Best filmpod podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Forgotten Film Pod
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Step 1: Introduce movies to each other we missedStep 2: Give two weeks to watch the movies we introducedStep 3: Discuss the movies we missed with each other
 
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Bullet Brothers Film (iPod)
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Bringing you updates and clips from our upcoming film.
 
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Hall/Kjellén - En filmpodd med Hall och Kjellén
Monthly
 
Trött på förenklade recensioner av film, där allt handlar om ett slutbetyg på en till fem stjärnor? Något sådant förekommer inte i Hall/Kjellén där värdarna Gustav Hall och Daniel Kjellén varannan vecka analyserar filmer utifrån givna teman. Avsnitten är spoilerfria i början, så att alla kan lyssna, och avslutas med en spoilersektion för den som redan sett filmen. Följ oss på Facebook och Twitter, och kolla in vår hemsida för mer information.
 
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Tveksamt
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en filmpodd
 
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TweedyCast
Monthly
 
Games • Film • Pop Culture • Tweed
 
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Waxing Midwestern
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TV, Film, Pop Culture, and ADD
 
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Elbow Rocket
Weekly
 
James and Jim discuss their passions in video games, film, pop culture and the general experiences of two twenty-somethings getting by in the big bad world.
 
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Hype Cast
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A podcasting network that celebrates film, pop-culture, Star Wars, and much more!
 
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Kyle and Andrea's Podcast
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We're fracken hysterical. We talk about all things T.V., film, pop culture, and whatever else may be on our minds.
 
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Pixel Junkies Podcast
Weekly
 
Join the Pixel Junkies crew every Monday as they discuss gaming, film, pop culture and share a few stories.
 
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Cinematic Idiots
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A bi-weekly podcast about film, pop culture, and books. Getting a little bit smarter, one classic film at a time.Brad and Monica host a classic movie club podcast that invites you to finally catch up on all those films you probably should have seen by now.
 
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Stuart Murdoch: Meet the Filmmaker
 
Writer and director Stuart Murdoch talks about his whimsical musical feature film God Help the Girl. Stuart—who’s also lead singer of indie pop group Belle & Sebastian— talks about how the movie captures one summer of possibility as three rootless young souls form a pop group in Glasgow.
 
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John Slattery: Meet the Filmmaker
 
Director John Slattery (Mad Men) discusses his latest film. God’s Pocket is a darkly comic crime drama starring Philip Seymour Hoffman and an ensemble cast made up of some of independent film’s finest character actors, including Richard Jenkins (Jack Reacher, The Visitor), Christina Hendricks, John Turturro (Transformers, Fading Gigolo) and Eddie Marsan (Filth, Tyrannosaur). Hosted by Charles Gant at the Apple store, Regent Street in London.
 
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Powder Room: Meet the Filmmaker
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Sheridan Smith (Quartet, Mrs Biggs), Jaime Winstone (Made in Dagenham, Wild Bill) and director MJ Delaney discuss their new film, Powder Room. Set over the course of one crazy night on the town, down-on-her-luck Sam (Smith) leads us on a comedic and voyeuristic journey into the lives of a multitude of women at all stages of love and life. Moderated by Anna Smith at the Apple Regent Street in London.
 
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The #PettyCast
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We don't read. We roast!The GeekMundo network is pleased to introduce #ThePettyCast, a weekly podcast where we vent and rant about all the things that you're afraid to say out loud. Do not expect us to take the high road on this podcast. We're here to let our petty flow about anything from politics, film, pop culture, race, and everyday life. We're here to be insubordinate, and very petty.The #PettyCast is brought to you by the couple/team behind GeekMundo.net.GeekMundo is a pop culture, gee ...
 
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The Fourth of July Holiday may be past, but we're still talking about those two patriotic, life-affirming flicks PURGE: ELECTION YEAR and A BOY AND HIS DOG. Just how realistic are these movies, in terms of their future probabilities and in executing their narratives? And are they entertaining or interesting enough to get over their drippingly c ...…
 
The third season finale of Fargo on FX is this week, so we're just in time for our discussions of both the Fargo pseudo-spin-off KUMIKO, THE TREASURE HUNTER and the Coen bros' own frosty-non-Fargo fable, INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS. Join the Forgotten Film Pod for a lively session of movie talkery about two flicks that have a lot more in common than, b ...…
 
FX is deep into its third season of Fargo, a show that at least two of us love. To celebrate Noah Hawley's lyrical adaptation of the Coen Bros. film classic, the Forgotten Film Pod is introducing each other to KUMIKO, THE TREASURE HUNTER, which takes place in a kind of pocket of the Fargo cinematic universe, and INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS, the Coens' ...…
 
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Pod Nerdy 2 Me
 
Is it game over, man? Evolving into a perfect film? Pod Nerdy 2 Me explains in our spoiler-filled review of Alien Covenant.Track Credits:Intro track: Quentin - bit.ly/QuenStroByStrong Suit - strongsuit.bandcamp.comLicensed under:CC BY-SA 4.0 - creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/Modified for use----Mid track:Brainwaves - bit.ly/BraiStroByStr ...…
 
Guardians of the Galaxy v.2 is a hit and Wonder Woman is right around the corner, so to gear up we watched Roger Corman's 1978 "classic" STARCRASH, starring Christopher Plummer and David "Don't Hassle the Hoff" Hasslehoff, and the non-Conan-Conan-spin-off, RED SONJA, introducing Brigitte Nielsen and featuring Ernie Reyes Jr.! (Oh, and some dude ...…
 
In honor of two big Hollywood blockbusters coming out in the next month or so -- Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2 and Wonder Woman -- we decided to introduce each other to some, well, smaller scale films that may or may not be sci-fi/fantasy and feature strong, female characters. Instead of Gamora, we've got Stella Star in Roger Corman's STARCRAS ...…
 
What does it mean when a movie is short on plot and character, but exceeds its short runtime with ideas and philosophy? Our discussion of the original GHOST IN THE SHELL anime hopes to answer that question. Does it standalone, or does it require all the sequels and adaptations it's gotten? And what does it mean when a movie is short on plot, ch ...…
 
With both Scarlett Johansson's whitewashed Ghost in the Shell and Vin Deisel's latest entry in the Fast and the Furious franchise, we decided to marry those contexts by catching up with the original anime-ted GHOST IN THE SHELL adaptation and a literally forgotten Vin Deisel sci-fi adventure called BABYLON A.D., adapted from a novel called Baby ...…
 
Hello and welcome back to Now That I’m Older, where we talk about how getting older sucks, like when you realize that no, those aren’t blonde hairs…you legitimately have gray in your beard. This week we start out with talking about how home ownership kinda sucks from time to time. Then we get into a harrowing tale of Kenny’s car accident and ho ...…
 
It's a super-duper sized episode as the Forgotten Film Pod crew dive deep into the almost unprecedented catastrophe that is X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE. What went wrong? Basically everything. We really, really don't pull any punches on this movie. Thankfully, the follow-up set in Japan, THE WOLVERINE, is a delightful romp in comparison. Do we come ...…
 
To get Josh prepared for LOGAN, Jordan and Rob decided it was abundantly necessary to take him on the journey that James Howlett takes from sickly kid to a master-less "ronin". The good, the bad, the WTF. It's all necessary before you witness Hugh Jackman's supposedly last X-movie. In this episode, the FFP crew introduces X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERI ...…
 
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Forgotten Film Pod
 
It's a brand new b-b-b-b-b-bonus episode featuring the Forgotten Film Pod's discussion of Hugh Jackman's final turn as Wolverine in James Mangold's LOGAN. In preparation, the boys introduced each other to X-Men Origins: Wolverine and The Wolverine, so stay tuned for those episodes. In the meantime, please to enjoy this free-flowing discussion o ...…
 
The FFP crew is back with their discussions of both Edgar Wright's SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD and Berry Gordy's THE LAST DRAGON. Can Josh and Jordan get beyond the Michael Cera-ness of it all, is Michael Cera really even all that off-putting? Can Rob appreciate colorful characters like Bruce Leroy Greene, Sho'Nuff, and the gang at Sum Dum Goy ...…
 
Just in time for Valentine's Day, we're introducing each other to two of the, er, most? romantic high concept martial arts action comedies. That's right, we're doing Edgar Wright's SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD and Berry Gordy's THE LAST DRAGON. For Josh, Scott Pilgrim is an Edgar-Wright-sized hole in his movie history. For Rob, he's been wary of ...…
 
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Forgotten Film Pod
 
The FFP crew have just finished watching Martin Scorsese's HUGO and Robert Altman's GOSFORD PARK, two latter-day award-winning almost masterpieces from two legendary American filmmakers. Just right for Oscar season, no? Do the movies hold up? Were their rewards and accolades deserved? We discuss these and more, as well as film history and how t ...…
 
The boys are back from their hiatus and ready to talk about a couple of Oscar hopefuls from the (fairly) recent past. Josh introduces both Jordan and Rob to Martin Scorsese's 3-D family flick HUGO, while he and Jordan both introduce Rob to Robert Altman's Agatha Christie-esque GOSFORD PARK. During their conversation, our esteemed hosts also fin ...…
 
Still on hiatus, but we decided to ring in the new year with a very special episode highlighting some of our best moments, as well as several things that were taken out of final episode cuts due to time or other factors. So if you enjoyed The Forgotten Film Pod in 2016, then this is the episode for you. Sit back, relax, and enjoy some of our be ...…
 
The Forgotten Film Pod takes a break from their hiatus to talk about Rogue One: A Star Wars Story for your listening pleasure. The boys discuss the movie itself, of course, as well as it's place in the larger Star Wars cinematic universe (spoilers abound, and spoiler alert - they liked it). Does the movie surpass South Park's "Member Berries" c ...…
 
Due to the upcoming holidays, the FFP is going on hiatus for a bit. But not to fret, the boys have reached back into their archives and rediscovered the original recording of their second-ever introduction episode -- about BATMAN: MASK OF THE PHANTASM and SUPERMAN II: THE RICHARD DONNER CUT. We were still figuring things out and just about to h ...…
 
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Forgotten Film Pod
 
It’s our discussion of the first BONDATHON, wherein we determine just how good, bad, and progressive this franchise really was. Or wasn't. Come for DR. NO. Stay for OCTOPUSSY. And then leave 'em wanting more with LIVING DAYLIGHTS. It's Girls, girls girls! Enjoy!The Forgotten Film Pod Will Return... and can also be heard on iTunes and Stitcher.T ...…
 
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Forgotten Film Pod
 
It's our first annual BONDATHON with a look at some of the most popular, and somewhat forgettable (how appropriate) Bond Girls in the James Bond movie canon. We're doing three movies instead of two this time, for that real marathon-y goodness, as Rob introduces the Taylor Boys to Sean Connery's DR. NO, Roger Moore's OCTOPUSSY, and Timothy Dalto ...…
 
What better time to watch and discuss two movies that take place during the week of Halloween than during the week of Halloween? We dig into the tricks of HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH and marvel at the treats of COWBOY BEBOP: THE MOVIE (aka KNOCKIN' ON HEAVEN'S DOOR). Tis the season to be spooky, fa la la aaaaaaaaaugh!The Forgotten Film P ...…
 
We're gearing up for All Hallow's Eve with a pair of movies that take place during the week of Halloween -- HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH and COWBOY BEBOP: THE MOVIE (aka KNOCKIN' ON HEAVEN'S DOOR). It's aberrant horror meets honorific anime! As Josh introduces Halloween 3 and Rob introduces Cowboy Bebop, we re-touch on the slasher genre, ...…
 
Back to School Month concludes with our discussions of the early 1980s teen comedy classic THE BREAKFAST CLUB and the late 1980s meta-horror mystery RETURN TO HORROR HIGH. Does John Hughes stand the test of time? Do movies have to make sense to be good? What is it with principals, anyway? All this and more on this episode of the Forgotten Film ...…
 
It's back to school time! To celebrate something we never have to do again, we're introducing each other to some 1980s high school "classics". First up Rob brings John Hughes' bottle-episode-of-a-movie, THE BREAKFAST CLUB, to Josh and Jordan; then Jordan returns the favor with the cult horror flick RETURN TO HORROR HIGH. We discuss teen and sla ...…
 
Our Stranger Things appreciation continues with our discussion of Panos Cosmatos' BEYOND THE BLACK RAINBOW and Ryan Gosling's LOST RIVER. How do these directorial debuts fare against each other? Do they live up to our 80s expectations? Where do they stand in the pantheon of first features? Is "Ryan Gosling" still here? Listen to this episode of ...…
 
Have you heard of Netflix's new series, Stranger Things? Have you seen it? If so, then you'll understand why we were excited to dive back into 80s-inspired movies with neon aesthetics and synth-y vibes on the soundtrack. To that end, we're introducing psychedelic thriller BEYOND THE BLACK RAINBOW and Ryan Gosling's directorial debut/ode to his ...…
 
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Forgotten Film Pod
 
The boys went to see the latest entry in the DCEU, SUICIDE SQUAD, and they had some thoughts! Where does the movie land on the scale between Civil War and Dawn of Justice? Was Jared Leto's Jim Carrey impression worth all the method torture? How is the movie like both generations of Ghostbusters? Listen to the episode to find out!Plus, Rob lays ...…
 
Join us for our in-depth discussions of both MEN IN BLACK 3 and TOY STORY 3. Does MIIIB redeem the series? Which Pixar movie is the best? What does God have to do with any of this? Does whatever happened, happened? All this and more in this episode of the FORGOTTEN FILM POD!Clips for this episode brought to you by Columbia Records, Will Smith, ...…
 
Josh and Jordan introduce TOY STORY 3 to Rob, while Rob does the same for MEN IN BLACK 3 to Josh and Jordan. We discuss why we're all averse to long-delayed franchise sequels, and why these flicks may just avoid those fates. We also do a brief rundown of our favorite Pixar movies, discuss Jayden Smith's Twitter antics, and tell a few toy storie ...…
 
To celebrate the United States' 240th birthday we watched Oliver Stone's Vietnam War protest film (and biopic of activist Ron Kovic) BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY, as well as Spike Lee's modern classic that meditates on race relations in this country, DO THE RIGHT THING. Has anything changed in the 25 years since these films' release? Will Rob cha ...…
 
Today we’re introducing each to two movies that tie directly or loosely into America's Birthday, July 4th -- Oliver Stone's scathing indictment of the military industrial complex, BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY, and Spike Lee's masterpiece about the hottest day of the year in Bed-Stuy NYC, DO THE RIGHT THING. What's our history with these movies an ...…
 
In this episode the FFP gang discusses their Captain America: Civil War tie-ins -- Michael Bay's PAIN & GAIN and THE ICEMAN starring Michael Shannon. How do these two very different true crime stories stack up? Spoiler Alert! This one is pretty lopsided.Also, apologies again for any audio issues you might experience in this episode. It's not to ...…
 
Celebrate Memorial Day with our bonus discussion of Marvel's CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR. This time we've actually seen it, so beware of spoilers all ye who enter here. What did we think? Where does it rank in the larger MCU canon? Listen to find out...Also, apologies for any audio issues you might experience during this episode. They were minim ...…
 
This time we're introducing two Captain America: Civil War affiliated flicks, Michael Bay's ode to fitness and idiocy, PAIN & GAIN, and the true crime drama about serial killer and mob hitman Richard Kuklinski, THE ICEMAN. We're both excited and the opposite of excited for this pairing. Stay tuned for the discussion in two weeks!You can also li ...…
 
Were these "werewolves'" barks bigger than their bites? Does the 70s kitsch hold up, much less alongside the modern day classic? Find out in this episode as we discuss THE BEAST MUST DIE and DOG SOLDIERS! (Spoiler alert: We liked both, but for very different reasons.)You can also listen to us on iTunes and Stitcher!Theme:“Vintage Education”Kevi ...…
 
This episode we're diving into the gaping maw of werewolf movies by introducing each other to the 1970s Agatha Christie inspired "classic" THE BEAST MUST DIE and the modern indie darling by Game of Thrones' Neil Marshall, DOG SOLDIERS.Is the identity of the beast too obvious? Are gender norms that important in a survival situation? Listen to fi ...…
 
You've heard the intro, now it's time to listen to what we thought about BATMAN: MASK OF THE PHANTASM and SUPERMAN II: THE RICHARD DONNER CUT. Do they hold up? Are they as good as we remember? Is Christopher Reeve actually the worst Superman? This conversation was legitimately mind blowing, so be sure to stick around to the end!You can also lis ...…
 
In this episode we introduce each other to BATMAN: MASK OF THE PHANTASM, the theatrical spin-off of the 1990s Animated Series, and the piecemeal director's cut of SUPERMAN II, aka THE RICHARD DONNER CUT, released in the wake of Bryan Singer's retro-flavored Superman Returns. We laugh, we lean, and we maybe even love.What did we think about thes ...…
 
With Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice coming out, for our next episode we decided to watch a Batman and a Superman movie at least one of us hadn't seen before. We also wound up briefly talking about Zack Snyder's new movie, so here's that conversation as a bonus episode. Check back in a week for our next film intro episode!Theme:“Vintage Educ ...…
 
Our very first discussion episode, wherein we talk about the two movies we introduced and watched in the intro – Ari Folman’s 2013 adaptation of the Stanislaw Lem sci-fi novel, THE CONGRESS, and Gerald Potterton’s 1981 animated rock'n'roll classic, HEAVY METAL.What did we think after we watched the movies, and what, if anything, did we learn by ...…
 
Our very first episode, wherein we talk about the show’s premise and introduce the first two movies we’re going to watch – Ari Folman’s 2013 adaptation of the Stanislaw Lem sci-fi novel, THE CONGRESS, and Gerald Potterton’s 1981 animated rock'n'roll classic, HEAVY METAL.What did we think before we watched the movies, and what was our awareness ...…
 
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Miskatonic Musings
 
Happy 20062016! Sean & Charles are joined by their new co-host, Ask Lovecraft's Leeman Kessler, to discuss "Following You Home" by Matthew M. Bartlett & the 2015 film "Pod." Music: Eyes Gone Wrong Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Show Notes: Miskatonic Musings - Episode 66 - Zero to Hooker (w/Lauren Ashley Carter) Matthew M. Bartlett - Following ...…
 
Ep 41 – Christmas Straight up double episode night with the John ‘The Goat’ Gauthier, Holly de Goat, DJ Tatz, and the Five Film Pod crew. Everyone runs through their favourite Christmas memories and then we, obviously, run through the top five Christmas memory. What’s yours? Thanks so much for listening with us this year. Happy Holidays to you ...…
 
We’ve had Pod in the queue for awhile. Mickey Keating is going to be a force to watch. This film, as well as his current festival killing Darling, show a remarkable amount of talent. There are some minor hiccups in the acts but overall, a great fucking film. Filmed on a super micro-budget, the movie features the very talented indie scream queen ...…
 
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Voice Film Club
 
Furious 7 and While We're Young are two very different movies but both receive generally positive reviews from Alan Scherstuhl and Stephanie Zacharek of the Village Voice, and Amy Nicholson of LA Weekly, who again get together via the magic of the internet for the Voice Film Club podcast. Amy also recommends White God, a move that stars about 1 ...…
 
The Gunman, Run All Night, and Cinderella are discussed by Village Voice film critic Stephanie Zacharek and LA Weekly film critic Amy Nicholson on this week's episode of the Voice Film Club podcast. Email us at filmpod@villagevoice.com and follow us on the Twitter at @voicefilmclub. Read all of our movie reviews, interviews and news over at vil ...…
 
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Voice Film Club
 
There are five reasons why Fox's Empire has become a breakout hit, and on this week's Voice Film Club podcast, we run down why the show, introduced as a mid-season replacement, has surged to nearly 14 million viewers an episode by its eighth week. Joining Voice film editor Alan Scherstuhl are Voice TV columnist Inkoo Kang, Brooklyn bon vivant M ...…
 
There was an awkward moment between Fifty Shades of Grey star Dakota Johnson and her mom, Melanie Griffith, on the red carpet before the Oscars on Sunday. But the world got to see Johnson's impressive talent for pretending uncomfortable situations don't seem to bother her (see also: Fifty Shades of Grey). It was an eventful Academy Awards, and ...…
 
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