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Best Popcorn Muncher podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Popcorn Muncher podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Whether you're a multiplex popcorn-muncher or an arthouse merlot swirler, this is the film show for you. Established in 2010, Jack and Ed are back to steer you through the choppy waters of self-isolation with some film-based ramblings. All the latest film reviews, interviews and news every Tuesday.
 
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In our Lockdown Sessions series finale, Thomas Clay, director of Fanny Lye Deliver’d joins us to chat about his new Puritan Western. Jack reviews the film, as well as Joseph Gordon Levitt's highjacking thriller, 7500. Plus we bring you our final round-up of all the latest movie news and trailers and talk about our favourite movie endings of all tim…
 
Monica Dolan talks to us about lockdown hit, Days of the Bagnold Summer and Jack reviews Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods and Judd Apatow’s Pete Davidson-lead The King of Staten Island. Please we chat about coming-of-age films and talk your through the latest movies news. Please subscribe and rate the show!By Jack Pelling & Ed Prior
 
We chat to The Vast of Night star Jake Horowitz (20:45) and Days of the Bagnold Summer’s Monica Dolan (51:43). Plus reviews of Simon Bird’s directorial debut, Amazon Prime’s Dating Amber (35:30) and rock doc, Echo in the Canyon (41:50). All that plus the usual (spoiler free) movie news and film based waffle. Please subscribe and rate the show…
 
Reviews of Woody Allen’s A Rainy Day in New York (37:30), French thriller Only The Animals (51:00), and Andrew Patterson’s debut 50’s sci-fi flick, The Vast of Night (58:42). Plus, a dialect coach joins us (14:00) to teach Ed to be a Texan and help with his longstanding pronunciation struggles. Enjoy the show!…
 
We chat to director Ena Sendijarević (13:00) about her superb debut feature, Take Me Somewhere Nice and hear her top 5 road movies, as well as some of yours. We also have reviews of Take Me Somewhere Nice (28:50), highly anticipated Netflix comedy, The Lovebirds (39:00) and not-so-highly anticipated Netflix Comedy The Wrong Missy (47:00). Here are …
 
We’re joined by director and comedian Joe Cornish to talk lockdown recommendations and go through his top 5 openings scenes in film (5:40). Also, reviews of Romanian crime thriller The Whistler (24:30), the sublime Never Rarely Sometimes Always (27:13), and romcomdoc, Romantic Comedy (32:30).
 
On this week’s show we review Arnie and Jackie Chan’s fantasy fisticuffs in The Iron Mask: Mystery of the Dragon Seal (17:13); Netflix’s latest British rom-com, Love, Wedding Repeat (27:53); and French catfishing thriller, Who You Think I am (41:30). We’re also talking Jukebox soundtracks and getting the inside scoop on Hollywood in lockdown with o…
 
On this week’s show, Jack and Ed talk about more early VOD releases you can enjoy form your sofa: Bloodshot, starring Vin Diesel as a tech-enhanced super soldier; Trump-offending social satire, The Hunt; and British comedy drama, Military Wives. We’ll also be talking through our top pandemic movies and taking through the latest movie news and trail…
 
Zachary Levi is the world’s silliest superhero on the latest Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.It’s a week of very varied genres, led by the DCEU’s zaniest outing yet, as Zachary Levi steps into a bonkers red suit for Shazam! – which is essentially Big with superpo…
 
You’ll believe an elephant can fly on the latest Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.This week’s biggest release is Tim Burton’s live-action take on Dumbo for Disney, in which a cast of colourful Burton characters join the titular flying elephant. We also review the …
 
Jordan Peele is scaring us stupid all over again on the latest Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.This week’s big review is obviously Peele’s new nightmare fuel – doppelganger horror Us, in which Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke have to fight off malevolent doubles o…
 
Cornwall finally takes centre stage on the latest Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.Patrick, in particular, enjoys the chance to review a film set in his backyard in the shape of Cornwall-set underdog comedy Fisherman’s Friends. We also chat about the new Netflix a…
 
Marvel are dominant, as always it seems, on the latest podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.The biggest release of the week is obviously Captain Marvel, in which the MCU delivers a film led by a solo female character for the first time. Brie Larson takes the title role in a movie des…
 
It’s a quiet week for movie releases, but a big week for James Gunn on the latest podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.This week’s biggest film is the bizarre and widely derided Sky Cinema thriller Serenity, in which Anne Hathaway plays an abused wife attempting to convince an old fl…
 
We’re geeking out about Oscars and wrestling on this week’s podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.The main review this week is Stephen Merchant’s wrestling comedy Fighting With My Family, which follows Florence Pugh as WWE star Paige, rising from humble roots in British wrestling to t…
 
Bizarre facial features are the discussion point of the day on this week’s podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.Our reviews section is led by the blockbuster double bill of animated sequel The Lego Movie 2 and the long-gestating manga adaptation Alita: Battle Angel, which features Ro…
 
We talk about animated dragons, boozy biopics and tricky Oscar politics on the latest podcast episode, hosted by Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.Awards season is rattling on, so we’re reviewing the controversial and divisive Best Picture contender Green Book, as well as Can You Ever Forgive Me? – in which Melissa McCa…
 
We talk about sentient potatoes and baffling make-up jobs on this week’s podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.We review a number of awards season releases, including Adam McKay‘s political biopic Vice, in which Christian Bale becomes the controversial vice president Dick Cheney. Ther…
 
The bizarre hodgepodge of nonsense in M Night Shyamalan‘s head is the star of this week’s podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.Glass is the main review on the schedule this week, in which Shyamalan mashes together the worlds of Split and Unbreakable for a film in which Sarah Paulson …
 
We’re talking biopics of different vintages on this week’s podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.The main movie of the week is the Laurel and Hardy biopic Stan and Ollie, in which Steve Coogan and John C Reilly portray one of the most memorable double acts in the history of Hollywood.…
 
We’re rounding up the last few films of 2018 on this week’s podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.We start the reviews portion of the show with a look at Yorgos Lanthimos‘s scabrous royal comedy The Favourite, before moving on to a duo of festive blockbusters. First, it’s Travis Knigh…
 
We’re talking about Patrick Wilson on this week’s podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson (but not that one), with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.In a packed reviews section, we take on a pair of superhero blockbusters in the shape of James Wan’s Aquaman and the critically acclaimed animation Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Ve…
 
Sequels, sequels everywhere on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.We review Disney’s animated sequel Ralph Breaks the Internet and boxing follow-up Creed 2, which channels the spirit of Rocky IV. There’s also time to chat about the festive horror musical…
 
The latest episode of the Popcorn Muncher Podcast sees us go into spoiler-filled detail on Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Our chat is hosted by Patrick Wilson with Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.We delve deep into the tonnes of twists and revelations at play in JK Rowling's new Wizarding World (or WizWoCU) film, from the …
 
It’s time to talk reboots on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, Luke Stevenson with Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.Our review section begins with the spiky, slightly smug satire Assassination Nation, which played at the London Film Festival earlier this year. We then discuss the return of Lisbeth Salander, t…
 
There’s blockbuster, magical debate on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Luke Stevenson with Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.We review JK Rowling and David Yates‘s latest foray into the Wizarding World with Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. There’s also time for a look at two major horror releases from opposite e…
 
There are Nazi zombies, criminal women and a green-haired Christmas hater on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.We review Steve McQueen‘s stylish heist thriller Widows, in which Viola Davis leads a badass team of crooks, and the Netflix historical epic O…
 
Christmas has come early on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.[NOTE: Some of the audio quality this week is a little ropey. Apologies for that! It’ll be fixed by next week.]We review Disney’s festive blockbuster The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, in wh…
 
It’s time to rock out on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.We review a pair of very strange indie movies in the shape of British horror Possum and Jim Hosking’s An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn – his follow-up to The Greasy Strangler. After that, though, we move on to the …
 
We’re catching up with a whole load of reviews on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.In a packed reviews section, we kick things off with the sprawling and unruly noir thriller Bad Times at the El Royale, before discussing a double bill of Oscar hopefuls…
 
The curtain has finally come down on the BFI London Film Festival 2018, which has brought dozens of the world’s most exciting movies to the British capital for two weeks of early mornings, excessive caffeine and pretentious cinema conversations in press queues.To have a look back at the best and the worst of the festival, I had a chat with critic K…
 
The BFI London Film Festival 2018 is still running, bringing with it many of the best movies from all over the world.In an attempt to make sense of it all, I sat down with critic Sarah Cook for a discussion of some of the best and worst films we've seen at the festival, including Luca Guadagnino's beguiling Suspiria, the disappointing weepie Beauti…
 
The BFI London Film Festival 2018 is now in full swing, with dozens of movies screening every day in the capital, from indie oddities to major awards contenders and, of course, the best of British cinema.I caught up with critic Alistair Ryder to have a little chat about the first few movies that played at the festival, including Steve McQueen’s sty…
 
There’s a triple-pronged defence of a maligned anti-hero on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.The hero in question, of course, is the title character of Venom, which marks the start of Sony’s questionable notion of a Spider-Man universe without the webs…
 
We ponder a series of bizarre genre hybrids on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.The first of our reviews is the strange gothic ghost story The Little Stranger, followed by the bona fide box office phenomenon Crazy Rich Asians. We also discuss Eli Roth‘…
 
It’s experimental French cinema and an 80s action reboot on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.In the reviews, we start with Gaspar Noé’s strange, violent nightmare in Climax and Harry Dean Stanton’s acting swansong in Lucky. There’s also chatter about H…
 
We go from chaos in a football stadium to tedium in an abbey on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.The review section begins with the playful heist thriller American Animals before moving across to Dave Bautista and his starring role in the mad football …
 
We’re taking on some very different movies on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.There’s a wide variety of movies up for review this week, including the epic, beautiful Polish romance Cold War and Leigh Whannell‘s take on Cronenberg and Black Mirror in U…
 
We’re taking on some very different movies on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.The reviews are headed up by The Spy Who Dumped Me, in which Kate McKinnon and Mila Kunis play friends who become unwittingly involved in a global espionage conspiracy, and Spike Lee‘s true-li…
 
After a few weeks away, the Popcorn Muncher Podcast is back, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.We have a lot to catch up on in terms of reviews this week, leading with Jason Statham taking on a massive, prehistoric shark in The Meg. There are also reviews of the new Winnie the Pooh adventu…
 
One of the most interesting movies hitting British cinemas this weekend is The Heiresses, from Paraguayan filmmaker Marcelo Martinessi. The film won awards at the Berlin Film Festival and is the intriguing tale of a wealthy lesbian couple separated when one of them is sent to prison for fraud. Having lived a sheltered life of luxury, Chela (Ana Bru…
 
A few months after the horror of Infinity War‘s devastating ending, we’re back with Marvel on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.It’s a double bill of massive reviews this week, but there’s also time to talk about the fun sporting documentary Kaiser and Jehovah’s Witness d…
 
It’s an ABBA sing along all over again on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Patrick Wilson, with Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.The big review of the week is musical sequel Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, which brings back all of the original cast members and many of the original songs, as well as treating …
 
There are animated superheroes and CGI skyscrapers on this week’s Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Luke Stevenson and Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.We review the defiantly subdued Paul Schrader drama First Reformed, before a direct segue into the rather less quiet Dwayne Johnson blockbuster Skyscraper. Then, we chat about Pixar’s ho…
 
It’s a chance to catch-up with reviews of some of the biggest movies of the last few weeks on this bonus episode of the Popcorn Muncher Podcast, hosted by Tom Beasley – editor of The Popcorn Muncher.There are reviews of a number of films, including hard-edged thriller sequel Sicario 2: Soldado, which brings back Benicio Del Toro‘s killer for a new …
 
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