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The Villain Was Right

The From Superheroes Network

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Comedians Craig Fay and Rebecca Reeds view Movies and TV from the villain's perspective and dare to ask if they were really all that bad. Podcast Produced by Andrew Ivimey for The From Superheroes Network.
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Podcast version of the campy, retro YouTube show. Outrageous discussions on horror, comedy, fantasy & sci-fi (but primarily horror) 🎃 https://www.youtube.com/c/TheCULTSHOW
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Every Movie EVER!

Ben Groves & Rob Macfarlane

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A grim record of the worst cinema has to offer and the movie brilliance you probably missed. Ben Groves and Rob Macfarlane meander through the mess of film theory, cinema trivia and career lowlights of Hollywood in a vain attempt to conceal their many personal faults.
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A horror movie review podcast that puts the fight in fright. We review a film every other week and at the end of the season we'll have a tournament to see who is the champion in the Little Bracket of Horrors Death-match.
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Here's the deal: Eric, Kelly, and Vanessa are all film school grads, film lovers, and filmmakers. They love to review movies and talk shop, and now they're doing it in front of microphones. Links to our social media can be found here: https://www.strangeaeonsradio.com/ Podcast by StrangeAeonsRadio
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Oldie But A Goodie

Sandro Falce & Zach Adams

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Join Sandro Falce and Zach Adams as they embark on a journey throughout the years 1920 - 2000*. They will review one film from each year, every week, and decide whether the movie is an oldie or a goodie. (*: For 2019 episodes, we cover 1994. For 2020 episodes, we cover 1984. For 2021 episodes, we cover 1987. For 2022 episodes, we cover 2001.) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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On the Crooked Table Podcast, Robert Yaniz Jr. and company celebrate the creative, quirky and downright peculiar parts of the pop culture and, more specifically, the movie industry. Each episode provides in-depth reviews and lively discussions of current releases, lesser-known gems and nostalgic favorites. Pull up a chair and join the conversation... In short, welcome to the Table!
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A round table film review podcast hosted by Rick Fox, Josh Birch, Brian Poteete, and Alana Jones. Join us every Monday as we yell about movies. Come join our discord! https://t.co/WwwXmsh2MZ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Opinioncast Support us! https://www.patreon.com/opinionated Check out Rick's books! https://www.amazon.com/stores/Rick-Fox/author/B00LM9YTMI
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For most of her life, host Stella Cheeks was afraid of all things that went bump in the night. Despite having black hair, a bad attitude, and a bevy of tattoos, she was everything a horror fan was not. Mainly, scared! Until she turned thirty. Now with a newfound, totally unearned confidence, she is making up for lost time through friendship, exposure therapy, and, most spookily of all, academia!
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A horror movie podcast but better than the rest , join Horror movie Fans Andrew Maddock, Emma Louise Dodge & special guests has they discuss the latest and the not so latest Horror films . We rate horror films and put them in our horror league table as we try and work out the best horror film of all time . We talk horror news each week, decide who joins our horror movie gang horror hall of fame and usually diss and salivate at some horror Classics and some not so much classics . Join the bes ...
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No more excuses! Join these heroic podcasters as they plunge the depths of cinema to watch all the movies they should have seen long ago. From classics like Citizen Kane to fan favorites like The Princess Bride, your hosts seek to not only make up for their years of cinematic ignorance but to delight the masses with their thoughtful and entertaining examinations.
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What’s Up Man? Podcast

What’s Up, Man? Podcast

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Welcome to ”The What’s Up, Man? Podcast,” your gateway to a universe of entertainment and inspiration. Join us as we explore the vast realms of movies, music, beer, comics, current events, sports, and imaginative projects. From the silver screen to the concert stage, from the taproom to the comic book shop, from the latest headlines to the thrilling world of sports, we will ignite your imagination, we’ve got it all covered. Get ready to immerse yourself in a captivating audio experience that ...
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This is At the Brewvies, where four friends share a beer and talk about movies. A film industry professional, a civil engineer, a lawyer, and a radio engineer -- who does not watch the movies, but instead only reads the Wikipedia page -- have a good time and an honest discussion about movies. www.atthebrewvies.com @atthebrewvies
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Movie Podcast Now!

Movie Podcast Now!

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Your one-stop video shop wherein your geeky clerks Phillip “Pro-Wrestler” Shadburn and Michael “Struggling Indie Filmmaker” Benton guide you through our collection of video nasties, slasher films, 80s and 90s action flicks, and much, much more. From the blood-soaked shores of Crystal Lake to the even-more blood spattered biceps of Arnold Schwarzenegger, this podcast leaves no factoids un-murdered.
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Nick Nack Goes To The Movies is your one-stop shop for all things movies, television, and pop culture (especially horror, Disney, and super hero things). So hold onto your butts, take that red pill, and stay in wonderland, as I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes.
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For our final episode in the 80s, we're reviewing a cult classic comedy by "Weird Al" Yankovic called 'UHF'! It's about running a low-budget TV station, which gives Weird Al an excuse to make a bunch of parodies of popular movies, poke fun at television ads from the 80s, and get all his comedian friends to come in and make a couple of jokes! Joinin…
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Jason McCord of AEA Press joins us to talk THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION. We're looking at themes of dehumanization, institutionalization, friendship, justice, and hope. And the greatness of Clancy Brown. Can't forget about that. Thanks for listening. Follow us on social media at the following links: Get TWO MONTHS OF FREE Podcast Hosting by going to Li…
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Welcome to Little Ian of Horrors! Thank you for joining us for this LIOH episode! In this episode Ian ended up Little Shop of Horrors (1986) from his Wheel of Destiney and Fortune. Follow us on: Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100076990656434&mibextid=LQQJ4d Instagram- https://instagram.com/littlebracketofhorrors?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2…
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Mark and DJ Valentine discuss the 2023 comedy The Holdovers. Directed by Alexander Payne, and starring Paul Giamatti, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Dominic Sessa and some hormonal vulgarians, the Academy Award winning movie is absolutely delightful. In this episode, they talk about excellent screenplays, trampoline injuries, and Paul Giamatti. Enjoy!…
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Rebecca and Craig celebrate the 300th episode of the Villain Was Right by talking about Zack Synder's ab muscle laden action film. We're talking about the REAL history of the battle of Thermopylae, how awful the Spartans treat their children and defend the OG Prince of Persia: Xerxes. Produced by Andrew Ivimey as part of The From Superheroes Networ…
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Journey to the ends of the Earth as we look at the third and final season of the Netflix series, Sweet Tooth. Our shopkeeper looks at the story, the old and new characters and actors, the themes, the effects, the conclusion, as well as everything that worked and didn't work in this sci-fi fantasy. WARNING: SPOILERS Visit Odds Bodkins Curiosity Shop…
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Join us as we embark on a journey back to our origins, delving into various topics during this episode. We explore the intriguing new horror film, "In A Violent Nature," which offers a unique perspective on the horror genre, reminiscent of the enigmatic aura surrounding Jason Voorhees. Moving on, we delve into the controversy surrounding Caitlin Cl…
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Sandra has done the unthinkable, she has picked a non-horror title 😱 If it wasn't going to be horror, it most certainly had to be drag. Happy 30th Birthday Priscilla! Support For Maui Hawai‘i Community Foundation https://www.hawaiicommunityfoundation.org/maui-strong Hawai'i Salvation Army https://hawaii.salvationarmy.org Aloha United Way https://ww…
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Artist joins us to talk about THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI. We’re exploring Authoritarian dictatorships, insanity and reality, the subjective perception of reality, the duality of human nature, and why you should always seek out a copy of the original print of a film. Thanks for listening. Follow us on social media at the following links: Get TWO MO…
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Mark and Erik discuss the 2003 science fiction film Timeline. Directed by Richard Donner, and starring Paul Walker, Gerard Butler, Frances O’Connor and several trebuchets, the movie focuses on what happens when a group of archaeologists travel back in time and get involved in some historical shenanigans. In this episode, they also talk about Michae…
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The second film in our pairing of police comedies, also from 1984, is an example of just how well law enforcement, action, and comedy can be combined! Directed by Martin Brest, "Beverly Hills Cop" follows the story of Axel Foley (Eddie Murphy), a young and newly-minted Detroit Police detective, who is out to make a name for himself, regulations be …
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Dive into the shark infested horrors of the new Netflix film, Under Paris. Our shopkeeper looks at the story, the characters, the influences, the atmosphere and tension, as well as everything that worked and didn't work with this French film. WARNING: SPOILERS Visit Odds Bodkins Curiosity Shoppe on our socials and podcast links: https://linktr.ee/o…
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Ben & Rob watch ‘Godzilla Minus One’ wipe out our tissue box for ALL the reasons; 2023’s Japanese Toho franchise entry became a global sensation, winning the Oscar for Best Visual Effects and making over $100million at the box office. Directed by Takashi Yamazaki and starring Ryunosuke Kamiki, Minami Hamabe and Yuki Yamada, ‘Godzilla: Minus One’ te…
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We're two big dino fanboys, so we jumped (or should I say stomped?) at reviewing 'The Land Before Time' for this week's journey to 1988! It's the classic animated dinosaur movie, created by Don Bluth, Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy, and George Lucas. But here's the thing... We aren't kids anymore, so will we still enjoy this film? We gave it a …
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Craig and Rebecca are joined by special guest Tracy Hamilton (@hamiltrace) to discuss the tear-jerking Pixar film. We discuss emotions - both real and personified, imaginary friends, and defend the idea that SOME emotions shouldn't be in charge. Check out Tracy Hamilton's debut stand-up album "Human Person" available everywhere June 14, 2024. Produ…
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Mark and Zanandi (@Zanandi on X) discuss the 1998 crime thriller Wild Things. Directed by John McNaughton, and starring Neve Campell, Denise Richards, Matt Dillon, Kevin Bacon, and several alligators, it’s one of the best trashy thrillers of the 1990s. In this episode, they also discuss pool fights, peeping animals, and the best trashy thrillers of…
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Oh what a day, oh what a lovely day. We get to review Fury Road. Will it carry us into Valhalla or will it just be MEDIOCRE!? Come join our discord! https://t.co/WwwXmsh2MZ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Opinioncast Support us! https://www.patreon.com/opinionated Check out Rick's books! https://www.amazon.com/stores/Rick-Fox/author/B00LM9YTMI…
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This pairing celebrates the tradition of combining law enforcement, action, and comedy with two films, both from 1984! First up, director Hugh Wilson shows us one possible result of relaxing admissions in law enforcement! In "Police Academy," we meet Carey Mahoney (Steve Guttenberg), a constant recipient of law enforcement being given a choice: Jai…
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Stare into the darkness of the vast wilderness and find out what stares back as we look at the new film, The Watchers. Our shopkeeper discusses the story, the characters and actors, the source material, the effects, the sounds, the look and feel as well as everything that worked and didn't work in this horror film. WARNING: SPOILERS Visit Odds Bodk…
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Ben & Rob take a bite of ‘Abigail’, the 2024 horror comedy from the directors of ‘Ready or Not’ Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett. When six criminals kidnap a young vampire, they swiftly become child’s prey rather than child predators. Starring Alisha Weir as the titular character alongside Melissa Barrera, Dan Stevens, Kathryn Newton, Will C…
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We've already done a full year reviewing films from 1987 so we're not reviewing a real movie this week. Instead, we're reviewing a cult classic martial arts movie that is terrible! It's called 'Miami Connection' and it was made by a guy called Y.K. Kim. He made a movie all about a rock band full of orphans who know taekwondo. They are at war with a…
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William Sterling joins us to discuss Pirate of the Caribbean. We're looking at Freedom, Class Divide, Pirating vs. Privateering, Gender Role Expectations, The Price of Greed, and the Complexity of Morality. Thanks for listening. Follow us on social media at the following links: Get TWO MONTHS OF FREE Podcast Hosting by going to Libsyn.com and using…
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Craig and Rebecca discuss the Meg Ryan / Hugh Jackman time travel rom-com. We talk about irresponsible time travellers, butter vs margarine, bad bosses and defend being a modern career woman over marrying a guy from the 1800's. Produced by Andrew Ivimey as part of The From Superheroes Network. Visit www.FromSuperheroes.com for more podcasts, articl…
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Witness animation come to life and the horror that ensues with the new Shudder film, Stopmotion. Our shopkeeper looks at the story, the characters and actors, the stop motion animation, the effects, the themes, the look and feel of the movie as well as everything that worked and didn't work. WARNING: SPOILERS Visit Odds Bodkins Curiosity Shoppe on …
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Welcome to Little Bracket of Horrors. The pod that puts the fight in fright! In this episode we are heading Barrow, Alaska just in time for their annual polar 30 days of night. Eben and Billy just found some burnt up cell phones in the middle of nowhere but it was probably just some kids playing a prank... So join the LBOH Crew as we sneak from an …
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Episode 168 One of George Romero's lesser-known films and NOT horror. However, it has many familiar Romero collaborators including, Tom Savini, Christine Forrest (Romero), Ken Foree & Stephen King to name a few. Starring Ed Harris, think traveling carnival meets ren-faire meets George Romero 😁 Knightriders is truly an original flick, but how will i…
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Author Rebecca Cuthbert joins us to look at BUBBA HO-TEP. We're chatting about conspiracy theories, ageing, identity, community, what it means to be a man, anachronism, cultural relevancy, and the supernatureal. Trailer For Rent / Streaming Thanks for listening. Follow us on social media at the following links: Get TWO MONTHS OF FREE Podcast Hostin…
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In this episode of "Caped Chronicles," our hosts delve into the captivating world of the Batman film franchise, exploring the best and worst elements of each installment. They begin by revisiting the groundbreaking "Batman '89," highlighting the film's dark and brooding atmosphere as its standout feature. However, they also note the disappointment …
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Mark and Niall discuss the 2023 historical drama Oppenheimer. Directed by Christopher Nolan, and starring Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Robert Downey Jr., and about 3,000 other excellent character actors, the Academy Award winning blockbuster is a technical marvel on every level. In this episode, they also talk about Christopherr Nolan’s filmography…
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Stalk the forest with a film that's one part nature documentary and one part 80's slasher as we look at, In A Violent Nature. Our shopkeeper discusses the story, the characters and actors, the effects, and influences as well as everything that worked and didn't work with this film. WARNING: SPOILERS Visit Odds Bodkins Curiosity Shoppe on our social…
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