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We Hate Movies

WHM Entertainment

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Since 2010, the We Hate Movies podcast has been loudly celebrating and tearing apart movies from across the spectrum: from forgotten '80s actioners and insane romantic comedies of the '90s, to the early CGI blockbusters of the aughts and the hyper-nostalgic franchises of the 2010s and today. Every week, comedians Andrew Jupin, Stephen Sajdak, Eric Szyszka, and Chris Cabin pick a movie from the near-past to discuss and joke around about in all its positive and negative glory.
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Didn't Hate it Movie Podcast presented by the DeSoto Arts Institute. Join us for an undetermined period of time where we talk about movies, TV shows, and other random things. You don't want to miss the latest episode filled with rambling and movie trash talk.
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Each week Eric Wickstrom and Scott Carroll take a deep dive into various pop culture topics to discuss, debate, and rank them from worst to first. Be it the films of director John Hughes, the best of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Heroes & Villains, or Candy Bars, each weekly episode will be a fun and spirited look at the things we all love, hate, and love to hate.
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Once or twice a month comedian Ryan Young goes to see a random movie with a friend (usually another comic) and they talk about it. The twist is, we won't know anything about it before we watch it. Ryan hasn't really liked movies since 1997.
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Ian and co-hosts choose movies seemingly at random and have lively discussions about how good or terrible they may be! It's a combination of comedic recaps and reviews while mostly not agreeing with each other! Ian also loves to go on tangents! Does Ian Hate Movies...
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PS I Hate This Movie

PS I Hate This Movie

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Two comedians Sarah Hunt and James Pietragallo take an in-depth, and realistic look into our favorite romantic comedies that we love to hate. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Join the staff of the Headgum network as they try to navigate a series of quizzes, games and conversation enders poised by their coworker Geoffrey James. If you have questions, email in to hgpod@headgum.com.
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The Smokey Shelter

The Smokey Shelter

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We are two brothers from the South with way too much time on our hands...so we drink, chill and discuss movies in a buzzed comical fashion. Be warned this show if full of spoilers, harsh language and immature behavior. Listener discretion is advised. TheSmokeyShelter.com
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Podtourage: The Entourage Podcast

Podtourage: The Entourage Podcast

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Joe has seen every episode of the HBO show Entourage. Emily has not. Each week these two comedians will watch, recap and review an episode of Entourage with some great comedians and Entourage newbies from the UCB Theatre, Netflix, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Comedy Central, Samantha Bee and more joining them along the way. Recorded live from Queens Blvd baby!
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Celebrated journalist Jason Whitlock and his cast of "Fearless Soldiers" protect the realm of common sense and challenge the groupthink mandated by elites. Listen Monday through Friday for the most fearless conversation at the crossroads of culture, faith, sports, and comedy.
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Bad Movies Rule!

Cowboy Jack Pictures

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A comedy podcast for people who love so-called bad movies. The gang at Bad Movies Rule dive into movies that have either been declared bad by critics or audiences to see if they really deserve to be on the trash pile or if they actually rule. Come have a laugh with us!
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Why do fans love some Rotten films and hate some Fresh ones? What did critics make of a cult classic before it earned its cult status? In this bi-weekly podcast, hosts Jacqueline Coley, Mark Ellis, and guests go deep and settle the score on some of the most beloved – and despised – movies and TV shows ever made, directly taking on the statement we hear from so many fans: “Rotten Tomatoes is wrong.”
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Pop Culture Parenting

Dr Billy Garvey, Nick McCormack

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This podcast is about finding the sweetspot between the textbooks and real life when it comes to parenting. Dr Billy (a developmental pediatrician) and Nick (a developing parent) are a couple of dads having honest discussions about parenting day to day We'll be using iconic TV and cinema scenes from the 80's & 90's to give context to Billy's parenting advice. Please subscribe and tell us what parenting topics and movie scenes we should talk about next
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The SWAMP

Dara Valcour and Emily Kievra

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SWAMP: Some Whack Ass Movie Podcasting. The brilliant, dazzling, and entirely unqualified Emily and Dara will talk your ear off each week about a different movie. Movies they love, movies they hate, and sometimes movies they love to hate, and hate to love. Pour yourself a drink, grab a carb-based snack, and tune in to hear some hot takes on all things movies.
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CULT and CLASSIC Films is a weekly film podcast hosted by film Critic and Comedian Nate Wyckoff where two films--one mainstream and one cult--will be discussed side-by-side. So dust off your VCR (BetaMax allowed!) and get to listening about these forgotten film greats and flubs! See more on CULT and CLASSIC Podcast www.cultandclassicpodcast.com!
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A weekly movie podcast by friends, cat dads, and film bros Zack, Matt, and Dennis. After a tipsy conversation about movies the night before Matt’s wedding, the idea for a podcast where we candidly discuss movies while shooting an epic level of shit was born. Not to be taken too seriously, this show is essentially the conversation you have with your friends on your walk out of the movie theater. Despite how much we stroke off our own intelligence, we’re mostly dumb and deserve no credibility ...
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25 years ago, Mark and Carol recorded their thoughts on movies and entertainment news. Now it’s a podcast! Retro Late Fee, the latest in entertainment from 25 years ago!
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Join two Aussie girls, who hate to admit they love Hallmark movies, as they endeavour to put together a list of the best films before Christmas… and maybe even one day write their own! New episodes out fortnightly.
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You've Got Love podcast is a weekly podcast hosted by husband-and-wife team, Arthur and Keisha. Each week, they take a look at romantic relationships in your favorite movies—from comedy and drama to horror and action. New episodes on Tuesdays.
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Tis Yourself is an Irish podcast, chatting to famous people from around the world about their lives, careers, mental health and so much more. It won Best New Podcast at the first ever Irish Podcast Awards in 2022. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/tis-yourself. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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So Well Spoken

Angelus, Mike & Moris

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The Black Culture podcast. A round table to discuss race relations, current events, entertainment and pop culture. SoWellSpoken.com @SoWellSpokenPod | @SoMiskeen | @SoWellMoris | @ MiekBrzy92 SoWellSpoken@Gmail.com
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On this week's OSL, we're reviewing Alex Garland's Civil War, reacting to the new trailer for Joker: Folie à Deux, going over the weekend box office, learning about another Secret Movie™️ starring Eric Roberts, and chatting with Cinématographe curator & producer, Justin LaLiberty about some upcoming blu-ray releases they have coming out, including …
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“The American Society of Magical Negroes” may go down as the biggest box office flop of all time. Only three weeks after its release, the farcical film has been pulled from theaters after tallying just $2.5 million in receipts. Jason, T.J. Moe, Anthony Walker, and Shemeka Michelle have done the hard work and endured the movie so you don’t have to. …
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What actors have we come around on after hating them for a long time, Patrick shares some stories from when he worked security at a Drive-In theater, we discuss our favorite wrestlers as well as try to console a poor boy from California that to dea with an icy car in the Midwest. Poor baby. If you'd like to see or hear your emails and voicemails on…
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It's Sword Month! (The title is Carl's fault). We're kicking off our month of bladed cinema with A Knight's Tale, starring the late, great Heath Ledger and the brilliant Paul Bettany. Follow Us! Discord: https://discord.gg/8Xx4yakz26 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@thebigroompod TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thebigroompod/ Instagram: https://ww…
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Our panel of expert cinephiles (and readers) have all read and seen Dune 2 and are fully prepared to offer praise, to nitpick, and to argue about whether or not Timothy Chalamet ruined the movie. Featuring: Abi Porter, Gavin Bennett, Josh Porter, Matt Hughes, and Patrick PorterBy You Hate Movies
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This week on the pod, we’re giving thanks for great strides forward in the movie biz! Oh, and we’re also ripping apart the failures of production companies to give us what we deserve, dammit! STOP MAKING EMPTY, SOULESS, HUSKS OF FILMS! Get the details on this episode of CULT AND CLASSIC FILMS Podcast! Listen: Wherever you get your podcasts & at cul…
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Patrick and Rosalie Lewis go get sushi and don't pay. Download this episode here. (45.4 MB) Listen to F This Movie! on Apple Podcasts. Also discussed this episode: The King of Comedy (1983), Violent Cop (1989), Really Weird Tales (1987), Back to the Future (1985), Tokyo Pop (1988), Ladies and Gentlemen The Fabulous Stains (1982), A Rainy Day in New…
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The Third Part in our Pressure of the Pedestal Trilogy In which Sofia Coppola's nepo baby status is questioned by one host and the other can't get over Josh Hartnett's hair. However that is the case even if we were discussing THE FACULTY. This episode is on THE VIRGIN SUICIDES. Though the hosts may prefer to rewatch THE FACULTY. Less suicide. Obvio…
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Uvula lamps will be popping off in a HUGE way #trendalert. Many thanks to Toni and Julia of the Pop Culture Vultures podcast for joining us this week to discuss the 2006 crunchy muchy ooky spooky film Monster House. Be sure to check out their show and social medias!!! Apple and Spotify links here Instagram and TikTok links as well Here is a link to…
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On the heels of a record-setting March Madness for women’s basketball, the WNBA had its “One Shining Moment” on draft night. The red carpet for the league’s biggest night looked more like a New York fashion show than a WNBA locker room, and Jason says there’s one woman to thank for it. Angel Reese. With her makeup, eyelashes, and Instagram posts, t…
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For our 200th Episode Celebration, we'll be playing 5 reviewers' favorite episodes EVER! First up is Critic GREG JOHNSON's pick, which is the hotly debated EP 42: "SHORTS CELEBRATION!" Included are the shorts CREATE YOUR KILLER (2019), McMURDERER (2021) by the infamous JANICE.CLICK, the live-action FUTURAMA fan-film FAN-0-RAMA (2016), and the semin…
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Grab your Monster Manuals and polyhedral dice, because it's time for Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves! A critically acclaimed film that our cast just couldn't agree on. Join us for another episode of Sword Month. Follow Us! Discord: https://discord.gg/8Xx4yakz26 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@thebigroompod TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@…
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On this mailbag we talk everything from Twisters to English pudding, while deciding which movies we want to turn into Muppet movies and share some memories about the times we watched movies with our Dads while growing up. Email the show: ThisShowIsTrash@Gmail.com or call 262-757-8567 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Hello Horror Heads! We're on to part two of the Stephen King's The Shining Mini-Series from 1997. We continue with our upgrade downgrade voting and try to parse out why this part 2 exists. Enjoy! 0:00 Introduction 4:04 Tub Girl and TV Ratings 5:18 Corey Meade and Episode Analysis 13:25 TV Ratings Comparison 18:10 Tub Girl Discussion 27:27 Fire Hose…
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“There is a terminal velocity for us all!” - Steve, on death On this week’s episode, SHEENPRIL takes to the skies… and dives into a great conversation about the outrageous skydiving-centric action movie, Terminal Velocity! Is James Gandolfini believable as a Russian heavy? Has there been better skydiving stunts in a major motion picture? How humili…
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Now that The First Omen is out in theaters I decided to go on a journey with JoeyC and Casey to find out which movie in The Omen franchise is the worst one! Is is the sequel about teenage Damien? Could it be the one with adult Damien played by Sam Neil? How about the made for TV sequel about his daughter? Or maybe it'll be a toss up between the rem…
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Patrick Bet-David used his interview with Sage Steele as an opportunity to unleash an unsolicited, unprovoked attack on Jason. On “Fearless,” Whitlock responds to Bet-David’s criticism and advice, and he highlights exactly why PBD goes out of his way to applaud and defend Stephen A. Smith. They are both industry plants. Whitlock recaps his past run…
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Hey folks, did you know we're starting our spring run of shows NEXT WEEK in the beautiful city of Atlanta, Georgia? That's right, on April 25th, we'll be returning to HOT-lanta for the first time in seven years to play the gorgeous City Winery, where we'll be talking about the Gerard Butler man-as-video-game-avatar nightmare, Gamer! Then in May, we…
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Another week, another movie that's not the worst one we've ever seen. We're reviewing, Love on Harbor Island! Synopsis: Interior designer Lily returns home to help her Aunt Maggie run her marina-side bed and breakfast when she meets Marcus, a handsome seaplane pilot whose work delivering rescue dogs helps Lily discover that home really is where the…
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College professor and TV host Marc Lamont Hill triggered conservatives on Thursday when he weighed in on the death of O.J. Simpson. Hill tweeted: “[O.J.’s] acquittal for murder was the correct and necessary result of a racist criminal legal system. But he’s still a monster, not a martyr.” Hill elaborated and clarified his position — but did not sat…
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I'm back!! Sorry for the delay but what a guest! Richie Sadlier is here to talk football, mental health and so much more. A former Irish and Millwall player, his career ended after injuries when he was just 24 and he was left stuck. After therapy helped him, he decided to pass it on and is now a trained psychotherapist, working with young people in…
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Kenneth Knotts, a Texas man, died in police custody in 2022. Chicago police shot and killed Dexter Reed in Chicago after the criminal suspect opened fire on law enforcement. Democrats hope to use the death of Knottts and Reed, two black men, to scare black people into voting for Joe Biden in November. It’s a familiar tactic that Jason calls “The Me…
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23 guests. 3 studios. 1 joy. The 200th episode of The Headgum Podcast has arrived, and it contains overlapping dialogue galore! Zach Dunn gives Geoff writing advice. Everyone grades the first 200 episodes on a custom rubric provided by Geoff. Plus the entire onslaught of guests competes in an everyone-for-themself round of "Geoffardy" with a real p…
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You'd think a star studded cast like this would come together to create something more memorable, but Dennis' pick, Burn After Reading, falls mostly flat. Bonus convo about movie rating systems and objectivity and subjectivity's weight in scoring. Released 2008 Directed by Ethan and Joel Coen. Starring George Clooney, Frances McDormand, and Brad Pi…
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For reasons know to no one they decided to remake Don't Tell Mom The Babysitters Dead. Casey and I really liked the original and decided to revisit it. Is it really Home Alone times five like the VHS cover says? Or is it just an okay coming of age story? Watch and found out!By Screenwave Media
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A remake of the original Cabin Fever from just 14 years ago, because someone was brave enough to ask the question - "what if we did this movie again, but this time it sucked?" After everyone in the room was done clapping they actually made the thing! Same script, worse actors! James, Patrick, Mattila and Curt wade into this nonsense and take you th…
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Monkey Man (2024) Directed and written by Dev Patel, "Monkey Man" is a thrilling tale of redemption and revenge set in Mumbai. Dev Patel stars as Anand, a former underworld enforcer seeking a fresh start after serving time in prison. However, when his past catches up with him and threatens his loved ones, Anand is forced to confront his demons in a…
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Former NFL star turned world’s most famous double-murder suspect O.J. Simpson succumbed to cancer at 76 years old. Jason says that O.J. is the most consequential athlete in American history. His impact on American culture exceeds the impact of Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jordan, Babe Ruth, and even that of women’s basketball icon Caitlin…
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The time has come for us at the 'Rotten Tomatoes is Wrong' podcast family to say, "so long, farewell." When this podcast premiered in September of 2020, we wanted to shed a light on some of the films that may have been maligned by critics at the time. We wanted to cover the movies that, after watching them, made us think, "That was awesome!" or "Th…
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The Second Part in our Pressure of the Pedestal Trilogy We Pick Flick for the second part in this month's trilogy with Reese Witherspoon in a star-making performance (sorry, she was merely the fuddy-duddy in CRUEL INTENTIONS) in Alexander Payne's ELECTION. Competing with the likes of a young Chris Klein at the height of his himbo powers we discuss …
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