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Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins review the movies you need to see. Plus: Top 5s, Movie Drafts, Oscars analysis, and more, featuring a rotating cast of Ringer colleagues like Chris Ryan, Van Lathan, and Bill Simmons.
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Here’s the elevator pitch: It’s “Left, Right, and Center” meets “Siskel and Ebert.” Three friends from different ideological perspectives discuss the movies and controversies (or nontroversies!) swirling around them. Bulwark+ members enjoy weekly bonus episodes here (https://atma.thebulwark.com/) .
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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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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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MOVIES VS. CAPITALISM explores the politics of your favorite films through an anti-capitalist lens. Each episode, hosts Rivka and Frank are joined by a guest for a critical discussion about a film and how it’s obviously a scathing indictment of late-stage capitalism. Examining the crucial intersection between pop culture and politics — and unpacking the ideological messages baked into our favorite movies.
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BEST MOVIES NEVER MADE

Stephen Scarlata & Josh Miller

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Join hosts STEPHEN SCARLATA (producer, Jodorowsky's Dune) and JOSH MILLER (writer, Sonic The Hedgehog, Violent Night) as they explore the most legendary movies never made joined by filmmakers and critics.
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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. Allen and Katie watch horror movies from all eras and of all qualities and then discuss them in a not-so-academic way (just as the name "Werewolf Ambulance" might imply!) and then discuss and rate them. The episodes do contain spoilers, so please watch the films before listening if that bothers you!
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Become a Paid Subscriber and get bonus podcasts: https://anchor.fm/nowplayingpodcast/subscribe Three playful movie reviewers break down a variety of film franchises by dedicating a podcast to every single sequel, reboot, and spin-off in a series. In-depth conversations cover production history, literary sources, gossip, merchandising, and personal opinion with humor and critical insight. No cinematic universe is too obscure or sacred! Over 1,200 reviews at http://nowplayingpodcast.com
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The Movies That Made Me

Trailers From Hell, Josh Olson, Joe Dante

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Filmmakers and entertainers discuss the movies that inspired them. Hosted by Oscar nominated screenwriter and TFH Guru Josh Olson and fearless leader himself, director Joe Dante. The Movies That Made Me is recorded live in Hollywood and engineered by film composer Don Barrett.
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CineFix Top 100

CINEFIX & Clint Gage

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The CineFix Top 100 is the first podcast from the long standing, movie obsessed YT page, CineFix. Compiled from their personal top 100s by some sort of robot algorithm they don’t really understand, our resident film nerds Clint Gage, Alex Stedman and Michael Calabro plan to discuss one of the top 100 movies each week with one catch: they don't know what movies are on it or where they rank!
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What Went Wrong covers Hollywood’s most notoriously disastrous movie productions, digging into the behind the scenes insanity of everything from massive flops to record breaking blockbusters. Each episode, hosts Lizzie Bassett and Chris Winterbauer dive into a new film to explore the mind blowing (and sometimes numbing) reasons why making a movie is nearly impossible (especially a good one). Produced by David Boman. JOIN OUR PATREON FOR 'WWW' BONUS CONTENT!
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Maltin on Movies

Leonard Maltin & Jessie Maltin

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Legendary film critic Leonard Maltin and his daughter Jessie are the ultimate movie fans. They love talking about movies, especially with people who share their enthusiasm—from living legends like Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, and Quincy Jones to such contemporary artists as Amy Adams, Viggo Mortensen, Laura Dern, and Bryan Cranston. You’ll meet all kinds of interesting people and hear their recommendations of unsung movies you ought to know...
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Historians At The Movies features historians from around the world talking about your favorite movies and the history behind them. This isn't rivet-counting; this is fun. Eventually, we'll steal the Declaration of Independence.
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Welcome to MediaDrome a (sometimes) bi-weekly podcast discussing movies and television, potentially dabbling in videogames and music...basically all the things we distract ourselves as we spiral further into oblivion.
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Old Movie Time Machine

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The best podcast about old movies in the known universe. A look at American life as seen through color films made between 1945 and 1965. Who were these people and what type of society were they building after World War II? Subscribe now to find out!
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SFULTRA

Sean McTiernan

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SFUltra is my attempt as a lifetime science fiction skeptic's attempt to get into the genre by reading 100 science fiction books I purchased in Wales one time. It gets published every two weeks.
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“It’s like advertising your picture has sound when special effects have come into market... it’s not the same.” - Chris, on bullies aging out On the April ’24 edition of WHM Mail Bag, we’re reading some letters from fans as we plug our upcoming run of spring shows! We’ve got letters from one fella who puked up Twizzlers during a Cleveland screening…
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On this week’s episode, Sonny Bunch (The Bulwark), Alyssa Rosenberg (The Washington Post), and Peter Suderman (Reason) discussed whether or not the stars of The Blair Witch Project should get back-residuals for services already rendered. (You can read the full story here.) Then they discussed Civil War, Alex Garland’s travelogue through a war-torn …
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The Ride of Frankenstein Jason Statham and Tyrese hone their Fast & Furious driving skills as director Paul WS Anderson (Resident Evil) reinstates Roger Corman’s campy bloodsport Death Race as a grim 2008 prison flick. Can a pit crew run by Ian McShane (Deadwood) help a wrongly convicted auto racer stay alive for all three days of the obstacle cour…
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Films:- Eight Broken Fingers; A Very Nice Honeymoon; Black Sheep; Out Of The Blue Music: - Hansel & Gretel Overture (Engelbert Humperdinck); Piano Concerto No. 1 (Mendelssohn); Symphony No. 10 (Mendelssohn) Episode Archive: - https://www.buzzsprout.com/2213100 Patreon:- Movie Chronicles Buy all the Movie Chronicles series of e-books …You know you w…
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This week, Cara Santa Maria joins us for an atheist review of Best Friends Genetically Modified; the third movie in Donald James Parker's "Best Friends" trilogy, and Cara's first taste of the Grampsiverse. --- Check out more from Cara on the Talk Nerdy podcast --- If you’d like to make a per episode donation and get monthly bonus episodes, please c…
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Sean is joined by Chris Ryan to discuss the current state of horror in theaters (1:00). They run through a list of movies that are out right now, then dive into what they did and did not like about them (10:00). Later, they’re joined by a special guest to explain the plot of ‘Imaginary’ (27:00) to Chris, who hasn’t yet seen the film. Finally, Sean …
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The 10th best Hitchcock movie according to our listeners is Rope from 1948. On our rewatch of Rope, we are forced into taking on murderous characteristics, threaten iambic pentameter and risk being sued by Mark Zuckerberg. If you want more Hitchcock content, please consider becoming a HitchPod supporter. Just go to patreon.com/HitchPod and for as l…
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Retrospective reviewer extraordinaire, documentary filmmaker and action movie editor Oliver Harper joins us to probe the dark recesses of The Shadow (1994) – Russell Mulcahy's would-be summer blockbuster superhero adventure starring Alec Baldwin, Penelope Ann Miller, Jone Lone, Peter Boyle, Tim Curry and Ian McKellan (pre-Sir!). It has an action pa…
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Are you enough of a tough guy verbally to handle how much of a tough guy everyone is in this movie when even the ladies are tough guys? No chance. "The Rage" is a rollercoaster of a movie, and not necessarily in a good way. Strap in for some truly crazy stunts that will have you gripping the edge of your seat... or maybe just scratching your head i…
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In this week's episode, by popular demand, we're discussing the 2009 Sam Raimi supernatural morality tale "Drag Me to Hell." Special topics for your consideration include: making the tough decisions, gumming a baby, PROFESSOR Justin Long, heavy puking, and Pennsylvania snacks. We have watched a lot of bad things happen to Justin Long; you can catch…
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The Wildlife Stoner Comedy directed by Fred Wolf and written by Fred Wolf and Peter Gaulke. Starring Steve Zahn, Allen Covert, Justin Long, Jonah Hill, Kevin Heffernan, Ashely Scott, Peter Dante, Harry Hamlin, Robert Patrick, Joe Don Baker, Jeff Garlin and Ernest Borgnine. When Peter Gaulke is informed that his Nature Show Strange Wilderness is get…
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Hosts STEPHEN SCARLATA (producer, Jodorowsky's Dune) and JOSH MILLER (writer, Sonic The Hedgehog, Violent Night) are not the kind to kiss and tell, but they take the jump into the unmade story of the unknown stuntman - the almost-was adaptation of the classic TV series THE FALL GUY into a movie starring Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson. They're joined by …
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Our Kaijubilation celebration concludes with the Paul W.S. Anderson video game “adaptation”, 2020’s MONSTER HUNTER. Starring his wife, Milla Jovovich, Tony Jaa and Ron Perlman (kind of). A group of Army Rangers on a rescue mission are sucked into another world where giant monsters rule the roost and Milla Jovovich has to fight her way through some …
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The Dudes patience is stretched far too taut with 2003's Tiptoes, the insanely inappropriate outrage that entreats for the rights of Little People while casting a non-Little Person actor as a Little Person. Ugly, wrongheaded, shameful, and appalling, this legendarily terrible film is as rotten as movies get. It's also called Tiptoes. For God's sake…
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This week HATM friend Lindsay Chervinsky drops in to talk about Episode 4 of Franklin. We talk about the very real possibility all of this could fail, spies galore, a young Louis XVI (with a head!) and a villainous John Adams? Join in with us now! About our guest: Dr. Lindsay M. Chervinsky is a presidential historian. She is the author of the award…
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“You’re gonna need a bigger boat.” Jaws was legitimate phenomenon in the 70s, launching both the career of Steven Spielberg and the concept of the summer blockbuster to the forefront of the Hollywood system. For this story about an island being terrorized by a rogue Great White, Clint, Cal and Alex talk about Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss and Robe…
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If you only think of Clint Howard as Ron Howard’s kid brother, it’s time to reassess. He and his older sibling recently wrote a joint autobiography called The Boys which explains their loving relationship and points to their actor-parents as lifelong role models. Early on, Clint embraced his destiny as a young-ish character actor. There’s almost no…
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Is Alex Garland’s new film a warning or mere provocation? Adam and Josh discuss. Plus, the William Wyler Marathon continues with the 1959 biblical epic “Ben-Hur” and we crown a ‘50s Madness Champ. (Timecodes will not be precise with ads; chapters may start early.) Open (00:00:00-00:02:19) Review: “Civil War” (00:01:58-00:34:16) Next Week / Notes (0…
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Rivka and Frank are joined by actor Kate Eastman for a conversation about Hayao Miyazaki’s 1997 masterpiece Princess Mononoke. They discuss the film’s central theme of environmental equilibrium, the groundbreaking animation, some brief history of feudal Japan, the queer-coded love story, and how Ashitaka is the snack we’ve all been waiting for. Pri…
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The matters of how many neon crosses are too many, whether or not Hawaiian shirts are cool again, and the final referendum ever on Shakespeare him/herself are all addressed in our new episode about 1996's Romeo + Juliet. Bish, prithee! Featuring Shrishma Naik, Carolyn Naoroz, and Justin Zeppa. Romeo + Juliet was directed by Baz Luhrmann and stars L…
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SAND: It's Prognosis Negative Episode Four Six, featuring Caleb and Eric. Join us as we take a trip in time to discuss the 2024 film, Dune: Part Two. Dive in and discover if we go type O Neg or Pos! This is a Non-canonical ProgNeg, released out of sequence. This discussion was recorded on Mar. 19th, 2024. WARNING: This discussion contains miscellan…
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I'm joined by author Cathy Whitlock to talk about the subject of production design as chronicled in her gorgeous book Designs on Film: A Century of Hollywood Art Direction. Among the films discussed are Citizen Kane, Top Hat, Things to Come, The Wizard of Oz, Cleopatra, Lawrence of Arabia and You Only Live Twice, to name a few. A Bill&Debi Producti…
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Bina007 reviews writer-director Alex Garland’s near-future political dystopian drama, Civil War. It stars Kirsten Dunst and Wagner Moura as journalists travelling by car from New York to Washington DC to interview a fascist president of the USA. Meanwhile, the Western Forces of Texas and California are readying to invade DC and retake the Capitol. …
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It's another Full Moon Features picture which means low budget kills and the absolute bare minimum of thrills. Unless you find extremely slow back-and-forth reaction shots between actors and puppets thrilling, in which case you might want to pace yourself on this one. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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It’s 1805 and All The Right Movies are in the East Pacific to talk stoicism, seamanship and the HMS Surprise. But first, lads, beat to quarters... Episode sponsors: NordVPN: Get 4 extra months on a 2 year plan with NordVPN, click here BetterHelp: For a 10% discount off your first month with BetterHelp, click here Connect with ATRM: To support what …
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This month we’re swimming in direct to video vampire trash. Is one of these a hidden gem? Theme Music: Algorithms by Chad Crouch E-mail comments (or questions) to chris.scott@criticallysane.com or follow us on Twitter. Jeff – JustSomeDude899 Chris – kariyanine RecurringPod The post Recurring Nightmares Ep. 48: Subspecies 1991 v Children of the Nigh…
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