Best kubrick podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society presents a brand new podcast for 2018. “Kubrick’s Universe : The Stanley Kubrick Podcast” featuring a new guest interview every episode.
 
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Not Just a Movie
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Don't you hate when people say, "It's Just a Movie!" At Not Just A Movie (N-JAM for short) we love in-depth (but fun!) discussions of cinema and TV topics. Follow our conversations that aim to give the art form the respect it deserves.
 
Movie Geeks United! is one of the most popular movie-themed podcasts with a worldwide listening audience of close to 6 million. Includes film reviews, news, topic discussion, in-depth original series, and more than 1000 original interviews with some of the brightest talents in the industry, including Jennifer Lawrence, Robert Duvall, Francis Ford Coppola, James Cameron, David Cronenberg, Brian De Palma, and more. Home of the internationally acclaimed The Kubrick Series.
 
Stanley Kubrick is one of the world's greatest filmmakers. Stephen King is one of the world's greast horror writers. Join us at nowplayingpodcast.com to hear if these are two great tastes that taste great together, and also look at King's own 1997 TV Miniseries adaptation!
 
Stephen King's Carrie is being remade in a new movie starring Chloë Grace Moretz. To prepare we're going back and rewatching all previous Carrie films as part of a massive Stephen King movie retrospective series, reviewing every adaptation of a King work! Join us at nowplayingpodcast.com to hear all the reviews!
 
Stanley Kubrick is considered one of the best directors of all time, and many consider 2001: A Space Odyssey his best film. Join Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob as they review this cinema classic, as well as the 1984 sequel, to find out if 2001 still works in 2014!
 
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KubrickCast
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An attempt to explain what makes Stanley Kubrick one of the most admired and debated filmmakers of all time, one film per episode, until William Beutler and Renan Borelli are finished.
 
Stephen King's second published novel 'Salem's Lot has had three screen adaptations. Now join Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob as they watch and review all three adaptations in their continuing look all movies based on King's writing!
 
Join producer Tim Kirk as he stops by to discuss his new film "Room 237." The work is a wry and provocative documentary that fuses fact and fiction through interviews with cultists and scholars, creating a kaleidoscopic deconstruction of Stanley Kubrick’s still-controversial classic, "The Shining."
 
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Tank Riot
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Tank Riot is a never dull audio podcast that digs deep into the minds of Viktor, Sputnik, and Tor. Each podcast starts you on a winding audio journey with destinations such as William Henry Harrison, Woodrow Wilson, Hogan's Heroes, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Stranger Things, CFAA, Spectre, The Martian, Pope Francis's Global Warming Encyclical, Vincent van Gogh, John Carpenter, Nick Drake, Ada Lovelace, Deep State, Blaxploitation Films, Spaghetti Westerns, John Wayne, the Midterm Elections, sc ...
 
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Tank Riot
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Tank Riot is a never dull audio podcast that digs deep into the minds of Viktor, Sputnik, and Tor. Each podcast starts you on a winding audio journey with destinations such as William Henry Harrison, Woodrow Wilson, Hogan's Heroes, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Stranger Things, CFAA, Spectre, The Martian, Pope Francis's Global Warming Encyclical, Vincent van Gogh, John Carpenter, Nick Drake, Ada Lovelace, Deep State, Blaxploitation Films, Spaghetti Westerns, John Wayne, the Midterm Elections, sc ...
 
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IMDB Rating: 7.2/10 Genre: Biography / Documentary / Drama Size: 685.56 MB Runtime: 1hr 18 min S Is For Stanley is the story of Emilio D'Alessandro, Stanley Kubrick's personal driver. A Friendship that lasted through 30 years of their lives, helped create four cinema masterpieces, and brought together two apparently opposite people, that found ...…
 
This week we take a look at the documentary Filmworker which focuses on Stanley Kubrick's unsung rught hand man, before talking a little about the works of the great director himself. We also share our thoughts on the new Netflix original zombie drama Cargo and another, more satanic documentary - Mansfield 66/67. Follow us on twitter @cinematic ...…
 
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SHOW NOTES Stargates and pod bay doors! In honor of its 50th anniversary, this episode of Film Loop is all about Stanley Kubrick’s seminal film, 1968’s “2001: A Space Odyssey.” Darian and Victor remember the first time they encountered the influential sci-fi masterpiece, discuss their favorite moments, and settle the Space Baby debate once and ...…
 
Episode 18 A.K.A… What a high energy podcast! The boys discuss what is next on the horizon for (former) Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, which Premier League managers will get sacked that shouldn’t and decide on the best World Cup England song. Jake steals a recipe for quick dish of the week, AJ reviews another Stanley Kubrick film with A Clockwo ...…
 
Filmworker is an observation on how legends and legendary works are created. The complex, productive and interdependent relationship between Leon Vitali and Stanley Kubrick was founded on devotion, artistic passion, sensibility, sacrifice and the grueling joy of the creative process. It’s a rare person who would give up fame and fortune to toil ...…
 
If you haven't noticed it, I love talking with other podcasts, on my podcast, it's like, META. There Was A Sale, is a media review podcast hosted by Kayla and Matt, they brought cookies (aww!) and we chatted about their show, some gripes with the overwhelming and never-ending surge of superhero films, mainly my gripes... and we even attempt to ...…
 
Michael Benson works at the intersection of art and science. A writer, artist, and filmmaker, his new book, Space Odyssey: Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C. Clarke, and the Making of a Masterpiece examines the four year long production of 2001: A Space Odyssey, and was published on the 50th anniversary of that film’s release. During the last decade Be ...…
 
We ended Episode 4 with the music of Cat Power and start Episode 5 with the music Cat Stevens! Well done, well done. This episode features all the feel good moments we've come to expect from The Handmaid's Tale! There are showdowns galore, a trip back to The Colonies, some Commander frat house shenanigans, a mass wedding, and a bathtub scene th ...…
 
Brian Reddin previews "Filmworker", a documentary about Leon Vitali who gave up his own film career to work with Stanley Kubrick
 
FRANCE 24 film critic Lisa Nesselson tells us about two movies focusing on families: "Shoplifters", by Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda, which is competing for the top prize at Cannes, and "Our Struggles", by French director Guillaume Senez, which is showing at International Critics' Week. She also talks about the best film she has seen at t ...…
 
Coach and Benway don't always see eye to eye. A case in point: our discussion about Stanley Kubrick, his films, his legacy.If you want more Coach & Benway episodes, go to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CoachandBenway
 
Welcome to Episode 75 of the Holmes Movies Podcast! Join Anders Holmes as he discusses Stanley Kubrick's horror film The Shining and John Krasinski's newest directorial effort A Quiet Place0:12 - 1:58: Introduction2:32 - 21:31: The Shining Review22:05 - 39:25: A Quiet Place Review39:56 - 40:50: Goodbyes and Where to Find Us on Social MediaCheck ...…
 
Cameron is joined once again by Torsten to watch a "classic" horror movie from the eighties. Ready Player One Spoilers: 2:05 - 6:34 Everybody has that one gap in their movie knowledge. For one of our hosts, it's all of them.
 
Open the pod bay doors, Hal! In this episode of Cinepod Moviecast, we discuss the only science fiction film directed by Mr. Zulueta's favorite director Stanley Kubrick on the 50th Anniversary of its release. Is it a timeless masterpiece, or is it a laborious slog (albeit a brilliant one). -- Chuck
 
We head back to 1967, join the marines and head to Vietnam with Joker, Animal Mother and Gunny Heartman in this episode of MATM, we watched Full Metal Jacket. This movie saw both myself and Brian off to our individual enlistments in the military and was a great war movie for its time but will our millennial, RJ, even like it. Join us as we expl ...…
 
Kubrick shits golden bricks? A hidden Kingdom Hearts conspiracy? Why are we so derivative and ridiculous? Who knows, maybe you should tell us. Catch up with us this week as we review the newest horror flick, A Quiet Place!
 
On April 3, 1968, hundreds of audience members walked out of the theatrical premier of a strange, long, dialogue-sparse science fiction film. Now regarded as one of the greatest science fiction films of all time, Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey was first met with harsh reviews from critics. Writer and filmmaker Michael Benson, author of ...…
 
Brian aka Who Knows joins us on episode 12. On this episode we discuss: Hip-Hop - Good vs. Bad The writing process and writers block Stanley Kubrick & conspiracy theories Facebook privacy issues Sinclair Broadcast Groups viral video
 
Join Producer Alfred Crane as he leads the discussion the films of Stanley Kubrick between co hosts Jonathan Moody and Donnie Sturges with special guest Leza Cantoral (Podcast host of Get Lit With Leza)
 
As Adam and Norm gear up for a production shoot this weekend, we get together to chat about Adam's experience at the March for Our Lives, a Kubrick prop replica he's working on, and the trend for pop culture conventions over the past few years. Plus, we can't wait to talk about Ready Player One. Did you like the film?…
 
Matthew’s Letterboxd Watchlist Matthew’s Letterboxd Diary iTunes RSS Feed Google Play Stitcher Radio TuneIn Through the randomness of the universe I watched some films from a few of my favourite directors this week. It generally wasn’t planned, most of these films were picked in the moment. But it’s a very pleasant way to spend a week with some ...…
 
Join us as we debate two game-changing directors, their films, and their influence over the entertainment industry. Don't forget to like/follow!
 
SUBSCRIBE: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/this-is-parallels/id1324203086READ MORE: https://thisisparallels.com/podcast/013-orsaDOWNLOAD: https://theartistunion.com/tracks/67c115TracklistSebastian Busto – The Life We Deserve (Original Mix) [The Soundgarden]Way Out West – Lullaby Horizon (Ben Böhmer Remix) [Anjunadeep]Anton Dhouran & Rafael ...…
 
The title is from Stanley Kubricks last movie. Kubrick was concerned about elitist secret societies controlling the lives of average citizens. Eyes wide shut refers to one secret societies' principle that you keep a blind eye to the behavior of your fellow members. I suggest that the Deep State has the attributes of a secret society, and that W ...…
 
On Episode 294 of Trick or Treat Radio we break out the Ouija board and attempt to communicate with the ghosts of our past during a total solar eclipse. Nothing bad can happen, right?! This week we check out the Netflix Original, Veronica from director Paco Plaza. It is being hailed by some as the scariest movie ever made, do we agree? You’ll h ...…
 
In this week's episode, we talk up Stanley Kubrick's 1953 debut feature 'Fear and Desire'. It's a feature that only Mr. Kubrick could love, you might say, and that's unfortunate because he hated it. No for real - Kubrick hated this movie and seemed to be plenty embarrassed by it. Any chance he got he'd talk it down and warn people away from it. ...…
 
In our first Live! From the Vidéothèque episode, Matt Silcock and Sam Lounsbury discuss the enigmatic director, Stanley Kubrick. Every day at the Vidéothèque, we have great off-the-cuff chats about film. So we decided, “Why not record and share these musings as an oh-so fashionable podcast?” Well, we’ve done it. From here on out, you can expect ...…
 
This week JT McParlin is back on the podcast to talk about Stanley Kubrick’s film A Clockwork Orange (1971). As always pictures will be up on the Twitter page @DecArtsPodcast
 
This week Craig makes Shawn sad by remembering the fact that Stanley Kubrick died 19 years ago, but then makes him happy by telling him all about the master filmmaker's little seen and even less admired (by Kubrick himself, at least) debut feature 'Fear and Desire.' All that and the literal addresses of where Stanley was born and went to public ...…
 
Being trapped in an Escher painting isn't as fun as it sounds In this episode we discussed House of Stairs, by William Sleator. If you want to follow us on twitter we are @stillscaredpod, and our email address is stillscaredpodcast@gmail.com. Intro music is by Maki Yamazaki, find her work at makiyamazaki.com Outro music is by Joe Kelly, and his ...…
 
In our third episode, our host Jason Furlong speaks to Canadian born actor Shane Rimmer about his time on set shooting Dr. Strangelove with Stanley Kubrick in 1963. Shane Rimmer (born 28 May 1929) is a Canadian actor, voice actor and screenwriter, known for providing the voice of Scott Tracy in the British television series Thunderbirds (1965–6 ...…
 
Track List - 1 March 2018 1-Findike - Eye (Original Mix)(FINDIKE RECORDS) 2-Alejo Gonzalez & Max Blade - Secret Room (Matias Chilano Remix)(Balkan Connection) 3-Ramus - Whisper (Original_Mix) (Empire Studio Records) 4-Las Von & Division One - Willow (Original Mix)(BC2 records) 5-D-Nox & Beckers - Hotaru (Sudbeat Music) 6-PREMIERE Jerome Isma Ae ...…
 
We’re back with another monthly dose of music for your enjoyment. Winter season is almost over, but March is a hot month in Miami with Ultra Music Festival. This episode is in celebration of this legendary annual event. This month we have music from Roma Greer, Oliver Lieb, Martin Roth, a beautiful collaboration from Kyau & Albert and Genix, LT ...…
 
Into The Deep Episode 155 - Another Ambition (March 1st, 2018) 1) BAILE - Spectrum Bias [Last Night On Earth] 2) Icarus - Love Has Come Around [FFRR] 3) Here Is Why - Tonight (Adam Port 12" Autobahn Edit) [Keinemusik] 4) Teho - Woody [Traum] 5) Anton Dhouran & Rafael Cerato - Like Gilles Said (Ben Böhmer Remix) [The Soundgarden] 6) Joseph Ashwo ...…
 
Into The Deep Episode 155 - Another Ambition (March 1st, 2018) 1) BAILE - Spectrum Bias [Last Night On Earth] 2) Icarus - Love Has Come Around [FFRR] 3) Here Is Why - Tonight (Adam Port 12" Autobahn Edit) [Keinemusik] 4) Teho - Woody [Traum] 5) Anton Dhouran & Rafael Cerato - Like Gilles Said (Ben Böhmer Remix) [The Soundgarden] 6) Joseph Ashwo ...…
 
This week JT McParlin was on the podcast, he is a Masters candidate at the Parsons Cooper Hewitt Program, and we are talking about the Stanley Kubrick film 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968). We were planning on also doing a later film by Kubrick as well, A Clockwork Orange (1971), but we ran out of time so stay tuned for that episode at a later date ...…
 
Since Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey introduced the prospect of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with the spaceship computer system HAL, the world has had a rollercoaster relationship with the idea - from hope to hype, and everywhere in between. Have we "unleashed the demon" with AI, or does the potential of deep learning and machine learn ...…
 
We've got cocky this week and decided we can improve on Kubrick. Also expect wind punching, sewage superheroes & we rename the entire Star Wars Saga. Find The Dream Factory on all of your social media channels and send us YOUR film suggestions by leaving a review on iTunes or emailing us: dreamfactorypod@gmail.com The Dream Factory is a comedy ...…
 
Talking tide pods, Amelia Earhart theories, Bachelor goss, Stanley Kubrick Directing the 1969 Moon Landing(?), and so much more on the third episode of I'm Confused. Hacker's snap: elbowlicker2 In the WNY area and need financial guidance? Contact only the best, Zack Morrison TWITTER: @zack_morrison
 
Film Critic Adam Nayman joins me for a deep dive on Paul Thomas Anderson's Phantom Thread. We discuss the Oscar-nominated film, its interpretations, its relationships to Anderson's canon and those of other filmmakers (particularly influences like Hitchcock and Kubrick), and how it may be received along gender lines. This is an exhaustive, spoil ...…
 
On Episode 287 of Trick or Treat Radio we run the complete spectrum from obscure 80s TV, Film and commercials to modern day viral shock videos and even manage to fit in an intellectual discussions about explosive exposition of body horror in modern America set against a backdrop of Greek Tragedy. To assist and make us look smarter we enlisted t ...…
 
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