Best Criterion podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Criterion Creeps
Weekly
 
Welcome to the Criterion Creeps podcast. A podcast hosted by Jarrett Duncan and RJ Balog where they talk about the Criterion Collection spine by spine in order of release every Wednesday.
 
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The Criterion Quest
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Three friends band together on an epic quest to make their way through the entire Criterion Collection
 
This feed features only the Criterion Collection related episodes of the Criterion Cast
 
All of the shows that we produce
 
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Lost in Criterion
Weekly
 
The Adam Glass and John Patrick Owatari-Dorgan, attempt the sisyphean task of watching every movie in the ever-growing Criterion Collection and talk about them. Want to support us? We'll love you for it: www.Patreon.com/LostInCriterion
 
A monthly podcast, looking at the various releases in the Eclipse Series, from the Criterion Collection.
 
A journey in time through the films of the Criterion Collection.
 
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Lost in Criterion
Weekly
 
The Adam Glass and John Patrick Owatari-Dorgan, attempt the sisyphean task of watching every movie in the ever-growing Criterion Collection and talk about them. Want to support us? We'll love you for it: www.Patreon.com/LostInCriterion
 
Listen along as two amateur film buffs make their way through the vast Criterion Collection one title at a time, all from the comfort of the couch. Each episode is recorded immediately after they watch each film.
 
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Criterion Podcast
Monthly
 
Learn about our students and faculty of La Sierra University.
 
Two Austin knuckleheads discuss movies from the Criterion Collection, as well as anything else that distracts them.
 
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Criterion Collected
Monthly
 
A show telling the story of the legendary film and special features curation done by The Criterion Collection, going all the way back to 1984.
 
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Criterion Close-Up
Monthly+
 
Mark Hurne and Aaron West look carefully at The Criterion Collection a title at a time. We discuss all things Criterion, delve into the library and will explore relevant topics such as directors, themes, actors, genres that encompass all of film.
 
A look at the new DVD and Blu-ray releases of the week.
 
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CRITERIONAUTS
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Brave film explorer comrades Joey Reinisch and Chris McCaleb journey to far the reaches of cinema. In each mission, they will analyze, report and criticize a film from THE CRITERION COLLECTION, hopefully maintaining their sanity in the presence of extreme motion picture brilliance...or something.
 
Jay Nordlinger is a senior editor of National Review and the music critic of The New Criterion. His guests are from the worlds of politics and culture, talking about the most important issues of the day, and some pleasant trivialities as well.
 
We're a husband and wife duo that met in a film noir class and have decided to watch all of the Criterion Collection releases from the beginning and podcast about our journey through cinema.
 
A weekly look at what the CriterionCast team has been watching.
 
This is the audio playground for lovers of cinema, past and present. You'll hear intimate interviews with the most interesting artists working today. You'll find in-depth stories you can't wait to share with friends. And we'll even help fill out your watch list with all the greats from foreign cinema, independent films, and Hollywood classics. Hosted by Alicia Malone and brought to you by FilmStruck, the exclusive streaming home of the Criterion Collection and TCM Select, featuring iconic mo ...
 
A Podcast where we cover all kinds of nerdy things. Books, Podcasts, Games, Apps, Movies and more. Join us for Whatcha Doin?!, Immediate Movie Reviews, Nerd's Domain on the Criterion Collection, and much more!
 
This is the audio playground for lovers of cinema, past and present. You'll hear intimate interviews with the most interesting artists working today. You'll find in-depth stories you can't wait to share with friends. And we'll even help fill out your watch list with all the greats from foreign cinema, independent films, and Hollywood classics. Hosted by Alicia Malone and brought to you by FilmStruck, the exclusive streaming home of the Criterion Collection and TCM Select, featuring iconic mo ...
 
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The Poster Boys
Monthly
 
The Poster Boys are Brandon Schaefer and Sam Smith, two designers who get together and discuss all things graphic design, share their influences, and explore and celebrate the titans of poster design history. Schaefer and Smith both work as poster designers in today’s film industry, working with clients including The Criterion Collection, IFCFilms, Oscilloscope, Death Waltz Recording Company, and Janus Films. Look as you listen by following theposterboys.tumblr.com.
 
Enter the rinky-dink film vault and welcome to Film A Week Podcast. Hosts Serg Beret and Patrick Raissi watch one film a week every Friday with a new theme every month. We review films we've never before, classics in Revisited episodes, recent films with Recent Visits and Criterion of the Month.
 
Your resource for answers to your most pressing legal questions. Attorney Bill Powers sits down with some of today’s leading legal minds to discuss everything from legal issues and legislation to practice tips and policy. If you have been charged with a crime, received a traffic citation, or been charged with Driving While Impaired (DWI/DUI) in North Carolina then this podcast is for you. An NBTA Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist with 25 years of experience, Charlotte Lawyer Bill Power ...
 
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My Criterions
Weekly+
 
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.
 
A monthly discussion of the releases from The Criterion Collection
 
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The Treatment
Weekly
 
Every week, host Elvis Mitchell conducts in-depth interviews with the most innovative and influential people working in entertainment, art, and pop culture.
 
A History of the Internet Era from Netscape to the iPad
 
Each week, comedians Michael Hing and Ben Jenkins invite their guest to trawl through the classifieds with them, and mostly just make fun of the ridiculous things on offer.
 
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NT Pod
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Podcast about the New Testament and Christian Origins. Condensed comment from an academic perspective for everyone interested in historical approaches to the New Testament. By Mark Goodacre, Professor of New Testament & Christian Origins, Department of Religious Studies, Duke University.
 
Sound piece "I’m Perfectly Fine Without You" by Daisy Patton is an ongoing project that discursively explores the perspectives of children of absent fathers through their own memory. A collection of tenuous yet emotionally charged recollections, the sole criterion is that their father was missing during childhood, with the only exception being death. The voices of the participants together form a kind of confessional, with you the listener as the recipient of their now unconcealed, personal ...
 
From Netscape To The iPad
 
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Celluloid Heroes
Weekly
 
A show that champions the film world and professes that movies are still very much alive. Co-hosts and movie nerds Sean Shapiro and Steven Fine first review and discuss a new movie. Then they weave a thematic thread through time to connect the new movie with older movies to get a chance to discuss movies from the past that they love or have yet to see.
 
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CriterionCast
Weekly+
 
Dedicated To Important Films
 
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Struggle Session
Weekly+
 
Struggle Session is a podcast about pop culture from a leftist perspective. Join Jonathan Daniel Brown, Jack Allison, and Leslie Lee III as we wade into the reactionary hellhole of modern American media. We'll talk video games, movies, TV, wrestling, comic books, music, anime, and all of your problematic faves.
 
Join speech-language pathologists (SLPs) Rachel, Lucas, and Chris as they discuss helping people with complex communication needs use alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) and assistive technology!
 
If you're like us, you can't stand it when people say, ''it's JUST a movie!'' At NJAM, we love in-depth (but fun!) discussions of cinema and TV that aim to give the art form the respect it deserves.
 
A podcast and blog about films and tv as well as anything else that comes to mind.
 
Just The Discs is a podcast about Blu-rays. Each episode, Brian Saur (of Rupert Pupkin Speaks) will go through a stack of discs from various distributors and talk about them.
 
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Earwolf Presents
Monthly
 
Earwolf Presents is a way to showcase some of our hilarious Earwolf guests who aren't able to host a weekly podcast. There is no set schedule and no host, so you could consider these Earwolf bonus episodes. Enjoy!
 
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Righteous Yammer
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Writers Kevin Kautzman and Brad Kelly host guests for sprawling and ever-interesting yammers from Manhattan and Detroit, USA. Guests include German tourists, actors, writers, filmmakers and more. If you can’t spell it, it’s not for you.
 
A podcast in which Neil Green and Bob Perfect spend a ridiculous amount of time discussing things very few people care about- VERY passionately!It's frantic, incoherent and wildly inappropriate. We think you will like it...
 
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Mildly Pleased
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Whether we're reviewing movies, making top 10 lists about random topics in pop culture, or coming up with bizarre screenplay pitches, you can bet we're not getting too worked up about it.
 
Collin A. Bullock and Ron Ervin are two stand up comedians who LOVE movies, and wanna shove that in your ears!
 
Charles Skaggs and Xan Sprouse are your hosts to the wonderful and strange world of Twin Peaks!
 
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Relational Gravity
Monthly
 
Building and measuring engaged relationships in markets, among employees and retirement plan participants. Jeff Hutson & some hyper-talented people.
 
William Renken and Charlie Stabile go through an entire calendar year of movies with When Did That Come Out? and find the gems and the diamonds-in-the-rough.
 
Agata, July and Gabe like to talk about what's trending out there. They find keeping up with what's current has its benefits. So there's the title explained. Also, hoe-downs.
 
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Harrison Ford returns as Jack Ryan for his second run as the Tom Clancy character, and we are back to discuss! Please continue to follow us on Twitter: @reelchangepod! https://anchor.fm
 
Adam and Jim are discussing The Princess Bride? Inconceivable! Join us in episode #18 as we travel with Westley, Fezzik and Inigo Montoya across the countryside of Florin, past the Cliffs of Insanity, to rescue Princess Buttercup from the castle of Prince Humperdinck, all the while avoiding the shrieking eels, flame spurts, lightning sand and R ...…
 
It's springtime and love is in the air! Actually, it's the dead of winter and everything is cold and everyone is depressed and what you're really smelling is probably chicken wings which is kind of love, if you think about it! Today on Adult Films, the podcast where comedians talk about movies, the boys in blue (they're cops now) are joined by ...…
 
Get the full episode at http://www.patreon.com/strugglesessionWill Menaker of Chapo Trap House returns to Struggle Session to discuss perhaps the greatest superhero comic of all time, Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' Watchmen. You already know what it is, let's go.Get Struggle Session merch at www.prowrestlingtees.com/strugglesession…
 
Director Spike Lee talks racial injustice and Jordan Peele in "BlacKkKlansman."By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Elvis Mitchell).
 
Director Spike Lee talks racial injustice and Jordan Peele in "BlacKkKlansman."By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Elvis Mitchell).
 
We cover the final film in the 3 Films by Louis Malle boxset this week with his 1987 magnum opus Au revoir les enfants. Before we recorded Pat and I established a rule that if at any point we start openly weeping I’d just edit that out. I think I got most of it. Au revoir les enfants provides much more context to the previous two films autobiog ...…
 
We cover the final film in the 3 Films by Louis Malle boxset this week with his 1987 magnum opus Au revoir les enfants. Before we recorded Pat and I established a rule that if at any point we start openly weeping I’d just edit that out. I think I got most of it. Au revoir les enfants provides much more context to the previous two films autobiog ...…
 
"It's not who I am underneath, but what I do that defines me."Witness the rise of The Dark Knight Trilogy with “Batman Begins.” Listen as hosts Serg and Patrick discuss Nolan’s grounded vision of the Caped Crusader and how the film changed the landscape of superheroes in film.Find more episodes and more at filmaweekpodcast.comFollow @filmaweek ...…
 
Welcome to the first ever Three Friends Weekend Edish, our new Friday show! On this episode we get into how we spent our Holidays, and discuss Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, If Beale Street Could Talk, Birdbox, Bohemian Rhapsody, Vox Lux, and Aquaman (sort of.)
 
To get this and all the bonus episode subscribe at http://www.patreon.com/strugglesession We've got a Watchmen episode coming up with Will Menaker that you must hear!-----------------------------------You demanded it! In the most requested Struggle Session to date Jack and Leslie finally lay out the case for why Batman v Superman is undeniably ...…
 
Sponsored by Quip Megha Rajagopalan is a foreign correspondent for BuzzFeed News. She is one of Jay's favorite reporters. She grew up in Maryland, and for years reported from China. She is now in the Middle East. She and Jay talk mainly about China: the pleasures and perils of reporting from there; the mass round-up of the Uyghurs; the ability ...…
 
In our 130th episode we're talking spine #149 in the Criterion Collection: Federico Fellini's JULIET OF THE SPIRITS from 1965. First RJ watched PADDINGTON 1 & 2, and CHRISTINE, and Jarrett runs down a bunch of film noir he watched (a standout being GASLIGHT from 1944). Podcast's intro song 'Here Come the Creeps' by Ugly Cry Club. You can check ...…
 
Subscribe at http://www.patreon.com/strugglesessionOn this special episode we are joined live in studio by Bryan and Brett of Street Fight! We discuss how you can buy weed in some places but go to prison for it in others, who will win Ohio in 2020, and Jeff Bezos using Alexa to send sexts.Note: The Rock story mentioned in the show turned out to ...…
 
This week Sean and Steven dive into the films of a very promising writer/director in Jeremy Saulnier (pronounced soon-yay). First, we review and discuss his latest film produced and distributed by Netflix called Hold the Dark starring Jeffrey Wright, Alexander Skarsgard and Riley Keough. Then we get into the career of the True Detective Season ...…
 
This week we're looking at Brian De Palma's 1981 film Blow Out, starring John Travolta and Nancy Allen. It's a taut and paranoid conspiracy thriller and a thought provoking examination of film making.
 
Brian is joined by very special guest Brendon Small (HOME MOVIES, METALOCALYPSE) to talk about CANDYMAN and the new Collector's Edition Blu-ray from Scream Factory!
 
Sponsored by Quip Peter Wood is the president of the National Association of Scholars. He is also an anthropologist. Jay is an old anthro major. So, they talk anthro major to anthro major, so to speak. What happened to this once-proud field? They also talk about higher education. And lower education. And online education, for college students. ...…
 
This time, Charles and Xan continue their Twin Peaks commentaries with "Lonely Souls”, the seventh episode from Twin Peaks Season 2 in 1990, featuring the arrest of Ben Horne, Julee Cruise singing at the Roadhouse, and the big revelation of Laura Palmer’s murderer! Email Ghostwood at GhostwoodPodcast@gmail.com Ghostwood on Twitter — @GhostwoodCast…
 
Well, 2018 was over. What a shit year. But there were some good movies! Today on Adult Films, the podcast where comedians talk about MOVIES, your beloved hosts are joined by no one at all for a guestless journey into the best movies of 2018! They talk superhero movies, the ocean master, communism, science fiction, what every movies ever made is ...…
 
Hear the full episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/23945129On today's bonus episode we do a deep dive into Yoko Taro's post-apocalyptic sci-fi masterpiece, NieR: Automata.
 
Karyn Kusama, Phil Hay & Matt Manfredi discuss female rage in "Destroyer."By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Elvis Mitchell).
 
Karyn Kusama, Phil Hay & Matt Manfredi discuss female rage in "Destroyer."By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Elvis Mitchell).
 
We move from a Louis Malle film we did not at all understand last week into one that we seem to get on a deeper level than a lot of critics and, frankly, that concerns me. Lacombe, Lucien is the tale of a lost young man searching for meaning and belonging who finds himself falling in with Nazi collaborators. The critics not understanding certai ...…
 
We move from a Louis Malle film we did not at all understand last week into one that we seem to get on a deeper level than a lot of critics and, frankly, that concerns me. Lacombe, Lucien is the tale of a lost young man searching for meaning and belonging who finds himself falling in with Nazi collaborators. The critics not understanding certai ...…
 
"Say, we need a miracle to save Miracles."Hosts Serg and Patrick save the Rec Center with TKO in “Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo.” Listen as the hosts dance on the ceiling, hospital wings, and engage in dance fights as they talk about the infamous sequel that might actually be better than the first.Find more episodes and more at filmaweekpodcast ...…
 
On today's Struggle Session we are once again joined by Katie Halper to discuss the worst of the worst political pundits, almost all of whom have been promoted since they got 2016 election disastrously wrong.Listen to Katie here: https://www.patreon.com/thekatiehalpershow/Tune: Miserable - Loverboy - https://miserablegrl.bandcamp.com/…
 
This week Sean and Steven get gut-punched with some black and white world cinema. First, we review and discuss the newest film from Polish writer/director Pawel Pawlikowski called Cold War. We then go back to his previous film, which won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language film called Ida from 2013. We also take a look back at another Oscar-nom ...…
 
In our 129th episode we're talking spine #148 in the Criterion Collection: Grigori Chukhray's BALLAD OF A SOLDIER from 1959. First, RJ gets caught up with some last year horror, like THE RITUAL, BLAIR WITCH, A QUIET PLACE, and BIRD BOX. Jarrett watched PADDINGTON, CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS, SORCERESS, and ATOR, THE FIGHTING EAGLE. Hot d ...…
 
This time, Charles and Xan continue their Twin Peaks commentaries with "Demons”, the sixth episode from Twin Peaks Season 2 in 1990, featuring the on-screen debut of David Lynch as Gordon Cole, Leo Johnson’s homecoming party, and Cooper’s conversation with the mysterious MIKE. Email Ghostwood at GhostwoodPodcast@gmail.com Ghostwood on Twitter — ...…
 
Tom & Chris ring in the new year by taking a little break from the collection to discuss some of the new films from 2018 they enjoyed.
 
In a sportscast, Jay asks David French and Vivek Dave about last night's championship game - Alabama vs. Clemson. Or should that be Clemson vs. Alabama? They also debate the college-football playoff system: Should more teams be involved? Later, there is talk of the NFL - including the dreaded double doink (a field-goal attempt that doinks once, ...…
 
In this first episode of what will become a regular monthly series, Rob Galluzzo joins Brian as they each go through a stack of five discs that they have acquired and watched recently! A great mix of stuff discussed here, so please enjoy! And watch for another round in February!
 
Michael Rubin is a wide-ranging authority on the Middle East, a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. In this "Q&A," Jay simply picks his brain: about Syria, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Afghanistan, and elsewhere. Rubin has a lot to say, and he says it very, very clearly. At the beginning, Jay asks him about his background: Rubin grew ...…
 
Ok, part 2 of the Stephan Paternot mega-episode right now. This is where we get into the meat of it, the good stuff, the whole crazy roller coaster ride of being the hottest startup of the dotcom era. And I was going to make this the last episode, but as I was editing this, I realized that after we get done with this story, Stephan talks a lot ...…
 
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On today's special bonus episode we discuss American Psycho—the excellent satirical serial-killer novel by Bret Easton Ellis and Mary Harron's great film adaptation—with special guest Shane from Beast Coast. We dive deep into its bloody, funny social commentary and determine who Patrick would have voted for in 2016.Beast Coast https://twitter.c ...…
 
We kick off a boxset of films by Louis Malle that are variously autobiographical, and we may have the quickest turnaround from “I hate this film” to “this later film has recontextualized an earlier one and now I maybe like that one more” in our entire run of Lost in Criterion. That is to say, neither Pat nor I really enjoyed Murmur of the Heart ...…
 
We kick off a boxset of films by Louis Malle that are variously autobiographical, and we may have the quickest turnaround from “I hate this film” to “this later film has recontextualized an earlier one and now I maybe like that one more” in our entire run of Lost in Criterion. That is to say, neither Pat nor I really enjoyed Murmur of the Heart ...…
 
Ryan and David chat about the Wacky New Year’s Drawing for 2019. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS or in iTunes Miscellaneous Links Happy New Year! High resolution! Wacky New Years Drawing Hints At The Criterion Collection’s 2019 Line-Up Janus Films to Bring 30 Classic Czech Films to the States Past Wacky New Year’s Episodes 2018: Episode 190 – ...…
 
Ryan and David chat about the Wacky New Year’s Drawing for 2019. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS or in iTunes Miscellaneous Links Happy New Year! High resolution! Wacky New Years Drawing Hints At The Criterion Collection’s 2019 Line-Up Janus Films to Bring 30 Classic Czech Films to the States Past Wacky New Year’s Episodes 2018: Episode 190 – ...…
 
Ryan and David chat about the Wacky New Year’s Drawing for 2019. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS or in iTunes Miscellaneous Links Happy New Year! High resolution! Wacky New Years Drawing Hints At The Criterion Collection’s 2019 Line-Up Janus Films to Bring 30 Classic Czech Films to the States Past Wacky New Year’s Episodes 2018: Episode 190 – ...…
 
"You tired of being stupid yet?"Season 3 premieres with “Sanjuro" to kick off Sequels & Reboot month aka Sequelitis. Listen as Serg and Patrick talk about our first Criterion pick of the year with this sequel to Akira Kurosawa’s “Yojimbo.” Listen to us talk about Toshiro Mifune’s defining role as the famous ronin and the humorous route this tal ...…
 
This week Sean and Steven catch up with a movie left over from 2018 and wrap up the year with our top 10 lists. First, we review and discuss the newest movie from writer/director Adam McKay called Vice starring Christian Bale as Dick Cheney. Then we get into our lists of our favorite movies of 2018 as well as some surprises, honorable mentions, ...…
 
Monty Python's Eric Idle advises to "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life" in his sortabiography.By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Elvis Mitchell).
 
Monty Python's Eric Idle advises to "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life" in his sortabiography.By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Elvis Mitchell).
 
In our 128th episode we're talking spine #147 in the Criterion Collection: Wong Kar-Wai's IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE from 2000. First, and for just two hours, Jarrett, and RJ, and Patreon Perk Pal Frank Solano discuss all the movies they've seen the last week. First RJ recaps SORCERESS, infamous RIDING THE BUS WITH MY SISTER, and legendary TIPTOES. F ...…
 
Unlocked!On this bonus episode we're joined by Shannon Strucci to talk about the Mad Max series. We talk hot wheels, guzzoline spills, and menacing horror of George Miller's post-apocalyptic Australia.Get all the bonus eps at https://www.patreon.com/strugglesession
 
This episode is a solo recording of David’s reminiscence about the past decade of blogging and podcasting that he’s done under the Criterion Reflections banner. In January 2009, David began his chronological sequence of writing, and eventually talking, about all of the films in the Criterion Collection in the order of their original theatrical ...…
 
This episode is a solo recording of David’s reminiscence about the past decade of blogging and podcasting that he’s done under the Criterion Reflections banner. In January 2009, David began his chronological sequence of writing, and eventually talking, about all of the films in the Criterion Collection in the order of their original theatrical ...…
 
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