Best Cinema podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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We feature films running the gamut from Horror to Exploitation to Noir and Martial 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. Tune into our Live shows every Wednesday at 6pm EST over at www.tv.outsidethecinema.com
 
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Subject:CINEMA
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Now in it's 14th year, Subject:CINEMA, from film website eCinemaOne is one of the longest running film podcasts in the short history of podcasting! Launching in June 2006, and still with it's original hosts, Subject:CINEMA is MORE than just your average movie review show - it endeavors to bring film entertainment to the masses. In addition to reviews of the latest films around, hosts TC Kirkham and Kim Brown also bring you the latest film news each week on Reel Rewind; critical analysis of i ...
 
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Junkfood Cinema
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Junkfood Cinema is a shame-free celebration of cult cinema hosted by critic Brian Salisbury and Marvel Studios screenwriter C. Robert Cargill
 
Welcome to Electric Cinema, a bi-monthly podcast dedicated to reviewing movies through our unique lenses and suggesting great new cinematic finds!
 
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Cinema Bun
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Tonja and Berook host the Cinema Bun podcast, a weekly show that talks about movie news and gives a review of their film of the week. Give us a listen and satisfy your cinema sweet tooth.
 
Remembering all those amazing movies from the 1980’s
 
You like bad movies? REALLY bad movies? You've come to the right podcast. Since 2013 Honor Knight and his cavalcade of Cinematic Flushers add their unique brand of snark each week to the absolute worst Hollywood has to offer. You've never laughed this hard over a cinematic turd. Go listen now!!
 
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Subject:CINEMA
Weekly
 
Now in it's 14th year, Subject:CINEMA, from film website eCinemaOne is one of the longest running film podcasts in the short history of podcasting! Launching in June 2006, and still with it's original hosts, Subject:CINEMA is MORE than just your average movie review show - it endeavors to bring film entertainment to the masses. In addition to reviews of the latest films around, hosts TC Kirkham and Kim Brown also bring you the latest film news each week on Reel Rewind; critical analysis of i ...
 
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Permanent Cinema
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Permanent Cinema is a new podcast channel featuring 'The Idiot Box,' an episode-by-episode breakdown of our favorite TV shows, 'The Current,' where we dive into what's happening now in pop culture, and 'Permanent Cinema,' our flagship show on cult movies and classic film.
 
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Cinema PSYOPS
Weekly
 
Cinema PSYOPS is a weekly film review podcast where we experiment on an impressionable mind to find out why physical wounds heal, but Cinematic ones don’t.
 
Join the members of Illumination Cinema as they discuss film and television in the Illumination Cinema Movie Podcast! These dateless nerds cover a wide range of cinema from new releases, to the classic works of respected directors.
 
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Cinema Diabolica
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A podcast where we review the best (and worst) lesser known films from the Horror, Giallo, Cult and Exploitation genres.
 
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Cinema Royale
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The official podcast of BFCA and WAFCA film critic, Travis Hopson!
 
Intelligent film discussion, interviews and debates
 
A blend of film talk and raunchy comedy. We go over current topics in the world of movies and chime in on new releases and all things Blu-ray. A variety of segments make up the rest of the run-time. There is no filter here. This is a fun and often times vulgar listening experience. Leave a message for the show at (213) 444-3766
 
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Cinema Covenant
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Toben: Classical "nerd", reared on all the films deemed "classic" by the net-savvy collective millennial unconscious.Maya: Artist (read: Stoner), left to fend on their own, drawn instead to body horror and Japanese animation.One picks a movie that the other one hasn't seen, and makes them watch it. They switch back and forth each episode. Repeat until the death of film.
 
Smashing Up Cinema, One Movie At A Time
 
Join us as we talk everything cinema! From blockbuster hits all the way through to the classics! Please remember we also have a listener Mail Segment we would like to do, so please email any and all questions to cinemafromthedarkside@gmail.com and title it "Listener Mail". Your email won’t get a response but it might just get answered on the show!
 
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Cinema Limbo
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Is there a movie you like that no one else gets? Or hasn't even heard of? Cinema Limbo is the home for movies whose time has come for revaluation. Hosted by Jeremy Phillips.
 
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Cinema Beef
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Gary and the gang dissect some of cinema’s greatest crimes and revel in the glory of movie madness!
 
Hosted by Tom Linay, the DCM podcast features guests from the cinema and media industry discussing upcoming films and anything interesting about the media landscape. Released on the third Wednesday of the month, you can also listen via iTunes and Acast. Digital Cinema Media (DCM) is the market leader in UK cinema advertising, providing brands and customers with cinema advertising solutions across our national portfolio of cinemas including Cineworld, Vue, Odeon and major independents.DCM off ...
 
A podcast stitched together from the corpses of mystery, noir and gothic literature and cinema https://thefrankenpod.wordpress.com
 
On the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month Divine Cinema looks at films with central themes of faith from a Progressive Christian perspective. The Divine Cinema team will put the good, the bad and the ugly films about faith through the eye of a needle and scrutinize its themes, messages, cinematography and overall portrayal faith on the silver screen. As self-proclaimed experts of fine (and divine) cinema and former Evangelicals, hosts Jeff, Adam and Dylan have a lot to say about movies, the ...
 
Tinseltown is busted wide open as your hosts explore films starring pro wrestlers.
 
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Cinema Savants
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We watch movies so you don't have to!Let's cut the crap. Most reviews and previews of movies and television programming are filled with an eye for the boring stuff. Do you want to know if you'll have fun with a particular movie or TV show? We'll let you know. That's what we're here for!www.CinemaSavants.com
 
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Cinema Bluster
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Movie review and news podcast with a slight bend toward horror and genre films.
 
Movies
 
No more excuses! Join these heroic podcasters as they plunge the depths of cinema to watch all the movies they should have seen long ago. From classics like Citizen Kane to fan favorites like The Princess Bride, your hosts seek to not only make up for their years of cinematic ignorance but to delight the masses with their thoughtful and entertaining examinations.
 
On the Classic Cinema Podcast our focus is on movies released prior to 1975. Join hosts Barry Burris, Ellis Goodson, DLNelson and Scott Sackett as they go deep into the best of classic cinema.
 
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Letters to Cinema
Monthly+
 
Podcast by Manuel Alejandro Salas
 
A podcast about movies: all kinds of retro, cult, grindhouse, forgotten and interesting movies, childhood favourites and things I have just discovered.
 
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Cinema Speak
Weekly
 
A weekly movie review podcast where the movie-going experience is often discussed in greater detail than the films themselves.
 
Join us as we take a hard look at the movies that are hard to look at.
 
A podcast about movies
 
The Cinema For All podcast is a celebration of going to the cinema, film discovery and stories about the people across the UK putting on incredible film screenings. Hosted by Jaq Chell and Abi Standish of the national charity Cinema For All.
 
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Cinema Improv
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A podcast where musicians from around the country gather in a Brooklyn recording studio to create live, improvised soundtracks to movies. Produced and hosted by David Butler.
 
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Cinema 7even
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Cinema 7even is an Entertainment podcast among long time friends. Join us on a weekly basis as we bring you many themed episodes and share all Opinions on Film, television, trailers, comic books, and of course, video games.
 
Second Class Cinema is a reaction-based comedy show where Tom, Brittany and Erik watch a b-movie and immediately discuss! Never let a bad movie get you down, come here and enjoy the discussion!
 
A father and his son and daughter-in-law review a different film each week. Films range from classics to fringe titles of which you might not be aware. Plus a weekly look at new releases on Blu-ray and DVD as well as what's new in theaters.
 
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Torture Cinema
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Torture Cinema is a comedic bad movie review podcast. In each episode, we take our unabashedly geeky and absurd sense of humor and turn it against some of the worst science fiction, fantasy, and horror movies ever produced. Each movie is selected by our sadistic listeners from an ever-growing list of terrible films. Torture Cinema is part of The Skiffy and Fanty Show podcast network. If you want to find out more about us and our other shows, go to skiffyandfanty.com.
 
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Short Bus Cinema
Monthly
 
Bad movies, the world is full of them. And only Johnny Krueg and Rik Morgan are brave enough to watch the worst of the worst. From classic failures, to just plain terrible, this is Short Bus Cinema. We love to watch the movies you hate.
 
2 Men & 1 Mic. Armed with particular points of view an a passion for movies and pop culture, seek to change the world..just by talking a lot.
 
Elwood and Stephen attempt to provide an introduction to Asian cinema, with each episode focusing on a different film along with further recommendations.
 
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One Star Cinema
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The BEST way to watch the WORST movies!
 
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Super Cinema
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The dynamic duo, Ben Hamlin and Nikki Boylan break down the movies that comic books have created on Super Cinema! Twice a month, the comic aficionado tackle superhero movie trailers, their favorite comic book movies and the comics they've been reading in a fantastic blend of film and page. Be forewarned, listeners are not safe from Batman or Doctor Doom impressions or frequent Spider-man rants. Super Cinema comes out every other Thursday.
 
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Cinema Queens
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Adam and Chris review and discuss LGBT+ and queer cinema throughout the decades and how it has helped the medium and where they think the future is taking the genre.
 
Your source for movie reviews, box office, and other news concerning the Plaza Cinema 4
 
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Cinema Saints
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Brandyn is a seminary student that loves film. He will discuss mainstream film, arthouse cinema, and everything in between. He wants to try and look at those films through a faith lens while not shying away from any film. Normal programming includes alternating, non-spoiler, new release episodes and streaming episodes along with "Gnosis" episodes that talk deeper about theological and philosophical themes from a couple films in each new release and streaming episode. Gnosis episodes are fill ...
 
A podcast stitched together from the corpses of mystery, noir and gothic literature and cinema https://thefrankenpod.wordpress.com
 
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The beefers are back in the new year and coming out of the gate with two films about two protagonists who let their brains get them into all kinds of shit. I am joined by Legion After Dark’s Lady M. to discuss the loosest of King adaptations with The Lawnmower Man and Luc Besson’s mind bending actiongasm Lucy starring Scarlet Johannson. Strap o ...…
 
It's the episode of the ambitious flops, as we talk two films that underperformed at the box office. First, we put on our button coats to review Mortal Engines and later we look for connections across time with Cloud Atlas. Plus, we also discuss Mary Poppins Returns and Good Will Hunting. Follow the show on Twitter: @thecinemaspeak Follow the s ...…
 
We all know French-Canadien filmmakers like Denis Arcand (The Barbarian Invasions) and Jean-Marc Vallée (C.R.A.Z.Y), but what about the films that are big box office hit in Quebec but never cross into the English speaking world? On this episode, we discuss films A Man and his Sin (1941), the nihilistic Bingo (1974) and the mega hockey hit Les B ...…
 
Brian and Cargill go jet-skiing and/or wave-running through another patron-requested aquatic monster movie! This week, it's the derelict cruise ship actioner Deep Rising. Arguably the very best cast of the three sea creature flicks covered on the show, Deep Rising also served as the secret setup to a franchise that only just came to fruition wi ...…
 
“Greetings, our excellent listeners,” to Permanent Cinema’s BACK IN TIME Series! Today on the show - strange things are afoot at the Circle K as Carter, Garrett, Brian and O hop a time machine disguised as a phone booth to San Dimas, California in the year 1989! Will our heroes make it “back in time” to complete a live, high school final histor ...…
 
Episode 41! What is your major malfunction, mate?By cinemaswirl@gmail.com (Cinema Swirl).
 
It's our first episode of 2019 Cinemaniacs! And it is jam packed! We talk about R. Kelly's recruitment strategies in foreign countries, we remember our interactions with celebrities, we pay tribute to "Mean" Gene Okerlund, and we praise Wade Barrett's performance in the film Eliminators.
 
Episode #23! We are going to make you an offer you can't refuse! This month DLNelson, Ellis Goodson and Barry Burris join Scott Sackett to watch his pick from 1972. The Godfather!
 
This week is about the Oscars going hostless, Mark Hammill going pants-less and Star Trek getting shorted. Actually, there's a lot of stuff in-bewteen like the Rock, Amazon, Last Tango in Paris and Dark Phoenix. Strap yourself in. This one gets to be a little bumpy! www.CinemaSavants.com
 
New week, new movie, and this time we are talking about G.B.F. which you can find on Netflix if you want to follow along with us. Essentially, this is Gay Mean Girls (which is a common theme that will pop up again later this month), and while it's fun, it's pretty vapid as there isn't much to this straightforward story. It's like a movie made o ...…
 
CinePsyEP178 Movie Stack Jenga: Lorna The Exorcist Support the show while you sport the show: https://teespring.com/stores/cinema-psyops Cort argues it’s an art film while Matt declares it less than porn. Cort delves for deeper meaning while Matt is upset at the lack of scissoring. Jess Franco created what is arguably his most cohesive narrativ ...…
 
New Year and the boys of PCP are back on track talking about their favorite stuff - movies, movies and movies--with a smattering of entertainment news.
 
Replicas Review. Check out to see what we had to say about this BUST.
 
Missing Frames kicks off the new year with one of Stanley Kubrick's early triumphs Paths of Glory. Joining Shawn for this episode is returning guest Daniel Rainer, a self-professed Kubrick fanatic who has also never seen this classic film. Does it hold up to Kubrick's other works or is it best left in the pre-Dr. Strangelove era? Tune in to fin ...…
 
This week the CTC crew examines the modern classic The Princess Bride from director Rob Reiner and writer William Goldman. Also new release news, Golden Globe winners, DGA and PGA nominees, and celebrity deaths.
 
Two years after his groundbreaking Best Picture winner, MOONLIGHT, Barry Jenkins returns with a challenging adaptation of James Baldwin's 1974 book, IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK. Set in 1970s Harlem, the story follows Tish (Kiki Layne) and Fonny (Stephan James), two young lovers who see their future together torn apart when he is falsely accused ...…
 
We discuss the career of director Ringo Lam and his films City on Fire, School on Fire, and Maximum Risk.On this week’s Patreon episode, we picked our Top Five Favorite films of 1989 with No Batman Allowed. WWW.PATREON.COM/THEIMPORTANTCINEMACLUBIf you have any questions or comments, feel free to drop us a line at importantcinemaclubpodcast@gmai ...…
 
It was really amazing how the guys actually knew about Lizzie Borden history. Probably for the best as the time was spent mostly looking at Christina Ricci and… well you know… boy stuff. This week the guys sat down for a viewing of their first Lifetime Movie: Lizzy Borden Took an Ax. This film stars Christina Ricci, Clea DuVall, Gregg Henry and ...…
 
This week we look at Crazy Rich Asians, Mary Poppins Returns, Venom and The Favorite www.CinemaSavants.com
 
You Boys breakdown the fav of the last year!By outsidethecinema@gmail.com (Bill By Force And Mr. Chris).
 
Brian & Cargill getting it wet for this first installment of Patron Request Month. One of their faithful Patreon Lieutenants requested 1989's Leviathan, and the guys decided to give him 2 for 1 as they also discuss the nearly identical Deep Star Six also from 1989. They discuss the similarities, the monsters, the casts, and of course...crab peo ...…
 
We’re back for 2019! And hitting the ground running Gidgit and Angry rewatch what was a HUGE hit in the day – and still a great watch! Who ya gunna call? … Read more
 
“Great Scott!!” Welcome to Permanent Cinema’s ‘BACK IN TIME’ Series! Today on the show, Carter, Garrett and O discuss time travel vs time loop vs time dilation, the boys preview the series and share some hot takes on the ‘Back to the Future’ series! Hosts: Carter Dean, Garrett Taylor, Omer Afaq Check out our feed for more episodes! Subscribe to ...…
 
Jeremy is joined by Chris to discuss 1962 modern western Lonely are the Brave starring Kirk Douglas and Walter Matthau, in a presentation that covers John F. Kennedy, unidexters, Dick Van Dyke's party trick and Chris's holiday in Westworld.By admin@podnose.com (Podnose).
 
For the first Paleo-Cinema of 2019 I look at the 1954 version of A Star Is Born, starring Judy Garland and James Mason, then we head forward to 1962 for the Italian masterpiece Il Sorpasso starring Vittorio Gassman and Jean-Louis Tritingant, which may be one of my new favourite films. You can support the podcast by paying as little as $US1 per ...…
 
After last week's endurance test with Final Flesh, we cleanse our palates with a much better film, Edgar Wright's Baby Driver. Plus new release news.
 
We choose our own adventure in Netflix's interactive Black Mirror: Bandersnatch and also count down our top 7 most anticipated films of 2019. And later, we discuss The House that Jack Built, The Christmas Chronicles, Minding the Gap and Shirkers. Follow the show on Twitter: @thecinemaspeak Follow the show on Instagram: cinemaspeakpodcast Intro: ...…
 
In this episode, we take a look at Eric’s favorite childhood movie, Fantastic Voyage! Does it hold up after all these years? Let’s see what exactly helped put Eric on a path of science and medicine, shall we?
 
The title says it all: We pick the best films of 2018.You can check out our lists out here: https://www.filmtrap.com/icc-149-the-best-films-of-2018/On this week’s Patreon episode, we discuss the documentary CINEMANIA and talk about our other favorite film-related things of the year.WWW.PATREON.COM/THEIMPORTANTCINEMACLUBIf you have any questions ...…
 
This week is about the lack of real movie news. Netflix has issues with descriptions and cancellations. Bruce Campbell gets a new show. And a Jack Sparrow-less Pirates of the Caribbean movie? Say it ain't so! That and the most Underrated movies of 2018! www.CinemaSavants.com
 
We hope the first week of 2019 has been good to you, and we hope you like our subject for January - Coming Out! We're looking at In and Out to kick things off, and, well, the rest of the month can only go up from here. This is a gay story shot through the lens of a straight sensibility, and while there are some amusing moments, they're few and ...…
 
CinePsyEP177 Movie Stack Jenga: The Vampire Lovers Support the show while you sport the show: https://teespring.com/stores/cinema-psyops Cort seems doomed to never enjoy a New Years Eve as he starts the show with a story of hate for a popular form of bar entertainment and a health scare that had him nearly headed to the hospital at approximatel ...…
 
Check out to see what our top 10 movies of 2018 were.
 
Thank god Mikie is an encyclopedia of Tremors knowledge or we wouldn’t have enjoyed this movie anywhere as much as we ended up enjoying it (which really isn’t saying much). Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell stars Jay Anstey, Alistair Moulton Black, Paul du Toit , Michael Gross and Jamie Kennedy. This film is directed by Don Michael Paul. Have you sub ...…
 
This week we look at Metropolis, Birdbox, Watership Down and the Black Mirror spinoff Bandersnatch. www.CinemaSavants.com
 
We take a look at the films being released in 2019
 
Reviews of Pet Sematary and Gentlemen Broncos.By outsidethecinema@gmail.com (Bill By Force And Mr. Chris).
 
Hello everyone, in this episode TJ and Pat talk about the Freddie Mercury biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody! Listen as we discuss the ins and outs of this particular biopic and how well it holds up to the true history of the band Queen! Please remember we also have a Listener Mail segment we would like to do, so please email any and all questions to ci ...…
 
We look away from Bird Box and try to decide once and for all whether The Nightmare Before Christmas should be viewed for Halloween or Christmas. And later, we also talk Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Welcome to Marwen and A Christmas Story. Follow the show on Twitter: @thecinemaspeak Follow the show on Instagram: cinemaspeakpodcast Intro: ...…
 
Happy New Year from the boys at PCP. With each new day above ground, we promise to tackle all the disposable entertainment news we get our hands on and deliver it you all wrapped with a bow. Let's start the year off right with some Netflix, DCEU, Trailers and everything else good. Let's light this candle.…
 
And now we proudly present Part Two of our ANNUAL NICK CAGE NEW YEARS DOUBLE FEATURE EXPLOSION. 211 stars Nicolas Cage, Sophie Skelton, Michael Rainey Jr. and is directed by York Alec Shackleton. Nick, you never fail us! Did we miss a Cage movie? You should let us know @onestarpodcast or facebook.com/onestarpodcast…
 
It’s the first day of the New Year, so that could only mean it’s time for THE NICK CAGE DOUBLE FEATURE NEWY YEARS SPECTACULAR!!!! The tradition continues as we honor the most beloved One Star Actor in our canon. For PART ONE we proudly present Vengeance: A Love Story based on the novel Rape: A Love Story... so you can probably figure out the re ...…
 
Subject:CINEMA #621 - December 31 2018 COMMUNICATE WITH US! We want to hear from YOU! Email - subjectcinema@pnrnetworks.com
 
Subject:CINEMA #621 - December 31 2018 COMMUNICATE WITH US! We want to hear from YOU! Email - subjectcinema@pnrnetworks.com
 
It's hard to believe that 2018 and John Waters' month is at an end, but here we are! This week we take a look at his most well-known and arguably, best film, Hairspray! Most people will be familiar with the Broadway and movie musical from 2007, but this is where they get their roots from - a story about teenagers confronting racism in the early ...…
 
Welcome to Cinema Bluster Podcast Episode number 64. Recorded Monday, December 31st, Episode 64 includes discussions on Top 10 films of 2018, The House That Jack Built, The Clovehitch Killer, news, trailers, and other films we watched. If you would like to send us an email, which we always appreciate, send it to CinemaBluster@gmail.com Join us ...…
 
From the bygone year of 2014, Brian and Cargill are reheating some Junkfood from the archives to celebrate New Year's Evil! This was a lot of fun to revisit. We went in-depth with the slasher genre, used a spoiler alert drop I had forgotten we had, and told stories of New Year's parties past. All this plus a whole new edit by Brian for extra fl ...…
 
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