Best Critics podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Failed Critics
Weekly
 
Failed Critics is home to the slightly shambolic weekly film podcast, The Failed Critics Podcast, where each week we review new theatrical releases, as well as revisit some classics (and not-so-classics), trawl through film news, and maybe even chat to the odd special guest. You'll also receive bi-weekly episodes of our sister gaming podcast, Character Unlock, which pretty much follows the same format, but is about computer games.
 
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HiFi Critics
Monthly+
 
A grassroots group of concerned citizens committed to taking action. We challenge the conventional wisdom and entrenched interests to serve their constituents.
 
Podcast by YourAverageCritics
 
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Social Critics
Weekly
 
Social Critics is a weekly kickback amongst friends. Each week the group will explore a wide variety of topics, and share there unfiltered opinions. With the personalities of the host and the interesting topics and guest its sure to be an interesting discussion each week!
 
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Simple Critics
Monthly+
 
Have you ever seen or heard of a movie that's coming out and wondered what a normal, everyday person would say about it? Well, look no further than this podcast! This podcast is hosted by two friends who like to watch movies and talk about them in a pretty simplistic manner. The hosts watch and discuss new movies and maybe a few discussions. Give us simple critics a chance!
 
Discussions about cinema, past and present
 
Electronic social media allow us to relate to people with our podcast and videos and post. Unlikely Critics will never truly have a fixed topic, although we will often deal with movie reviews, internet videos, current political events, celebrity gossip, bs issues, personal anecdotes, comics and humor. It is defined by a stream of consciousness style. Hope everyone enjoys what they see, read and hear from us.
 
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Tone Deaf Critics
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"Where OUR Music Matter"Tone Deaf Critics is a podcast about today's latest and greatest music done by people who are completely bias and take nothing seriously. New episodes released weekly. Follow us on Instagram @tonedeafcritics.
 
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Drunkin Critics
Daily+
 
This podcast is where I talk about films, TV, comics, and equipment while day drinking. I usually have some special guest that is actually in the industry. Don't like it what I say? Please leave a comment below so I have something to ignore. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/tvhead/support
 
Seattle Film Critics in Podcast form!
 
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Clueless Critics
Rare
 
 
Three men for whom Hollywood's best is never good enough....
 
Completely Biased. CryMor are Video Game Critics & Digital Connoisseurs. Our videos dig into Gamer-related issues & content. Join the Conversation & #CMGHype
 
A weekly comedy-adjacent podcast about the most divisive movies in history, and the people who love and loathe them. Debate Club + Movies + Friendship = This. Hosted by Andrew Bartlett and Mike Sholars.
 
We are a weekly podcast devoted to watching reviewing and critiquing movies. The movies we love, the movies we hate, and even the movies we feel indifferent about.
 
A film studies podcast by teachers who wish they had majored in film.
 
Noteworthy films recommended by New York Times's film critic A.O. Scott.
 
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Audio Book Club
Monthly
 
Join Slate's critics for monthly discussions of new and important books. Read the book club selections and then listen in as our critics hold lively - and sometimes heated - debates about the works. Part of the Panoply Network.
 
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Culture Gabfest
Weekly+
 
New York Times critic Dwight Garner says “The Slate Culture Gabfest is one of the highlights of my week.” The award-winning Culturefest features Slate culture critics Stephen Metcalf, Dana Stevens, and Julia Turner debating the week in culture, from highbrow to pop.
 
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Curtain Call
Monthly
 
RVA Theatre Critics talk about the area's theatre, including reviews & interviews
 
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Post-Movie
Monthly
 
Emphatic for the cinematic!
 
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DigiGods
Monthly+
 
From their secluded home theater compound, Los Angeles Film Critics Association members Wade Major and Tim Cogshell discuss the latest in home entertainment, mixing insightful commentary with irreverent banter to bring you the grooviest, funniest, most informative and fan-friendly (Giveaways! Listener mail!) showbiz podcast on the planet. From the biggest blockbusters to the fringiest indies, the DigiGods have it covered.
 
This collection of fantasy stories was originally serialized in regional newspapers, prior to being published as a complete volume. The stories, as critics have noted, lack the high-fantasy aspect of the best of Baum’s work, in Oz or out. With ironic or nonsensical morals attached to their ends, their tone is more satirical, glib, and tongue-in-cheek than is usual in children’s stories; the serialization in newspapers for adult readers was appropriate for the materials. (Introduction by Wiki ...
 
Bullseye from NPR is your curated guide to culture. Jesse Thorn hosts in-depth interviews with brilliant creators, culture picks from our favorite critics and irreverent original comedy. Bullseye has been featured in Time, The New York Times, GQ and McSweeney's, which called it "the kind of show people listen to in a more perfect world." (Formerly known as The Sound of Young America.)
 
The editors go inside the pages of Poetry, talking to poets and critics, debating the issues, and sharing their poem selections with listeners.
 
We review low rated movies and ask if the critics were too harsh or spot on.
 
An improvised podcast in which Susan Harrison and Gemma Arrowsmith play two critics who don't feel they actually have to see a film or play in order to review it.
 
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Snob Free Reviews
Weekly
 
Daniel and Andrew give you their opinions of movies in a way that you would talk to your own friends about movies. We also make fun of critics. Enjoy!
 
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The Reel Review
Weekly
 
Movie and TV reviews, reactions, news, and insights from the perspective of both critics and fans
 
Producer Curtis Fox explores the diverse world of contemporary American poetry with readings by poets, interviews with critics, and short poetry documentaries. Nothing is off limits, and nobody is taken too seriously.
 
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Dueling Critics
Monthly+
 
Dueling theater critics Kelly Kleiman and Jonathan Abarbanel discuss the latest stage productions and dissect the best — and the worst — of Chicago's theater scene.
 
Each week, film critics Matt Rorabeck and Eric Marchen get together to chat movie news, reviews and whatever else they feel like talking about that week.
 
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Sound Opinions
Weekly
 
Take two nationally respected rock critics, the latest music news, personal commentary, and exclusive interviews and performances, add a huge pile of records old and new, and the result is Sound Opinions - the world's only rock and roll talk show.
 
Set in nineteenth century New England, Little Women follows the lives of the four March sisters-Jo, Beth, Amy and Meg. The novel is a classic rites of passage story, that has often split literature critics but has been adored by many over the years. Intended as a book for young girls, the book is too sentimental for some but plenty of adults and young men have Little Women firmly featured in their best books of all time. The pace of the novel can be slow at times and the language almost too ...
 
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Cinema Clash
Monthly+
 
Maryland-based critics Charlie Juhl and Hannah Buchdahl debate the merits of new releases, from the mainstream movies that Hannah tends to favor, to obscure foreign films that Charlie likes to champion. It’s free-flowing, unedited conversation, with the occasional wine wager. Two very different perspectives. One entertaining podcast. Let the clash begin!
 
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Talking Stars
Monthly+
 
Movie reviews by blog film critics. Our "home" podcast page is at talkingstarspodcast.wordpress.com We are also available on itunes, Google Play Stitcher, Sound Cloud and most places where you can find podcasts.
 
Producer Curtis Fox explores the diverse world of contemporary American poetry with readings by poets, interviews with critics, and short poetry documentaries. Nothing is off limits, and nobody is taken too seriously.
 
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Spinning Yarns
Monthly+
 
Welcome to Spinning Yarns, the hit new podcast critics are calling “pretty good,” “better than silence,” and, “I don’t get it.”Jace and Liam, two best friends living on opposite sides of the planet (Liam in Perth, Australia, and Jace in Portland, USA) get together each week via the magic of the internet to discuss the latest news and events in both Australia and America.Listen in on this glorified long-distance phone call and see for yourself whether or not these yarns are worth taking an ho ...
 
Producer Curtis Fox explores the diverse world of contemporary American poetry with readings by poets, interviews with critics, and short poetry documentaries. Nothing is off limits, and nobody is taken too seriously.
 
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On The Aisle
Weekly
 
From the studios of All Classical Portland: On The Aisle is a film review panel discussion featuring Ed Goldberg and a collection of Portland's best film critics.
 
Victor Hugo's Les Misérables is a novel which tells the story of ex-convict Jean Valjean, his struggles and eventual redemption. It's hailed by many critics as not just Victor Hugo's finest work but also one of the best French novels of all time. Like most epic novels written in the 19th century, the storyline of Les Misérables spans through several decades beginning in the early 1800s and culminating in the 1832 June Rebellion in Paris. The events related to the lives of the central charact ...
 
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Starving Critics
Monthly+
 
The Starving Critics podcast from Rachael Stover and Mitchell Roush is a bi-weekly show where two wanna-be film critics talk movies, TV, and the world of cinema.
 
Brought to you by State-Lines.com -- Welcome to "Boldly Going: Creative, Brilliant, Inspirational People of the Universe on Planet Earth." If you’re anything like me, Jason Sowell, you crave inspiration. There is something within us that longs for heroes to rise amongst the ordinary to show us that we can all be better. It’s why we love the underdog, why we passionately tell the incredible story and why we flock to the superhero genre. We need the "creative, brilliant, inspirational people o ...
 
Charles Dickens is one of the most appreciated Victorian writers, his novels gaining worldwide recognition by both critics and readers. First published in 1850, David Copperfield begins with avid the tragedy of David's brother dying when David is just a boy. After this episode he is sent by his step-father to work in London for a wine merchant. When conditions worsen he decides to run away and embarks on a journey by foot from London to Dover. On his arrival he finds his eccentric aunt, Bets ...
 
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FT Life of a Song
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Each month FT music critics and contributors discuss the story of a song, from its origins and early recordings through cover versions good and bad. Formerly called FT Arts.
 
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The Canon
Rare
 
Film critics Devin Faraci (BIRTH. MOVIES. DEATH.) and Amy Nicholson (MTV News) have a weekly conversation about if a film is worthy to enter the Canon. They will put it up to fan vote at the end of the show, and the legacy of each movie will be officially decided forevermore. [This show is currently on hiatus]. Looking for the archives? All episodes older than 6 months can be found exclusively on Howl.FM, ad-free. Use promo code ‘Earwolf’ for a 30-day free trial.
 
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Co-Op Critics
Monthly
 
Co-Op Critics has series of weekly and monthly podcasts that feature in-depth games discussion, interviews with creators and more. The flagship Co-Op Critics podcast focuses on one game or series each episode and features a longer discussion. Party Chat is a weekly series covering topics from new releases to first impressions and notable events in the games industry. And Co-Op Conversations is our interview series where we speak to game developers, writers, YouTube creators and more.The show ...
 
Three film critics - Kristofer Jenson of C-Ville Weekly, Evan Crean of The Independent, and David Riedel of the Salt Lake City Weekly - review movies, including current releases, notable stuff that fell through the cracks, and whatever else pops up. We take lots of tangents, gang. Opening music: "My Life as a God" by Augean Stables. Closing music: "Pants Party" by Oilhead.
 
KIDS FIRST! Coming Attractions reviews the latest film, TV and DVD releases rated PG-13 or younger and interviews with talent from those films. The KIDS FIRST! Film Critics team share their opinions about the most recent films they have seen and events they have attended. KIDS FIRST! has produced over 350 shows since 2012 when it began on Voice America. Before you spend your hard-earned dollars at the theater or streaming a film, listen to what our youth reporters have to say about it.This s ...
 
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The Close-Up
Monthly+
 
The Close-Up is a weekly podcast produced by the Film Society of Lincoln Center that features in-depth conversations with filmmakers, actors, critics, and more.
 
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Stephen Duffy reads from "What the Fuck Was I Thinking," his essay in the January 2019 issue of Poetry, and shares some of his music.
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: shards of agreement and disagreement over GLASS, the conclusion to an M.Night Shyamalan trilogy 20 years in the making; general consensus on the biographical drama about legendary slapstick comedy duo STAN & OLLIE (aka Laurel & Hardy); a heated exchange over Poland’s Oscar hopeful, COLD WAR; and round two of ...…
 
Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot sit down with artist and musician Klaus Voormann. Klaus shares his unique vantage point to rock and roll history: he designed the cover artwork for The Beatles’ album, Revolver, lived with George and Ringo and was a session bassist on many iconic albums in the 1970s including Imagine, All Things Must Pass and Pl ...…
 
This week, Dave fills us in on the two pieces that kept him busy last week: what he's most looking forward to in 2019, and a look at some Oscar-nominated performance in films that premiered at Sundance. Next, Dave and Evan tell us about the woefully unfunny and directionless LAST LAUGH (9:45). Wrapping things up is Evan and Kris with GLASS (26: ...…
 
Ep. 101 - Worst Films of 2018 (Top 10) In this episode, Joel & Matt provide their picks for the worst 10 films of 2018. Check out our video reviews at youtube.com/thereelreview Contact us with any comments or questions at reelreviewmedia@gmail.com Follow us on Facebook or Sign Up for our newsletter HERE Check out our website at reelreviewmedia. ...…
 
Errol Morris discusses his latest documentary AMERICAN DHARMA, about former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, at the 56th New York Film Festival. This podcast is brought to you by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here. www.filmlinc.org
 
This week, it's two Smiths for the price of one as the Shyamalanamarathon continues!Can we can through the whole episode without an After Earf joke? Can Mike talk about that one Fresh Prince episode without crying? Did Andrew succumb to Stockholm Syndrome?Take your breathing fluid and set a course for Critics vs. Fans!Edited by: Mike Sholars…
 
Julia Turner, Dana Stevens, and Stephen Metcalf discuss the Golden Globs-conquering film Green Book with Vanity Fair's K. Austin Collins, Netflix's Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, and the art of the pan and the state of the bad review in criticism. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
A review of the movie Robin Hood: Men In Tights in which Danny enjoys the benefits of a free country and Andrew reveals how he beat up his brother with his permission.
 
Listen in as we interview filmmaker Aaron Kopp, co-director of Liyana, and review the films Aquaman, Welcome to Marwen, On the Basis of Sex and The Snowman 40th Anniversary.Host Sahiba K. is joined by KIDS FIRST! Critics Zoe, Rohan, Ryan and Ella.Before you spend your hard earned dollars at the movies, be sure to listen to what our youth report ...…
 
The editors discuss Jorie Graham's poem "Overheard in the Herd" from the January 2019 issue of Poetry.
 
An avalanche of studio classics fro Kino, television classics old and new and more straight talk on an increasingly wild and woolly Oscar race. DigiGods Podcast, 01/15/19 (MP3) — 31.36 MB right click to save Subscribe to the DigiGods Podcast In this episode, the Gods discuss: The Adventures of Hajji Baba (Blu-ray) Anne of the Thousand Days (Blu ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: Hits and misses from the Golden Globes; THE UPSIDE (and downside) to an American remake of a superb French indie; Nicole Kidman disappears into the role of a tormented detective in the bleak drama DESTROYER; Non-actors add authenticity and heartbreak to Lebanon’s submission for Best Foreign Film, CAPERNAUM; ...…
 
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