Best hodgepodcast podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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Hodge Podcast
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A weekly comedy podcast about movies and various other topics. You never know what you're going to get, but we're working on it. Hosted by Justin Channell and Zane Crosby.
 
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The After Lodge Podcast
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The After Lodge podcast is the after lodge banter of two men who happen to be Freemasons. It is not endorsed or recognized by any Grand or subordinate lodge of Freemasons. Drawing topics from the /r/freemasonry subreddit, as well as the other masonic networks, the Three Initiates of the After Lodge podcast discuss current-day topics within and without the fraternity.
 
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Mad Valley Lodge Podcast
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The Mad Valley Lodge is a house concert series based in Nashville, that for the last two years has hosted some of Nashville's most talented artist. Nick Pankey will be interviewing some of the musicians that play the lodge or are going to in the future.
 
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Your Local Lodge Podcast
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Your Local Lodge Podcast
 
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Jimmie Jack's Alaska Fishing Lodge Podcast with Jimmie Jack Drath
 
Jimmie Jack's Alaska Lodge provides you with spectacular oceanfront accommodations for relaxing after your action-packed guided fishing trip or sightseeing tour. Spacious rooms are tastefully adorned with charming rustic themes to provide an unforgettable experience for between 2 and 20 people.
 
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Hosted by Brandon Hodge and Jonathan Palacios!
 
Brandon welcomes you to his podcast in a short 3 minute episode!
 
A bit about Cotton Mather and the unknown man held in slavery to him (for a time) who saved Bostonians from smallpox. The story is an odd mixture of religiousity and science. Since vaccines could not be proven for years to come, it took a man of faith to spread the word that they were a good thing. Also, the Year of 13 Candidates. A Supreme Cou ...…
 
A mixed episode, what we call a 'hodge-podcast' of listener questions
 
The 1980 GOP primary, a year with a large field of candidates- larger than remembered - makes up Your Tasty Entree in this delicious podcast of TV history and politics. Also the series finale of Mad Men and how it links to historical discussion. Call this Your Starch Dish. For Your Veggies, a discussion of the 13 other prominent British Colonie ...…
 
Christopher and Eric present some of the most hilarious and entertaining highlights from their first celebrity interviews. Their special guests include world-famous novelist Anne Rice, famed prosecutor Marcia Clark, Broadway diva and T.V. star Laura Benanti and a special musical performance from comedian Alec Mapa. Along the way there’s delicio ...…
 
Christopher and Eric present some of the most hilarious and entertaining highlights from their first celebrity interviews. Their special guests include world-famous novelist Anne Rice, famed prosecutor Marcia Clark, Broadway diva and T.V. star Laura Benanti and a special musical performance from comedian Alec Mapa. Along the way there’s delicio ...…
 
Zane wanted to do another Top 10 movies of the year show, but Justin hates making Top 10 lists. As a compromise, they instead decided to do a list of 13 movies they saw in 2013 and cover great flicks like The Kings of Summer, The Dark Knight Returns Part 2, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, This is the End, practically every Marvel movie tha ...…
 
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Have You Seen My Childhood? Podcast
 
Justin and Zane review the Mormon-funded feel-good family film The Buttercream Gang in this classic episode from the old Hodge Podcast archives. Justin had hyped this movie for weeks, only to be disappointed by how awful it is. But somehow, he and Zane still manage to get some laughs out of it.
 
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Have You Seen My Childhood? Podcast
 
For our final Christmas 2013 episode, we bring you a new review with A Christmas Story 2. It's about as bad as you'd expect and something tells us no one will be watching this cheap direct-to-video cash-in sequel for 24 hours straight, unless they're very sadistic.
 
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Have You Seen My Childhood? Podcast
 
Zane and Justin were furious when they went to watch A Christmas Puppy on Netflix and discovered that there is in fact no puppy to be found anywhere in the film. Justin takes it one step further and contacts Netflix's customer support to report this travesty on this classic Hodgepodcast Christmas episode, now archived here at Have You Seen My C ...…
 
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Have You Seen My Childhood? Podcast
 
As a special Christmas gift, we're starting to bring back all of the Ernest movie reviews from Hodgepodcast and we're starting with the classic Ernest Saves Christmas! In this episode, Zane also trains a bunch of dogs dressed as reindeer to do a song-and-dance number!
 
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Have You Seen My Childhood? Podcast
 
Justin and Zane bring back another classic family film review from their old Hodgepodcast days with the Chuck Norris vehicle Top Dog. Despite being PG-13, Zane felt this movie where Chuck Norris and a dog battle a gang of evil neo-nazis was family appropriate. We'll leave you to be the judge of that.…
 
It's been a while, but Justin and Zane do a quick podcast in the car while on the way to get food before recording a new episode of Have You Seen My Childhood Podcast. They discuss their past with Taco Bell, as well as recent movies Thor: The Dark World, Bad Grandpa, The Ghastly Love of Johnny X and American Mary. However, things soon derail af ...…
 
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This week, we take a look at the Sunday-morning-comic-strip-turned-movie MARMADUKE, which is basically a high school comedy with dogs instead of human teenagers. Despite George Lopez being in the voice cast, we're quite impressed with how seriously most of the cast took their roles in the movie. Also, we introduce the new segment "Pitch the Seq ...…
 
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Have You Seen My Childhood? Podcast
 
A classic episode of the Hodge Podcast is reborn this Halloween! We review the R.L. Stein-penned Halloween TV movie When Good Ghouls Go Bad, starring Christopher Lloyd as an undead grandfather. While Zane's coming in fresh to this spooky family film, Justin has a bit of history with the film and a story about the director, Patrick Read Johnson. ...…
 
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Have You Seen My Childhood? Podcast
 
After a bit of a hiatus, we're back with a spooky Halloween episode! We go deep into Canada's sweetheart Ellen Page's long-forgotten days of child acting in family TV movies with the often-retitled Animal Planet Original Movie Ghost Cat. Sure enough, there is a cat that happens to be a ghost in this movie, so there's that. Oh, and if you've alr ...…
 
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Hodge Podcast
 
Zane shows Justin the joys of an Ernest P. Worrell pullstring doll he found at a flea market, before our hosts discuss various topics, including Orange is the New Black, the CollegeHumor feature film Coffee Town, how much they suck at researching topics we discuss on this podcast, Synapse Films' fantastic Street Trash - Special Meltdown Edition ...…
 
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Have You Seen My Childhood? Podcast
 
In this archived episode from the old Hodge Podcast days of reviewing kids movies, Justin and Zane find that JUDY MOODY AND THE NOT BUMMER SUMMER might be one of the most underrated family films they've ever watched. Now, we're reposting it for you guys to enjoy to make sure that none of our listeners are having bummer summers.…
 
Justin and Zane thought it'd be a good idea to record the show from the jungle, but things get out of hand when they discover that their jungle guide is actually a monkey named Derek. Shop at Amazon.com and support this show!
 
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Have You Seen My Childhood? Podcast
 
Zane talked Justin into reviewing the 2007 cartoon adaptation Underdog based on one thing alone: Peter Dinklage plays the villain. But will the awesome acting power of The Dink be ruined by Jason Lee's half-caring voice over as Underdog? Tune in to find out!
 
Zane and Justin have been trying to figure out what to do, now that the family film reviews have migrated to a separate podcast. However, their typical movie-and-TV-show-talking nonsense continues with a spoiler-filled review of STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS, recommendations on how to approach the upcoming STAR WARS sequels, the "demand" for shorter ...…
 
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Have You Seen My Childhood? Podcast
 
This week, we take a look at 1997's Nickelodeon original movie GOOD BURGER, starring Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson. This episode was actually the long-lost first episode of Hodge Podcast, which we've decided to re-upload for the fine folks who have tuned into this podcast!
 
This is the week! Our family film reviews are now on their own separate podcast, called HAVE YOU SEEN MY CHILDHOOD! We decided to post the debut episode here, but for all future family films, you'll have to subscribe at http://seenmychildhood.podbean.com/ On the debut episode of Have You Seen My Childhood?, hosts Justin Channell and Zane Crosby ...…
 
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Have You Seen My Childhood? Podcast
 
On the debut episode of Have You Seen My Childhood?, hosts Justin Channell and Zane Crosby learn about when friends become enemies in the Disney Channel original movie FRENEMIES. The conversation also steers toward Zane's inability to do a Bill Cosby impersonation and taco preparation. Also, this show is a spin-off of our original podcast, Hodg ...…
 
Zane just graduated college and has also become the owner of a nest of baby birds living within the walls of his house. Justin joins him to talk about these topics, as well as random things like Marc Maron's new show Maron, the Nickelodeon game show Arcade, Louie Anderson diving on the NBC show Splash and much more. Shop at Amazon.com through t ...…
 
Steve McElroy joins us for another episode, where we talk about The Evil Dead remake, Zane's displeasure with horror movies, Planet of the Apes, Words with Friends, the definition of the word haberdasher and much, much more. This podcast is guaranteed to be the favorite episode of everyone named Charles. Shop at Amazon.com through this link to ...…
 
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Hodge Podcast
 
Special guest Steve McElroy picked the 1976 film Bugsy Malone for our latest family film review episode. This is one of the weirdest films we've reviewed yet, telling a loose adaptation story of gangster Bugs Moran with a cast of all children. And did we mention it was a musical - albeit, one where only adults (mainly Paul Williams) provide the ...…
 
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Hodge Podcast
 
After hearing Justin had never seen 1995's favorite family film, JUMANJI, Zane chose it as our latest family film review. Hear us discuss all sorts of topics regarding this film, including a surprisingly relevant scene about gun control! Plus, we make a VERY special announcement regarding the future of these review episodes, so if you like hear ...…
 
Petey Bartonelli returns to the newly renovated Hodge Podcast studio to discuss what he's been up to since the last time he was on the show, which includes a visit to the Grand Canyon, hitchhiking, riding a new kind of bike and much more. Petey also tells us his his top three movies with pool scenes and barbecue scenes. Help support our show by ...…
 
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