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Mike Cavaliere & Brian McMillan

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Every Best Picture nominee of the 21st century. Join Mike and Brian as they reevaluate the films and Academy Awards of the past, talk trivia and top fives, and address the big question: "Would you keep or kick the Academy's picks for Best Picture?" All that and more on Best Picture This -- where it's always Oscar season!
 
Now in it's 11TH Year, Hosts TC Kirkham and Kim Brown bring you great film analysis and reviews of the latest mainstream and indie movies, as well as a bevy of regular features! Podcasting since 2006, Subject:CINEMA is one of the oldest, longest-running film podcasts on the planet!
 
Dennis has been working in the film industry for fifteen years. Now he wants to throw a spotlight on the many processes of his favorite craft—filmmaking. It’s all about the methods, the art, the philosophy and the people who make movie magic happen. The makers of film are not limited to directors, cinematographers, and actors—but include a great variety of artists and craftspeople. Time to talk Cinepalooza.
 
Our hosts are Kent Smith (award-winning director, writer, producer, photographer), who has worked on such tv shows and feature films as Homeland, Mr. Mercedes, Outcast, Tusk, and Max bring his technical skills to the table. Laura Truman comes to the table with her fantastic laugh on life and incredible film knowledge (Film Critic and old school film collector). Patrick G. Keenan (award-winning actor), who you might have seen in Blind Side, Homeland, Tropical Cop Tales, and Mike, is no strang ...
 
Join four best friends biweekly who watch and discourse everyone's favorite movies that one or more of us has not seen. We’ll watch these movies so you don’t have to and tell you if they're actually worth it. We're here, we're queer, and yes, goofs are included. Check this link to find us on social media and wherever you get your podcasts: https://lnk.bio/OX6t
 
Welcome to the home of Adam Analyzes and the seasonal 31 Nights of Frights! Join me every Friday as I dissect films and dive into what makes films tick! #adamanalyzes #ioho_podcast #31NoF #Adam_Analyzes #FilmPodcast #Podcast #Movies #MoviePodcast Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adamanalyzes/support
 
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Kraig Rasmussen, Monkeygong Productions

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A compare and contrast podcast of films from present to past. Showcasing movies connected by genre, creators, personal themes & social relevance, we discover the elements that make movies rewatchable (or not). Hosted by artist-filmmakers and longtime friends, Kraig Rasmussen & Seamus Smith.
 
Leroy Mack and Roman Simmons are gluttons for cinematic punishment. the questions is, "will they survive?" Join an angry Leroy and Roman as they review what are most certainly to be the worst movies out, and determine for yourself if they've saved you 90 minutes, or piqued your interest to the point of finding out if it's REALLY as bad as the say it is. Remember, we see the bad movies, so you don't have to.
 
A show dedicated to watching, reviewing, and bickering over the entertainment of yesteryear. Whether they're the classics that defined the era, blockbuster failures that fell off the face of the Earth, or features that never made a name for themselves, it's all fair game! Hosted by video editor/content creator Nicholas Abouhamad and joined by his childhood best friend Michael Capurso, as well as another long time friend and collaborator Raekwon Davis. Send your episode recommendations to @th ...
 
Welcome to the movie podcast about the sequels that were never made, probably for good reason. Each week Host Curry and his cast of cinema geeks create the sequels that never happened, covering old favourites to new releases and everything in between. Join Curry, Al, Joe and John every Monday as they bring you the sequels nobody ever wanted. --- Seen the Sequel? is available, for free, via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Acast and all good podcasting platforms. --- Follow us on Twitter: @SeenTheSeq ...
 
For listeners that want the weirdest, most chaotic podcast on planet Earth, the Bullsh*t Podcast is the scissor kick to the skull that you didn’t ask for but won’t say no to either. With a passion for movies, pop culture, hijinks, and bullsh*t, we take listeners on a wild journey with no particular destination in mind.
 
You go to the movies with your friends. Upon exiting the theater, over stimulated and jacked up on adrenaline, you got things to say. So do we. Check out our podcast featuring an array of colorful characters local to Silver Spring. Spanning from well thought out critiques to the most arbitrary and inane criticisms, we make no promises on where the conversation will go. We’re not critics, we’re fans. Join us as we stop at a local bar on our way home for a little nightcap.
 
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For night twenty-seven we visit the Frank Darabont directed, The Mist. A film that originally divided audiences mostly because of its shock ending, The Mist also works as a classically styled survival horror story. This is also a fun film that feels like a precursor to the work that Frank Darbont would later provide on the Walking Dead, especially …
 
Matt and Tom discuss the sci-fi comedy horror film Attack the Block. Listen in as they talk about John Boyega in his breakout role as well as the film's style and impressive storytelling. Have any recommendations that you feel are Under the Radar? Find us on Twitter and Instagram @underfilmsradar or email us at underfilmsradar@gmail.com! Copyright …
 
Aaron, Dahlia and Melissa join Kova and Spoiler Steve to discuss PrimeVideo’s The Manor, Netflix's Night Teeth and Warner Bros.' Dune! We’re also providing our 2018 review of Halloween (1978) with Aaron plus our patreon review of Promising Young Woman with Stephanie! 00:03:23 – Box office projections and Spoiler-free reviews of Ted Lasso, The Expan…
 
For night twenty-six, we find out that sometimes they come back in the tom McLoughlin directed...ummm...Sometimes They Come Back! A film that may be more of a drama with horror tones, yet has some great horrific practical effects & makeup. It is all the more surprising that this was a film made and released as a tv film for CBS. What did I think of…
 
In today’s episode, we declared that we wouldn’t create a think piece, yet we put our brain cells together to make thoughts! The discourse on Get Out (2017) got deep as we discussed the real implications for the lives of black folx in America. Amongst the discourse, there was also space for goofs on Little Caesars’ Crazy Sticks, remake blunders, a …
 
This week, Sofia and Manny talk about some new movie release schedules, what some early Eternals reactions mean, and we take a fun Buzzfeed quiz about our spending habits and Marvel characters. Support the pod at www.Patreon.com/Delfinpod Follow us @DelfinPod Listen to the brand new HBO MAX podcast, Batman: the Audio Adventures at www.hbomax.com/ba…
 
Grab a drink (not Merlot) and meet us in wine country. It's SIDEWAYS day! In this episode, Mike and Brian revisit director Alexander Payne's grape juice-stained Best Picture nominee, starring Paul Giamatti, Thomas Haden Church, Virginia Madsen and Sandra Oh. They explore the big power of small moments of characterization in screenwriting, question …
 
Hey remember that ABC miniseries that featured Bronson Pinchot from Perfect Strangers who is with a few other passengers on American Pride flight 29, which goes into another time period & these survivors are pursued by things that appear to be giant meatballs with sharp teeth? If you do remember that then you know that, for night twenty-five, I am …
 
Join Al, Joe, John and Host Curry for the first entry in their 'Double Impact' season, in which they create sequels to films linked through remake or reimagining status. This epsiode they create a sequel to The Wicker Man (1973), next episode is The Wicker Man (2006). How do you make a valuable sequel to one of the most haunting films of all time? …
 
Subject:CINEMA #662 - October 24 2021 ON THIS EPISODE: Subject:CINEMA 2.0 IS HERE! All new sound, all new logo, and all new stuff, but the same old hosts! TC and Kim continue their 2021 Halloween month with the fourth of FIVE shows dedicated to silent horror films - from 1927, a deliciously funny mystery, "The Cat And The Canary"! SHOW NOTES: COMMU…
 
Night twenty-four of 31 Nights of Frights takes us to the Tod Williams adaptation of the novel, Cell. Cell is often seen as a low point of Stephen King adaptations & I honestly can't argue with that...Especially since the source was a quick & fun read. A Stephen King take on the zombie genre which has all the ingredients for a fun film, yet never g…
 
For night twenty-three, I had my girlfriend, Nicole, join me for a discussion on the Mick Garris directed adaptation of Riding the Bullet. Based off of a somewhat obscure novella, this also had the honor of being one of the more unique films presented in this years 31 Nights of Frights, mostly due to some creative choices from Mick Garris. So lets …
 
Night twenty-two brings us to the touching love story of a teenager and his car in the John Carpenter directed, Christine!! On its original release, it was known as a box-office bomb with a mixed critical reception, however the years have mostly been kind to this one, with many owners of the rare 1958 Plymouth Fury, lovingly calling their car Chris…
 
Bradley Kornish and Dan Pullen make their return to tackle the classic Giallo 'Torso' (1973) by director Sergio Martino. Follow Movies from Hell: https://twitter.com/26MFHPOD Follow Dan Pullen: https://twitter.com/danpullenbooks Follow James Hancock on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WrongReel Wrong Reel Merchandise: https://teespring.com/stores/wrong…
 
Night twenty-one brings us to everyone's favorite rabid St. Bernard with the Lewis Teague directed, Cujo! Of course there is more to the story of Cujo, with a story of adultery and survival. This film doesn't just have some amazing animal actors but some great direction as well! Have a listen with your favorite furry friend & hear what I have to sa…
 
Grab your cold weather gear, as this is the big one!! With Storm of the Century, director Craig R. Baxley directed an Stephen King written original story about town secrets. Oh yeah King also decided to include the mystery of Roanoke, Va, along with an occasionally heavy morality tale!! Have a listen to see what I thought of this ABC Miniseries eve…
 
Kevin and Stephanie join Kova and Spoiler Steve to discuss PrimeVideo’s Madres, Netflix's There's Someone Inside Your House and The Last Duel! We’re also providing our 2018 review of the Halloween reboot/sequel plus our patreon review of News of the World with Neal and Nolan! 00:03:06 – Box office projections and Spoiler-free reviews of Saved By th…
 
Grab your significant other and handcuffs for night nineteen, which brings us to the Mike Flanagan directed Netflix original, Gerald's Game. A movie that treats horror differently than most and also deals with some touchy subject matter. Gerald's Game was also known ad Stephen King's kinky, erotic novel, which if it is anything like the movie, it i…
 
On this ep, Sofia & Manny talk about The Russo Brothers possibly returning to Marvel, what Feige says about The Eternals, and the ongoing global release strategy! Support the pod at www.Patreon.com/Delfinpod Follow us @DelfinPod Listen to the brand new HBO MAX podcast, Batman: the Audio Adventures at www.hbomax.com/batmanaudioadventures…
 
Happy Halloween! With spooky season now in full swing, Mike and Brian throw out the usual format to dig into three of the big horror releases of 2004: director James Wan's SAW M. Night Shyamalan's THE VILLAGE and shark-thriller OPEN WATER, directed by Chris Kentis. They talk genre rules, the power of twist endings and which of these three scary mov…
 
Night eighteen of 31 Nights of Frights brings us to fly the (un)friendly skies in The Night Flyer. Directed by Mark Pavia, we get a tale of a serial killer vampire who travels by plane with a reporter who wants to get his story. This also happens to feature a unique vampire thanks to KNB providing the effects. Have a listen to night eighteen to fin…
 
Subject:CINEMA #661 - October 17 2021 ON THIS EPISODE: Subject:CINEMA 2.0 IS HERE! All new sound, all new logo, and all new stuff, but the same old hosts! TC and Kim continue their 2021 Halloween month with the third of FIVE shows dedicated to silent horror films - it's "Silent Screams: The Golem - How He Came Into The World" from 1920! SHOW NOTES:…
 
Night seventeen Brings us to the graveyard shift...but not that kind of graveyard shift! I'm talking about the the film Graveyard Shift!! A movie featuring a huge cast of rat animal actors & one big bad unspeakable horror located at the bottom of a textile factory. Maybe the horror isn't that unspeakable, since I do talk about it here...Have a list…
 
Night sixteen brings us to some tall grass that really is in need for some proper lawn maintenance, in the Vincenzo Natali directed, In The Tall Grass. A Stephen King adaptation that is somewhat original but really gave me some strong vibes of Children of the Corn, which isn't exactly a bad thing. In The Tall Grass is also a film that was not well …
 
Night fifteen takes us to the Netflix original film, 1922. This one is kind of on the bleak and dark side with being primarily a drama with horror elements. While this is not exactly a fun watch, it is a well made film that can definitely get under your skin! Have a listen to night fifteen to find out what I thought about this one!! --- Support thi…
 
This week, Drew and Badway hold the airwaves hostage as they discuss the 1994 comedy, Airheads. The guys break down the controversial group, The Lone Rangers, doubting their talents and classifying them as delusional, realizing that the band as well as this podcast have a lot in common! Sign us! --- Subscribe: Subscribe with Spotify Subscribe with …
 
You know the song, Devil went down to Castle Rock looking for some souls to steal...Wait that's not a song, but it is the plot of Needful Things, which is night fourteen of 31 Nights of Frights!! What makes this adaptation a fun & entertaining movie that deserves a revisit? Grab your needful things that you would sell your soul for and have a liste…
 
After far too long an absence we are joined by Becky D'Anna for a flashback review of John Carpenter's 'Halloween' (1978). Follow Becky D'Anna on Twitter: https://twitter.com/hwoodminotaur Follow Me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/gknout Wrong Reel T-Shirts for Sale: teespring.com/stores/wrong-reel
 
Night thirteen brings us to a somewhat forgotten adaptation of the Stephen King story, 1408. A film filled with some stunning images along with a solid lead performance by John Cusack & a fun supporting role by Samuel L. Jackson, why is this generally not mentioned in good Stephen King adaptations?While I may not have that answer, have a listen to …
 
Matt and Tom discuss the sports drama film Warrior. Listen in as they talk about the compelling story, the amazing fight scenes, and what makes this movie stand out from other sports films. Have any recommendations that you feel are Under the Radar? Find us on Twitter and Instagram @underfilmsradar or email us at underfilmsradar@gmail.com! Copyrigh…
 
Night 12 brings us to a Mick Garris directed & Stephen King written film with, Sleepwalkers. This tale of cat people that have a very special diet was also adapted from an unreleased story by King. Sleepwalkers is also a film that is best enjoyed as a fun B-Movie that should never be taken seriously...oh yeah, almost forgot to mention Sleepwalkers …
 
Brooke and Nolan join Kova and Spoiler Steve to discuss PrimeVideo’s Black as Night, Netflix's The Guilty and the final Daniel Craig iteration of 007, No Time to Die! We’re also providing our 2017 review of the Beguiled plus our patreon review of Shadow in the Cloud with Brian and June! 00:03:38 – Box office projections and Spoiler-free reviews of …
 
Subject:CINEMA #660 - October 11 2021 ON THIS EPISODE: Subject:CINEMA 2.0 IS HERE! All new sound, all new logo, and all new stuff, but the same old hosts! TC and Kim continue their 2021 Halloween month with the second of FIVE shows dedicated to silent horror films - it's "Silent Screams: The Phantom Of The Opera" from 1925! SHOW NOTES: COMMUNICATE …
 
We wanted to kick off Halloween month with a classic horror trope: sequels! We delve into the cinematic universe of The Conjuring 2 (2016) with surprisingly earnest discourse about spirits and whether we believe in ghosts. Don’t be scared, we still have time to laugh about The Phantom Nut, Antonio’s nasty comfort movies, Le Nun’s popularity with ch…
 
For night 11 of 31 Nights of Frights, we visit Gatlin, Nebraska In the classic Fritz Kiersch adaptation of Children of the Corn. Children of the Corn just so happens to have the most sequels of any Stephen King adaptation with NINE films and TWO remakes...Seriously! I still think the first one is the best one personally... Have a listen & join me i…
 
We talk the final episode of Marvel's first animated show "What If" and how it brings together the multiverses in a crossover matchup worthy of 8 previous episodes! We talk Ultron, Uatu, and the Guardians of the Multiverse and even preview what we expect in the next confirmed season. Support the pod at www.patreon.com/delfinpod Follow us @DelfinPod…
 
Horror movie month is in full swing! To celebrate, we look back at zombie-comedy "Shaun of the Dead" (2004), directed by Edgar Wright, whose new film, "Last Night in Soho," releases Oct. 29. In this episode, Mike and Brian explore the impact "Shaun" made on the horror genre, dig into its best moments and discuss its chances of contending for a top-…
 
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