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Best Classic Films podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Classic Films podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Join movie fans Michael DiGiovanni and Andrew Bloom as they set out to determine if all these so called classic films are indeed just that.
 
We're a classic film podcast. We love classic films. We love arguing. We love each other. We love being mean to each other. www.finleysonfilm.com
 
Casual Cinecast is a weekly film and TV podcast where we discuss current movies, watch through the Criterion Collection and much more! Every review has a spoiler free section!
 
A biweekly roundtable by the former editorial team of The Dissolve examining how classic films inspire and inform modern movies. Episodes take a deep dive into a classic film and its legacy in the first half, then compare and contrast that film with a modern successor in the second. Hosted and produced by Genevieve Koski, Keith Phipps, Tasha Robinson and Scott Tobias. Part of the Filmspotting family of podcasts.
 
Lifelong friends Brad and Bob are not experts--they're just two guys who really enjoy movies and whiskey. Each week, they give an in-depth review of a classic film and a new glass of whiskey.
 
A father and son watch old classic movies and then review them. Sometimes we even sound like we know what we're talking about.
 
Jack, Henry, Joe & Richie are friends from High School that share a love of film and taking the mick out of each other. Join them to dissect some of Hollywood's latest and have a good time doing it.
 
For fans of classic movies, talking with authors, archivists, filmmakers, musicians and others doing work with our film heritage. From NitrateVille.com, the classic film discussion site.
 
Two film geeks and a geek-in-training tackle the great movies from the past!
 
Film Yak is a weekly podcast featuring in-depth movie discussions. Listen in each week as Jonathan, Jon, J.R. and Kevin dive deep into a different film of their choice. Get movie news, hear trivia battles, and discover movie recommendations. Listen in for a good dose of humor and friendly banter as the hosts debate and defend their favorite films.
 
We run the risk of ruining our childhoods by revisiting fondly remembered films. Hosted by Robert Johnson and Christopher Webb.
 
Host Julie Amacher provides an in-depth exploration of a new classical music release each week.
 
Comedian and actor Gilbert Gottfried, a man Stephen King once called “a national treasure,” talks with the show business legends, icons and behind-the-scenes talents who shaped his childhood and influenced his comedy. Along with co-host and fellow pop culture fanatic Frank Santopadre, Gilbert is joined by comics, actors, musicians, talk show hosts, writers and other eyewitnesses to Hollywood history, including Bruce Dern, Chevy Chase, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Adam West, Steve Buscemi, Micky Dole ...
 
Action Orson! is a film & pop culture podcast hosted by actor/sound designer Carter Dean and writer/director Omer Afaq.
 
Podcaster Bil Antoniou of BGM: Bad Gay Movies Bitchy Gay Men goes through his Criterions and talks about the movies and the memories they inspire, along the way chatting with a few friends. This podcast is not affiliated with the Criterion Collection and no copyright infringement is intended.
 
Classic Camera Revival is a twice a month podcast all about film! We discuss cameras, lenses, film, chemistry, and using film in the 21st century.
 
A movie review/discussion podcast from Cinematary.com
 
Join Jon and Andy as they explore the world of film music, one score at a time. Each episode is an in-depth discussion of a classic film score: what makes it tick, how it serves the movie, and whether it's, you know, any good. It's a freewheeling, opinionated conversation with an analytical bent, richly illustrated with musical examples. No expertise required.The series began by tackling “100 Years of Film Scores," the AFI's list of (purportedly) the 25 greatest scores in American cinema his ...
 
A weekly podcast about photography with manual focus lenses
 
Each week on The Cine-Files we enter the world of great film and explore its ideas, history, filmmakers and the influences it has on movies today
 
Join husband and wife team, Dan and Chrysten, while they revisit classic film and television from their childhood and see if it holds up through the cynical eyes of adulthood!
 
Each week the survival experts talk their way through a recent or classic film and try to survive the scenes where the characters kicked the bucket. This is your survival guide to the movies.
 
Doc Rotten and The Black Saint from Horror News Radio recap and review the best and worst horror films from the 1970s. Grindhouse. Blacksploitation. Hollywood Blockbusters. B Movies. Films like Exorcist | The Car | Phantasm | Halloween | The Incredible Melting Man | The Manitou | Beyond the Door | Vampire Circus | Dawn of the Dead
 
Part serious film study, part sketch comedy, part round-table discussion Seeking Human Victims is an examination of some of the essential horror films of all time studied through the eyes of DIY filmmakers in training.
 
Two Catholics talking about books, movies and traces of "the One Reality" they find below the surface.
 
The Hollywood Outsider is a weekly entertainment podcast where we discuss specific topics in film and TV, review current movies, interview independent filmmakers, and put our own spin on movies and television. Winner at the 2017 Podcast Awards for Best TV & Film. Subscribe & listen to a new HO every week!
 
Elizabeth has never seen Friends before. Michael has seen every episode about 1000 times. Join them on an odyssey through the 236 episodes of the classic sitcom.
 
Switchblade Sisters is a new podcast providing deep cuts on genre flicks from a female perspective. Every week, film critic April Wolfe sits down with a phenomenal female film-maker to slice-and-dice a classic genre movie - horror, exploitation, sci-fi and many others! Along the way, they cover craft, the state of the industry, how films get made, and more. Mothers, lock up your sons, the Switchblade Sisters are coming!
 
Join Dave and Elise every week for a buggy-ride of cinematic exploration. A bilingual Montreal native and a Prairies hayseed gravitate to Toronto for the film culture, meet on OK Cupid, and spur on each other's movie-love, culminating in this podcast. Expect in-depth discussion of their old favourites (mostly studio-era Hollywood) and their latest frontiers (courtesy of the TIFF Cinematheque and various Toronto rep houses and festivals). The podcast will be comprised of several potentially n ...
 
Flaw In The Iris: The Film Podcast is a conversation with cinephiles and filmmakers about current and classic film. Flaw In The Iris is a film review blog. Carsten Knox is a film writer, broadcaster, and journalist, and the co-host of @LensMeYourEars.
 
Classic and modern film reviews.
 
A weekly podcast with film critic Mark Kermode with a series of different elements including: a podcast version of MK3D - the live show he does every month at BFI Southbank which includes movie guests and questions from the audience, Head to Head with Jack Howard in which they argue about the merits or otherwise of classic and contemporary films, 2001 Films You Must See Before You Die, Hell's Video Store plus Movie Time Travel - where Mark visits a famous film location.
 
Film critic Will Pfeifer has a deep appreciation of classic movies. His friend and co-host Billy Kulpa does not. Together, they debate what works and what doesn't in classic cinema.
 
Bogie & Bacall presents each week the great chemistry they had on the radio program Bold Venture and individual shows that they appeared.
 
A group of film lovers get together to discuss a cult or classic film that one (or more) of them has just watched for the very first time.
 
Ever picked up a film you haven't seen for a while and thought that it was an under-appreciated classic? Then, after taking it home and watching it once more, you remember what it was really like and how your memory has tricked you into buying another terrible movie. I Saw That Years Ago sets out to watch those films that we think are brilliant but which we haven't seen for a little too long to be sure. So, can our brains be trusted?
 
Totally Tell Me is a fully erect film review podcast for the modern idiot. Hosted by Dominic Mercurio (filmmaker, drummer) and Laura Weinbach (singer, guitarist). Both are members of the Bay Area-based band Foxtails Brigade. Each week, they bring on a guest from the Bay Area music, comedy, and arts scene to discuss a new or classic film as well as a grab bag of other bite sized butt nugget topics.Strap on and tune in. New episodes are released every other Wednesday on iTunes, Spotify, Soundc ...
 
Cinema Shame is a safe space, a support group for penitent moviewatchers and cinephiles who want to right the oversights in their cinematic frame of reference. Classic or contemporary film -- confess your shame and join the penitent
 
In the aftermath of total environmental collapse and the Great Social Justice War, only one surviving replicant is brave enough to live in a shopping mall and watch movies with ghosts.
 
All these movies lost to time, like tears... in...
 
Retro Ramble is a movie podcast and blog from the Brothers McGhee. Join George and Charlie McGhee as they review the TV and Films of their youth and discuss why many are still relevant and worth revisiting today. Warning: contains explicit language and poor impressions.
 
Counting down the most successful films of the 1980's one beer at a time. Also jokes...and insight...and insightful jokes. Updates every Monday!
 
This podcast will focus on classic films and analyze them with dark humor. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/classic-films--dark-humor/support
 
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We watched 1939's The Wizard Of Oz and now we just want to avoid Munchkinland at all costs.
 
The alpha & omega of Josef von Sternberg's oeuvre, 1925's The SALVATION HUNTERS and 1953's ANATAHAN, prompt us to consider whether the stormy marriage of auteur and system can sometimes be more conducive to artistic accomplishment than creative independence. Then, prompted by recent moviegoing, we announce upcoming episodes/series on Ritwik Ghatak …
 
Chris, Justin and Mike run through their thoughts on 1917 in a single take! They also list their Most Anticipated Movies of 2020 and discuss the nominations for the 2020 Oscars! - Intro (00:00:00 - 00:09:24) - News on the March! (00:09:24 - 00:47:23) - Nominations for Oscars 2020 - Most Anticipated Movies of 2020 - 1917 Discussion (00:47:23 - 01:28…
 
The Finleys talk about Sonny Chiba and two of his seminal films: The Street Fighter (1974) and The Bodyguard (1976).If you like what we do, consider becoming a Patreon subscriber at the $5+ per month level. Those who do will receive TWO additional episodes per month and access to the Patreon-only archives.…
 
“— Zuni doll gibberish —” You might not know what he’s saying, but you’re definitely not hanging around to find out! Join your faithful Grue Crew – Doc Rotten, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they relive the impact they experienced when they first watched Trilogy of Terror (1975) from Dan Curtis. […]…
 
As we take the week off, here are three of our most popular topics from last year: Classic Films, Childhood Heroes Brought Back To Life, and the Most Quotable Movies. The HO will return with our 2020 Movie Release Extravaganza on January 15, 2020! First up, from Episode 361: We discuss the concept of classic films and what defines them for us. We a…
 
Part 1: Zach, Reid and Andrew discuss movies they saw this week, including: Weathering with You, Underwater and Honeyland. Part 2 (39:37): The group continues their Shah Rukh Khan series with 1994's Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa. See movies discussed in this episode here. Also follow us on: Facebook Twitter Letterboxd Spotify Stitcher Radio Radio Public ★ S…
 
This week on The Cine-Files, John and Steve conclude their exploration of what is unquestionably one of the greatest films of all time, Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai. Don’t forget to support The Cine-Files at https://www.patreon.com/TheCineFiles and purchase any film we feature at https://www.cine-files.net Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheCi…
 
We are so lucky to be joined by the phenomenal director of the new film She’s Missing, Alexandra McGuinness. She’s on the program to talk about the aptly chosen movie, Otto Preminger’s Bunny Lake Is Missing. Alexandra discusses the significance of making films in foreign places. She elaborates on unintentionally making her work personal. And she ch…
 
From 1959 “Odds Against Tomorrow” is a taut and foreboding film about a bank robbery, racial hatred and human weakness that many people think is also an allegory for the cold war tension at that time between the U.S. and U.S.S.R. Director Robert Wise selected early spring of March 1959 and creative cinematography using black and white film to succe…
 
Hey Cine-Files, last week we lost the great, talented and uniquely funny Buck Henry, whose writing and performances amused and challenged us on everything from Get Smart and Saturday Night Live to The Graduate, 30 Rock, Murphy Brown and To Die For. We pay tribute to him here and re-release our discussion of his most ground breaking film, Mike Nicho…
 
What do you want from TV in 2020? On this episode, we're discussing television in 2020. Specifically, with over 500 scripted TV shows in 2019, what more could we possibly want from the medium over the next several months? Genres? More baking, true crime, cheerleaders, what do we want from TV in 2020? We follow that up with our 15 most anticipated T…
 
We're counting down our favorite films of 2019! Some shocking picks, some predictable picks (if you've been listening to all our 2019 episodes), and one particularly furry pick.... email us your favorite film of 2019: totallytellme@gmail.comFollow us on Instagram:Totally Tell Me - @totallytellmeDominic Mercurio - @dominicmercurioLaura Weinbach - @f…
 
This Friday on The Cine-Files, John and Steve conclude their exploration of Akira Kurosawa's masterpiece, Seven Samurai. Don’t forget to support The Cine-Files at https://www.patreon.com/TheCineFiles and purchase any film we feature at https://www.cine-files.net Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheCineFilesPod/?ref=bookmarks John @therochasays St…
 
This week on New Classical Tracks, members of Chicago-based Black Oak Ensemble discuss their debut album 'Silenced Voices.' The recording features string trios by six Jewish composers, all but one of whom perished during the Holocaust.
 
Going to space with Xenomorphs that speak english, a super Heavy Metal version of Beetlejuice, Highlander Jim Carrey, and more!
 
Awards special - Mark and Jack Howard review the BAFTA and Oscar nominations For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
 
Yo! In this corner is Bill Conti’s score for the 1976 boxing drama Rocky! How did this whole movie wind up punching above its weight? How do some chords that start out weak later find themselves getting strong now? And, how many times as long as the score is this episode? (Answer: 5)By StS
 
We return to Orchard House and Concord via Greta Gerwig’s new LITTLE WOMEN, which takes a much less traditional approach to Louisa May Alcott’s famed novel than Gillian Armstrong’s 1994 version, while still hitting on enough nostalgic touchpoints to feel like a faithful adaptation. In this second half of our March family double feature, we dig into…
 
Not content to bring one special lens to the party, Perry brings three absolute stunners with him, while Simon’s back shooting his Sony. We also catch up on Johnny in the darkroom (yes he did say he was done with that), and catch up on the emails we ran out of time to discuss last week. A show packed to the gills with lens talk in an attempt hold o…
 
"It's Alive! It's allliiiiiiveee!!!" - Ok, so we've been waiting to do that since the season was announced. Season 5 continues our look at Universal Monsters with FRANKENSTEIN (1931). We'll look at how Universal found even greater success with another literary adaptation, compare the differences from the source material, find out what the film adde…
 
Comedian, writer and Emmy-nominated actor Paul Reiser drops by the studio for a funny and intimate conversation about breaking into standup, shooting a (failed) pilot with Gilbert, working with longtime heroes Peter Falk and Alan Arkin and recreating the glory days of "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson." Also, Mel Brooks brings wine, George Carli…
 
Bob and Brad are joined by frequent guest host Jordan McCain to review their first Stanley Kubrick film, his seminal 1968 classic 2001: A Space Odyssey. This film legitimized the science fiction genre in contemporary American cinema and is considered by many one of the five best films ever made. Bob, however, is significantly cooler on it in his re…
 
This week we revisit a Chinese tale of wine, woman and Sorghum. Plus we chat about innovations in vegan food and how not to behave at parties. Join us for...Red Sorghum To contact the show email show@isawthatyearsago.com You can also support us via Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/istyaBy Martyn Darkly & Gentleman Joe
 
This week we talk Paul Schrader’s 2002 Bob Crane biopic, Auto Focus. We also discuss those pesky Oscar nominations as well as other stuff we watched. Thanks for listening. Enjoy! filmyakpodcast@gmail.comBy Film Yak
 
Monsters, magic and mayhem. The world of The Witcher is filled with danger. The Continent needs a survival guide and the survival experts are ready to dish out some wisdom. How to avoid being cursed, eaten and chopped up, the survival have got you covered. E-mail your survival suggestions to us at wecouldsurvivethat@gmail.com or Twitter @WeCouldSur…
 
Part 1: Zach, Ash, Dylan and Andrew discuss movies they saw this week, including: 1917, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and Tap. Part 2 (43:27): The group continues their Shah Rukh Khan series with 1995's Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge. See movies discussed in this episode here. Also follow us on: Facebook Twitter Letterboxd Spotify Stitcher Radio Ra…
 
Seven Samurai is one of the most powerful, archetypal and influential movies in the history of art and Steve and John can’t wait to talk about it. Don’t forget to support The Cine-Files at https://www.patreon.com/TheCineFiles and purchase any film we feature at https://www.cine-files.net Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheCineFilesPod/?ref=bookm…
 
This week, for Warners Bros. 1931: THE MALTESE FALCON (dir. Roy Del Ruth) and THE LAST FLIGHT (dir. William Dieterle). Warners is an early adopter of Dashiell Hammett, but is his least political novel a good fit for the most political studio, or not? And Dieterle, in his first English-language film, turns Warners into Paramount and tackles the Lost…
 
Ferris Bueller, Turner & Hooch, Splash and more on this ridiculous episode.
 
This week we have one of our very own Max Fun pals on the program, writer and Round Springfield co-host Julia Prescott! She’s on the show to talk about the delectable Addams Family Values. Julia discusses her love of 90’s comedies and the genius of Joan Cusack. Plus she elaborates on her own writing mindset and the joy of taking silliness very seri…
 
Bob and Brad break down the 2020 Oscars, including a discussion of how films get nominated, the politics behind which films win, and why the Academy always seems to nominate movies that regular people have never heard of. Film & Whiskey Podcast. New episodes every Monday. Film & Whiskey Instagram Film & Whiskey Facebook Film & Whiskey Twitter Call-…
 
In this month's episode, stuff's about to get real, as Charlie and George head to Miami like a couple of Bad Boys. That's right, with the imminent release of belated sequel Bad Boys For Life, the brothers McGhee are channelling their Michael Bay excesses to look back at Bad Boys aaaand Bad Boys 2! From the franchise's surprising origins to some ama…
 
If you go down to the woods today, be sure of a big surprise. And that big surprise is ... special guest Rob Marland from the fantastic My Mum Has Seen A Movie podcast. Together, we compare foot sizes and discuss the 1987 sasquatch favourite HARRY & THE HENDERSONS.By Chris Webb, Rob Johnson, Rob Marland
 
This Friday on The Cine-Files, John and Steve continue the month of Kurosawa, by beginning exploration of what is arguably the most important film in the history of Japanese Cinema, Seven Samurai.Don’t forget to support The Cine-Files at https://www.patreon.com/TheCineFiles and purchase any film we feature at https://www.cine-files.netFacebook: htt…
 
This is our 2020 Movie Release EXTRAVAGANZA! On this year's episode, we break down the most anticipated releases of the 2020 movie calendar, including ours and listener picks as well. And with the year already in full swing, it’s finally time to look ahead at all of the exciting releases still to come in 2020! We kick things off with the most antic…
 
This episode covers #917 in the Criterion Collection, The Awful Truth by Leo McCarey, featuring special guest Adrian Shepherd-Gawinski. Listen to it here: REVIEWBy Bil Antoniou
 
The Finleys talk about two very different films from director Fritz Lang: Metropolis (1927) and The Big Heat (1953).If you like what we do, consider becoming a Patreon subscriber at the $5+ per month level. Those who do will receive TWO additional episodes per month and access to the Patreon-only archives.…
 
Special guest Joseph warns Julie to avoid Dr. Cesares' cocktail hour. Scott waits in line for communion. He feels surprisingly healthy afterwards. Episode 223: The Devil's Backbone (2001), directed by Guillermo del Toro. Download or listen via this link: |Episode #223| Subscribe to the podcast via this link: Feedburner Or subscribe via iTunes by cl…
 
2019 Memoriam for Vintage Film People • Remembering Eileen Bowser • Steve Massa on Roscoe Arbuckle, Filmmaker (64:41)By Michael Gebert
 
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