Best nathan rabin podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
Related podcasts: Maxsta The Onion Tasha Robinson Scott Tobias Nathan Rabin Keith Phipps Josh Modell Av Talk Podcast Av Talk Av Club A.v. Club Fazer Phillips Idowu Olympic Special Tanika Jammer Bashy Koder J2k Angel Haze Mac Miller  
Nathan rabin public [search 0]
show episodes
 
A
A.V. Talk
Weekly
 
A.V. Talk is the web's smartest movie and television review show. Hosted by the editors of Onion's A.V. Club, A.V. Talk is your required viewing for the weekend.
 
U
Urbanworld UKstreetsounds - rnb,hiphop,grime,bashment uk funky podcasts
 
Exclusive urban podcasts from urbanworld.co.uk hosted by SK Vibemaker - urban rnb hiphop bashment uk grime rap bassline UK funky. exclusives tracks interviews competitions and much more. Latest feature interviews include Maxsta, Meridian Dan, Future,Frisco, Adz and Shallow, Cashtastic, Fuse ODG,Kid Ink, Mac Miller, Katy B, Angel Haze, J2K, Maxsta, Koder, Bashy, Jammer, Tanika, Phillips Idowu Olympic Special , Fazer, josh osho,elro,Wiz Khalifah,Rita Ora, Kozzie,Daley, L Marshal,Estelle, sean ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
B
Backstory – The One Shot Podcast
 
Sociologist and podcast co-host Todd Nicholas joins us to talk making stuff, putting it out there, and encouraging other folks to do the same. The Jank Cast http://jankcast.com/ Kat Jones on the Jank Cast http://jankcast.com/archives/3169 Slate’s Political Gabfest http://www.slate.com/articles/podcasts/gabfest.html Nathan Rabin – You Don’t Know ...…
 
This week on Engage Jordan is joined by Author and Film Critic Nathan Rabin to discuss the weird and wonderful musical careers of some of of our favorite Star Trek heroes. And don’t forget, use the promo code WDENGAGE at wdc.com/engage to save 20% on select WD Blue & Black Solid State Drives.
 
M
Me Talking Weird Al to You
 
It's Weird Al by the book today, folks. What did you think of Nathan Rabin's authorative efforts concerning Al? Hit up our forum on Facebook, PLEEEAAASSSE! facebook.com/weirdmountainpodcast or on Twitter @talkingaltoyou
 
Hey, friends! It's time to celebrate because Mousterpiece Cinema has reached a big milestone: this is our 300th episode, and we're singing to the rafters with joy. Specifically, Josh and Scott are talking about a movie all about music of joy this week, Sister Act, which is about to celebrate a milestone of its own, its 25th anniversary. Josh an ...…
 
M
Mousterpiece Cinema
 
Hey, friends! It's time to celebrate because Mousterpiece Cinema has reached a big milestone: this is our 300th episode, and we're singing to the rafters with joy. Specifically, Josh and Scott are talking about a movie all about music of joy this week, Sister Act, which is about to celebrate a milestone of its own, its 25th anniversary. Josh an ...…
 
In which we discuss, 1. ”An Account of the Decline of the Great Auk According to One Who Saw It” by Jessie Greengrass, 2015. 2. ”Sonny’s Blues” by James Baldwin, Going to Meet the Man, 1965. along with, among other things... Jessie Greengrass A review of An Account Of The Decline Of The Great Auk, According To One Who Saw It, Rachel Hore, The I ...…
 
W
Wrestling With Depression
 
Get back in the ring with Nathan Rabin. It's rematch time over here at WWD. Marty is once again joined by the dad, author & Juggalo authority to discuss a wide variety of topics including Trump, depression & family. Let's podcast!
 
W
Wrestling With Depression
 
Get back in the ring with Nathan Rabin. It's rematch time over here at WWD. Marty is once again joined by the dad, author & Juggalo authority to discuss a wide variety of topics including Trump, depression & family. Let's podcast!
 
B
Black Hole Media
 
Welcome to the latest episode of THE 250! Hosted by Andrew Quinn and Darren Mooney, The 250 is a fortnightly trip through some of the best (and worst) movies ever made, as voted for by Internet Movie Database Users. This time, Woody Allen’s Annie Hall. Woody Allen’s iconic (and influential) romantic comedy portrays a tumultuous romantic relatio ...…
 
In our first episode in our Universal Monsters series, we examine The Phantom of the Opera (1925) and Brian De Palma’s surreal musical Phantom of the Paradise! .divider-59de2606dcb51{ margin-top: 30px;margin-bottom:30px;width:100%;}.divider-59de2606dcb51 .divider-border{border-bottom-width:5px; border-color:#f2f2f2;}.divider-59de2606dcb51 .doub ...…
 
In this podcast, Shawn and Jen talk about the passion involved in podcasting. People often start podcasts about something they are passionate about. That same passion can come out in weird ways in response to either praise or a critique of their show. Links mentioned in this episode: * Podcasting: ‘It builds trust, credibility and brand loyalty ...…
 
Welcome to the latest episode of THE 250! Hosted by Andrew Quinn and Darren Mooney, The 250 is a fortnightly trip through some of the best (and worst) movies ever made, as voted for by Internet Movie Database Users. This time, a Halloween treat. Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining. TWITTER ITUNES Show Notes: Recorded and released especially for Hallo ...…
 
C
Campfires and Color Wars
 
Writer and author Nathan Rabin joins Judy and Micah to discuss being homesick, what it's like to feel like an outsider at camp, and his new book about the 2016 election and the Insane Clown Posse.
 
T
The Broken Projector Movie Podcast
 
This week, the Onion AV Club's Nathan Rabin introduces us to "7 Days in Ohio: Trump, The Gathering of the Juggalos and the Summer Everything Went Insane" while exploring the nexus where the Republican presidential candidate, the world's most hated clown-make-up-wearing hip hop crew and blockbuster cinema collide.…
 
We start with U.S. Soccer star MEGAN RAPINOE, whose clothing line Rapinoe SC tells people to "be your best you." Then, Denver Broncos tackle RUSSELL OKUNG talks investing in tech and how he's inspiring youths to learn coding. And we go deep on Shaq's acting career with writer NATHAN RABIN, who also previews his awesome new book on the insane su ...…
 
B
Blank Check with Griffin & David
 
Blank Check returns to Cameron Crowe’s filmography with an in-depth discussion of 2005’s tragic comedy, Elizabethtown. But how would one best describe the custom exercise bike Bloom’s character outfits with knives? Would Marc Maron have been better suited for the lead role? Wait, Paula Deen is in this movie? Together, Griffin and David examine ...…
 
B
Blank Check with Griffin & David
 
Blank Check returns to Cameron Crowe’s filmography with an in-depth discussion of 2005’s tragic comedy, Elizabethtown. But how would one best describe the custom exercise bike Bloom’s character outfits with knives? Would Marc Maron have been better suited for the lead role? Wait, Paula Deen is in this movie? Together, Griffin and David examine ...…
 
Nathan Rabin is a former Chicagoan, current Marietta, Georgia resident. He’s currently covering the Republican National Convention and The Gathering of The Jugalos. Follow him on Twitter and buy his most recent book, “You Don’t Know Me but You Don’t Like Me: Phish, Insane Clown Posse, and My Misadventures with Two of Music’s Most Maligned Tribe ...…
 
Part of Pretty in Podcast’s sub-series inspired by the works of John Hughes. The Joy of Sex led me down a worm hole of a larger story that needed to be broken up into a few parts. This part is the John Hughes part, which involves a remarkable cast of characters, including Penny Marshall, John Belushi, Michael Eisner, and Dan Greenburg. National ...…
 
E
Ears of Steel: The Podcast
 
In which Bart discusses Dr. Who sandwiches, Dave Allen at Large, his weekend at the Elgin Literary Fest, Nathan Rabin, and how it all spurred an existential crisis. Plus a little more info on what's coming next.
 
S
Shot/Reverse Shot
 
To mark the end of the Sundance film festival for another year, Matt and Ed discuss some of the big news coming out of Park City, what films from the festival have piqued their interest, and what Sundance's place in the culture is now compared to its heyday in the mid-to-late '90s. They also establish the many ways in which Kevin Smith is exact ...…
 
S
Shot/Reverse Shot
 
To mark the end of the Sundance film festival for another year, Matt and Ed discuss some of the big news coming out of Park City, what films from the festival have piqued their interest, and what Sundance's place in the culture is now compared to its heyday in the mid-to-late '90s. They also establish the many ways in which Kevin Smith is exact ...…
 
S
Shot/Reverse Shot
 
Inspired by Spectre and its insistence on squandering the scenery-destroying talents of Christoph Waltz, Matt and Ed are talking about Wasted Potential this week. They discuss artists who don't fulfill their potential due to the actions of others (Orson Welles), because of their own choices (Marlon Brando), or just because they stopped trying ( ...…
 
S
Shot/Reverse Shot
 
Inspired by Spectre and its insistence on squandering the scenery-destroying talents of Christoph Waltz, Matt and Ed are talking about Wasted Potential this week. They discuss artists who don't fulfill their potential due to the actions of others (Orson Welles), because of their own choices (Marlon Brando), or just because they stopped trying ( ...…
 
This week on Alcohollywood, we make a double feature of “shitty 90s comedies Clint watched too often as a kid” by following Good Burger with the lamentable John Leguizamo vehicle The Pest! Guest (and author of You Don’t Know Me But You Don’t Like Me) Nathan Rabin joins us as… Continue reading The post The Pest (1997) w/Nathan Rabin appeared fir ...…
 
This week on the podcast, we engage in our first LIVE episode of the show as part of the charity podcast marathon PodSlam ‘15, with special guest Nathan Rabin (author of You Don’t Know Me But You Don’t Like Me and every online movie review/thinkpiece you’ve ever loved)! Given that… Continue reading The post Mr. Nanny (1993) LIVE at PodSlam ’15 ...…
 
This podcast focuses on Criterion’s Eclipse Series of DVDs. Hosts David Blakeslee and Trevor Berrett give an overview of each box and offer their perspectives on the unique treasures they find inside. In this episode, David and Trevor discuss Eclipse Series 33: Up All Night with Robert Downey Sr. About the films: Rarely do landmark works of cin ...…
 
A
A Talking Cast
 
Live from Chicago! Nathan Rabin (The Dissolve) joins Clint, Sarah and Ashley to talk clothes scanning.
 
T
The 'Cast Next Door
 
Live from Chicago! Nathan Rabin joins Clint, Sarah and Ashley to talk clothes scanning.
 
G
GoodTrash GenreCast
 
Anti-Trash continues with the 1977 Best Picture winner: Woody Allen's Annie Hall. We also discuss out favorite onscreen couples and as always, we talk about pop culture. Further Readings Coining the term "Manic Pixie Dream Girl": Rabin, Nathan. "The Bataan Death March." A.V. Club. 2007. Rabin apologizes for coining the term:Rabin, Nathan. "I'm ...…
 
G
GoodTrash GenreCast
 
Anti-Trash continues with the 1977 Best Picture winner: Woody Allen's Annie Hall. We also discuss out favorite onscreen couples and as always, we talk about pop culture. Further Readings Coining the term "Manic Pixie Dream Girl": Rabin, Nathan. "The Bataan Death March." A.V. Club. 2007. Rabin apologizes for coining the term:Rabin, Nathan. "I'm ...…
 
Special guest Nathan Rabin of The Dissolve grabs his golden ticket, jumps through the movie screen, and joins us to talk 1993’s meta-action flick Last Action Hero! In this ballsy, flawed, filmed-by-committee action-comedy, precocious movie buff Danny Madigan (Austin O’Brien) gets Houdini’s magic ticket and jumps into the movie world of… Continu ...…
 
This week on Alcohollywood, we’re getting weird once again with special guest Nathan Rabin (staff writer of The Dissolve and co-author of Weird Al: The Book)! This time, we take on “Weird Al” Yankovic’s only feature film, 1989’s UHF! The film is a distillation of Weird Al’s carefree, joyful, tongue-in-cheek parodic… Continue reading The post UH ...…
 
S
Slate Presents Lexicon Valley
 
Bob Garfield and Mike Vuolo talk to arts critic Nathan Rabin and journalist Christopher John Farley about the phrases they coined to identify two of Hollywood's most pernicious tropes.Show notes at www.slate.com/lexiconvalley. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
 
With the flourish of Scary Movie sequels and Friedberg/Seltzer productions like Meet The Spartans and Date Movie, the spoof hit rock bottom a few years ago, but our Movie Of The Week discussion of Airplane! and David Wain’s new rom-com riff They Came Together inspire a fresh look at the art of film comedy’s least respected subgenre. Another nea ...…
 
This week on Alcohollywood, we’ve got a very special guest: Nathan Rabin, former head writer for The Onion AV Club and current contributor to The Dissolve! He joins us to talk about the the samurai western gangster musical film mash-up Bunraku! In a post-apocalyptic world without guns, a drifter (Josh Hartnett)… Continue reading The post Bunrak ...…
 
T
This Week in Despair with Peter-john Byrnes
 
Our 50th episode is also one of our most entertaining. First-time guest Nathan Rabin and long-time regular guest Stephanie Hasz join me for a discussion about Miss America, Juggalos, and Vladimir Putin. Our historical relationship with Russia is explained thorugh the filter of Rocky IV and Hawaii Five-O. Tattoos are shared. Speaking ill of the ...…
 
As baseball season starts, so begins the months-long torment of wading through losing streaks, blowouts, and forgettable matinees for those few transcendent moments that make it all worthwhile. But movies can skip right to the big moments, and on this week's podcast, we’ve gathered The Dissolve's only sports fans to talk about it. Then, we're p ...…
 
As home theaters get more and more impressive, studios are fighting back with visually epic films like Gravity, which take the theatrical format to its current limits. Gravity’s huge box-office success and 10 Oscar nominations suggest the renewed focus on scale might work both financially and aesthetically, but what happens when movies made to ...…
 
The tepid reception from critics and audiences toward Spike Lee’s recent remake of Park Chan-Wook’s dark, stylish 2003 film Oldboy is indicative of some of the problems and preconceptions surrounding American remakes of foreign films. We try to set aside our knee-jerk dislike for such films to discuss what they say about our filmgoing culture, ...…
 
Speed
Series preference
1x
1x
Volume
100%
/

Google login Twitter login Classic login