Best Cinema podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Monocle 24’s carefully curated selection of the best in cinema. Hear from film-makers, critics and legends of the craft as we shine a spotlight on everything from revivals and the restoration of vintage cuts to European film and the role of the auteur. ‘The Cinema Show’ is brought to you in association with MUBI.
 
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Cinema Junkie
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Satisfy your celluloid addiction with Cinema Junkie, where you can mainline film 24/7. This film and entertainment series is run by KPBS Film Critic Beth Accomando. So if you need a film fix, want to hear what filmmakers have to say about their work, or just want to know what's worth seeing this weekend, then you've come to the right place.
 
Black on Black Cinema is a weekly podcast where 3 guys discuss the ins and outs of Black films. With a touch of humor and a drive for relevant discussion, Black on Black Cinema will entertain, as well as, inform. Hosted by Jay, Micah, and Terrence.
 
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Cinema Swirl
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Sam Chaplin hasn't seen many of the massively popular films that have shaped modern pop culture. Kefin Mahon has. Join us as we watch them together, and have a right bloody laugh discussing them. Follow us on Twitter: @cinemaswirl
 
High film art, entertaining film trash, and everything film in between. Subscribe to the Patreon for new premium episode every week.https://www.patreon.com/theimportantcinemaclub
 
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Sound of Cinema
Monthly+
 
Series of programmes exploring film music
 
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
 
The blog for the Mousterpiece Cinema podcast, all about Disney movies of the past, present, and future.
 
Listen, Watch, Create
 
Your Favorite Movies From A Christian Perspective
 
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Subject:CINEMA
Weekly
 
Now in it's 11th 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 ...
 
A weekly film podcast hosted by Elric Kane (of the Shock Waves podcast) and Brian Saur (of the Rupert Pupkin Speaks film blog) featuring discussions of new films, old films, double features, cult movies, filmmakers and movie lists among a smorgasbord of other Cinema-related things.
 
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Junkfood Cinema
Weekly
 
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!
 
What’s Korean Cinema? asks the question, possibly doesn’t answer it but gathers a cast of experts for an in-depth look at defining works of Korean cinema…even North!
 
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Welcome to the Comedians Cinema Club. The first rule of Comedians Cinema Club is you do talk about Comedians Cinema Club. “The CCC’S movies are chaotic, alcohol-fuelled and very funny indeed" – TIME OUTThese podcasts are the perfect digestive to listen to after the movie, as we discuss facts, nonsense from behind the scenes in the world of cinema and a quiz that you can play along to.Nominated for Chortle's Best Music & Variety 2016.“What a silly idea, uproariously executed. A small cast of ...
 
Scared Stiff Horror Cinema Defining the Horror genre, exploring typical tropes and motifs, such as the haunted house, monsters, zombies and serial killers. Mevio {Mevio-00a5a9e33b5e9a9daff8d02f859f4532}
 
We are an up and coming podcast that discusses all things movies, superheroes, and all things nerdy. We are nerds, and we are proud. We are only proud, though, because we are cool nerds. Not those dorky ones.
 
A podcast for all things Grindhouse, Exploitation, Cult, Drive-In and B-Movies.
 
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Barbican Cinema
Weekly
 
From the iconic to the independent, art-house to the award-winning, listen to our incredible archive of ScreenTalks and discussions from the most unique film programme in London
 
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Wrestling Cinema
Weekly
 
We are two dudes who watch movies starring professional wrestlers. Patrick is a professional comic book writer and frontman of Self Defense Family and Drug Church. Eric is a film school graduate with an intensive in film theory/critique and WWE enthusiast.These movies suck.Artwork by Alex Beekman www.alexbeekman.comIntro music by Matt Klein www.mattklein.co
 
The Korean Film Council's (KOFIC) new bimonthly Korean cinema podcast. Every episode will feature a special guest from the Korean film world who will chat about current trends in the industry with the show's host. The podcast will also feature a rundown on the latest news and box office figures and an 'In Focus' recommendation of a new Korean film.
 
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Cinema Bun
Monthly+
 
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.
 
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We discuss the career of comedian/actor/renaissance man Rudy Ray Moore and his films DOLEMITE, THE HUMAN TORNADO, PETEY WHEATSTRAW and DISCO GODFATHER.Plus, we talk about the new screening series MEGA FUN MOVIE EXPLOSION. WWW.PATREON.COM/THEIMPORTANTCINEMACLUBOn this week's Patreon episodes, we discuss William 'One Shot' Beaudine. If you have a ...…
 
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys return to preview the next episode. They will break their one rule and do a second film this year by the infamous director, Tyler Perry. The 2018 film about a woman scorned, Acrimony, stars Taraji P. Henson. The random topic of the week is all about the new precedent of white people calling the polic ...…
 
To coincide with the release of Pixar’s Incredibles 2, we delve into our ScreenTalk archive and hear from the film’s composer, Michael Giacchino. In October 2017, the Barbican hosted Giacchino in conversation following a screening of Up!, for which he won the Best Original Score Oscar®.
 
I ate his liver with some tiffin and a nice Pepsi Max.By cinemaswirl@gmail.com (Cinema Swirl).
 
Elric and Brian are joined by film programmer/social media master Phil Blankenship to discuss the many joys of brain melting, noggin sizzling bonkers cinema.
 
Subject:CINEMA #611 - July 15 2018 COMMUNICATE WITH US! We want to hear from YOU! Email - subjectcinema@pnrnetworks.com
 
Matthew Sweet considers music for British animation as the BFI mark the 50th anniversary of Yellow Submarine. The programme looks back on scores for some of the classic children's animation titles from the likes of Oliver Postgate and Ivor Wood including 'Bagpuss'; 'Ivor the Engine'; and 'Camberwick Green'; music for Jerry and Sylvia Anderson's ...…
 
Hey, folks! No, we haven't gone invisible on you--we've just shrunk this brand-new episode of Mousterpiece Cinema down to a miniscule size for your entertainment. Yes, you might have already guessed it, but this week on the show, Scott and Josh are headed to the quantum realm of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to discuss the MCU's 20th movie, Ant ...…
 
THE FINALE(?!) Maybe...maybe we will return to this format someday. For now, enjoy our discussion regarding the 2010 Dwayne Johnson CLASSIC, The Tooth Fairy. Bob Shedd and Tom Sheehan of the AXE TO GRIND podcast join us. LISTEN LIKE YOUR LIFE DEPENDS ON IT...because it does.
 
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys are back to discuss "Crooklyn," the 1994 semi-autobiographical film co-written and directed by Spike Lee. The film takes place in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York during the summer of 1973. Its primary focus is a young girl, Troy (played by Zelda Harris), and her family. Thro ...…
 
Mix up with the scheduling this weeks but we go in depth with "The New York Ripper and talk about the "Failed" Marvel movies.By outsidethecinema@gmail.com (Bill By Force And Mr. Chris).
 
Kome one, kome all to the kreepiest kollection of karnival kreeps! But enough about your hosts, it’s Killer Klowns from Outer Space! That’s right, continuing the Summer of 88, Brian and Kargill juggle the many, many things they love about one of the decade’s great horror satires. Also discussed in this episode are beer brand beer, trips to a le ...…
 
We discuss Lizzie Boden's work as a writer/director on the fantastic BORN IN FLAMES, the under seen WORKING GIRLS and the much maligned erotic thriller LOVE CRIMES.Plus, we talk about the amazing LUNCHMEAT magazine. WWW.PATREON.COM/THEIMPORTANTCINEMACLUBOn this week's Patreon episodes, we discuss our obsession and addiction when it comes to use ...…
 
Subject:CINEMA #610 - July 8 2018 COMMUNICATE WITH US! We want to hear from YOU! Email - subjectcinema@pnrnetworks.com
 
Matthew Sweet looks back on film scores composed to convey the wonder and terror of Mary Shelley's great creation in the week of Haifaa al-Mansour's new film biopic of the writer.As well as featuring music by Amelia Warner for the new film, Matthew also offers musical moments from the 1931 James Whale 'Frankenstein'; 'Mary Shelley's Frankenstei ...…
 
Episode 146: One Man Bond And Boots Riley Time to geek out about two very different things: James Bond and the directorial debut of rapper Boots Riley. I talk secret agent 007 with actor Tom Steward who created a one-man show for the San Diego International Fringe Festival called "One Man Bond" in which he takes us through all 24 Bond films in ...…
 
Hey, folks! It's time for yet another brand-new episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, and this week, Scott and Josh are taking the spotlight for a musically themed movie. Specifically, they're talking about the 1993 biopic of Tina Turner, What's Love Got To Do With It, which depicts the rise of young Anna Mae Bullock into one of the biggest rock star ...…
 
NEW FORMAT! Eric gets triggered by North Korean politics. Patrick talks about Cameron Diaz. We look at the timeline and comment on all this worldly BS. Let us know what you think of this new direction.
 
We discuss the career of Western director Budd Boetticher and his films RIDE LONESOME, THE TALL T and DECISION AT SUNDOWN. Plus, a discussion of Canada's CINESPHERE and a very special screening of SPEED RACER.WWW.PATREON.COM/THEIMPORTANTCINEMACLUBOn this week's Patreon episodes, we discuss Roger Corman's Filmgroup. If you have any questions or ...…
 
This week we speak to Haifaa Al-Mansour – touted as the first female filmmaker in Saudi Arabia – on her new film starring Elle Fanning and Douglas Booth, a story of the love affair between Frankenstein novelist Mary Shelley and poet Percy Shelley that resulted in the horror novel’s creation.
 
Subject:CINEMA presents Front Row Five And Ten #55 - July 5 2018 COMMUNICATE WITH US! We want to hear from YOU! Email - frontrow@pnrnetworks.com Voicemail - TOLL FREE - call 888-269-2443 Speakpipe - https://www.speakpipe.com/SubjectCINEMA THIS WEEK: WE'RE BACK! More wacky list countdowns - It's Front Row Five And Ten! This week, it's TC's choic ...…
 
Greetings, true Vulgarians! This week, continying their Summer of 88 series, the podcast called Junkfood discusses A Fish Called Wanda. Brian and Cargill chat about the rules of farce, the scene stealing/chewing of Kevin Kline, and how Fish Called Wanda is able to violate Brian’s Law three times and still be funny. Also discussed somehow are Le ...…
 
Juliallo is here!!! All month we will be covering Giallos. We start with a true classic of the genre with Mario Bava's "Blood and Black Lace" we follow that up with The Bloodstained Butterfly. We also check out "The Bomb Report" for the year 1998 this week.By outsidethecinema@gmail.com (Bill By Force And Mr. Chris).
 
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys return to announce the next film, the 1994 Black family drama "Crooklyn" directed by Spike Lee. The film takes place over the course of a hot summer in 1973 from the perspective of a young Black girl in BedSty, Brooklyn with her four brothers, mother, and father. The random topic of the week is all a ...…
 
We speak to Olivia Howe and Anna Bogutskaya aka The Final Girls about why they started programming horror films, breaking through the boys club of genre fandom, and staging their own Carrie-inspired prom.
 
Elric and Brian turn a spotlight on animated films for this episode - preceded by a discussion of their earliest experiences with the form and of course "5 Films Because" each.
 
Subject:CINEMA #609 - July 1 2018 COMMUNICATE WITH US! We want to hear from YOU! Email - subjectcinema@pnrnetworks.com
 
Matthew Sweet looks at music for films that explore father/daughter relationships in the week of the release of Debra Granik's new movie "Leave No Trace".
 
Hey, folks! It's time for a rootin', tootin', brand-new episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, so git your six-shooters, rustle up some grub, and shoo away any nearby varmints so you can enjoy this episode. As you may have guessed, this is a Western-themed episode, because Scott and Josh are celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Western drama Tombst ...…
 
Subject:CINEMA presents Front Row Five And Ten #54 - June 29 2018 COMMUNICATE WITH US! We want to hear from YOU! Email - frontrow@pnrnetworks.com Voicemail - TOLL FREE - call 888-269-2443 Speakpipe - https://www.speakpipe.com/SubjectCINEMA THIS WEEK: WE'RE BACK! More wacky list countdowns - It's Front Row Five And Ten! This week, it's Kims' cho ...…
 
FIFTY EPISODES. We've watched 50 of these fuckin things. This week we tackle Andy Kaufman/Jim Carrey/Jerry Lawler and our shitty, shitty lives. Is this the series finale? What's on the horizon for Pat and Eric?? Mike Abrusci joins us.
 
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys return to discuss the 2017 South African film, Catching Feelings. The film follows an urbane young academic and his beautiful wife, as their lives get turned upside down when a celebrated and hedonistic older writer moves into their Johannesburg home with them. Discussions of modern-day South African ...…
 
We get back on track this week and finish up our Coffin Joe coverage with "Awakening the Beast" and just for fun we toss in the Horror Anthology "Deadtime Stories" we also eat some snack from Universal Yums.By outsidethecinema@gmail.com (Bill By Force And Mr. Chris).
 
Recorded live at Denver Comic Con, Brian and Cargill suit up with The Monster Squad! Joining the guys are Monster Squad cast members Andre Gower and Ryan Lambert who share stories, insights, and an apparent ongoing rivalry over who’s better at killing monsters. Also discussed is the upcoming Monster Squad documentary Wolfman’s Got Nards! Time t ...…
 
We discuss the career of the filmmaker behind SCREAM OF STONE, INVINCIBLE and SALT AND FIRE. Also, some films called FITZCARRALDO, AGUIRRE: THE WRATH OF GOD, and GRIZZLY MAN.If you have any questions or comments, feel free to drop us a line at importantcinemaclubpodcast@gmail.comWWW.PATREON.COM/THEIMPORTANTCINEMACLUBOn this week's Patreon episo ...…
 
On this episode, Tonja and Berook review the Brad Bird film, Incredibles 2. WingChick update [1:30] What Happened 2 Chocolate City [5:00] Incredibles 2 review [10:00] Spoilers [39:04] WingChick Merch! https://teespring.com/stores/wingchick-shack What Happened 2 Chocolate City [Facebook, Instagram] Music By: Panama Jackson Logo By: Vogue Wilborn ...…
 
Subject:CINEMA #608 - June 24 2018 COMMUNICATE WITH US! We want to hear from YOU! Email - subjectcinema@pnrnetworks.com
 
Matthew Sweet with film music movies and teamwork in the week of the launch of Ocean's 8 with a score by Daniel Pemberton.
 
Hey, folks! Get suited up, because it's time for a brand-new episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, and this one is going to be particularly...super. That's right, Scott and Josh are headed back to Municiberg to talk about Pixar's new film Incredibles 2. (Why, Brad Bird? Why have you forsaken the "The" in the title of this sequel?) Your hosts are join ...…
 
Episode 145: Celebrating Master Showman William Castle If you do not know the name William Castle then it's time for you to discover the master showman who invented Illusion-O, Fright Break, Coward's Corner, Percepto, Emergo and much more. And if you already know this cinematic genius then come share some love with his daughter on this 50th ann ...…
 
We back with the final WWE Studios animated feature...but it's barely even about that. Our special guest Amelia is our first woman guest and co-host on an episode and offers her unique insight and reveals the wokeness of Jennifer's Body. DIVE IN.
 
Subject:CINEMA presents Front Row Five And Ten #53 - June 21 2018 COMMUNICATE WITH US! We want to hear from YOU! Email - frontrow@pnrnetworks.com Voicemail - TOLL FREE - call 888-269-2443 Speakpipe - https://www.speakpipe.com/SubjectCINEMA THIS WEEK: WE'RE BACK! More wacky list countdowns - It's Front Row Five And Ten! This week, it's TC's choi ...…
 
Bill is laid up with a kidney stone this week so we are digging into the archives and Bringing back a classic episode with Josh from the AFS. Enjoy and we should be back on track next week.By outsidethecinema@gmail.com (Bill By Force And Mr. Chris).
 
In the epic finale of our exploration of The Blob, Brian pits Cargill against our guest Joe Lynch in a trivia battle royale...that somehow leads to Cosby impressions. The guys also discuss the guns buried in The Blob, the return of Fangoria, and how Chuck Russell saved Joe’s life. Don’t be a slimeball, download now!…
 
We speak to long-form documentary film-maker Frederick Wiseman – a master of the form – about his most recent work Ex-Libris, focussed on the machinations of the New York Public Library, his process of film-making and why his documentaries are so long.
 
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