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Best Christmas Movies podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Christmas Movies podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Chuck Bryant of Stuff You Should Know sits down with your favorite people to talk about their favorite movies. Simple enough, but what we get is much more than that. It’s a look at what makes a favorite thing, and why someone’s favorite movie says so much about who they are. More conversation than interview, Movie Crush, at its heart, is about the love affair we all have with the silver screen.
 
You don’t have to love Christmas to love this podcast. Film critic Collin Souter and renowned sheep expert Kerry Finegan delve into every type of Christmas movie they can find. Classics, non-classics, horror, Hallmark, obscurities, foreign, shorts, TV specials, unnecessary sequels and remakes. Even films that you might not think of as traditional Christmas movies. The great, the awful and the unusual, all year round.
 
What are the The Best 1980s & 1990s Movies? Do you find yourself asking if the movies we loved while growing up were really that good? Have you caught yourself thinking, “why don’t make movies like they use to?” Can you still remember spending your Friday Nights searching for the perfect movie rental at Blockbuster Video? Do you know what Blockbuster Video is? If you answered yes, then this is the podcast for you! Website: http://shatthemovies.com/the-best-80s-90s-movies/ Email: hosts@shatth ...
 
Tis the Podcast is determined to keep the Christmas Spirit alive 365 days a year! Join Anthony, Julia, and Thom as they embark on a magical journey debating and discussing different Christmas movies, specials, and television episodes each week. Please visit www.tisthepodcast.com for the running ranking of all the movies they review, in addition to episode show notes and contact information.
 
Brian and Shelly are two friends and life long movie lovers who talk everything film all the time. It seemed only natural to record our ramblings and share them with the world. From the dawn of film as a medium to what is playing on the big screen right now.
 
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Film critic Peter Sobczynski joins Collin and Kerry as they look at one of more curious items of the Disney canon, 1985's unflinchingly dark "One Magic Christmas," featuring Harry Dean Stanton as a Christmas angel who likes to pay visits to children in the middle of the night. The "We Just Say Book" discussion gets especially spirited as they talk …
 
We hit it big. A production company reached out to us and asked us if we wanted to review this children's movie. At first we were like....are you sure YOU want us too? But they said do with it what you will..... so we did. Email: roughnightpodcast@gmail.com HOSTS @Allison_Faye @JonastyDrawz @pretendmonkey GUEST @the_faisalahmed EDITOR @brycelkelly…
 
On this week's episode, it's the gang's first of what wound up being a two-show night at the legendary Hollywood Improv! Recorded during last year's fall tour, the gang kicked off the LA shows by talking about the beloved '80s classic, Teen Wolf! Hey, was Scott's dad hitting on Boof? Did any kids die after seeing Michael J. Fox surfing on that van?…
 
Christian and Ian still shine so bright. At the end of each episode we will answer the question- are we still in on this franchise or is it overkill? We continue our discussions of hauntings this year and focus on POLTERGEIST 2: THE OTHER SIDE, including updates on the Poltergeist Curse and some questionable depictions of Native American culture. W…
 
The SinCast crew dives RIGHT into the bracket for the BEST MOVIE OF THE 2010s! Blockbusters like Mad Max: Fury Road! Elite directors like David Fincher, Paul Thomas Anderson, and Damien Chazelle! LOTS of pretty dresses! Who will emerge from the rubble of the first round in the North Region? Find out on a BRAND NEW SINCAST!!! Join us every Monday fo…
 
Musicals Month jumps to the 80's with the Rock n' Roll/Doo Wop musical Little Shop of Horrors! Mark gets nostalgic for the music, and Brian is blown away by the practical effects. Which ending is better? And why is Bill Murray in this movie? Feed this episode to your brain to find out. Also, we discuss the Oscars and the surprise best picture winne…
 
Two guys. One likes beer. Both like movies. Both things get reviewed. The guys finally escape the clutches of 2019 as they recap the Oscars and look ahead to the movies coming out in 2020. They talk about what will be a hit, what will flop, what will be in contention at the 93rd Oscars and what they’re most excited for. Oscars Recap: 1:00-19:43 Bir…
 
This week, in honor of the long President's Day weekend in the United States, the elves journey back to TV Land in order to cover the two Christmas (or are they merely set at Christmas?) episodes of HBO's critically-acclaimed, award-winning, hit comedy, Veep - starring Julia Louis Dreyfus and based on the British show, The Thick of It.Not since the…
 
And that's what we thought of Birds of Prey... no wait, I messed up. Let's wind back to the beginning.Margot Robbie's back as Harley Quinn, narrating unreliably as we jump around in time and try to figure out how to define a superhero movie, what the barometer for cultural change is and whether February is truly a movie dumping ground. You can flap…
 
On this dire episode Chadley is a second away from death at all times. We do some Oscar talk. We went to an early screening of Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), then didn't review it for two weeks but it bombed so that's okay. Disney dropping a stinky sequel for baby brains and no wonder it bombed, Maleficent: Mi…
 
Roses are red, violets are blue, Cupid has a knife, and he’s coming for you! After Katherine Heigl gets Drew Barrymore’d, a group of affluent women receive elaborate Riddler notes signed by JM, a mysterious stalker out for their blood. Could it have anything to do with young Jeremy Melton that they humiliated at their junior high Valentine’s dance?…
 
Well howdy partner. For our first western, and our 50TH EPISODE we went with none other than one of the best movies of all time... TOMBSTONE. This gritty look back at the shootout at the OK Corral has a phenomenal cast with some of the best dialogue of any western. Sit back and we'll deal you in a hand while you listen to our review of Tombstone. Y…
 
In this episode, we delve into some well bad movies for a change! In the spirit of Valentines Day, we decide to take three notoriously bad romcoms to see what makes them so terrible. With fantastic guests including comedian Shelley Taylor and drag artist, Lucy Fur, get ready for a hilarious episode, with an equally hilarious endgame. Warning, the f…
 
The well to do McNeill family are thrust into an unexplainable situation when only child Regan starts to display increasingly disturbing behaviour. Having exhausted all scientific & medical options, mother Chris has no other choice than to turn to the church for help. Capturing the cultural zeitgeist, William Friedkin’s The Exorcist transcended fil…
 
He's the son of Martin Sheen. The brother of Charlie Sheen. But Emilio Estevez has always been his own man, starring in the likes of Young Guns, The Breakfast Club, Stakeout, St. Elmo's Fire, and many more in the glory days of the 80s. His latest film is The Public, a drama which he wrote, directed, and starred in, and on this week's episode of the…
 
We've seen enough movies by now to know that you should never walk down a dark street at night after leaving the theater. It didn't work for the Waynes and it didn't work for Sam Wheat. A promising young man with a good job and a woman who loves him, cut down in his prime. Oh, but he's not done yet. He's going to go all Jason Lee Crow on his buddy …
 
We're back! And so is our good buddy Andy Bianculli from the very wonderful band Star Parks! We got into what we each got our significant others for Christmas, we dip into the Christmas Advice bag, and we share some very helpful shoplifting tips (not actionable)! Rate and subscribe to us on iTunes then find us at https://www.facebook.com/AveryAndAd…
 
Evan, Dave, David, Michael, and Erik are joined by blogger and podcaster extraordinaire Siskoid to pontificate on paper cuts, police detectives, postage stamps, and what could possibly connect them. 00:02:56 - Review of 36 Hours (1964) 00:19:36 - Review of Dark City (1998) 00:36:01 - Review of Paycheck (2003) 00:54:46 - Guessing the Connection…
 
Here it is, folks. As promised, here is the second part of our podcasts dedicated to dissecting Empire's 100 Greatest Films Of The 21st Century (So Far!). And in this episode, we throw open the doors of the podbooth to three listeners — Chad Armstrong, Christelle Brewster, and Luke Jones — who join host Chris Hewitt for a fun-filled and jam-packed …
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky. Episode 54: All the King’s Men (1949) Released 12 February 2020 For this episode, we watched All the King’s Men, written, produced and directed by Robert Rossen, based on the novel by Robert Penn Warren. Rossen was nominated in all three capacities. Star Broderick Crawford won Best Actor, …
 
On episode three of Making It So, the gang is gaining confidence in the new Trek series as they chat about the episode that finally gets... engaging, "The End is the Beginning"! How rad was it to finally see—HEY NOW! Making It So is a new Star Trek: Picard re-cap show made exclusively for our Patreon subscribers! To access the full show, head over …
 
As you know Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so what better time to discuss a couple of romance movies? This episode we will be combing through the ups and downs of La La Land and My Best Friend’s Wedding. Is La La land enough to warm Tommy’s cold heart? Is every woman’s secret ambition to break up a marriage? (Spoiler, no) Listen and fin…
 
On this week's episode, comedian Patrick Davis joins us for an atheist review of "Sing Over Me", a documentary about an evangelical hymn writer and his lifelong struggle with trying to maintain his homophobia and his homosexuality in equal measures.--- If you’d like to make a per episode donation, please check us out on Patreon: http://patreon.com/…
 
Time to find out who the real Harley Quinn is! Margot Robbie emancipates herself from that less-than-fantabulous group of metahumans known as Suicide Squad to fly with new crew Birds of Prey. Does a teen pickpocket, salty cop, ass-kicking lounge singer, and crossbow killer offer Harley the same level of protection as Jared Leto’s Joker? Or can Goth…
 
It's February, and by now you've probably accumulated a fair number of Christmas cards that you've either stashed or trashed. And that's what we want to talk about today, with "The Pick", the first of Seinfeld's two holiday episodes. "The Pick" finds Elaine agonizing over a Christmas card that features some unfortunate nudity, among other subplots …
 
On this week's episode, the gang welcomes back Vulture writer and friend of the show, Angelica Jade Bastién to chat about the outrageous teen sex romp, Cruel Intentions! Was no one considering the fact that these characters are like 18 tops? What is with Ryan Phillippe's terrible duster? And did we really need this horrendous Joshua Jackson charact…
 
Christian and Ian present the latest episode in Illusion-O! We go through a stack of listener emails and check in briefly on Gretel and Hansel to kick the show off. Then, for our new movie review we talk about the twisty new Elijah Wood VOD offering, COME TO DADDY. For our If You Got It, Haunt It segment we hang out with William Castle again and ta…
 
Cartoonsman Nathan LaJeunesse joins the Mayor to talk about a cartoon! But not just any cartoon, it's ARTHUR CHRISTMAS! Yes, the one movie that was unilaterally given gold canon status, which means this is one where your boys are free to goof off, gush over a perfect movie, and make veiled references to the unsettling fanart we found while googling…
 
It only took 3 years and 108 days, but long-time listener Gillian J. finally commissioned the 1991 movie that asks the question: “Is a light-hearted comedy really the best vehicle to explore the effects of childhood trauma & schizophrenia?”. “Drop Dead Fred” tells the story of Lizzie (Phoebe Cates), an out of work court reporter that dresses like a…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky. Episode 53.5: Oscar Winners 2020 Released 10 February 2020 For this episode, we blearily report back on all of the results, triumphs, disappointments and gossips from the 92nd Academy Awards. New Audible series: https://tinyurl.com/bpaudible Absurd Person Singular: http://londonclassicthea…
 
The SinCast crew begins its journey into the discovery of the best film of the 2010s, the decade that was. Join them as the bracket is revealed, picks are made, and hearts are broken. It's fun! All this and some EPIC recommendations on a BRAND NEW SINCAST!!! Join us every Monday for a new episode of SinCast, and keep in touch! Tweet us @cinemasins …
 
It’s the greatest show on earth. Welcome to the annual Oscars/Annual Review of the reviews of 2019. + the first annual TOPIES where we hand out awards for movies we saw and reviewed. To help us in this madness, we’re joined by the fantabulous Jamie Walsh (www.twitter.com/jimjam_walsh)This is a love letter to movies, podcasting and the sound of our …
 
It’s the greatest show on earth. Welcome to the annual Oscars/Annual Review of the reviews of 2019. + the first annual TOPIES where we hand out awards for movies we saw and reviewed. To help us in this madness, we’re joined by the fantabulous Jamie Walsh (www.twitter.com/jimjam_walsh)This is a love letter to movies, podcasting and the sound of our …
 
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