1.Sunburnt Screens: The Australian Cinema Odyssey
Join Alexei Toliopoulos on a journey through the landscape of Australian cinema. Celebrating classics, unearthing rare cinematic rediscoveries and conversations with some of Australia’s greatest filmmakers. From the gonzo mavericks of the Ozploitation era, to the re-discovery of our lost classics, to our complex works of queer filmmaking and our new wave of Australian filmmakers, no stone is left unturned Each episode of Sunburnt Screens is accompanied by a curated selection of films on BROLLIE, the free streaming service from Umbrella Entertainment specialising in cult cinema, curated discovery and Australian independent film. Sunburnt Screens is a collaboration between Umbrella Entertainment, Brollie and DM Podcasts
2.Inside The Exorcist
In 1973 Hell came home and invaded the body of a young girl. This is the story of a movie and its makers. It's a tale of dark and light, of loss and love. A story of faith and fury, of causes and curses, of horrors real and imagined, of unbridled ego and brute force filmmaking. It's the movie critics called "religious pornography" and "occultist claptrap." The movie that left audiences...hysterical. Decades later, it remains perhaps the most frightening movie we will ever see. From Wondery, this is a seven-part deep dive inspired by the story behind an unforgettable, classic movie. This is...Inside The Exorcist.
Listen up, film fans! Actor & comedian Paul Scheer and film critic Amy Nicholson want your advice as they make the ultimate list of the greatest movies of all time. In Season 1, they watched every one of the AFI’s Top 100 films...and decided they could kick off half. Now, they're filling in the gaps by investigating wildly diverse areas of film through miniseries on topics like horror movies, documentaries and romantic comedies, with help from listeners' picks. Along the way, they’ll dissect iconic scenes, spotlight their favorite characters, and talk to some of the actors and directors who worked on these classics. And when Unspooled has built their own list of the best movies on earth, they'll blast them into space to be immortalized for eternity. Seriously.
4.The Projection Booth Podcast
The Projection Booth has been recognized as a premier film podcast by The Washington Post, The A.V. Club, IndieWire, Entertainment Weekly, and Filmmaker Magazine. With over 600 episodes to date and an ever-growing fan base, The Projection Booth regularly attracts special guest talent eager to discuss their past gems, including Ellen Burstyn, Willem Dafoe, Joe Dante, Bruce Dern, Chris Elliott, William Friedkin, Jeff Goldblum, Elliott Gould, Ed Harris, John Landis, Dolph Lundgren, Michael Palin, Sir Tim Rice, Julie Taymor, John Waters, and more. The podcast features discussions of films from a wide variety of genres with in-depth critical analysis. Visit us at http://www.projectionboothpodcast.com This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5513239/advertisement
5.Calling Old Hollywood
Host & Producer Kat Lively brings you a sentimental deep dive into Hollywood's most glamorous era, with the legends in Film, Television, and Music history who lived it.
7.All The Right Movies: A Movie Podcast
The making of stories behind classic and hit films, with big opinions and bigger laughs.
Psyop Cinema is a podcast about the film industry and its intimate connections to mass manipulation, conspiracy, and the occult. Hosts Thomas Millary and Brett Carollo explore film from a deep politics perspective, demonstrating how the artistry of cinema combines with psychological and technological knowledge to engineer culture in subtle (and sometimes not-so-subtle) ways— making each of us the subject of the greatest mind control experiment in history.
9.The Next Picture Show
Looking at cinema's present via its past. The Next Picture Show is a biweekly roundtable by the former editorial team of The Dissolve examining how classic films inspire and inform modern movies. Episodes take a deep dive into a classic film and its legacy in the first half, then compare and contrast that film with a modern successor in the second. Hosted and produced by Genevieve Koski, Keith Phipps, Tasha Robinson and Scott Tobias.
10.Box Office Bylines
A radio show about movies about journalism. Hosted by Tara Thorne and Jacob Boon.
11.No Time To Die: The Official James Bond Podcast
No Time To Die: The Official James Bond Podcast is a new and exclusive podcast hosted by James King. The six-part series features exclusive interviews with Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Jeffrey Wright, Naomie Harris, director Cary Joji Fukunaga, producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell and a host of key behind the scenes crew including the franchise’s longstanding casting director Debbie McWilliams and special effects supervisor Chris Corbould. Each episode focuses on a different aspect of the James Bond universe, from characters to locations and music to action. Daniel Craig also discusses landing the iconic role, and the release of his final outing as the world’s favourite secret agent. Podcast listeners will get an exclusive first listen to some of the No Time To Die score from Hans Zimmer by Decca Records. No Time To Die: The Official James Bond Podcast is produced by Somethin’ Else in association with Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios, Universal Pictures International, United Artists Releasing and EON Productions. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
12.More Than a Movie: American Me
When Edward James Olmos set out on his directorial debut, American Me, he wanted to accomplish two things: to represent Chicano culture on the big screen and to save part of his community from gang violence. But when people were allegedly murdered because of their participation in the film and Olmos himself was allegedly extorted by the real life Mexican Mafia, it exposed the unintended risks of trying to represent someone with an agenda in mind, even a well-meaning one. On the 30th anniversary of the cult classic, host Alex Fumero and producer Nigel Duara delve into the true story of American Me and the legacy the controversial film left behind.
13.Not Just For Kids Podcast
Welcome to Not Just For Kids. Once a week we will revisit the movies we loved as children, looking at their place in the history of family films, the themes they explore and if they’re any good. Each season we will focus on a different area: be it a particular film studio, director or time period. And each week we will invite a guest onto the podcast who will offer their own perspective on the films being covered that week.
15.History in Technicolour
Wolf and David explore the history films we love or (or sometimes, films we’d loved just a little less but find interesting). Turns out we like different things…anyway, then we given them a score for two things – how good are they as a film, and how accurate are they with their history. When you’ve listened, join us at the History of England Facebook Group – you can vote, and tell us what you think of the film, and you can even tell us (in no uncertain terms) what you think of our views (while writing to your MP in the strongest possible terms). Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Cannibal Video isn't just a video store anymore! Movie reviews every Friday on YouTube - http://Cannibal.Video
Sounds Scary is a celebration of horror movies! Each episode focuses on a different horror movie and features recurring segments, like Behind the Fears (a behind the scenes trivia), Horror Toy Review, Scream of the Week, and Two Good Scares (horror movie recommendations). Hosted by Doc Manson and GQ.
Hosted by Jimmy Bernasconi, Sacred Cinema explores the rich history of cinema and asks what the stories of the silver screen can teach us about ourselves, other people and the surrounding world.
19.The Baton: A John Williams Musical Journey
Take a chronological journey through the 60-year career of film composer John Williams!
20.The 80s Movie Podcast
Join film critic and historian Edward A. Havens III for a carefully curated and unique cinematic journey through 1980s films. Covering a wide variety of aspects of 80’s cinema, from distributors barely remembered and films long forgotten, to the biggest actors and filmmakers of the decade, The 80s Movie Podcast is your ticket to the movies.
21.The Haunted Screen
The Haunted Screen is a narrative podcast about film, history, and the places they intersect. Incorporating extensive research and archival interviews, Professor Travis Mushett explores key movements in global cinema through engaging audio storytelling that appeals to both hardcore cinephiles and casual moviegoers. The first season—"From Caligari to Hitler"—investigates the chaotic, creative world of Weimar Germany. Thanks to our official sponsor, FUJIFILM North America!
22.A Century in Cinema
Arthur and Andrew discuss a classic film from every year between 1920 and 2020, covering cinematic history and moviemaking techniques, as well as world events related to the films. Bonus episodes available on Patreon.
23.Speeding Bullitt: The Life and Films of Steve McQueen
Speeding Bullit: The Life and Films of Steve McQueen is a podcast that takes an in-depth look at the life and films of Hollywood icon Steve McQueen. The podcast was created and is written, produced, and hosted by Kelsy Norman. Episodes include conversations with writers, actors, and directors, as well as detailed reviews of the actor’s movies and TV appearances.
25.Formulaic: A Podcast in Script Writing
TV shows! We all watch them, and some of us even write them. Some shows, however, sort of write themselves with an easily repeated formula that gets filled in like a Mad Libs-style outline. Here, hosts Shelby and James will break down the formula of some of your favorite shows, then attempt to write a script within an hour, all to show you how fun it can be to be FORMULAIC!
26.How Do You Drew | A Drew Barrymore Podcast
How Do You Drew is a Drew Barrymore podcast from the fans and friends behind theDrewseum.com! We're using our 25 years of Drewbie experience to discuss both Drew's personal life and professional career, covering a wide variety of episode topics. Also on every episode we update you on What's New with Drew and toss in fun segments like our selected Drewism of the Week and This Week in Drew Barrymore History. New episodes are released every Drewsday, wherever you listen to podcasts!
27.Weekend at Bergman's
Arthouse movies vs Mainstream movies. It’s a high stakes showdown every week on Weekend at Bergman’s as Forever Dog co-founders and movie lovers Brett Boham and Joe Cilio watch an arthouse movie and mainstream movie that share a theme and have to decide which one they liked better. And they have to be honest. The Seventh Seal vs Weekend at Bernie’s! The Red Shoes vs Showgirls! Gummo vs Home Alone! The winning movies enter the canon and the losing movies enter the trash canon and Brett and Joe can never watch them again for the rest of their lives. Produced by the Forever Dog Podcast Network.
28.1999: The Podcast
Was 1999 the best year in movie history? We think it might be! John Brooks and Jenn Tisdale will work their way through all the year has to offer, one movie at a time, and we’ll ask special guests to share their memories of this amazing year and the movies that made it unforgettable. Unfortunately, nobody can be told what 1999: The Podcast is… you have to hear it for yourself!
29.Movie Mike's Movie Podcast
Movie Mike’s Movie Podcast is hosted by Mike D who is the head writer on The Bobby Bones Show and The BobbyCast where he has been dubbed as the ‘resident movie expert’. The podcast offers a weekly deep dive in a cinema topic often formatted in a ranking list format. Each episode, Mike gives a spoiler free review of a new movie in theaters or streaming at home. Plus, Mike offers listeners a look at what’s coming to a screen near you soon inside of Movie Mike’s Trailer Park where he breaks down the latest film teasers. Mike is a frequent moviegoer and researcher of movie facts and trivia. He doesn’t consider himself a ‘critic’ because he’s just a guy who loves movies!
30.Superhero Cinema History
I'm Neil and I'm going to go all throughout cinema history to find the best and worst superhero films. I'll connect the films to the comics and give you everything you need to know about superheroes and their movies. The first season of the show is all about a brief overall history on superhero movies throughout history.
31.Discovering Orson Welles
A biographical podcast about the life and work of the great Orson Welles.
Two life-long Disney fans take on the Disney film catalog, beginning with the animated features, and discuss with a critical lens. New episodes the first Tuesday of every month. @DeconDisney on social media.
33.ON LYNCH | A DAVID LYNCH PODCAST
An essay-style monthly podcast where your host, McKenzie Wilkes, goes on a deep dive of the works of David Lynch, discusses fan interpretations, & converses with Lynchian scholars on the significance of his iconic works. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/onlynch/support
34.Eye of the Duck
A podcast about movies and the scenes that make them special. Hosted by Dom Nero and Adam Volerich.
35.Screen Facts with Jason Davis
We discuss a different film and include trivia each episode.
36.42nd Street Forever
The staff of Grindhouse Cinema Database and guests discuss a variety of classic exploitation films that played in grindhouses on The Deuce in the 60s, 70s and 80s.
37.Take the Cannoli: The Godfather Podcast
The Godfather, often cited as one of the greatest films (and novels) ever created, recently celebrated its 50th Anniversary. And despite its vintage, like a fine wine, The Godfather only seems to get better with age. The continuing influence of the trilogy can be seen not only in other classics it spawned, such as The Sopranos, but in more recent popular culture. Try streaming an episode of “Billions,” for example, without hearing not-so-subtle references to The Godfather. This podcast will explore the history of the films, along with The Godfather's continuing impact on our culture. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/godfather1/support
Really, 007! is a fresh podcast dedicated to exploring all things James Bond. Our team of lifelong fans will bring you in-depth Bond film reviews, analysis of elements of the series, and up-to-date news on your favourite British secret agent - plus exclusive interviews with actors, directors, novelists, special guests and more...! Really, 007! is an unofficial entity, and in no way affiliated with United Artists, EON Productions Ltd, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc., Columbia/Sony Pictures, Ian Fleming Publications, or Danjaq LLC. It is not supported or endorsed in any way by the aforementioned. The 007 Logo and James Bond copyrights and trademarks, remain the sole property of the original holders. Really, 007! is not associated in any way, with those mentioned above. This is an independent podcast to provide news, reference, opinions, updates, and commentary on all subjects associated with James Bond for the Fans of 007 worldwide. Copyright information pertaining to all other content is listed below:- James Bond Character created by Ian Fleming. Copyright © Ian Fleming Publications Ltd. 007 Gun Symbol Logo © 1962 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Corp Dr. No © 1962 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Corp. From Russia With Love © 1963 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Corp. Goldfinger © 1964 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Corp. Thunderball © 1965 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Corp. You Only Live Twice © 1967 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Corp. On Her Majesty's Secret Service © 1967 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Corp. Diamonds are Forever © 1971 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Corp. Live And Let Die © 1973 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Corp. The Man With The Golden Gun © 1974 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Corp. The Spy Who Loved Me © 1977 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Corp. Moonraker © 1979 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Corp. For Your Eyes Only © 1981 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Corp. Octopussy © 1983 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Corp. A View To a Kill © 1985 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Pictures Inc. The Living Daylights © 1987 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Pictures Inc. Licence To Kill ©1989 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Pictures Inc. GoldenEye ©1995 Danjaq Inc. and United Artists Pictures Inc Tomorrow Never Dies © 1997 Danjaq LLC. and United Artists Pictures Inc. The World is Not Enough © 1999 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Pictures Inc. Die Another Day © 2002 Danjaq LLC. & MGM Casino Royale © 2006 Danjaq LLC MGM & Columbia Pictures SONY Quantum Of Solace © 2008 Danjaq LLC MGM & Columbia Pictures SONY Skyfall © 2012 Danjaq LLC. MGM & Columbia Pictures. (SONY) Spectre © 2015 Danjaq LLC. MGM & Columbia Pictures. (SONY) No Time To Die © Danjaq LLC. UA Releasing,MGM & Universal Pictures Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
39.Academy Vs Audience
Ever since 1928, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has handed out trophies to what it considered the best in film. Sometimes they were absolutely right, sometimes they were entirely wrong, sometimes they were so, so basic. But in all that time, audiences have had their own opinions, sometimes better, sometimes much worse. And sometimes, when the stars align or the fates allow, they even agree. Academy Vs Audience is a deep dive into Oscar history, revisiting film history from the 1920s to the 2020s; from the Studio Era to the age of the IP Franchise; from the age of the silent film to the age of the novelty silent film. Claire, Erin, and Dan take on each year’s Best Picture according to the Academy, and the Box Office Champ selected by audience dollars*. It’s a fascinating look at enduring classics and a descent into madness, because History Is Always Terrible and audiences make questionable choices.(*Based on revenue earned during its initial run, and the year said run began in. No re-releases. Lots of movies become audience favourites years after their initial release, you are not special, Billy Jack.)
40.Everything Old is New Again Radio Show
Each week we take a Nostalgic Look to the future - as we present and celebrate the entertainment of the past, and illustrate that its the foundation of the entertainment we enjoy today. We at Everything Old is New Again also feature sound clips to jog the memory, we have quizzes and games to challenge the mind, have visits from some of today’s CELEBRITIES and we even have created and introduce CHARACTERS for a few laughs.
41.Once Upon a Time at the Oscars
The Oscar Movie podcast that takes you through every best picture nominee, from 1927 to today!
42.Life of Coco Chanel
In the podcast, we'll talk about the life of Coco Chanel and what all we can learn from it.
43.The Class of 1989
In the 1980s, there were only 63 Black films by, for, or about Black Americans. But in the 1990s, that number quadrupled, with 220 Black films making their way to cinema screens nationwide. What sparked this “Black New Wave?” Who blazed this path for contemporaries like Ava DuVernay, Kasi Lemmons and Jordan Peele? And how did these films transform American culture as a whole? Presenting The Class of 1989, a new limited-run series from pop culture critics Len Webb and Vincent Williams, hosts of the acclaimed Black cinema podcast The Micheaux Mission. Each episode, Len and Vincent take us through the Black film renaissance of 1989 – a year of contradiction, controversy, and ultimate triumph for Black cinema – as they analyze the six films that left an indelible mark on the world: Harlem Nights, Lean on Me, Glory, A Dry White Season, Do the Right Thing and Driving Miss Daisy. Produced in collaboration with The Podglomerate.
When you spend all day in a studio shooting a YouTube series about drinking, things can run off the rails in a hurry, and carefully managing that chaos is vital if you’re going to make a show like How to Drink, and that’s what Greg & Meredith have done for years. Here at Midnight Local we give into that chaos and let the rails be damned. These are the conversations that make you pause the movie because it just can't wait. Things like how the Hays Code destroyed cinema from 1934 - 1968, why David Lindelof should never be able to hold a pen again, and the fact that Joss Whedon doesn't live up to the morality of his own characters and also has tiny teeth. Midnight Local is a place to get weird about movies and shows and the rest and go beyond the who, what and where.
45.FADE IN: Quentin Tarantino & Pulp Fiction
FADE IN is an audio movie about legendary films and TV series and the crazy and talented dreamers who made them. The risks and stakes, the battles, the behind-the-scenes stories nobody knows. Against all odds and usually teetering on failure, these filmmakers and show-runners made something great, something lasting. From the makers of INSIDE PSYCHO, INSIDE THE EXORCIST, and INSIDE JAWS comes FADE IN: QUENTIN TARANTINO AND PULP FICTION. Inspired by the true story.
46.Wild, Wild Podcast
Join Adrian Smith and Rod Barnett as they explore a wide range of Italian genres, one filone at a time. Follow us on Twitter or Instagram for updates and more! You can listen to the podcast on Acast, Spotify, Stitcher, Amazon Music, Apple, Google Podcasts, Tunein, Podtail, Pocket Casts, Podchaser Goodpods and Podcast Addict. If you enjoy the podcast, why not buy us a coffee? Espresso, naturally. Grazie mille! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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48.One From the Vaults: An Evening with Disney Plus Two Jerks
Tgor and Silent take a fun-filled chronological journey through the Disney Animated Canon.
49.Cinema in Seconds
A movie podcast where we celebrate the small moments in great films.
50.Film maker's podcast
A podcast where we follow the lives, and themes in movies of famous and not-so-famous directors, for people looking to get into movies.
51.Listen To Lillian
Listen To Lillian is a podcast about British cinema. Each episode I invite my guests to select a British film they think is interesting in its representation of women, or its approach to queerness, to discuss. This podcast is part of my ongoing blog: listentolillian.substack.com.
52.No Money Film School
Hello, boys and girls! My name is Dane Keil and I'm a filmmaker. The goal of No Money Film School is to teach new generations of people about filmmaking without the high financial bar for entry. I'm doing this via podcasts, commentary tracks on full feature films, instructional videos, and behind the scenes videos as I make my own films. The content I provide on this channel will hopefully give people the courage and knowledge with which to make their own films. It's never too late and there's no time like the present. As our dear Lloyd Kaufman would say, "Let's make some art!" Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/no-money-film-school/support
53.A Very Good Year
“Fun City Cinema” hosts Jason Bailey and Mike Hull proudly present “A Very Good Year,” a podcast with a simple premise: each week we invite a guest (filmmakers and actors, critics and historians, comedians and musicians) who loves movies, and ask them to select their favorite year of movies. Some pick a year from their movie-going past; some go deep into film history. Whichever the case, we spend (about) an hour talking about that year: we ask them to share their top five films of the year, and tell us why they love them; we look at the year’s news headlines, award winners, and box office champions; and we finish with a lightning round, where we talk about as many films as possible in as few minutes as possible. Become a member for Bonus Episodes, personal stories of working in the industry, and yes - EVEN MORE MOVIES. https://plus.acast.com/s/a-very-good-year. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
54.Greatest Movie Of All-Time
Hosts Tom and Dana Duncan take a new approach to finding the answer to the question: "what's the greatest movie of all-time?" Each week, Dana and Tom will review a classic movie, and grade it out based on a six-part rubric scale to determine what the greatest movie of all-time is. For the complete list so far, go to: https://www.ronnyduncanstudios.com/post/greatest-movie-of-all-time-list To contact us, please email the show at Greatestalltimemoviepodcast@gmail.com
A really good top of movies.
56.Con Air - The Podcast
Welcome aboard Con Air: The Podcast! On this show Mark Hofmeyer and Jay Cluitt will fly you through the 1997 prisoners-on-a-plane masterpiece Con Air one scene at a time with some incredible guests along the way. So fasten your seatbelt, sit back, relax, and enjoy the flight. This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5531889/advertisement
57.The Old Movie Lady Podcast
Starting in 1922, the Western Association of Motion Picture Advertisers released an annual list of the 13 young women they predicted would be the next big Hollywood stars... But who were these starlets? How were their images shaped by the media of the time? Just how right were the Wampas... and who the heck do they think they are, anyway? Delivered by Marg The Old Movie Lady, with her trademark sense of humour and research brought on by intense hyperfocus, this is The Old Movie Lady Podcast: The Wampas Frolic! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Film Soceyology features criticism and commentary on recently released movies, as well as DVD releases and general film chatter.
59.Vanguard of Hollywood
A Feel-Good Classic Hollywood Podcast | This uplifting Classic Hollywood podcast offers inspirational insights into the films of the Golden Age & the stars who made them great.
60.James Bond & Friends
007 experts and fans from around the world discuss the latest news and views on the James Bond universe. Contact the show via Twitter hashtag #askbond
61.How Would Lubitsch Do It?
HOW WOULD LUBITSCH DO IT? is a journey through the life and works of Ernst Lubitsch in chronological order, one film at a time. In this film history podcast, host Devan Scott will facilitate a series of discussions about all 43 of Ernst Lubitsch’s surviving films, from Wo ist mein Schatz to Cluny Brown. Each episode will consist of a mix of historical background and a discussion with a rotating slate of guests - critics, academics, and filmmakers - about one of Lubitsch’s films.
62.2GuysTalkingStarWars – Nostalgia – Education – Revelation
What do 2 cops and a talk show host think about the lore, cinema legend and majesty of Star Wars? Visit an effort 40+ years in the making to discover what stories from “a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away” have created inside 2GuysTalkingStarWars!
63.Wool-Shift-Dust watches Beacon 23
Between Silo seasons, Wool-Shift-Dust is exploring the outer sectors of the galaxy with the newest Hugh Howey sci-fi adaptation to hit the screen: Beacon 23, airing on MGM+. We'll be covering the full season, a few episodes at a time. Meanwhile, our ongoing Dune retrospective goes deep into what makes a good adaptation, with the book many call the most important work of science fiction ever, the unadaptable yet often adapted Dune – from the book to the movies you know and the ones you probably missed, we get into the lore, philosophy, filmmaking, and Sting's winged speedo (we have some laughs, too). Also, listen back to our Halloween Edgar Allan Poe and The Fall of the House of Usher coverage, and our weekly breakdowns of Silo, Apple TV+’s dystopic scifi thriller, from two different perspectives: book reader Elysia, and show only Luke, with spoilers only up to the episode discussed and equivalent parts of the book. Coming this holiday season: Wool-Shift-Dust explores the world of It's a Wonderful Life Coming in Jan: Wool-Shift-Dust studies The Three-Body Problem Find us on Twitter: Elysia Brenner: @elysiacb Luke Middup: @LUKEMIDDUP And Discord: https://discord.gg/8CeM9crU Email us: WoolShiftDustPodcast@gmail.com Join the Wool-Shift-Dust bookclub: http://www.patreon.com/WoolShiftDust/ Published by The Lorehounds. (c) Elysia Brenner 2023
64.Monster Camp Podcast
Welcome to Monster Camp! The Podcast that dives into Theme parks, movies, music, pop culture. Things of the past and present.
Like the Criterion Collection but more gay and more fun, Aughtsterion chronicles and canonizes the horror films released around the turn of the new millennium.
66.To the White Sea
A close look at the work of the Coen brothers through the lens of their unproduced screenplay To the White Sea, based on the novel by James Dickey. Hosted by filmmakers Jordan Fish and Ray Tintori, and featuring awesome guests. Every week we read two pages. Ray has read the screenplay and Jordan hasn't.
Welcome to Region Free, hosted by AJ Moser and Blake Hester. Join us every week as we discuss and dissect our favorite underseen, extreme, and out-there films we can find!
68.The New Plaza Cinema Podcast
Established in 2018, New Plaza Cinema showcases independent and foreign films, and provides educational programs on classic cinema. The New Plaza Cinema podcast reflects the main mission of the organization, engaging seasoned cinephiles and new movie lovers who want to expand their film knowledge. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/new-plaza-cinema/support
A nostalgic trip back to the stores that formed our love for movies. Join Ash Ward, Brad Hanson and guests as we traverse the 90's cinematic lexicon. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
70.The Midnight Myth Podcast
Derek & Laurel dish on myths, history, pop culture and more as they explore universal themes in storytelling. From Game of Thrones and Harry Potter to the Marvel Universe and Star Wars, we've been making pop culture sound smart since 2017. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/midnightmyth/support
71.Mummy Movie Podcast
Each episode studies an individual Mummy Movie, starting with the Mummy 1932, and moving through to the newest films. The show is written and presented by a trained Egyptologist and Archaeologist, and focuses on areas such as the historical accuracy, links to other Mummy movie and horror films, and background information on the making of the films. Each episode also looks at the contemporary and modern reviews and has a review by the presenter. Email firstname.lastname@example.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
General Witchfinders: A British Horror Podcast General Witchfinders is a podcast where three middle-aged men talk about the good old days of British Horror (and an apologetic bit of sci-fi). They cover Hammer Horror, Pulp Horror Novels, and Niche Cult TV. Join podcast hosts Ross, Jon, and James as they bravely tread where few would dare. Witness their journey into the horrific history of British horror. Visit our website for links and merchandise: www.generalwitchfinders.com General Witchfinders also has a side podcast called FOLK IN HELL, where they watch and review folk horror films from around the world. Inspired by a brilliant documentary: WOODLANDS DARK AND DAYS BEWITCHED(Available on shudder) www.woodlandsdarkanddaysbewitched.com Reviews: “Really entertaining and insightful. About half a dozen episodes done so far, and all on horror/supernatural things I personally love and wanted to hear more about. Lots of new facts and just downright entertaining takedowns. Great work.” - 5 Stars ***** “If you’re looking for a fun chat about vintage British horror and sci-fi, then this is the podcast for you.” - 5 Stars ***** So far, General Witchfinders has covered: A Warning to the Curious | An American Werewolf in London | The Abominable Dr. Phibes | BeastsThe Brides of Dracula | Dead of Night | Death Line | Doctor Who - The Horror of Fang Rock | Dracula AD 1972 | The Earth Dies Screaming | Frenzy | Ghost Adventures | Ghostwatch | Hellraiser | Horror Express | In The Earth | The Innocents | The Legend of Hell House | The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires | Lifeforce aka Space Vampires | Never Trust a Rabbit | Night of the Demon | Murder by Decree | The Oblong Box | The Omen | Possum | The Quatermass Xperiment / AKA The Creeping Unknown | Quatermass and the Pit / AKA Five Million Years to Earth | Quatermass 2 / AKA The Enemy From Space | The Rats | The Road | Sapphire and Steel - Assignment 4 | The Satanic Rites of Dracula | | Scars of Dracula | The Shout | The Signalman | Stigma | The Stone Tape | Tales of the Unexpected - The Memory Man | Twins of Evil aka Twins of Dracula | | The Wailing / Gokseong | The Wicker Man | Whistle and I'll Come to You | The Woman in Black (1989) | Xtro Get bonus content on Patreon Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/general-witchfinders. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
73.We Made It For You: A Podcast About Tom Cruise
A podcast made for (and about) Tom Cruise. Hosts Stephen Kuhn and Parker Smith cruise through Tom's filmography one film at a time, often speaking directly to Tom while reflecting on his life, work, and impact on the art form. Other people who are not Tom are welcome to listen, too, that's fine - we made it for Tom, though. Hosts - Stephen Kuhn + Parker Smith Producer - Sam Robinson Theme Music - Stephen Kuhn + Trevor Dowdy Show Art - Jamie Justen "Jack Reacher: Never Go Back Japan Premiere Red Carpet: Tom Cruise & Edward Zwick" Photograph by Dick Thomas Johnson is licensed under CC BY 2.0. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wemadeitfortom/support
74.The Movies That Made Me...
Luke Sorba wrote and directed his first movie on Super 8 when he was 18 years old. ”The Mirror Within” won in the Novice Category at Streatham and Norwood Amateur Film Club’s Annual Awards. He only made one more (apart from some YouTube sketches) but he has since watched 6000 movies made by other people and owns 1600 on DVD. He spent more teenage hours at the National Film Theatre and the Electric Cinema than anywhere else, and is currently on first name terms with staff at Peckhamplex. Over two hundred books on cinema fill his shelves and he has a complete collection of Monthly Film Bulletin magazines (incorporated in Sight and Sound since 1990) going back to 1964. As an actor and writer, as well as a teacher of story telling Luke brings professional experience to his observations but it his status as a super-fan that sets him apart. He is rare among enthusiasts in that there is no period nor genre nor country whose movies he is not curious about. From Intolerance to Inception, The St Valentine’s Day Massacre to The Belles of St Trinian’s, Do the Right Thing to Dr Dolittle, Zombieland to Nomadland, Superfly to Superman, Tod Browning to Todd Haynes, Federico Fellini to The Fast and Furious, Monika Treut to Monica Bellucci, there is a place for everyone in The Movies That Made Me.
75.A Nightmare on Fierce Street
A Nightmare on Fierce Street is an epic monstrous podcast about the fiercest topic, horror. Hosted by Trent and Sharai. They promise to bring the fierceness every episode; sometimes critical, often hysterical, always fierce. So join us on Fierce Street, and don't forget the caffeine pills! Our amazing artwork is by Jed Martin. Check out more of his work at jedmartincreative.com. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fierce-street/support
76.We See Saw: A Saw (Re)Watch Podcast
Claudia and Nicole are being held in the basement of an undisclosed abandoned building. They must watch every movie in the Saw franchise before Saw X comes out on September 29th and provide thoughtful analysis...or else.
77.The Screwball Story
Celebrating classical Hollywood's daffiest genre. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
78.The Artists: Arts, Culture, and Cinema with Suchita Bhhatia
A profession where Murphy's law is at its best! In this podcast, we decipher the journey of the makers in the business of making films and unravel the challenges of being in this profession. These candid conversations are also a reality check to millions out there who want to be in this very sort out and considerably glamorous profession. New episode every Friday/ Saturday Curated & Hosted by Suchita Bhhatia Brought to you by Metaphysical Lab & Ep.Log Media
79.The Monsters That Made Us
Welcome to The Monsters That Made Us! Join “The Invisible Dan" Colón and “Monster Mike" Manzi as they celebrate all of the SPOOKTACULAR characters and films in the Universal Studios Classic Monsters series.
80.You're Missing Out: A National Film Registry Podcast
Since 1989, the National Film Registry has selected 25 films each year that are deemed "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant". In each episode, Mike Natale (Yahoo!) and Tom Lorenzo (Men's Journal) bring on a special guest to take a look at one of the films from the registry, to get to the heart of why these films matter.
81.The Laurel & Hardy Podcast
Formerly known as The Laurel & Hardy Blogcast, this is the only podcast to take you on a chronological journey through the films of the world's best-loved comedy team, Laurel and Hardy. In each episode, I take a deep dive through each film the boys made together, and I'm joined by a special guest on every show. Helping me to discuss these wonderful comedies are the world's leading authorities on Laurel and Hardy and Hal Roach Studios, such as Randy Skretvedt, Richard W. Bann, Glenn Mitchell, Rob Stone and many more. If you love classic comedy, you'll love this podcast.
82.Cinema Chat With David Heath
We talk about over 120 years of the film industry. News, notes, great interviews with actors and filmmakers. We also talk with biographers. We talk about the movies and the people that made/make them.
83.Let's Party with Marty: A Martin Scorsese Podcast
The hosts of Let's Jaws for a Minute, Sarah Buddery and MJ Smith present a podcast delving into the filmography of Martin Scrosese, as well as the tapestry of cinema history presented within his "Companion Films" list on Letterboxd.
A filmmaker and a writer tackle the AFI's Top 100 Films and beyond to educate themselves about movies and storytelling. Welcome to Film School!
85.Decades of Horror 1980s
From the grue-crew behind Horror News Radio, Decades of Horror 1980s covers the horror, sci-fi and fantasy films from the Eighties. Classics from John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper, Wes Craven, David Cronenberg and more.
86.The Caped Wonder Superman Podcast
Our Mission is to Honor and Celebrate Christopher Reeve’s legacy and the Directors, Filmmakers, Writers, Cast and Crew of the classic Superman movie series.
87.THE 4:30 MOVIE
Paying homage to THE 4:30 MOVIE of our youth, every week we curate a fantasy movie theme week of classic films by our panel of film and TV professionals.
Award-winning miniseries about the filmmakers who revolutionized the movies. Season 1: George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and the 1970s Movie Revolution. Season 2: The Story of James Cameron. It's a movie for your ears.
The Cinephiliacs is a podcast exploring the past and future of cinephelia. Film critic Peter Labuza has interviewed critics, programmers, academics, filmmakers, and more about their relationship to film and film culture. Additionally, each guest will bring in a particular favorite film and discuss it with Labuza. Indiewire declares, "If you want to hear film critics talk at length about their craft, there are few better places on the Internet" and Keyframe Daily has called it "Exhibit A" for the future of film culture
90.Inside Star Wars
From the creators of Inside Psycho, Inside the Exorcist, and Inside Jaws, comes a new immersive audio biopic about the making of the original 1977 Star Wars. It was a movie made on a shoestring and dumped into a handful of movie theaters. And then it changed the world. This is the story of George Lucas and his dream. We take you inside the stories of the people who struggled to make the original classic and the people who did their very best to stop it dead. Now playing in all galaxies.
91.Countdown to Infinity: a Marvel Avengers Podcast
We talk all things MCU and feature guests from the shows and other fans! Disney+ Shows, Easter Eggs, and more every week.
92.Film Festival reViews
Film Festival reViews Mastering the Art of the Film Festival Experience
93.Halloweenies: A Horror Franchise Podcast
Halloweenies® is a weekly horror franchise podcast. Each season, co-hosts Justin Gerber, Dan Caffrey, McKenzie Gerber, Rachel Reeves, and Michael Roffman slice and dice through one iconic series one movie at a time. In the past, they've covered Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, Scream, and The Evil Dead. This year? They're hitting Playland Toys for Chucky. As always, there will be tricks, there will be treats, and, yes, there will be blood. Produced by Michael Roffman. Edited by Mae Shults. Music by The Most/Charlie Laurence.
94.Screen Test of Time
The Screen Test of Time is a podcast where Suzan Eraslan and David Daw set out to watch every movie ever nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture, in order, from the first awards season to eventually the present day. Each week, they watch and review a different movie, and when they've watched everything nominated in a particular year, they tell you whether the Oscar went to the right one!
95.90 Minutes Or Less Film Fest
A celebration of films under 90 minutes long. Sam Clements is curating a fictional film festival. He’ll accept almost anything, but with one catch - the movie must not be longer than 90 minutes.
Matinee Movies takes you on a journey through film history with those great afternoon matinee movies that kept you coming back each week. How many of us saved our pennies to see our favorite stars, experience those great horror movies or journey back to the wild west with our favorite cowboy hero.
97.Casual Cinecast: Blockbuster Movies to Criterion & Classic Film
Casual Cinecast is a weekly film and TV podcast where we discuss current movies, watch through the Criterion Collection and much more! Every review has a spoiler free section!
98.The 21st Rewrite
In-Depth screenwriting podcast, focusing on the great films of the 21st century. We have three episode formats, either individual screenplay breakdowns, subject-matter experts coming on to discuss a film they love, and interviews with prominent screenwriters.
99.Sundays With Cate
A podcast series about the films of Cate Blanchett. The acting, the costumes, the awards but mostly: the Blanchett of it all. Each week we review one Blanchett movie, talk about its artistic legacy and its context within her career. Hosted, produced and edited by Murtada Elfadl.
100.The Charles Bronson fanatic.
Talking tales of the good ole days.