horror movies, so you don't have to. Are they as bad as everyone says, or is there something there that is worth watching?
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The Video Cult

Nathan Stone, Josh Carmody

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Discover some of the most weird and wonderful movies ever to grace the silver screen. The Video Cult crew brings you scene by scene breakdowns of B-movie masterpieces and cult classics.
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We Hate Movies

WHM Entertainment

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Since 2010, the We Hate Movies podcast has been loudly celebrating and tearing apart movies from across the spectrum: from forgotten '80s actioners and insane romantic comedies of the '90s, to the early CGI blockbusters of the aughts and the hyper-nostalgic franchises of the 2010s and today. Every week, comedians Andrew Jupin, Stephen Sajdak, Eric Szyszka, and Chris Cabin pick a movie from the near-past to discuss and joke around about in all its positive and negative glory.
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James Willey hosts a 30-minute podcast where they discuss two movies, sometimes with a common theme, sometimes because they came out near each other, and share one hot take from the viewers! This is a podcast for any movie lover, whether they are casual viewers or cinephiles. Also, please support the Patreon to get episodes early and to receive Patreon-exclusive episodes in the future! For business inquiries, email: moviegoodormoviebad@gmail.com
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Old Movie Time Machine

Time Machine Podcasts

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The best podcast about old movies in the known universe. A look at American life as seen through color films made between 1945 and 1965. Who were these people and what type of society were they building after World War II? Subscribe now to find out!
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Hosts Gary Suarez and Jeffery Laughlin chat with rappers and other interesting people about hip-hop and movies. The official podcast of the CABBAGES hip-hop / rap music newsletter.
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BGM: Bad Gay Movies = Bitchy Gay Men » Episodes

Bil Antoniou, Michael Soulard, Daniel Krolik

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This podcast features co-hosts Bil Antoniou, Daniel Krolik and Michael Soulard as they explore the best of the worst in LGBT cinema! Join us each month as we pick a film that we feel could have used some of our expert feedback, and hopefully leave it with some dignity. We'll post the film we are going to watch ahead of the show so you can follow along. Visit our site at www.badgaymovies.com and please send us feedback at badgaymovies2013@gmail.com!
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Hello! We're the Backseat Critics: a family friendly movie review podcast.We watch and discuss movies that you should generally steer clear of.Join hosts RJ & Andrew as they dive into the world of movies and see what they say!If you like our podcast, or have any questions/suggestions - send us a message or follow us on Instagram @thebackseatcritics. Shoot us an email at thebackseatcritics@gmail.com.Thank you!
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Rating Descending

Michelle St Claire & Abigail Ward

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This is Rating Descending, where we watch IMDb’s Worst 250 movies so you don’t have to. Michelle St Claire and Abigail Ward descend through the “Worst 250” list, and fill you in on the horrors and tragedies they witness along the way. Bad jokes, cheap beer, and shared trauma incoming. Follow us on twitter @Rate.Descend.Pod
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For Your Reconsideration

Rob Parker, James Stuart, Simon Lewis

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Join Nic Cage and JCVD enthusiasts Rob, Simon and James as they dig into a vault of underrated movies from yesteryear to see if they are rightly shunned to the bargain buckets of Asda, or whether they do indeed deserve reconsideration. To qualify the week's film must either be classed as Rotten on RottenTomatoes.com, or officially be a box office bomb. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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There are good gay movies out there, but we won't be talking about them. We're three unqualified nobodies who discuss the very worst that gay cinema has to offer. At We Read Movies, we don't just watch movies, we read them for filth.
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A podcast where three brothers (Krishna, Ravi and Arjuna) answer the most important question to the latest movie/tv show; Was It Good? They focus on the mainstream, but their interests are diverse and a little random, so sometimes you might see some more abstract subjects. Give it a listen and let them know; Was It Good?
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At the beginning of May, I got the opportunity to attend the 25th Maryland Film Festival after the festival being gone last year and I got to see some really amazing films that previously played at Sundance, SXSW, and Fantastic Fest, and some of them have release scheduled planned, have distribution, and some need to find a home so you can all watc…
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Thrill as J-Lo complains in a chair in front of green screen for 45 minutes. That butt, tho.... "Atlas," starring Jennifer Lopez, aims to be a thrilling sci-fi adventure but ultimately lands in the realm of forgettable mediocrity. The plot, which revolves around a dystopian future and a battle for humanity's survival, is riddled with flaws and hole…
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We get incredibly filthy while discussing this childhood classic and one of the best films ever made, this one is directed by Mel Stuart and stars the great Gene Wilder, Peter Ostrum, Denise Nickerson, Paris Themmen and a bunch of other people you haven’t seen much from. An eccentric candy millionaire holds a contest for some lucky children to get …
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From The Bad List! An absolute ghoul of a man is set to marry the woman of his dreams until she inexplicably decides to blow up their relationship by sleeping with his best friend. Try as he may to understand why she did this to him, no one will ever have the answer because the script lacks any sense of plot, character arcs, and even the slightest …
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My buddy Ryan from the Sheist International Film Club is back and we're drinking from the same well as last time and staying "stupid" after our Ernest Halloween adventure as we take on John Landis's ultra-confident airball, The Stupids. The Stupids (1996) Director: John Landis Writers: James Marshall, Harry Allard, Brent Forrester Stars: Tom Arnold…
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It's Martial Arts May-hem and what better film to start us off? Hosts Dominic Lawton & Ken B Wild are heading off to eastern Europe to find a pen pal as they deep dive the 2004 Steven Seagal classic - OUT OF REACH! The guys discuss Seagal's voice overs and stunt double tomfoolery, black candy floss and serial killer MO's! Meanwhile, Dom describes S…
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We're back in obscure movie town with a very funny supernatural thriller starring one member of Duran Duran. It's Vegas: City Of Dreams (2001)!Support us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/nosuchthingasabadmovieEmail us at nosuchthingasabadmovie@gmail.comFollow us on Instagram! @nosuchthingpodTweet at us!@NoSuchThingPod@apriletmanski@Sgtzima@DeclouxJ…
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Even though critics came down on this film hard, most movie-goers gave this movie a TEN!! So who is right? Today we look at Varsity Blues to see if it still holds up as a great football movie, a great teen movie, and a a great James Vanderbeek movie (do such things exist?). At the very least it has an insane performance from Jon Voight with a littl…
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Cooper and Nolan are tasting the water of life this week when they cover the original DUNE! This notorious Dino De Laurentiis production was plagued with studio interference, visual effects problems, and Kyle MacLachlan's terrible acting, all of which forced director David Lynch to have to cram a whole book series' worth of story into a two hour mo…
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Unmasking The Idol (1986) brings us back to the world of superspy Duncan Jax for our final episode. In the precursor to BMFcast fave Order of the Black Eagle, Duncan and his team must stop Scarlet Leader from starting WW3 by invading his island lair. It’s a great time, and a fitting way to wrap up 15 years and 600+ episodes of fun. Thank you for gi…
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The Video Cult crew dive fetus first into this weeks cinematic offering, The Suckling (1990). Marvel as they make full use of the content warning, dazzle at their disgust, congratulate this conflagration of bad taste. The movie may be terrible and the only way to make it better is to talk about it, so come be the silent newcomer in this much needed…
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CABBAGES' Rapper Movie Season keeps on hoopin', this time with special guest Wynne. Representing the Pacific Northwest, the rising rapper taps into her firsthand basketball experience as both fan and player to examine the Brooklyn-based Dangerous Minds clone Sunset Park (1996, dir. Steve Gomer, starring Rhea Perlman and Fredro Starr.) For bonus pod…
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The Novelizers is a podcast that takes a beloved film, gives each scene to a TV comedy writer to novelize, and then gives those scenes to a comedian or actor to narrate. Plus interviews with the people who (may or may not have) made the original film. This episode has a chapter WRITTEN BY DAN MCCOY and READ BY JOHN HODGMAN! It also features an impr…
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“I think he’s in both Bowling for Columbine and Fahrenheit 9/11!” - Chris, on Heston’s sequel policy On this week’s episode, we’re going back to, well, Earth, to chat about the fun-as-hell sequel, Beneath the Planet of the Apes! How silly was it to make James Franciscus look exactly like Charlton Heston, instead of just having him play Taylor? How …
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This week Devo helps us navigate the murky waters of criminal law! Or maybe he'll just take a nap, I dunno. Meanwhile, Randy Rainbow is interviewing Trump, Devo searches for the origin of The Beer Song, and Steve Goodie would like to have a word with you...1. "Forty-Five!" by Randy Rainbow 2. "The Beer Song" by unknown artist 3. News of the Stupid!…
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Guess who's gonna' give it to you. Go ahead, guess. Today's episode is Xtreme af. There's XXX tiddies in X and dudes with X tattoos in XXX. Yes, we will probably be doing both of these trilogies together because this was a fun one. We're joined by Jeremy Jones of Destroy the Brain to discuss X'ing. Then we wrap it up with some Malort and I loose so…
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F&%K THE MOON! Paul, Jason, and June break down the 2022 disaster flick Moonfall starring Halle Berry and Patrick Wilson. LIVE from Largo in Los Angeles, they discuss Lexus Dealerships, Megastructures, the confusion around the exchange student, and if there are or aren't British accents in the movie. Plus, they ask "Does this movie think we're too …
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What better way to celebrate 100 years of existence as an entertainment corporate entity than by making a film so crammed full of back-patting references to your own history that you forget to actually make a compelling movie? According to The Walt Disney Company, there is apparently no better way. Join Leigh, Brendan, and Chris as they watch the 2…
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Send us a Text Message. Buckle up for a monster-sized episode of Backseat Critics, where Andrew and I, RJ, dive headfirst into the chaos of "Rampage." Without missing a beat, we debate the heavy-hitting presence of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and whether adding Charlize Theron to the mix could've turned up the heat. We can't help but crack up over Ge…
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We're going into the matrix this week, in honor of Dan and Elliott's contributions to an upcoming episode of the very funny The Novelizers podcast, where comedy writers "novelize" part of a blockbuster movie from the past -- Dan wrote a "chapter" of the original The Matrix (read by our friend John Hodgman!), and he and Elliott appear on the episode…
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Welcome to another episode of the Was It Good? Podcast! Today, we're diving into the highly anticipated X-Men '97 series. Join Krishna, Ravi, and Arjuna as they share their thoughts, impressions, and in-depth analysis of this nostalgic trip down memory lane. From one-word impressions to bold predictions for Season 2, we've got it all covered!…
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What's up Jerks?! Paul's away, which means Jason's here to take charge of a chaotic Last Looks ep on The Ugly Truth. With the help of producers Scott and Molly, Jason reluctantly digs into corrections and omissions, shares a bonus scene from the Ugly Truth live show, and reveals next week's movie. Plus, he gives the lowdown on all TV shows, podcast…
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For the latest installment of the Monsterverse, Thomas Salerno, Patrick Mason, and Jeff Haecker discuss this grand spectacle, its exploration of the implications of living in a world with giant monsters, and the enduring popularity of monster movies as escapism. The post The Secrets of Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire appeared first on StarQuest Med…
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Directed by Edgar Wright, written by him and Simon Pegg and starring Pegg, Nick Frost and Timothy Dalton. A big city London cop with an impeccable record is transferred to the seemingly tranquil country town of Sandford, winner of village of the year several years running. But at what cost? Nicholas Angel begins discovering that things in this peac…
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Clint, Bob, and Curt join James to answer the burning questions: What is our favorite cop movie? Is the buddy cop trope dead? What happened on the Wagons East episode? And more! Reach out to the show to have your calls or emails answered! Email - ThisShowIsTrash@Gmail.com Call - 262-757-8567 Snail Mail - PO Box 383 Burlington, WI 53105 Learn more a…
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“You pay your mortgage for the year and you just show up and do nothing.” - Chris, on major celebrities voice acting On this week’s episode, we’re chatting about the barely-feature-length sequel, Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties! How in the world did Jon Arbuckle not sense two live animals in his luggage? Is Billy Connolly good in this movie? Should…
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