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Best Comicbookmovies podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Comicbookmovies podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Welcome to Feelin' Film. Aaron and Patrick embark on a quest to change the tone of film criticism, one movie review at a time. Discussion is family friendly and centered around positive takeaways and emotional experience more than technical merit. We believe that all art is worthy of some praise and every movie makes us feel something. Tune in and join the conversation. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/feelin-film/donations
 
Greetings, Citizens. Join us as we review some of your favorite geek genre films. We're working chronologically from 1951 to the present. Occasionally we'll interrupt the list of movies to bring you Trailer Talk episodes, in which we take a look at new trailers for upcoming movies. Hosted by Travis and Patrick.
 
Cinematic Universe is a podcast all about superhero and comic book movies and TV. Each episode, we look at one movie or show and find out more about the comics behind the screen. Along the way we run through the latest news across the genre, recommend related reading to explore, and pitch our not-always-entirely-serious ideas for future superhero films. From Iron Man to The Dark Knight, from Scott Pilgrim to Spider-Man, from The Incredibles to Howard the Duck, everything across the entire ci ...
 
This is Bad Pop Rising, a pop culture podcast that reviews new and classic movies, trailers, television and any other pop culture we find exciting! We’ll discuss theories and opinions and maybe you’ll listen or maybe you won’t but we honestly don’t care because we’re gonna do it anyway.
 
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We return from a brief break before the end of the month to deliver the Patron-chosen March Donor Pick episode. Timing couldn't be better because while we're crying over the loss of what would have been baseball's opening weekend, we can instead discuss a movie that celebrates the sport and the women who once upon a time played it professionally. P…
 
With Diamond not shipping after their last warehouse orders, local comic shops are in a weird spot. So a bunch of creators on Twitter have been talking about a new DC Vs. Marvel Comics crossover to rejuvenate things. We talk about some of the fun ideas, are own and who should write and draw things! COME DREAM WITH US FRIENDS! LET'S GO! Be a part of…
 
Over on our Patreon, James is currently going through every single episode of the classic X-Men: The Animated Series on a near-daily basis, talking each time about how the episodes stand up and how they relate to the original comics. This is a FREE PREVIEW of one of the episodes - specifically, the show's third episode, Enter Magneto. If you like w…
 
Reel Comic Heroes 091 - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze with Ralph Attanasia Back by Bodacious Demand! We’re here to look at the sequel that needed no hype because your parents were going to take you to see it anyways. It’s time for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze. That also means we’ve also got Ralph…
 
It totally makes sense that we’d invite a guy known for doing a Sonic the Hedgehog-related podcast on for the episode after Sonic the Hedgehog; just as it also makes sense that we’d do an episode about a movie that features a terrifying post-apocalyptic scenario in the early 2020s when… well, yes, exactly. Anyway, we welcome the brilliant Chris McF…
 
It's our Coronavirus Special! And we're only... kind of kidding, as we talk about New Mutants being pushed back yet again, as well as our thoughts on the final Black Widow trailer (if indeed we do get to see that film soon). We also take listener questions on topics such as the early The Batman pictures, our favourite comics about pandemics, and co…
 
"Black Label" is a special series that began during Black History Month 2020 where four Critics of Color sit down to discuss their love for movies. This special series highlights perspectives in film criticism that are vital to the culture because they are for the culture. In final episode of the series, the crew closes out by discussing the best e…
 
"Black Label" is a special series that began during Black History Month 2020 where four Critics of Color sit down to discuss their love for movies. This special series highlights perspectives in film criticism that are vital to the culture because they are for the culture. In this episode, our round-table tries to define what black cinema is and th…
 
This week we're discussing director/writer Leigh Whannell's sci-fi/horror modern remake of a Universal Pictures Classic Monster movie. With a stunning performance by Elisabeth Moss, incredible visuals and sound, and a plot that fits perfectly in our current times, this intense perspective-switching story is ripe for conversation about trauma, abuse…
 
Our name is Cinematic Universe. We had an accident, and woke up watching a Sonic the Hedgehog movie starring Jim Carrey. Are we mad, in a coma, or back in time? Join us as we try to figure out what the hell’s going on in this crazy world, not least the idea that a movie based on a beloved ‘90s videogame might actually not be completely terrible? Ci…
 
We are joined by two very special guests to discuss a film they consider to be one of the best of its decade. This Barry Jenkins masterful imagining of James Baldwin's novel is a gorgeous depiction of love in early 1970's Harlem, and the painful racial and economic struggles that love must endure through. Barry Jenkins makes movies you feel, and ou…
 
"Black Label" is a special series that will run throughout Black History Month 2020 where four Critics of Color sit down to discuss their love for movies. This special series highlights perspectives in film criticism that are vital to the culture because they are for the culture. In this episode, our round-table answers questions from the listeners…
 
It’s our first new release of 2020! And it’s not a bad one to kick off the year with, as Cathy Yan’s energetic, entertaining Margot Robbie-and-chums vehicle takes its place as easily one of the best entries in the DCEU so far. Seb, James and Caroline discuss just why it’s so much damned fun, and why we’re disappointed that not enough people have be…
 
"Black Label" is a special series that will run throughout Black History Month 2020 where four Critics of Color sit down to discuss their love for movies. This special series highlights perspectives in film criticism that are vital to the culture because they are for the culture. In this episode, our round-table ponders how best to combat tropes in…
 
We have our annual post-Oscars conversation, discussing our favorite speeches, biggest surprises, history-making wins, and more. Then we reveal the 2020 listener-nominated and listener-chosen Feeler's Choice Awards! Oscars Recap - 0:01:25 Feeler's Choice Winners Announced - 1:06:57 Follow & Subscribe Aaron Twitter Facebook Patrick Twitter Facebook …
 
For Oscars week, we bring you our annual review of this year's excellent slate of nominated short film selections, as well as our Oscar predictions. Unlike many pundits, we would never tell you to follow our lead, but maybe us talking through our picks will help you find some clarity. Live-Action Shorts - 0:01:59 Animated Shorts - 0:28:42 Documenta…
 
For our fourth and final week of Makoto Shinkai Director Month, we discuss his 2007 episodic film about longing for love across the years. As we note, it's a beautiful bridge between earlier Shinkai works and his eventual feature film "Your name." and (in what should be no surprise) another powerful emotional viewing experience. 5 Centimeters Per S…
 
Our time with Christopher Reeve finally comes to an end, as we tackle the awe-inspiring majesty that is 1987’s biggest blockbuster: Superman IV: The Quest For Peace. It’s in no way a competent film, we can all agree on that – but is there a way to approach it that means we might still get some enjoyment out of it? Is it in fact, pretty much the ult…
 
In week three of Makoto Shinkai Director Month, we dig into his 45-minute short film from 2013 about a young student and a mysterious woman who meet under the rains of Tokyo in a beautiful garden gazebo. It's a lovely, slice-of-life tale with Shinkai's signature striking weather animation and incredible sound design that helps pull you in emotional…
 
It's week two of Makoto Shinkai Director Month and we are stepping forward in the filmography to cover his newest film, which centers around the bond between a teenage runaway and a teenage orphan, set against the backdrop of climate change-induced crazy weather. As always there is a lot to emotionally unpack, and maybe a statement about humanity's…
 
Seb and James come roaring into 2020 with trailer chat on Birds of Prey and Morbius, as well as the ramifications of Scott Derrickson’s departure from Dr Strange 2. And we managed to forget to even talk about the New Mutants trailer, which means that hey, we can continue pretending it doesn’t exist! For information regarding your data privacy, visi…
 
This week, in a special episode of FF+, we bring to you an interview with 2D Sequence Director and Voice Actor for "SGT Stubby: An American Hero" Jordan Beck. Jordan is also the Chief Operations Officer for Fun Academy Media Group. We talk about their excellent latest animated film, its educational and historical value, and the kind of engaging lea…
 
We kick-off our fourth annual Director Month with the first feature-length film from one of our favorite animation directors, Makoto Shinkai. Much like Christopher Nolan, Shinkai has a keen sense for modern science fiction, but he also weaves romance, coming of age stories, and history into his films. This one is no different, as it features elemen…
 
It was a bit of a longer edit than we anticipated, so apologies for the delay – but finally, we can box off the last decade by bringing you the second part of our 2019 awards special! Listen on to find out what Seb, James, Joe and Caroline thought were worthy of attention in such categories as Worst Film, Best Actor/Actress, Best Hero, and the all-…
 
We close the book on 2019's year in film with our annual end of year special, where we cover a multitude of topics and share highlights (and lowlights) from the year. We also spend the opening portion of this episode recapping the 2020 Golden Globe Awards. Golden Globes Recap - 0:01:30 End of Year Special - 0:19:30 Favorite non-2019 first time view…
 
So, 2019. The year of Endgame, Joker and, er, Dark Phoenix. But also the year we covered a range of films including Snowpiercer, Supergirl, Addams Family, The Matrix, The Dark Knight Rises and Blade II. The question is, which of these films were worthy of awards in our annual handing-out? Seb and James are joined by Joe and Caroline in this very sp…
 
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