Best filmation podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Two guys talking movies over a freshly brewed cup of Joe. Welcome to the world's most caffeinated movie review show. Steve Hargrave and Craig Stevens are presenters who spend their working days loitering on red carpets or prodding celebrities in dingy hotel rooms, but now they've gathered at their favourite coffee shop to discuss their strange adventures, while continuing their quest for the perfect flat white.Every episode they'll look at that week's big movie release, rant about what's bee ...
 
Two fans of two iconic 70s Saturday morning programs get together to discuss an episode each podcast. Plus, look out for special episodes with the actors and writers who made the shows possible.
 
He-Man.org's podcast dedicated to discussing He-Man, She-Ra and all things around and between with fun tangents a'plenty!
 
Join Dave and Sarah as they travel through Eternia watch all of the Masters of the Universe and She-Ra Princess of Power cartoons in broadcast order.
 
The first He-Man and She-Ra podcast. Join your hosts Jon "TheShadow", Katy "Rainbow Brite", "Wacky" Martin, and James "Busta Toons" Eatock as they delve into the worlds of Masters of the Universe and Princess of Power. www.MastersCast.com
 
Join Chris and Dave's weekly ramblings about their favorite movie genre, one bloody film at a time. A horror movie podcast.
 
Join Chris and Dave's weekly ramblings about their favorite movie genre, one bloody film at a time. A horror movie podcast.
 
She-Ra: Progressive of Power is a rewatch podcast with a political twist. Each week, hosts Lauren Faits and Eric Garneau watch an episode or episodes of the 1985 cartoon She-Ra: Princess of Power and discuss its surprising relevance to modern politics — as well as its disastrously ’80s messages.
 
Tearing apart their marriage… one film at a time. (Audio Edition)
 
Known for his award-winning short films, Kasimir Burgess will premiere Fell, his highly anticipated first feature film, at the Sydney Film Festival. Kasimir, Matt Nable and Daniel Henshall discuss the process of making this visually breathtaking film.
 
The Alright, Alright, Alright McConaughcast: exploring the advanced genius of Matthew McConaughey one film at a time.
 
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INTO FILM
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Into Film puts film at the heart of the educational and personal development of children and young people across the UK. Our Into Film Recommends podcasts highlight great films to show and discuss with young people. Our Filmmaker Interviews feature talent in front of and behind the camera talking about how they started working in film.
 
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Nola FilmCast
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Mike Hogan and Adam Albaari sit down with filmmakers and enthusiasts in New Orleans to discuss the local scene and film at large.
 
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Hammered
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Hammered is a podcast about Hammer (the studio) and not hammers (the tools). Starting with The Quatermass Xperiment (1955) and ending (maybe) with To the Devil a Daughter (1976), your host J G Byrne - aided by an undead army of super-guests - will chronologically and (kind of) critically and (hopefully) amusingly work through the studio's horror releases. One film at a time. Original music by the mighty David Blake.
 
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Special Intro: Bill Corbett from Rifftrax and MST3K Film at 11: Deadpool 2 (2018) BookIT: Author Jessica Eise joins us to discuss her sci-fi time travel novel Renee Scroll With it: School’s out for Summer and Too Much Scrolling is hitting the road. Join us on June 8th, 2018 in Indianapolis for Indy POP con and make your plans now for Star Wars ...…
 
From the Desk of Ken Nelson Jr. :I had the idea for Sincerely, Brenda for 3 years. Writing 10 pages, then throwing it out. Changing the storyline…20 pages…nope I hate it…trash. This continued for years. I was afraid. I was afraid it would fail. So I kept it in a vacuum. One day Sean said to me, “Dude, it’s a good story. You have to tell it. Jus ...…
 
Welcome back to Documentary Thursdays. Now that we’ve gotten all of last year’s Oscar nominees out of the way, I thought I would try and find something a little more obscure. And if you like ambient noise soundtracks, definitely check out Eluvium, who did the music for the film, at eluvium.net. And now... Today’s movie is “Buzz One Four” (2017) ...…
 
Go Go Keith and Andy!!This week we watch the first Power Rangers Movie! We also talk about the time we saw Jason David Frank, Keith's neighbor's threat level for watching this movie, and our buddy Paul's experience with Filmation's Ghostbusters. Enjoy!Contact us at:Twitter.com/tooninpodFacebook.com/tooninpodtooninpod@gmail.com…
 
Special Intro: Neve McIntosh -- Madame Vastra from Doctor Who Film at 11: Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle (2018 on Amazon) BookIT: The Creature Court (2018) by Tansy Rayner Roberts Scroll With it: Alphabet presents its Google I/O 2018 this week and the AI at I/O is ok. Join us in reading Renee (2017) by Jessica Eise. Send your questions for ...…
 
The US often gets a bad rap for its apparent addiction to fossil fuels, but behind the scenes much is happening in the renewable energy space. James Redford (Robert Redford's son) is the director of Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution which explores the opportunities around renewable energy in America, and discovers a few fascinating success s ...…
 
Time to talk –oh wait we forgot a digression? Beyond Caring is all over that. Time to talk indie theaters and Moviepass, and oh wait? Talk about a movie you say? Alright, time for Pacific Rim II: Kaiju Boogaloo. Adam and Adam may have a consensus on their favorite new giant robot, but Adam is a little disappointed by the kaiju quotient. Adam pi ...…
 
Special Intro: Artist Nate Jones Film at 11: Ash vs. Evil Dead (2018) BookIT: Soonish (2017) by Kelly and Zach Weinersmith Scroll With it: Nick Dorsey joins us to discuss how tabletop gaming can improve your life. Join us in reading Renee (2017) by Jessica Eise. Send your questions for the author and we will discuss it in depth on May 22, 2018. ...…
 
This week, Keith and Andy watch Ghostbusters! No, not that one. Filmation's Ghostbusters. The one with the monkey.Contact us at:Twitter.com/tooninpodFacebook.com/tooninpodtooninpod@gmail.com
 
Our first set of stories features mead sample sippers at a farmers market, love stories in a bookstore, at The Top Hat and Luke’s Bar, true love under the Higgins Street Bridge, and meeting President Obama. These stories and more in this week’s audience participation podcast brought to us by Lauren Ciampa and Sara Raz reading from the anonymous ...…
 
Carlin recently watched the old Filmation Flash Gordon cartoon and Dashiell joined along the way. Major changes happened in the second season and it became a house divided over the opinion of those changes. Check out a fun discussion about the pink dragon that either ruined or improved Flash Gordon.By dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com.
 
In episode 3 we sit down with Emily "The Queen" Cotellessa and discuss her time in the Walpole Film Festival, her time studying film at NYU, and her time as an animator for Hasbro along with her advice for young filmmakers.
 
What what - an introvert at a conference!? I know - but remember I do like a challenge... This was an unexpectedly fun part of my week, and my conclusion for why this was is... FOCUS. My funk last week, I believe, is down to a lack of focus. A feeling that is definitely disturbing to type-A MUST BE ACHIEVING folk like myself. Focussing on a spe ...…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Saturday Mornings Past! This morning I talk about Blackstar, a cartoon series most notable as the precursor to He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. The series was produced by Filmation Animation studios in 1981 and aired on CBS during the Fall 1981 Saturday Morning lineup. Through my love for cereal, I also ta ...…
 
A lot of people are enjoying shooting film again, some for the first time. Film is becoming more and more popular with each year that passes. Film sales keep going up. But one thing that does seem to hinder people from wanting to get into that medium is the cost of having your film developed. In this episode I want to share my thoughts and go o ...…
 
We got a hold of Sky Bergman to chat about her film Lives Well Lived! Be sure to catch the film at Midtown Cinema starting March 30th. Featured Links: Tickets to Lives Well Lived at Midtown Cinema: http://bit.ly/LivesWellLivedAtMC Sky Bergman: http://www.skybergman.com/ Midtown Cinema: http://www.midtowncinema.com/ THE BRAIN WRAP Producers: Mat ...…
 
In the epic conclusion to the award-winning Continuum Trilogy, Aero leads a group insurgents from the Second Continuum to overthrow his rival Supreme General Vinick and unite his space colony’s military forces, while Seeker takes on a secret mission back to her home colony to reinforce Earth's defenses and protect the First Continuum against an ...…
 
Special Intro: Jonah Ray from MST3K Film at 11: The X-Files (season 11, 2018) BookIT: The Return of the King: Being the Third Part of the Lord of the Rings (1955) by J.R.R. Tolkien Scroll with it: Announcing this year’s Too Much Scrolling Spring Break group reading assignment -- We will review M.T. Anderson’s Feed on our April 3rd show. Read it ...…
 
Special Intro: Rifftrax senior writer -- Conor Lastowka Special Guest: University of Connecticut Professor Pamela Bedore Film at 11: A Wrinkle in Time (2018) BookIT: A Wrinkle in Time (1962) by Madeleine L’Engle Scroll with it: Announcing this year’s Too Much Scrolling Spring Break group reading assignment -- We will review M.T. Anderson’s Feed ...…
 
Hello, and welcome back to Small Screen’s Film Club. On this week’s episode, Alessia and I discuss Sebastián Lelio's A Fantastic Woman, which won the Oscar for the best foreign film at the Oscars. Daniela Vega is the led in this beautiful and tragic movie, but is her performance alone enough to warrant the Oscar win, or is the film as fantastic ...…
 
Sir Tom Jones and Jennifer Hudson discuss mentoring the competitors in the TV talent show The Voice, how they coach their protégés and where the value of knockout singing competitions lies. Kirsty visits rehearsals at the studios of the television show and talks to the two judges. As The Square, a satire on modern art galleries hits cinemas, we ...…
 
Interview with Al Monelli, director of the documentary film 'At The Drive-In' about the Mahoning Drive-In in Mahoning, PA. Original air date: Feb. 22, 2018For more information about the film, go to: www.facebook.com/AtTheDrivein/For more information about Cinema with a Twist go to: facebook.com/cinemawithatwist…
 
In 2011, Journalist and Director Harry Sanna was embedded with a Blackhawk medevac unit in Afghanistan. Living for several weeks with the unit, he captured unprecedented and unfiltered access to the rush and chaos of their mission. After the completion of their deployment, Sanna followed the team members home, recording their lives and thoughts ...…
 
**WARNING: SOME BACKGROUND NOISES THROUGHOUT AND TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES LATER ON** We sat down with Lawrie Brewster, the man behind Hex Media. Chatted about Lord of Tears aka The Owlman, The Unkindness of Ravens and their latest release The Black Gloves. We also threw in some other questions that stood out about what Lawrie is trying to also ac ...…
 
The latest incident of gun violence has led to the predictable debate about what Congress can, and will, do. Harry Wilson of Roanoke College reminds us that while previous shootings may have moved public... The post Episode #218: On Guns, Does Anything Change? appeared first on Ken Rudin's Political Junkie.…
 
Sights & Sounds is your weekly guide to the Bay Area arts scene. Theater artist Sarita Ocón told KALW’s Jen Chien about three fantastic arts events happening around the Bay this week, including a new play at SF State, a short film at 518 Valencia, and a futuristic arts festival in Oakland. Sarita is the founding producer of Las Hociconas Arts R ...…
 
To what extremes are we willing to go to fit more and more people and bigger and bigger economies on a finite planet? It seems we’re willing to give up many freedoms, conveniences, safety and security, but we’re not willing to acknowledge we’re overpopulated or overconsuming. Addressing those root causes is not an option. So, get ready to give ...…
 
FILMATION FEBRUARY concludes with DTPC’s look at the very special BRAVESTARR anti-drug episode, “The Price!” Addiction, chicken, crime, bath salts, death… all wrapped up in a space western burrito! Laughs are had and life lessons are learned.
 
Special Intro: Chaz Kangas from Go 95.3 in Minneapolis, MN Special Guest: Movie blogger Kyle Hickman Film at 11: Annihilation (2018) BookIT: Make Your Bed: Little Things That Can Change Your Life...And Maybe the World (2017) by William H. McRaven Scroll with it: Kyle Hickman has seen all nine of 2017’s Academy Award nominees for Best Picture an ...…
 
Christina is a Writer, Director, and a Professor. Her latest film The Rainbow Experiment recently debuted at Slamdance to much acclaim. Her first film, 42 Seconds of Happiness won numerous awards, including Best Feature Film at WTxFF in Texas, Best Ensemble Cast at Harlem IFF, Indie Spirit Award and Best Ensemble Cast at Princeton IFF, just to ...…
 
Nora Twomey, director of "The Breadwinner", looks ahead to the local premiere of her animated feature in Kilkenny this weekend during the Kilkenny Animated festival
 
In our inaugural episode, we review Lalo’s House, winner of Best Short Film at the Pan African Film Festival. LALO’S HOUSE focuses on the relentless courage of Manouchka, an 11 year-old Haitian girl, kidnapped with her little sister Phara, for an unfortunately common reason in Haiti: the two girls happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong ...…
 
It's our 10th episode! Join Brett Buffum, Will Meier, and I as we discuss the great career of Quentin Tarantino one film at a time! @SHHSTheatre @Coach_Meier. Follow us on Twitter @HistoryThruFilm and find us on iTunes.
 
Episode 2 - Nathan and Faye continue their quest to see if an old comedy film is a good comedy film, or even a film at all.
 
Portrait of Eva Turner (left) and Norah Parkin (right) taken on film at Stepney City Farm, 2017. Copyright ©Sophie Polyviou. Portrait of Eva Turner (left) and Norah Parkin (right) taken on film at Stepney City Farm, 2017. Copyright ©Sophie Polyviou. Portrait of Eva Turner (left) and Norah Parkin (right) taken on film at Stepney City Farm, 2017. ...…
 
Nerd Confessions Podcast: We brace ourselves for the Shock and Terror that is James Nguyen’s Birdemic film on the podcast this week! How did a film like this ever make it’s way to actual theaters?! What possessed the man to invest $10,000 of his own money into this film concept?! Does it live up to Alfred Hitchock’s Birds or Al Gore’s An Inconv ...…
 
Matt Hulse is a Brisih artist, filmmaker and writer who has been described by Matt Lloyd, Co-Director of the Glasgow Short Film Festival, as an artist who “makes cinema out of whatever is to hand. Matt transforms the everyday and banal into something striking, witty and beautiful.” Matt's work has been featured in Time Out’s 1000 Films to Chang ...…
 
Special Intro: Bridget Nelson from MST3K and Rifftrax Film at 11: Coco (2017) BookIT: $2.00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America (2015) by Kathryn J. Edin and H. Luke Shaefer Scroll with it: Adidas can get you on the bus, TESLA can get you there too. Def Leppard is coming to Chicago in July and their music is streaming now. Show Notes: ht ...…
 
Studio Ghibli protege Hiromasa Yonebayashi stumbles with his first film at his new company.
 
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