Best David Cronenberg podcasts we could find (Updated August 2019)
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Movie Geeks United! is one of the most popular movie-themed podcasts with a worldwide listening audience of close to 6 million. Includes film reviews, news, topic discussion, in-depth original series, and more than 1000 original interviews with some of the brightest talents in the industry, including Jennifer Lawrence, Robert Duvall, Francis Ford Coppola, James Cameron, David Cronenberg, Brian De Palma, and more. Home of the internationally acclaimed The Kubrick Series.
 
From the grue-crew behind Horror News Radio, Decades of Horror 1980s covers the horror, sci-fi and fantasy films from the Eighties. Classics from John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper, Wes Craven, David Cronenberg and more.
 
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Across America a mysterious disease is turning ordinary people into raving, paranoid murderers who inflict brutal horrors on strangers, themselves, and even their own families. Working under the government's shroud of secrecy, CIA operative Dew Phillips crisscrosses the country trying in vain to capture a live victim. With only decomposing corpses for clues, CDC epidemiologist Margaret Montoya races to analyze the science behind this deadly contagion. She discovers that these killers all hav ...
 
Join director David Cronenberg (A Dangerous Method, A History of Violence) and Robert Pattinson (Twilight, Bel Ami) as they discuss their new film, Cosmopolis.Eric Packer (Pattinson) is a billionaire chauffeured across New York in his extravagant limousine when wild activity erupts on the city’s streets.
 
Join legendary filmmaker David Cronenberg as he discusses his latest film, "Cosmopolis." The story unfolds in a single cataclysmic day, and follows Eric Packer (Robert Pattinson), a 28-year-old financial whiz and billionaire asset manager whose perfectly ordered, doubt-free world is about to implode. Heading out in his limo to get a haircut, his trip quickly becomes a nightmare when he encounters explosive city riots and is thrust into a myriad of intimate encounters.
 
This is Cinema Eclectica, the Geek Show's dedicated movie podcast, and we live up to our name. Each week our rotating cast tackle the latest theatrical releases, before reviewing DVDs and Blu-Rays of classic Hollywood, indie horror, Japanese arthouse, Czech New Wave, Italian cult films - you name it, we've done it with humour, passion, knowledge and Yorkshire accents.
 
A monthly horror movie podcast, hosted by Cliff Barnes, with writer CJ Lines and comedians Emily McQuade, Bryony No and Luke Poulton. Older episodes feature former devils Hollie Horror, Richard Trondsen, Sarah Dobbs and Phil Jerrod. Each month we look at a different theme or subgenre, with a focus on two particular movies, and every show concludes with the challenging audio clips quiz, Scary Noises.Older episodes feature former devils Hollie Horror, Richard Trondsen and Sarah Dobbs.Each mont ...
 
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'Auteur Theory' is a weekly film discussion podcast where hosts Nicholas Edward Jones and Christopher R. Smith explore the complete filmography of an acclaimed film director.
 
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The Movie Geeks speak with acclaimed cinematographer Checco Varese, ASC (The 33, True Blood) about his origins as an architect and news cameraman, his experiences working with music legend Prince, and his latest work on the horror epic IT: CHAPTER 2.By Movie Geeks United.
 
Angel of the North Has Fallen The radio's blasting 60's pop, Aidan's smoking Red Apples and Rob's barefoot for no adequate reason, which means it's time for a new Quentin Tarantino film. "Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood" has provoked heated debate about its ... well, everything, really. But what's the Eclectica take? Off the Shelf sees two Eu ...…
 
The Movie Geeks celebrate the 40th anniversary of the war epic Apocalypse Now by featuring a snippet of our 2009 interview with writer-director Francis Ford Coppola, and an in-depth conversation with editor Walter Murch from the archives of our sibling podcast Back By Midnight.By Movie Geeks United.
 
Acclaimed composer David Arnold (Independence Day, Die Another Day) discusses his Emmy-nominated work on the Amazon series Good Omens, his approach to melody, and the lessons he imparts to young students eager to enter the film scoring field. For more information on the Movie Geeks United! Art of the Score series, visit http://moviegeeksunited. ...…
 
He was the first victim on the evening of August 8, 1969. He became the ultimate symbol for being at the wrong place at the wrong time. But 18-year old Steven Parent was much more than a victim. Now, after 50 years of silence, his high school sweetheart shares her memories of the Steven she knew and loved, her regrets over the last moments they ...…
 
Tom O’Neill spent twenty years investigating the inconsistencies and lies behind Vincent Bugliosi’s Helter Skelter narrative. In our exclusive interview, he discusses the revelations contained in his new book Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA and the Secret History of the Sixties, including the lengths taken by Bugliosi to achieve his convictions ...…
 
In this fourth episode of AUGUST 69, Scott Michaels - Dearly Departed Tours owner, writer and host of Six Degrees of Helter Skelter and technical consultant on Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - discusses the people and locations that continue to reflect the Helter Skelter saga in the Los Angeles of today. For more information ...…
 
They Saved Hitler's Bath It's been 30 years since Spike Lee unleashed "Do the Right Thing" on cinemas like a bin pitched through a pizzeria window. Now, Aidan and Graham convene to give you the double truth, Ruth, about how it holds up in the modern era. Off the Shelf sees Aidan looking at the very early (and very atypical), Robert Zemeckis fil ...…
 
In this third episode of AUGUST 69, William McBride discusses his experiences as the youngest serving juror during the Tate Labianca murder trial. He reveals the most compelling evidence, the most memorable moments, and his thoughts on the possibility of one of the surviving killers being set free. For more information on AUGUST 69, visit http: ...…
 
In this second episode of AUGUST 69, Dennis Hearst discusses his visit to the Cielo Drive residence of Sharon Tate just hours before she and others were murdered, and the testimony he provided during the Tate Labianca murder trial that followed. This is the first media interview Mr. Hearst has granted on his connection to these events in 50 yea ...…
 
In this premiere episode of AUGUST 69, the original series from the Movie Geeks United! podcast, Dr. Don Noyes More discusses the friendly relationship he enjoyed with Sharon Tate in the months leading up to her murder. Dr. More's brother was William Tennant, Roman Polanski's agent and friend who was called upon to identify the bodies at Cielo ...…
 
Movie Geeks United! co-host and home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reviews the myriad of blu-ray titles released during the month of July 2019.By Movie Geeks United.
 
Beheaded by Duck Last week's director's lottery came out with Jonathan Glazer, so this week Rob, Aidan and Graham sit down for the British maverick's sci-fi psych-out "Under the Skin". Scarlett Johansson, white transit van, Glasgow - you know the drill. A special Off the Shelf, meanwhile, sees them taking selections from Indicator's Norman J. W ...…
 
The Movie Geeks present a preview of their upcoming series August 69, an original slate of interviews with figures on the periphery of the horrid events on August 8-9 of that year. The series premieres on Monday, August 5. Visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/tinseltowntragedies.htm for more details.By Movie Geeks United.
 
The Movie Geeks share their thoughts on the new Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon a Time in...Hollywood starring Leonard DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie.By Movie Geeks United.
 
This month the Devils are power tooled-up to chop their way through the longest-running slasher franchise: the eight films in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre series, as ranked by our listeners! But first, we need to talk about Midsommar (and Annabelle).Featuring CJ Lines, Emily McQuade, Bryony No, Luke Poulton and Cliff Barnes, and with apologies t ...…
 
Poundland Elvis Costello's Magic Scarf It's the circle of life: movie comes out, makes money, sequels die, and a remake grows. Jon Favreau's "The Lion King" comes under the scrutiny of Graham and Aidan this week, as well as the general trend of Disney remakes. Are there reasons for this that aren't related to the Mouse House's share price? On t ...…
 
Acclaimed actor Rutger Hauer passed away at the age of 75 on July 19, 2019. In observance of his passing, here is a replay of our interview with Mr. Hauer from 2008.By Movie Geeks United.
 
Movie Geeks United! is thrilled to welcome Scott Michaels back to the show. The owner of Dearly Departed Tours and host of the popular documentary Six Degrees of Helter Skelter, Scott was called upon to advise Quentin Tarantino and his crew as they prepared to recreate the Los Angeles of 1969. For more information on Dearly Departed Tours, and ...…
 
Movie Geeks United! speaks with actress Rachel Redleaf, a sparkling young talent who plays the role of Mama Cass in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon Time in...Hollywood. Visit Rachel's official website at https://www.rachelredleaf.com.By Movie Geeks United.
 
Critic Tony Macklin chats with Movie Geeks United! host Jamey DuVall about the principles of meaningful criticism. Topics include the importance of preserving film history, the complicated legacy of The Birth of a Nation, and how effective criticism can reflect and deepen our sense of humanity. You can read all of Tony's reviews at http://www.T ...…
 
The Last Of The English Tawdries This week Graham and Tim check out Jim Jarmusch as he pioneers un-deadpan comedy with The Dead Don't Die. Are the jokes as dusty as Jarmusch's strangely goreless zombies? Off the Shelf sees Graham covering Border - the Mubi release which combines the two poles of modern Scandinavian cinema (bleak crime stuff and ...…
 
THROAT SINGING OF TERROR Folk horror comes to the multiplexes this week with Ari Aster's Midsommar, set in a Swedish pagan commune. Aster's own preferred human sacrifice ritual involves dividing podcasters in half as to how well his movies work - what did Graham and Aidan think of this one? Off the Shelf, meanwhile, sees Graham embarking on a t ...…
 
Movie Geeks United! co-hosts Jamey DuVall and Adam Long discuss their thoughts on new releases including Spiderman: Far from Home, Toy Story 4 and Midsommar, and review the specialty blu-ray titles released during the month of June 2019.By Movie Geeks United.
 
Clovis the Action Cat We've gone weird before, obviously, but we've never spent a whole show as far out on the fringes as we do this week. Film of the Week is Peter Strickland's In Fabric, the weirdest film from the director of The Duke of Burgundy - yeah, have a think about THAT - which Rob and Graham are beguiled and bewildered by. Not necess ...…
 
Shapeshifters, seductresses, space vampires, space slugs and pod people are just some of the aliens who've invaded the Earth in horror cinema over the years. In this month's episode we take on John Carpenter's The Thing and Jonathan Glazer's Under the Skin, along with a crashed spaceship's worth of other alien invasion movies, from Predator to ...…
 
Angry Mr. Plow A universally relatable tale of the inner angst of knowing you were made from a spork, Toy Story 4 is our Film of the Week this week. The trilogy seemed to come to a perfect end nine years ago - is this worth another dip in the toybox? Off the Shelf sees Graham and Aidan get as far away from family-friendly as possible, with the ...…
 
Jules & Jim up a Mountain At 210 episodes old we can ask for all the things in the world, but that doesn't mean we're going to get anything for this "obvious" landmark. Besides, Rob and Aidan have a job to do. This week it's another of our regular Directors Lottery episodes, and the director in question for this rodeo is David Cronenberg. So wh ...…
 
Damn You 5 for £25! The uncontainable power of our sister show 4-Panel rises up and consumes us again as Mick and Andrew join Aidan to discuss "X-Men: Dark Phoenix". It's the last in a franchise that's lasted as long as two MCUs, but what's the endgame like? Of course, before we watched films with the word 'men' in the title, we had to make do ...…
 
Fritz Lang's Mannequin The show is turned upside down again this week, with three big new releases in the second half and an archive gem in the first - Sergio Martino's Poe-meets-giallo cult classic "Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key", the title of which is but the first of its delights. As for the rest, we say 'new' releases b ...…
 
Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long discusses the diverse array of blu-ray titles released during the month of May 2019.By Movie Geeks United.
 
After looking at the winners and one big loser from Cannes 2019, it's time for Eclectica to return to its B-sides series where we look back at recent films that we weren't able to cover at the time of their release, and this week are "Fighting With My Family", "Birds of Passage", "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" and "Greta" are getting the spotlight. ...…
 
This month we look at monster movies, and our featured creatures are the adorable but deadly mogwai of Gremlins, and the giant nuclear ants of Them!.We've got Critters! We've got Grabbers! We've got whatever those things are in Attack the Block! And we also go back to the black & white era for Godzilla, King Kong and Tarantula, and you'll get t ...…
 
Assiety of Sassassins It's time for "John Wick 3: Parabellum" or Wick in a Box or whatever it's called, and before Aidan and Graham adjudicate the ultra-violence like a glove-carrying Asia Kate Dillon, we've got a Question of the Week where we ask for your favourite threequels. On the other side of that, Off the Shelf sees Graham in war corresp ...…
 
The Beast of Estonian Craggy Island Three misfits alone in the dark empty vastness of a cinema showing a Claire Denis movie, Aidan, Sarah and Graham gather to review the French maverick's latest epic voyage, "High Life". We realise it may sound tempting, but do not allow Juliette Binoche to show you her box. A full Off the Shelf kicks off with ...…
 
“Where does the dream finish, and reality begin?” At times, we’ve all had trouble distinguishing a nightmare from reality. Join this episode’s Grue Crew – Whitney Collazo, Chad Hunt, and Jeff Mohr – as they struggle to discover exactly what is real in Nightmare from Hammer. Decades of Horror: The Classic Era Episode 56 – […]…
 
The ADR Doggies Bite Back Liberated from Hull, Graham settles in with Rob for a preview of perhaps the strangest sports movie ever made - Gabriel Abrantes and Daniel Schmidt's "Diamantino", with its gene-tampering weirdness, lesbian drone pilots and floof bois. It's not the last dog cameo on the show, but it's surely the best. Off the Shelf see ...…
 
Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the most interesting blu-ray titles released during the month of April 2019. Titles discussed include Melvin and Howard, Scared Stiff, Modern Romance, An Innocent Man, A Face in the Crowd and many others.By Movie Geeks United.
 
What Fresh Hull is this!? Graham's stuck in the quantum realm, so it falls to Rob and Mick to travel way back in time through the many years they spent watching all of the movies leading up to "Avengers: Endgame". It's already made more money than there is in the world, but did the Eclectica gang like it? After that, it's time for Off the Shelf ...…
 
This month the Devils take a characteristically speedy jaunt through the giallo work of the directors listed on Cliff's favourite t-shirt: Mario Bava, Dario Argento, Lucio Fulci and Sergio Martino, plus a few other notable films from the genre's heyday. Our featured movies are Don't Torture a Duckling and Deep Red, we play another round of Scar ...…
 
The Movie Geeks celebrate the 35th anniversary of the film Gremlins with director Joe Dante. This interview was originally conducted in 2009 with Aaron Aradillas on our sibling podcast Back By Midnight.By Movie Geeks United.
 
The Movie Geeks celebrate the 35th anniversary of the film Ghostbusters with co-star William Atherton. This interview was originally conducted in 2009 with Aaron Aradillas on our sibling podcast Back By Midnight.By Movie Geeks United.
 
The Movie Geeks celebrate the 35th anniversary of Firestarter by premiering a 2009 interview with the film's director Mark L. Lester. This interview was conducted by Aaron Aradillas and our sibling podcast Back By Midnight. For more information on the Movie Geeks United Anniversary Series, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/anniversary.htm.…
 
In this installment of the acclaimed Movie Geeks United! original series The Art of the Score, prolific composer Jay Chattaway (Maniac, Missing in Action, Silver Bullet) discusses his approach to film composition, his collaborations with director William Lustig, the Cannon Group and Dino De Laurentiis, and the reinvigorated fan base he's enjoye ...…
 
Surprise Johnson Insertion This week Mick and Graham go to "Hellboy" and back (which is pretty easy given that the cinema is just a short walk away), to report on Neil Marshall's euphemistically-described troubled production. Is it as bad as the internet's made out, or do they want to give it a big hand? Off the Shelf sees a very different kind ...…
 
The Cult of Kim Newman's Left Hand While getting the maximum possible out of the name 'Hermann Kermit Warm', Tim and Graham head out West for a review of Jacques Audiard's English-language debut "The Sisters Brothers", and revive an old Eclectica staple with Question of the Week. While they were watching Joaquin Phoenix's ongoing battles with e ...…
 
The Movie Geeks speak with Daniel Farrands, the director of the controversial new horror film The Haunting of Sharon Tate. Plus, MGU co-hosts Jamey DuVall and Adam Long meet for the first time during a cinema-centric trip to Los Angeles, we review new releases including the remake of Pet Sematary, and reveal the niche titles released on blu-ray ...…
 
Episode 200 - Tiny Jack Nicholson in my Pocket Things have been pretty harmonious in Eclecticaville for ... blimey ... 200 episodes! Now that we've reached such a landmark, we thought it might be nice to risk a ruck for this special edition, and have the team cover each other's favourite movies, First up, road movie hater Rob takes a look at Ai ...…
 
This month the Devils - including our new arrival, Luke Poulton - examine the horror and horror-adjacent films of writer-director M Night Shyamalan, from 1999's The Sixth Sense through to 2019's Glass... and let's just say, we won't be tagging Shyamalan into our tweets about this episode. On the whole we're not fans of his work, but we hope you ...…
 
George Clinton's Funky Disembodied Head Sick of articles and YouTube nonsense that describe what movies mean? Well, you'll get none of that here as, instead of all that nonsense, we dig into what could be the highlight of 2019's horror calendar - Jordan Peele's sophomore feature, "Us". In the second half of the show we have our very own black h ...…
 
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