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How Did This Get Made?

Earwolf and Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael, Jason Mantzoukas

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The award-winning comedy podcast that celebrates bad movies. Comedians and actors Paul Scheer (The League), June Diane Raphael (Grace and Frankie), and Jason Mantzoukas (Big Mouth) break down the very best of the worst films ever made—we’re talkin’ blockbuster flops, cheesy 80s action movies, Lifetime thrillers, obscure cult classics, and if we’re honest… most Nic Cage and Jason Statham movies. Plus, sometimes they’re even joined by hilarious guests like Seth Rogen, Conan O’Brien, Amy Schume ...
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Double Impact

Greg Kearney, Tristan Burrell

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Tristan + Greg are a couple of 90s kids from down under, on a mission to re-watch every movie that meant something from their childhood. Each episode they review a 'classic' film from the 80s or 90s, and determine how it stacks up in the modern era. ...They use the term 'classic' loosely.
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Join host archaeologist John as he reviews classic movies with his own spin. Using his archeological background, he connects historic, cinematic, genealogical, and current facts to add a dimension to his reviews that will increase your enjoyment of these classic movies. John tells all for movies over 25 years old. He also presents his world-famous short summaries of each classic movie reviewed. These classic movie reviews cover from silents by Charlie Chaplin, classic horror like Dracula (19 ...
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Join four old mates on a cinematic journey like no other in "Born to Watch," the podcast where movies aren't just watched, they're experienced. Each week, dive into the films that reshaped their lives and, perhaps, even the world. With many thousands of hours of movie-watching under their belts, these friends bring a unique, seasoned perspective where they don't take themselves or the movies too seriously.
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Pop! Pour! Review

Pop! Pour! Review

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The movie podcast where we explore IMDb’s Top 250 Movies list one film at a time! Each episode, we dive into a different movie from the list discussing its plot, themes, performances, impact on cinema, and our personal reactions. Whether it’s a classic cocktail or a unique concoction we also select beverages that complement the movie and adds an extra layer of enjoyment to our discussions. Join us for a movie marathon like no other every Monday!!!
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Jess and Blair, two horror film enthusiasts discuss the genre they love most. From 1978’s horror classic Halloween to 1991’s Ernest Scared Stupid, there is no horror movie these two won’t review!
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There is a place for serious movie reviews...This ain't it. Destroy All Movies with Richie and Jim, two brothers from Jersey now living in parts unknown (actually the parts are pretty well known), plus a few buddies who join in on a regular or semi-regular basis. We review new and classic movies in a spoiler filled free-for-all. If you are looking for fun movie discussions then you have come to the right place.
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Movie Bears Podcast

Brad Harris, Jim Puliafico, and Will Lindus

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Welcome to the Movie Bears Podcast! Each week, we discuss current news from the film industry and review movies both new and classic. All of this, of course, is done with a lovable bear twist. :) Enjoy the show!
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As a classic rock enthusiast (even though I was born in the mid-1990s), I discuss my favorite albums that were released 10-20 years before I was born and give my ranking of the songs on the album. I have also included Extended Podcasts, which include autobiography reviews, concert reviews, movie reviews, games, and more! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dorneysvinyl/support
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A podcast for true horror fanatics. Each week we will take a deep dive into the best horror films of all time and some movies that aren't so great as well. We will also review current horror films and break down different categories including our favorite performances, the best gore, the best lines and if these movies truly scared us or not!
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Welcome to Commentary Club! Join Jim and Teresa as they talk over various movies and bits of cult TV. So take your seat, make yourself comfy as we do commentaries for all kinds of films, the classic, the cult and the crap!
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Have You Ever Seen

Ryan Ellis & Bev Ellis

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We were "The Top 100 Project". Now we're this. And "we" are Ryan and Bev Ellis, two married Canadians who review (mostly) classic movies (sometimes humorously) every Monday morning.
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Old Movie Time Machine

Time Machine Podcasts

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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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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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Strange and Beautiful Book Club

Strange and Beautiful Network

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Long time partners, Rachel and Matt, bring their unique blend of wit and weirdness to the worlds of sci-fi, horror, and fantasy. From quirky movie reviews to lively book discussions, they keep you entertained and informed with their mature humor and infectious enthusiasm. Join them as they chase their little nerd hearts through the genres they love.
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Revenge of the Film Nerds

BlackKrystel / Jack Manley

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Gaming celebrity BlackKrystel & amateur film historian Jack Manley host a weekly podcast that goes on deep dives of classic films both old & new, telling the stories of how they are made & sharing the moments of each story that speak to them! SEASON 3 DEBUTING NOW!
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The MacGuffin Guild

The MacGuffin Guild

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A MacGuffin is a plot device that drives along a story. Life long friends, and film fans, Pat, Justin and Mike use movies as a MacGuffin to drive along their conversation. Join the Guild!
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Doc Rotten and The Black Saint from Horror News Radio recap and review the best and worst horror films from the 1970s. Grindhouse. Blacksploitation. Hollywood Blockbusters. B Movies. Films like Exorcist | The Car | Phantasm | Halloween | The Incredible Melting Man | The Manitou | Beyond the Door | Vampire Circus | Dawn of the Dead
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Join me for a Midi as I dive into "The Fighting 69th" (1940), a stirring World War I drama that explores Cowardice, Bravery, Religion, and Community. Uncover the powerful performances, historical context, and emotional depth of this classic war film. **Reviews Mentioned** **My Links** My Merch - jcornelison.redbubble.com My Site - https://classicmo…
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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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Repent! The Podcast Is Extremely Nigh! On this week's episode, BK & Jack take an intensive look into the film that sparked a golden age of zombie filmmaking and challenged its audiences perception of what it means to be human... or inhuman. Learn about the genesis of the infected zombie, how a video game saved the monster, how a ragtag production w…
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Well, the episode has been delayed somewhat, goodbyes can be so hard. But, the hour grows late and the end draws near. On the final Movie Robcast, our intrepid casters in pod look back on the past eight years of podcasting, discuss their thoughts on Mad Max: Furiosa, and give thanks to all the wonderful guests who have appeared on the show over the…
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We're delighted to welcome Gareth Kavanagh to this week's podcast, in which we discuss Go Figure! This is the upcoming book detailing the entirety of the Character Options Doctor Who figurine range. It's already achieved its funding goal on Indiegogo, but you have 4 days left (as of June 15th, 2024) to help the project reach some tasty looking stre…
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In this new podcast, Brothers Pete and Paul Escarcega discuss a bunch of new movie announcements, including MCU updates: Captain America 4 in trouble, new Blade without a star and director, Avengers 4 and 5 updates, new R-Rated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle live action film, Hugh Jackman as Robin Hood, JJ Abrams starting a new Back to the Future, and…
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What is that light? Is that Garzey’s Wing? Is he the Holy Warrior? Is that Garzey’s Wing? What was that? Garzey’s Wing? Yes, Your Stupid Minds is dipping its toe into anime for the first time ever with one of the worst OVAs of all time combined with one of the worst English dub tracks of all time. It’s Yoshiyuki Tomino’s 1996 three episode OVA Garz…
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Our late book club episode for May about "Creatures of Light and Darkness" by Roger Zelazny. "Creatures of Light and Darkness" by Roger Zelazny is a science fiction/fantasy novel that blends elements of Egyptian mythology with a futuristic setting. AKA the origin of the sentiment that too many dicks spoil the soup. Did we love it? Was it readable? …
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Richard Linklater’s sexy gun-for-hire flick “Hit Man” just arrived on Netflix. Adam and Josh debate the merits of the film and its star, Glen Powell. Plus, Josh on “Inside Out 2” and Adam on the Chicago burbs-set “Ghostlight.” (Timecodes will not be precise with ads; chapters may start early.) Opening (00:00:00-00:02:30) Review: “Hit Man” (00:02:31…
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Don't tell June, but Drop Dead Fred himself Rik Mayall stars alongside Tia Carrere in the 2000 fantasy film Merlin: The Return. LIVE from Belfast's Ulster Hall, the HDTGM crew discuss Guinevere's too tight hair curls, the sneaky ghost skeletons, the water hose in the science lab, and what it means to have #BigMerlinEnergy. Plus, a King Arthur in th…
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This week our journey through the decades brings us to the 90's! The people have voted and we're reviewing Robert Altman's The Player (Spine #812). However, before that, they talk about Anyone But You and Inside Out. - Intro (00:00:00 - 00:04:13) - News on the March! (00:04:13) - Anyone But You (00:04:23) - Inside Out (Justin's first time watching!…
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Its time to shake off that amnesia, put on your best red dress and go deep underground to fight some Zombies... all in a days work for Alice as we watch Resident Evil! Don't get to close to that licker as we contemplate PlayStation 2 levels of CGI, shockingly unsubtle sequel foreshadowing and how Michelle Rodriguez is the literal embodiment of 2002…
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So Proudly We Hail Front Row Classics is celebrating World War II on film with 1943’s So Proudly We Hail. This movie is one of the finest illustrations of the impact women had on the front lines as opposed to the home front. Jessica Pickens returns to celebrate all aspects of this remarkable film with Brandon. We pay tribute to the amazing cast hea…
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Paul Escarcega is joined by Drew Stewart to chat about Billy Wilder's "Stalag 17" MOVIE: Stalag 17 (1953) WHERE CAN WE WATCH: Tubi, Roku Channel, Pluto TV DIRECTED BY: Billy Wilder (Double indemnity, Sunset Boulevard) WRITTEN BY: Billy Wilder (Double indemnity, Sunset Boulevard) Edward Blum (Adventures of Sherlock Holmes) Donald Bevan STARS: Willia…
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In the latest episode of Rewind of the Living Dead, we’re going to lock the door, stand directly in front of the mirror and review the 2024 horror film “The Watchers”… Music courtesy of Andrew Scott Bell and Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio For more Rewind of the Living Dead, follow on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/rewindofdead Facebook: h…
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Comedians Tyler Langlois & Allie Mae join Zac Amico this week as he cracks open the Troma vault for a genetic gem! These two dimwitted but loyal backwoods brothers will do anything for their 'ma. Descending just as much from their television as their bloodline, follow this twisted tale as they attempt to make momma proud, despite the highest of sta…
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You may have heard Nick Cody across the airwaves on the Fox, seen him on The Project, and caught him at any of his shows... But only now does he understand why he would get called Marty McFly when sporting a certain jacket. Only 40 years after its release, he finally watches Back to the Future. Pete and Nick are also joined by Zoe Coombs Marr and C…
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"Field of Dreams," directed by Phil Alden Robinson and released in 1989, is a film that transcends the boundaries of sports and delves into the heart of human experience. Starring Kevin Costner, Amy Madigan, James Earl Jones, Ray Liotta, and Burt Lancaster in his final film role, this cinematic gem explores themes of redemption, the power of belief…
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We get hot and heavy with part 1 of our "SEX EDUCATION WITH EMILY/EMMA STONE" double-feature! EMILY STONE (she prefers we call her that rather than EMMA, and she asked nice!) stars in this teen comedy with wit and stars-a-plenty. When a little white lie has the whole school thinking quiet girl-next-door Olive is a prostitute, Olive takes a stand ag…
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Hello Horror Heads! This week the Summer of Rob rolls on as we delve into the cult classic film "The Devil's Rejects," examining its impact on the horror genre and Rob Zombie's career. We analyze character dynamics, performances, and the unique sequel concept, predicting Rotten Tomatoes and IMDb scores while rating actors like Sid Haig and Sherry M…
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255 - What if... Mad Max, but water? This movie presents us with the answer to that question nobody asked. Also it's our first episode recorded after Tristan's 'incident' (asthma and lung failure and coma, oh my!), so we unpack that whole thing a little. But if you care more about the travellings of a a gilled mariner than the wellbeing of Tristan,…
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Everybody cut (everybody cut) in the 1984 version of Footloose. The story takes us to a repressed middle-American town where dancing is outlawed until Kevin Bacon rages against that particular machine. He's the city slicker with fast feet who pushes back on John Lithgow's religious father figureness. They both do very good work here and so does the…
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John Mulaney (Big Mouth, Everybody's In L.A.) joins Paul, June, & Jason to cover the bonkers 1986 post-apocalyptic sci-fi movie Solarbabies. LIVE from Largo in Los Angeles, they discuss rollerskating in the future, Jami Gertz's bangs, robots programmed to enjoy, and more. Plus, Paul tells us about setting up a fake Jami Gertz autograph signing when…
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"Send us a Fan Mail Text Message" Lou Pearlman's story is one of deception and downfall, and today we're unpacking the full extent of his scandalous business ventures. Uncover how this former mogul fabricated entire companies, including the infamous Transcontinental Airlines, to dupe investors. Through interviews and firsthand accounts, we peel bac…
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In Episode 106, Pete & Paul review the 4th installment in the Bad Boys franchise "Bad Boys: Ride or Die," starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and Michael Bay. Next, they review the prequel of Mad Max "Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga" starring Anya Joy-Taylor and Chris Hemsworth. Paul reviews the new Western written, di…
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New Podcast... what do you think? On this week's episode, BK & Jack jump into the demented world of Mary Harron's cult classic satire of the late 1980s, tracing the film back to its controversial origins as a novel, charting the troubled course of the film's development, recounting the struggle of how its director and lead actor nearly lost the fil…
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In this podcast, Christian Cawley and James McLean commence a conversation that takes them into an unexpected direction, namely language. Why is representation of contemporary language so poor in TV and movies? Beyond expletives in Hollywood movies, the representation of what we archaicly refer to as "street talk" is in most cases laughable. Get in…
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Afraid I’ll Shock the Duchess? Front Row Classics welcomes back Madeline Hanson to take a look at two films with much of the same DNA. We’re taking a look at 1932’s Red Dust and its’ 1953 remake Mogambo. Both films feature the King himself, Clark Gable, playing the same role 21 years apart. Brandon and Madeline discuss the chemistry he has with bot…
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Esteemed British actor William Russell sadly passed away on June 4th, 2024, at the age of 99. An actor with a career spanning 73 years, his final screen appearance was, of course, in a 2022 Doctor Who episode, The Power of the Doctor. Over the years, Russell (who also acted under the name Russell Enoch) accumulated a remarkable 109 screen and audio…
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Part 1: Zach, Andrew, and Grace talk about movies they saw this week, including: Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga and Stagecoach. Part 2 (38:40): The group continues their Young Critics Watch Old Movies series with 1930's L'Age D'Or. See movies discussed in this episode here. Don't want to listen? Watch the podcast on our YouTube channel. Also follow us on:…
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With the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy back in theaters, we share Adam and Josh’s 2018 reappraisal of Peter Jackson’s Oscar-winning films, including their picks for the Top 5 "Rings" Scenes. (Timecodes will not be precise with ads; chapters may start early.) Opening (00:00:00-00:01:06) Sacred Cow Review: “Lord of the Rings” Trilogy (00:01:07-00:37:51…
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