Best film noir podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Out of the Past: Investigating Film Noir
 
Each film noir weaves its own yarn of longing, corruption, and fateful decisions. In this podcast series, Clute and Edwards investigate one noir or neo-noir in detail. Following various threads of inquiry, they attempt to unravel the vast canvas of noir.
 
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Confessions from the Dark City: A Film Noir Podcast
 
A podcast devoted to the exploration of Film Noir. Each episode explores a particular film from the noir cycle, providing critical analysis and general information about the film's cast and crew.
 
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Dopple Avenue Hurt
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A comedic fictional podcast that follows private investigator James Keyes through the city of Brentwood Heights. It's a new case each season!
 
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Tension: The Film Noir of the Week Podcast
 
A weekly look at film noir -- from the classics to today
 
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Noir Factory Podcast
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The Noir Factory Podcast is created for the mystery reader, noir movie goer, or true crime buff who wants a closer look into the genre. Mystery writer Steven Gomez looks at crime history, pulp stories, noir films, and the men and woman who made them. Every other week we will examine an event or figure in crime history, a pulp or noir writer, or a piece of detective work, both fictional and in real life. If you have an interest in crime of any kind, THIS is the podcast for you!
 
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James Durham Audiobooks - FETIDUS
 
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Warner Archive Podcast
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George Feltenstein, Matthew Patterson, and D.W. Ferranti discuss the latest movie and TV releases from the Warner Bros. specialty label Warner Archive. The podcast features news, reviews, and interviews focusing on classic films and TV, sci-fi, horror, film noir, cult, animation, and other rarities culled from the vast Warner Bros. vaults.
 
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Kissyman and The Gentleman by Scott Sigler
 
New York City, 1946. No one knows his real name, but when the job is too dirty, too dangerous, you call Kissyman. Once he was an elite Nazi SS commando, an honorable soldier, a taker of lives. When he was assigned to Dachau and saw what he was actual fighting for, he went AWOL and ran as far away as he could -- to America. He still makes his living with a gun, but he no longer kills for his country. Now, he kills for cash. A dashing, high-profile bodyguard known as “The Gentleman” is hired t ...
 
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Dead Drunk Detective
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Dead Drunk Detective is a seven part comedy-noir podcast serial starring the most unlikely of private detectives. How unlikely? He’s a drunk zombie, and his name is Johnny Stumbles. And with his sarcastic secretary Betty, he’ll have to deal with Dracula, The Bogeyman, and The Devil to get to the bottom of the case… and the bottle.
 
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Sniff, P.I.
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Hardboiled noir with a highly-enhanced sense of smell. Sniff Bloodhound is stepping out from his life as a shamed ex-cop and into the family Private Investigation business, left behind when his brother is murdered. visit our website at www.sniffpi.com, where you can find the cast list and the original scripts, un-edited and un-autocorrected. Also, check out our podcast Trailer Park, where you can get the latest trailers for definitely real movies, books and television. Available on any podca ...
 
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Lux Radio Theater
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The Lux Radio Theatre was a one-of-a-kind OTR show. Imagine the greatest Hollywood stars doing one-hour versions of their biggest motion pictures, complete with full orchestra, live on stage with a studio audience.Cecil DeMille The one-and-only Cecil B. DeMille was your host ('36-45) for a lavish production of what was to become a veritable film checklist of many of Hollywood's best films from the mid-30s right through the mid 50s. The first Lux film adaptation was "The Legionnaire and the L ...
 
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NOIR TALK
Monthly
 
NOIR TALK is a podcast devoted to discussing the Film Noir Foundation. It is the foundation’s mission to find and preserve noir films in danger of deterioration, damage or loss, and to ensure that high quality prints of these classic films remain in circulation for theatrical exhibition to future generations.The views and opinions of guests do not necessarily reflect those of the Film Noir Foundation, or its directors and advisors.
 
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Out of The Past Review
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Out of The Past Review is a podcast dedicated to reviewing the best film noir.
 
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PsychotroniCast
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A bi-weekly podcast dedicated to the films of the psychotronic genre. Partake in the madness & embrace the sleaze.
 
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Lebowski Podcast
Monthly
 
A monthly podcast where a group of The Big Lebowski fans discuss and explore different aspects of the film. Sometimes guest speakers are brought in to help educate us on some of the finer points of film and culture.
 
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The Terrible Business of Salmon & Dusk
 
In this podiobook: Part film noir detective story, part fantasy adventure, part East End gangster tale, How to Disappear Completely concerns Theo Braithwaite, a failed actress and worse waitress, becoming involved in an unseen world populated by history's
 
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Lebowski Podcast
Monthly
 
A monthly podcast where a group of The Big Lebowski fans discuss and explore different aspects of the film. Sometimes guest speakers are brought in to help educate us on some of the finer points of film and culture.
 
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lux radio theatre
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Lux Radio Theatre 1934-1955This was one of few sixty-minute broadcasts and was the most important dramatic show in radio. The 931 episodes broadcast were all based on popular films with the biggest stars of Hollywood playing the parts and during its heyday the audience was estimated as high as forty million.The one-and-only Cecil B. DeMille was your host (1936-45) for a lavish production of what was to become a veritable film checklist of many of Hollywoods best films from the mid-30s right ...
 
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Hothouse Bruiser
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Do you like Blade Runner, Sin City, or LA Noire? What about OTR, Audio Books, classic thrillers or Film Noir of any decade? Then this is your show. Hothouse Bruiser is an intense audio drama with mind-blowing sound design and gritty, complex stories. The series follows hard-boiled Bruiser, one of the unfortunate souls trapped in the Los Angeles Quarantine. Follow Bruiser through this urban jungle nightmare as he goes toe-to-toe with every crooked thug and tricky dame the Hothouse has to offer.
 
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Cogill Wine and Film: A Perfect Pairing
 
The Cogills introduce themselves as a film-critic and a wine expert. He has reviewed more than ten thousand films and she travels the world chasing the grape and together they explore the wines and films that shaped their early careers. From "The Blob" and "Lawrence Of Arabia" to a spectacular Oregon Pinot Noir you can expect a smooth, reliable conversation resulting in, "A Perfect Pairing."
 
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Is This Reel Life?
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Is This Reel Life? is a podcast which examines the real world implications of a myriad of films; it is run by two outspoken, liberal, atheist ladies who have some serious opinions to share. Kristen is a talented videographer with a degree in film studies. Growing up in Louisiana as a trans woman was definitely not easy, but Kristen has allowed those experiences to formulate an excellent sense of humor and a brilliant perspective on the world around her. Bethany has a degree in psychology and ...
 
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Man & Femme: Criterion Commentaries
 
We're a husband and wife duo that met in a film noir class and have decided to watch all of the Criterion Collection releases from the beginning and podcast about our journey through cinema.
 
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Nicolas Winding Refn: Meet the Filmmaker
 
Join 2011 Cannes Film Festival Best Director Winner Nicolas Winding Refn as he discusses his new film Drive. Mixing classic film noir with wicked violence and a killer soundtrack, the film is a modern day Grimm's fairytale featuring Ryan Gosling (“Blue Valentine”) as a Los Angeles wheelman for hire, stunt driving for movie productions by day and steering getaway vehicles for armed heists by night.
 
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Lee Daniels, "The Paperboy": Meet the Filmmaker
 
Join Oscar-nominated director Lee Daniels ("Precious"), as he discusses "The Paperboy," an edgy film noir set in 1960s South Florida. Showing at the New York Film Festival, the film is based on the novel by Pete Dexter and follows investigative reporter Ward Jansen (Matthew McConaughey) and his partner, Yardley Acheman (David Oyelowo) as they chase a sensational, career- making story. The movie also features Zac Efron, Nicole Kidman, Macy Gray, and John Cusack.
 
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Wild Canaries: Meet The Filmmaker
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Writer-director Lawrence Levine and actors Jason Ritter, Kevin Corrigan, and Sophia Takal talks about Wild Canaries. A fresh take on classic film noir, the comedy follows a newly engaged Brooklyn couple investigating the death of an elderly neighbor. When their snooping uncovers dark secrets, suddenly everyone in the building is a suspect.
 
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Tarter Source
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The Journal Star’s Steve Tarter will cover a wide range of subjects with interviews of a variety of central Illinois residents in upcoming podcasts. Tarter, who’s served as business editor since 2011, has written extensively about local business, financial and media issues in the Journal Star as well as dispensing a wide-ranging blog. Upcoming subjects are likely to include comic books, film noir, classical music and radio-TV.
 
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Lost River: Meet the Filmmaker
 
Ryan Gosling discusses his directorial debut and new film with actor Matt Smith. Lost River weaves elements of fantasy noir and suspense into a haunting, modern fairy tale and tells the story of a family struggling to keep a roof over their heads. Hosted by Edith Bowman at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
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Some Other Time
Weekly
 
Live on http://www.originalcutz.com every Sunday night at 10 CST is a new weekly thing I like to call Some Other Time. I'm as big a fan of late night, moody jazz music as I am of film noir. So I'm thankful I'm able to bring something I've always loved to your ears, as dusty or worn as these records might be. Enjoy your worries and rainy nights, and listen...
 
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The Imposter: Official Podcast
 
Go behind the scenes with the filmmakers and eye-witnesses of "The Imposter," the new film directed by Bart Layton, in theaters July 13th. A gripping thriller straight out of real life, THE IMPOSTER is an original film experience that walks the razor's edge between true-crime documentary and stylish noir mystery. The twisting, turning tale begins with an unsettling disappearance--that of Nicholas Barclay, a 13 year-old Texas boy who vanishes without a trace. Three and a half years later, sta ...
 
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Cogill Wine and Film: A Perfect Pairing
 
The Cogills introduce themselves as a film-critic and a wine expert. He has reviewed more than ten thousand films and she travels the world chasing the grape and together they explore the wines and films that shaped their early careers. From "The Blob" and "Lawrence Of Arabia" to a spectacular Oregon Pinot Noir you can expect a smooth, reliable conversation resulting in, "A Perfect Pairing."
 
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CiTR -- Beats From The Basement
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Mr. Joi and Mykro both being cinemaphile's as well as Dj's will plan on surprising you with the likes of : French New Wave, Golden Age, Noir, Action, Adventure, Comedy, Coming of age Drama, Epic/Myth, Fantasy, Gangster, Horror, Romantic Comedy, Science Fiction, Social Drama, Thriller, The Art Film, The Black Comedy, The Musical and the Porno. So tune at 11pm and prepare to be surprised! www.joevideo.ca
 
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Cogill Wine and Film: A Perfect Pairing
 
Film-critic, Gary Cogill, has reviewed more than ten thousand films and conducted twenty thousand interviews over a 25+ year career. Wine expert, Hayley Hamilton Cogill, is a Sommelier who travels the world chasing the grape, always in search of the perfect glass. Together they are the perfect pairing. From films like Lawrence Of Arabia to "Heat" to "La La Land," to spectacular Willamette Valley Pinot Noir and traveling through Italy, Spain, Napa and beyond, join them for an inciteful conver ...
 
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The Terrible Business of Salmon & Dusk
 
Theo Braithwaite, failed actress and worse waitress, is a stranger to London. In a single day, she loses her job, her boyfriend and quite possibly her mind. When she meets part-time thief Kilbey Salmon, Theo finds herself drawn into an unseen world populated by history’s rejects and runaways. Kilbey, alongside the rockabilly-obsessed Nero Dusk, is attempting to eke out a living stealing things that have already been stolen and finding people who don't want to be found.Kilbey and Nero's caper ...
 
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Stray Noir is Film Dispenser’s unofficial Orphan Black podcast. Each week Mina, Tim and Logan will recap the latest episode of the show, discuss their thoughts on it and talk theories about what they hope (or fear) might be coming for our favorite clones. Orphan Black stars Tatiana Maslany as, well, everyone, as well as Jordan Gavaris as Felix, ...…
 
Robert Stark, co-host Pilleater, J.G. Michael, and Count Isidor Fosco are joined with filmmaker Richard Wolstencroft live from the Black Lodge to talk about the new Twin Peaks series and how it compares to the original. Topics: Intro: The Northern Lights – Falling (feat. Lucy Black) The Black Lodge and it’s theological and occult symbolism The ...…
 
Ian and I write sonnets, meditate, and fight to the death in the 1960’s film noir classic, Henry Miller Public Dick. Featuring Lucien Formicella and Chip Hall. Ian is a brilliant comedian and actor and you can find him everywhere that is in harmony with the world. Also at IanFidance.com , on IG @Ianimal, At The Fairfield Comedy Club the weekend ...…
 
It has all the trappings of film noir, but make no mistake, They Live by Night, Nicholas Ray’s 1948 debut, is a love story at heart. The post New on Blu-ray: They Live By Night appeared first on CutPrintFilm.By Jeremy Carr.
 
We get serious on our 72nd episode with the blaxploitation film BLACK CAESAR, talking systemic racism in the '70s as well as today. We get into the cultural themes of the film, talk about Fred Williamson's awesomeness (cool sideburns!), the exposition provided from James Brown's soundtrack, and the impact The Godfather and '30s noir films had o ...…
 
Rick Ramos returns! He joins Steve, Denise and the Irish Critic to discuss Fritz Lang’s disturbing and groundbreaking 1931 film “M” Was this the precursor to CSI, Film Noir, Heat, and the anti-hero? Does Denise like any B&W movies? Were there conscious allusions to the Nazi movement in the film? Did this pigeonhole Peter Lorre? Was Fritz Lang a ...…
 
There are key elements that mystery readers expect so if you want to write a bestselling or award-winning mystery, check out this conversation with Rebecca Cantrell. In the intro, I talk about the fantastic new audiobook partnership between Draft2Digital and Findaway Voices, which will be open to authors all over the world, give control over pr ...…
 
This week The Blanchard Brothers get in to Big Trouble in Little China... In this week's episode my brother (Gavin) and I (Noah) finally get the chance to discuss, the it could only happen in the 80's-genre bending-cult classic-masterpiece, 1986's Big Trouble in Little China. Full disclosure, this one is very much a love-fest. We've both adored ...…
 
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On the Mic Stand Up Comedy
 
Steve Attridge is an award-winning writer and performer – 9 stage plays, 100 TV scripts, 8 films and 20 books. In August he’s intergalactic Dick Spacey 007, where film noir murder meets existential madness. Enjoy 15 minutes of performance and chat with the BAFTA nominated all-rounder. ‘Dick in Space’ is appearing as part of Edinburgh’s Free Fes ...…
 
Taking A Bow: Steve: Find Your Fade by Andrea Mowry Dream In Color Jilly with Cashmere in A Little Night Music Happy Go Lucky HGL Sock in Ice King Hedgehog Fibres Sock in Film Noir Knitty and Color Acoustic Sock in Death Rides A Horse Lolo Did It Awesome Sock in Zombies Wandering Wool Ausable Sock in Knitting In The Nashville Night Madelinetosh ...…
 
Taking A Bow: Steve: Find Your Fade by Andrea Mowry Dream In Color Jilly with Cashmere in A Little Night Music Happy Go Lucky HGL Sock in Ice King Hedgehog Fibres Sock in Film Noir Knitty and Color Acoustic Sock in Death Rides A Horse Lolo Did It Awesome Sock in Zombies Wandering Wool Ausable Sock in Knitting In The Nashville Night Madelinetosh ...…
 
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The More You Nerd Podcast
 
E3 occurred this week to lukewarm fanfare, but the boys talk about some of their favorite gaming announcements as well as pay tribute to the late Adam West in this week's Talk Nerdy to Me. In a change-up from his typical birthday challenges, Myles serves up one of his favorite movies that isn't more aligned with being incredibad and instead cho ...…
 
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Filmically Perfect
 
Anthony Mann and John Alton combine their amazing powers to bring one of the first and best police procedural/film noirs of the early post-war era! Shot mostly on location, with interiors at some small rented studio in Hollywood, T-Men proves that it doesn’t take big bucks to make a great movie. It takes great people with madly creative minds!…
 
Stray Noir is Film Dispenser’s unofficial Orphan Black podcast. Each week Mina, Tim and Logan will recap the latest episode of the show, discuss their thoughts on it and talk theories about what they hope (or fear) might be coming for our favorite clones. Orphan Black stars Tatiana Maslany as, well, everyone, as well as Jordan Gavaris as Felix, ...…
 
http://www.adorama.com Dark, moody and sinister, Film Noir is a style that packs a punch with hard edged shadows and high contrast. In this tutorial Gavin Hoey takes you a simple set-up to transform a small home studio into a classic private detectives office. Gavin shows you how props and lights combine to create the final scene and then takes ...…
 
http://www.adorama.com Dark, moody and sinister, Film Noir is a style that packs a punch with hard edged shadows and high contrast. In this tutorial Gavin Hoey takes you a simple set-up to transform a small home studio into a classic private detectives office. Gavin shows you how props and lights combine to create the final scene and then takes ...…
 
The co-authors of the classic Hollywood mysteries "Design For Dying" and "Dangerous To Know" join us to talk noir, costume design, and mystery writing. We start with their appearance at NOIR CITY Hollywood to introduce This Gun For Hire (2:30), as well as some of this year's movies at their hometown festival of NOIR CITY Seattle, including The ...…
 
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Watch.Read.Listen.
 
Duane and David tackle Jordan Peele's 2017 breakout film, Get Out. They try their best to unpack the film as a couple of white dude's who grew up in the south. They find a lot to love about the film, and even discuss how smart it is that Peele didn't go the didactic route with his socio-political film. THIS WEEK: Duane: The Handmaid's Tale (boo ...…
 
East Calais author Howard Norman's love of noir crime literature and film is clearly evident in his latest novel, My Darling Detective .By rcengeri@vpr.net (Ric Cengeri).
 
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Player's Guide: The Podcast
 
It walked into my browser, its eyes dark and legs that went on forever. It sauntered over to my audio streaming software and asked: “Can I talk to you about film noir?” This week Jackson, Daniel, and special guest Shelby are all about hardboiled detectives, dames, gams, and guns. With Shelby’s expert assistance, your hosts take a look at what m ...…
 
Welcome back Cromrades! This week we're podcasting in monochrome from a smoky boxing gym, where we met up with two monster hunting, championship belt winning, podcast producing, electroshock song singing badasses to discuss all matters of things. They are Johnny Wolfenstein and Dynamo Marz from the Trick or Treat Radio podcast! We get into boxi ...…
 
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The Orpheus Protocol
 
***TRANSMISSION*** THE NIGHTMARE GALLERY, a horror film written by Jhan and Rob, is now moving into production, and AMBER BENSON (Tara from Buffy the Vampire Slayer) is starring. The Kickstarter is now live HERE. Any and all assistance from operatives in the field is greatly appreciated. ***END TRANSMISSION*** The cell makes a fast-tracked visi ...…
 
Steven Spielberg. The name is legendary. His imprint on film is so immense that it's truly hard to fathom. From small town America, adventuring archaeologists, the war to end all wars, the darkest chapters of humanity and the noir shadows of science fiction, he is a master storyteller. Today, June 12th, is the anniversary of Raiders of the Lost ...…
 
This week The Blanchard Brothers take a road-trip with Starman... In this week's episode, my brother (Gavin) and I (Noah) get around to some blind-spotting with Carpenter's 1984 genre-bending-sci-fi-action-adventure-drama-romance-road-movie Starman. We were absolutely floored by this shade of Carpenter which simultaneously feels like a huge dep ...…
 
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The Top 100 Project
 
The 65th Next 100 Project ‘cast is all about obsession on a Gollum level...and Gene Tierney’s title character is THE PRECIOUS! This movie belongs to Clifton Webb though. He’s an unusually effete presence in this unusual film noir. So track down some Sparkplug Coffee, then gobble up our jibber jabber!…
 
Noir on the Radio host Greg Barth welcomes author Robert Knott Robert Knott is an actor, writer, and producer, as well as the author of the New York Times bestsellers Robert B. Parker’s The Bridge, Bull River, Ironhorse, and Blackjack. His extensive list of stage, television, and film credits include the feature film Appaloosa, based on the Rob ...…
 
This week we check out the film noir classic " Dark Passage" and talk about the greatest love story in hollywood history "Bogie and Bacall"
 
Brian rants about he Beatles and how the Trump White House is like a noir film
 
Robert Stark and co-host Pilleater talk to Jay Dyer about the Esoteric Symbolism behind David Lynch’s Twin Peaks and the new series on Showtime. Jay writes film reviews at Jay’s Analysis and is the author of Jay Dyer’s Esoteric HollywoodTopics:Intro Song: The Northern Lights – Falling (feat. Lucy Black)‎Jay’s article An Esoteric Guide to Twin P ...…
 
Robert Stark and co-host Pilleater talk to Jay Dyer about the Esoteric Symbolism behind David Lynch’s Twin Peaks and the new series on Showtime. Jay writes film reviews at Jay’s Analysis and is the author of Jay Dyer’s Esoteric Hollywood Topics: Intro Song: The Northern Lights – Falling (feat. Lucy Black) ‎Jay’s article An Esoteric Guide to Twi ...…
 
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Cinefails Podcast
 
The Usual Suspects! A Classic crime noir thriller, or derivative and kinda boring? Listen in as we are joined by friend of the show Anthony Easton. Anthony is a music critic, artist, film lover, and Channing Tatum apologist. They take things to a whole new level of esoteric and nerdy and fun. We take guesses at the plot and discuss the sexual p ...…
 
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Psychotronic Film Society
 
This week, we're going back 30 years to 1987 to take a look at the underseen, under-discussed horror-noir film ANGEL HEARTSYNOPSIS: Down-and-out private detective Harry Angel is hired by a mysterious man named Louis Cyphre to find a missing person. His mission leads him down a bloody path that culminate into a supernatural journey into Angel's ...…
 
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Classic Movie Reviews with Snark
 
The Set-Up (1949) is a gritty boxing film noir starring Robert Ryan and Audrey Totter. The film is based on a poem by Joseph Moncure March, about a black boxer with the stuff to be a champ but was never given the chance. A small piece of the poem reads: Mean as a panther, Crafty as a fox, He could hit like a mule, And he knew how to box. A dark ...…
 
Punk nerd (Josh Roush) and CineFile (Mitch Cleaver) from the SoapBox Office Podcast compete against each other in a few dozen questions on the comedy/horror franchise Evil Dead and the swingin' sounds of the 70s with the decade's finest one-hit-wonders. Listen to Budds learn what monitoring is in the audio biz, Mitch reveal his love of buttons ...…
 
SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES SUBSCRIBE ON POCKET CASTS SUBSCRIBE ON STITCHER In this special episode Chris sits down with writer and director D’Arby Deck to discuss the writing, production and two year editing process behind Australian noir short film Waking Moon. WATCH THE FILM BELOW
 
This week, Max is here for the music and Danielle is here for the celebrity opinions as we discuss short-lived British act Eighth Wonder. We'll explore the ups and downs of their brief career, from Grade-A dancepop to Take-It-Or-Leave-It film noir jazzpop.
 
This week The Blanchard Brothers take a ride in Christine... In this week's episode my brother (Gavin) and I (Noah) discuss Carpenter's 1983 Stephen King adaptation, Christine. This one still totally hold up for both of us, with an under appreciated score and standout performances from Keith Gordon and a slew of veteran character actors includi ...…
 
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Total Education Network
 
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Amin Joseph of Baywatch. Amin Joseph’s star is on the rise and he is continuing to make his mark in Hollywood. He will be seen on the big screen in Paramount’s highly anticipated blockbuster film reboot of BAYWATCH with Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron and Priyanka Chopra this spring. He will immediately follo ...…
 
Taking A Bow: Steve: Pop Art Pop Tart Hat by Sarah B. Abram Berroco Voyage in #4034 Kettle Sandnes Garn Alpakka in #6765 Teal Size 5 US/3.75 mm Independent Will Hat Leading Men Fiber Arts Box Office in Independent Will Sizes 6 & 8 US/4 & 5 mm Callie: Something! Now Performing: Steve: Rogers-esque Cardigan Jacket by Mary Townsend Berroco Weekend ...…
 
Taking A Bow: Steve: Pop Art Pop Tart Hat by Sarah B. Abram Berroco Voyage in #4034 Kettle Sandnes Garn Alpakka in #6765 Teal Size 5 US/3.75 mm Independent Will Hat Leading Men Fiber Arts Box Office in Independent Will Sizes 6 & 8 US/4 & 5 mm Callie: Something! Now Performing: Steve: Rogers-esque Cardigan Jacket by Mary Townsend Berroco Weekend ...…
 
So it's been a little while since I last wrote one of these things. And it'll probably be another month until write the next one, so enjoy it. The films we will be talking about on this episode are guardians of the galaxy possibly the second one but Hallum didn't specify. Mikey says he is reviewing "Being There" but he may have just been saying ...…
 
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Master Feed
 
So it's been a little while since I last wrote one of these things. And it'll probably be another month until write the next one, so enjoy it. The films we will be talking about on this episode are guardians of the galaxy possibly the second one but Hallum didn't specify. Mikey says he is reviewing "Being There" but he may have just been saying ...…
 
Michael Nordine of IndieWire joins Amy this week to honor the Twin Peaks revival with a special David Lynch head-to-head! They pit the enigmatic director's 1977 horror film "Eraserhead" against the 1986 neo-noir "Blue Velvet," touching on the foreshadowing of body horror trends, male postpartum depression, Jack Nance's captivating face, why Kyl ...…
 
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Trash, Art, And The Movies
 
Paul and Erin review two films about master thieves pulling off super-complicated heists: Jules Dassin's 1955 French noir classic RIFIFI, and Bruce Willis' ill-fated 1991 vanity project HUDSON HAWK. Plus: our quick takes on WONDER WOMAN, THE LOVERS, HOUNDS OF LOVE and RAW.
 
0603 Korea On Screen with Wonsuk Chin : Korean Noir Films
 
Chris and Sarah join us as we try to solve that classic cinematic mystery, Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Digging beneath the gags and guffaws of this groundbreaking mix of animation and live-action, we investigate its clever use of film noir conventions, uncover the movie's racial subtext, and count the passive-aggressive attacks on former Disney CE ...…
 
We visit Des Moines, the capital of Iowa and a city with more happening than meets the eye. We stroll through an art museum, chat with a t-shirt mogul, and explore the futuristic "Skywalk" after hours. This is a special episode in an occasional series about towns and cities. City Council Chronicles provides reviews of city council meetings from ...…
 
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