The Wire at 20


“We're Making it for Baltimoreans” (with Felicia “Snoop” Pearson)

The Wire isn’t exactly a love letter to Baltimore, but you can’t deny the Charm City gives the show its personality and energy. David Simon joins The Wire at 20 to describe how the politics of filming in Baltimore changed over time. Andre Royo and JD Williams recall the day-to-day excitement and challenges of filming on the city’s streets. And Method Man engages in a dynamic conversation with one cast member who was B-more to the core: Felicia “Snoop” Pearson.

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Love is a Crime

Vanity Fair & Cadence 13

Episode 10: The Woman in the Window

In one last noir twist, Joan marries for a fourth and final time to a man with a secret life. The last chapter of our story takes us from the Greenwich Village cross-dressing scene of the 1960s, to the set of Dario Argento’s giallo classic, Suspiria (Joan’s last film), to post-reunification Berlin, where Bennett’s legacy as a key face of film noir is solidified. What are the lasting reverberations of the violent act Walter Wanger committed in 1951 -- on Joan Bennett’s family, on film culture, politics and society? What, if anything, would be different today?
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The Screenwriting Life with Meg LeFauve and Lorien McKenna

Meg LeFauve & Lorien McKenna

91 | How To Vacation As A Writer

Writing can feel like a never ending grind, but we of course need to find the space to take a vacation. Today we talk about how and WHY it's essential to our process.


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The Secret History Of Hollywood

Adam Roche

The Industry

Dan Delgado

The Greatest Cartoon Almost Made

At the height of his career, Richard Williams was hailed as the next Walt Disney. He wanted to prove that animation was high art, not just something to sell toys and cereal. So he spent three decades working on a single film called The Thief and The Cobbler, which was going to be extraordinary. But he made a deal with a movie studio that he couldn't keep. This episode of Imaginary Worlds features Garrett Gilchrist, Kevin Schreck, Neil Boyle and Greg Duffell discuss whether Hollywood or Williams's perfectionism did him in. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Inside Psycho



From the shenanigans on the set of Caddyshack to how Michael Keaton almost “ruined” Batman. From the dangers of messing with Carrie Fisher to the origin of TV’s The Simpsons. Hollywood is full of crazy, memorable, sad, and shocking moments. Twice a week, every week - 3 minutes to revel in the famous lives you either wish you had or are glad you don’t. From the creators of INSIDE PSYCHO, INSIDE JAWS, and INSIDE THE EXORCIST, It’s YOU TALKING TO ME?! Bite-size Hollywood History - with plenty of bite.Listen here for an exclusive SNEAK PEEK. And follow YOU TALKING TO ME?! wherever you listen to podcasts.Want more early access and free bonuses? Join the A-LIST. Just go to YOUTALKING.ME or text ALIST to 66866.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Inside Jaws



From the shenanigans on the set of Caddyshack to how Michael Keaton almost “ruined” Batman. From the dangers of messing with Carrie Fisher to the origin of TV’s The Simpsons. Hollywood is full of crazy, memorable, sad, and shocking moments. Twice a week, every week - 3 minutes to revel in the famous lives you either wish you had or are glad you don’t. From the creators of INSIDE PSYCHO, INSIDE JAWS, and INSIDE THE EXORCIST, It’s YOU TALKING TO ME?! Bite-size Hollywood History - with plenty of bite.Listen here for an exclusive SNEAK PEEK. And follow YOU TALKING TO ME?! wherever you listen to podcasts.Want more early access and free bonuses? Join the A-LIST. Just go to YOUTALKING.ME or text ALIST to 66866.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts is a weekly movie podcast that aims to provide artistic and historical context to classic films. Classic Movie Musts is hosted by Max Baril. New episodes release every Friday. Follow @moviemustspod / @maxbarilpods /

Inside The Exorcist


Wondery Presents: Blood Ties Season 3 - Strange Days

Listen to all six episodes now, exclusive and ad-free on Wondery+Our family members are not always who we think. When Eleonore Richland exposed her father’s dark legacy, she vowed to clean up the family business – and hired her half-brother, Santino Reyes, to help her do it. But old habits die hard. In the shocking new third season, Eleonore reckons with what her father always taught her growing up: medicine is a bloody business. From Wondery, the makers of “The Shrink Next Door” and “Dr. Death,” Blood Ties stars Gillian Jacobs (Community, Love), Christian Navarro (13 Reasons Why), and Peter Stormare.Listen to Blood Ties Season 3 - Strange Days: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

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Spoiler Discussion: Ms. Marvel Episode 2 ”Crushed”

On the June 17, 2022 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editorial director Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film editor Brad Oman to have a spoiler-filled discussion about Ms. Marvel Episode 2 “Crushed”
In The Spoiler Room: Ms. Marvel Episode 2 “Crushed”
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Dearly Departed Podcast

Dearly Departed Podcast

Episode 31 - Classic Christmas Songs We Love and Hate

We take a holly, jolly trip through classic Christmas recordings from favorites like Bing Crosby, Andy Williams, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, and more!

The LexG Movie Podcast

LexG Podcast


LexG on Bond.

Inside Star Wars



From the shenanigans on the set of Caddyshack to how Michael Keaton almost “ruined” Batman. From the dangers of messing with Carrie Fisher to the origin of TV’s The Simpsons. Hollywood is full of crazy, memorable, sad, and shocking moments. Twice a week, every week - 3 minutes to revel in the famous lives you either wish you had or are glad you don’t. From the creators of INSIDE PSYCHO, INSIDE JAWS, and INSIDE THE EXORCIST, It’s YOU TALKING TO ME?! Bite-size Hollywood History - with plenty of bite.Listen here for an exclusive SNEAK PEEK. And follow YOU TALKING TO ME?! wherever you listen to podcasts.Want more early access and free bonuses? Join the A-LIST. Just go to YOUTALKING.ME or text ALIST to 66866.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

The Next Picture Show

Filmspotting Network

#328: Into the Raimiverse, Pt. 1: Army of Darkness

Unlike so much of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the newest Doctor Strange entry carries the unmistakable stamp of its director, Sam Raimi, so we’re preparing to enter the Multiverse of Madness next week with a film that’s an undiluted hit of Raimi: the third entry in the Evil Dead trilogy, 1993’s ARMY OF DARKNESS. We’re joined by our longtime friend and colleague Matt Singer to revisit a film he calls the “pure essence” of Raimi, which makes up for its lack of deeper themes and nuanced character work with a commitment to fun, cartoonish excess that could be looked at as a deconstruction of heroism — or perhaps fun, cartoonish excess for its own sake is the point. 
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Talking Simpsons

Talking Simpsons - The Blunder Years With Eric Peacock

This week we head into one of season 13's weirdest and most offensive (to continuity nerds) with Eric Peacock of the great movie/music podcast Soundtracker! Eric chats soundtracks to films like Stand By Me which is parodied in this ep, as well we talk about finding corpses, screaming at work, annoying hypnotists, and so much more. Listen now while logging onto your internet! Support this podcast and get dozens of bonus episodes by visiting and becoming a patron! And please follow the new official Twitter, @TalkSimpsonsPod!

The Jurassic Park Podcast

The Jurassic Park Podcast

Episode 309: The Lost World Book Club | Episode Two | Featuring Jurassic Dave and Steven Ray Morris + Your thoughts on the novel!

Find us online at www.jurassicparkpodcast.comWelcome to The Jurassic Park Podcast! In episode 309, we present the second episode of The Lost World Book Club! Ben (@JurassicSiteB) hosts the book club and brings along Jurassic Dave and Steven Ray Morris to analyze the second-third of the book (Third Configuration stopping at the Fifth Configuration). Sit back, relax and ENJOY this episode of The Jurassic Park Podcast!If you missed the first installment of The Lost World Book Club, be sure to catch up HERE.Final Book Club Date: Episode 3 - March 14thTo be a part of the FINAL episode of The Lost World Book Club, please send us your thoughts on the next portion of the book (Fifth Iteration to the end) by March 12th! Please send you AUDIO MESSAGES to - We can’t wait to hear from you!If you missed The Jurassic

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Antiques Roadshow

Jordan and Alex discuss the crown jewel of the PBS lineup, which turns 25 years old this year. They’ll talk about the biggest paydays, worst soul crushing disappointments, plus scams, shenanigans and prison sentences that resulted from the surprisingly cut-throat world of antiquing. There’s also the time one of the appraisers drank urine, another one pulled a severed dog head out of a suitcase, and an unsuspecting guest learned they accidentally spent thousands on grocery store olive oil. Plus, they’ll also explain how the show was used to defend a murder suspect!

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Downlowd: The Rise and Fall of Harry Knowles and Ain't It Cool News

Joe Scott

Downlow.d is a deep dive audio documentary series that explores the morally complicated, occasionally inspiring and often forgotten oral histories of the internet. Support this podcast:

The Soundtrack Show


The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time - the Music (Part III)

In Part III of our series on Ocarina of Time, we tackle our main quest to save Hyrule by learning more complex melodies, mastering new musical dungeons, and ultimately facing off against our bongo-playing, pipe organ-pounding foes.
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Ψروانشناسی شخصیت

دکتر مُصی

دنیای نورا ۲۰۸۴

یوستین گاردر — نورا در سال ۲۰۸۲ ایمیلی دریافت کرد که با این جمله آغاز شده بود:‌«نورا عزیزم، من نمی‌دانم دنیا با خواندن این نامه چگونه می‌شود...» این ایمیل ۷۰ سال قبل در تاریخ ۲۰۱۲.۱۲.۱۲ از سمت مادربزرگش فرستاده شده است زمانی‌که مادربزرگش هم سن الان نورا بود، یعنی دقیقاً ۱۶ ساله.عجیب است که مادربزرگش ۷۰ سال پییش چطور می‌دانسته قرار اسم نوه‌اش را نورا بگذارند و از همه جالب‌تر او از کجا می‌دانسته که نورا در این زمان دغدغه‌ی زمینی را دارد که دیگر مانند گذشته‌ زیبا نیست؟ دغدغه‌ی ذوب شدن یخ‌های قطبی، زمین‌های در حال غرق شدن و گونه‌های منقرض شده. دریافت پیام از گذشته و ادامه دار شدن ماجرا باعث شد پدر و مادر نورا او را پییش روانپزشک ببرند. روانپزشک نورا نتوانست چیز عجیبی پیدا کند، به نظر می‌رسد همه‌ی چیزهایی که نورا دیده کاملاً واقعی است. حالا باید بفهمدد آیا انگشتر یاقوت سرخ خانوادگی می‌تواند کمکی به حل گرمایش زمین کند؟ ‌درباره‌ی یوستین گاردر نویسنده‌ی کتاب دنیای نورا ۲۰۸۴یوستین گاردر نویسنده‌ی مشهور نروژي متولد سال ۱۹۵۲ در اسلو است. او نویسنده‌ی تعداد ز

The Last Movie Ever Made: The Don't Look Up podcast

Netflix, Hyperobject Industries, Pineapple Street Studios

In early 2020, Adam McKay set out to make a comedy. It was called Don’t Look Up, and it was meant to make fun of, and point to, the forces stopping us from saving ourselves from climate change. 2020, of course, had other plans. This is what happened when a cast and crew came together to make a disaster comedy, while living through a series of very uncomedic disasters. Featuring: Jennifer Lawrence, Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep, Tyler Perry, Ariana Grande, Timothee Chalamet, Rob Morgan, Himesh Patel, and many, many more.

The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth

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 500 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. Follow us on Twitter @proboothcast and visit us at

Full Cast And Crew

124. Carrie (1976)

Thrilled to be joined by 3-time FCAC guest star, actor/writer/director Lee Wilkof and to delve into the making of Brian De Palma's most enduring and affecting film, 'Carrie', starring Sissy Spacek in a role she fought for, John Travolta in his first substantial film role just after being cast in 'Welcome Back, Kotter', and the future first ex-Mrs. Brian De Palma, Nancy Allen, who was about to give up on film acting when a casting director spotter her in the unlikeliest of places. Details in the episode. Lee and I talk about how empathetic and heart-rending Sissy Spacek's performance is, about Piper Laurie's casting after a 16-year absence from acting, the three key set pieces: the shower scene, the prom scene, and the Piper Laurie/Carrie death scene and coda.  Lee's first appearance on the pod discussing his long career is here. Lee's 2nd appearance, where he and I discuss the brilliant Coen Brothers film Fargo is here. If you're an actor or film/tv/ente

Hello, Sidney: The Scream Podcast

Mike Muncer & Anna Bogutskaya

Introducing... Hello, Sidney

Welcome to Hello Sidney, a limited podcast series supported by Paramount that cuts deep into one of the most iconic horror franchises ever made. Hosted by horror fans and podcasters Mike Muncer, Anna Bogutskaya and Louise Blain. Launching on Wednesday, every episode will go in depth on each Scream film in anticipation of the brand new Scream, coming to cinemas in January 2022. Listen and subscribe to Hello Sidney: The Scream Podcast wherever you get your podcasts.Scream releases in cinemas in the UK on 14 January 2022. Hello Sidney: The Scream Podcast is supported by Paramount Hosts: Mike Muncer, Anna Bogutskaya and Louise Blain Producers: Mike Muncer and Anna BogutskayaEditor: Mike MuncerGhost Face is a Registered Trademark of Fun World Div., Easter Unlimited, Inc. ©1999. All Rights Reserved.

Just The Discs Podcast

Brian Saur

Episode 268 - Live with Mr. Aaron Pynn!

In this episode, Brian was joined by regular JTD Guest Aaron Pynn to talk about Movies, Blu-rays, Watch piles and life in general. Please check out Aaron's YouTube Channel here: And his Patreon here: This week's episode is brought to you by the fine folks at DiabolikDVD - a great place to buy your discs from! Just the Discs Now has a YouTube Channel! Check it out here and subscribe! Follow the Show on Twitter here for Episode previews and new Blu-ray News!

Surely You Can't Be Serious Podcast

Surely You Can't Be Serious Productions, LLC

The pinnacle of infotainment! Crazy stuff you didn’t know about the greatest movies and music of the 80’s, 90’s, and beyond. Hilarity ensues as a research professor and a pop culture savant are pitted against each other in a debate to determine what entertainment icons of film, music, and games are the best of the best of Generation X.

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נשיקת המוות של פאצ'ינו, הילד שנשכח בבית והסרט שהתחיל את הכל | פרק מיוחד

פרק מיוחד של הפודקאסט "עושים מזה סיפור" מפצח את המנגנונים של סרטי החג וראש השנה וגם של הצד האפל שלהם:

למה "מת לחיות" הוא בדיוק אותו הסרט כמו "שכחו אותי בבית"? למה הארי וסאלי מפספסים את נשיקת החצות בדקה? למה פרקי חג מולד בסדרות הם איומים ובו זמנית שייכים לעבר? למה אדוארד מ"המספריים של..." הוא בעצם ישו? ומה עשינו באמת בלילה של באג 2000?

פרק על סיפורי חג מולד וערב השנה החדשה. זה כאילו אותו הדבר אבל זה ממש ממש לא. אלו חיים נפלאים, עיניים עצומות לרווחה, שכחו אותי בבית, מת לחיות, המספריים של אדוארד, הסנדק 2, כשהארי פגש את סאלי וזו רק רשימה חלקית.

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Electric Surge Network


THIS WEEK ON THE 4:30 MOVIE, while you're anxiously awaiting Season Five, it's a special bonus episode as our man in Telluride, STEVEN MELCHING, reports back on all the cinematic goodness he checked out while in Colorado. Also, where to get the best steaks and pizza in Telluride and where int eh world is Werner Herzog? It's a week of great movies and lively conversation as your favorite 4:30 MOVIE hosts return on a new day and time. And starting Halloween Week, the Treksperts will be back with all new theme weeks for Season Five. 


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Psychoanalysis: A Horror Therapy Podcast

Psychoanalysis: A Horror Therapy Podcast

Comfort Horror / Blue Velvet (1986) with Andrew

See that clock on the wall? In five minutes you are not going to believe what we've told you. Leave that severed ear alone and join us in podcast heaven for a candy colored comfort horror episode on Blue Velvet.
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Movie Mike's Movie Podcast

Nashville Podcast Network

Movie Mike’s Movie Podcast is hosted by Mike D who is a writer + producer on The Bobby Bones Show and The BobbyCast where he has been dubbed as the ‘resident movie expert’. Mike is a frequent moviegoer and researcher of movie history. He’s just a guy who loves movies! This podcast will explore the behind-the-scenes of your favorite movies. Everything from horror, animated, superhero, dramas, comedies and more! The show will also feature the latest movie news + rumors and interviews with guests about their favorite movies. Plus, Movie Mike will give his reviews from all the latest movies in theatres. Want more of the podcast? Follow Mike on Twitter + Instagram: @mikedeestro

Film Stories with Simon Brew

Simon Brew

The Irishman (2019) and Zack And Miri Make A Porno (2008)

In this episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, a Martin Scorsese film that took years to come together, and a career-altering Kevin Smith movie. The Irishman was a long talked about reunion of Scorsese and Robert De Niro - but it was always set to be expensive, long, and not family-friendly. Just who would want to pay the bill? Finding a financier was much easier where Kevin Smith's Zack And Miri Make A Porno was concerned - but other problems were around the corner. Stories of both are told in this episode. Find Simon on Twitter at @simonbrew, and the podcast can be found at @filmstoriespod. Support this podcast:

The Directors Series with Cameron Beyl: A Film History Podcast

IFH Podcast Network

The Coen Brothers: Inside Llewyn Davis

In Season 5 we will be deconstructing the work and career of the legendary film directors The Coen Brothers on The Directors Series Podcast hosted by Cameron Beyl.Proud Member of the IFH Podcast Network


Epicleff Originals | Cadence13

Bonus Interview: Remembering James Horner

Bonus Interview. BLOCKBUSTER series creator Matt Schrader reveals an interview with James Cameron from his film Score: A Film Music Documentary about the life and legacy of James Horner.
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The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of

The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of

Pre-Auction Jitters

In a first for the Stuff Dreams are Made Of, David and Ryan discuss their preparations for the June Prop Store auction.  David consternates for a long time regarding the X-Wing, theoretical and practical economics, and the meaning of life itself.  Ryan then talks about having to bid on a pricey Batman Returns speargun before his consigned Indiana Jones lots sell, which is a bit of a gamble.  He also wonders whether he'll have enough auction capital left to fight for the Captain Picard costume or the Terminator endo-skeleton arm.  And, speaking of hard choices, the guys finally announce the winner of Prop Store's Dave10/Ryan10 contest.  One host is very happy, and the other host may have just quit the show.

All The Right Movies: A Movie Podcast

All The Right Movies

The Empire Strikes Back (1980): A Movie Podcast

Laugh it up , fuzzball, 'cos All The Right Movies are back with Star Wars to talk the Skywalkers, snow speeders, and one of the great movie sequels. And you thought we smelled bad on the outside...
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It Happened In Hollywood

The Hollywood Reporter

Zach Galifianakis: 'The Hangover'

The brilliant Zach Galifianakis is Seth and Chip’s very special guest for the Season 2 finale, an uproarious hour about his unlikely path to superstardom in the 2009 comedy smash “The Hangover.”
On this podcast, Seth Abramovitch, senior writer at The Hollywood Reporter, and Chip Pope, an Emmy-winning TV writer and comic, take you behind the scenes of the indelible pop culture moments that shaped Hollywood history — with special guests who were actually there. In a town where everything old is eventually new again, Seth and Chip give listeners a front-row seat to the way things were. Welcome to IT HAPPENED IN HOLLYWOOD!
Hosted by: Seth Abramovitch and Chip PopeProduced by: Matthew Whitehurst and Joshua FarnhamTheme music composed by: Paul Masvidal and Sean Malone

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One Heat Minute Productions

Blake Howard


The Blus Brothers (formerly A Serious Disc Agreement) is a physical media review show on an omission from VOD. Alexei Toliopoulos (Finding Drago, Total Reboot) and Blake Howard (One Heat Minute) expand their IMPRINT COMPANION podcast to include the best physical media releases worldwide. For this episode, we're discussing Umbrella Entertainment's BEYOND GENRES - THE BEAST and CRASH.THE BEAST (LA BÊTE) (1975) (BEYOND GENRES #13) BLU-RAYLimited-edition O-ring packaging with exclusive new artwork and special features.A black comedy of sexual manners set around an arranged wedding to occur on the grounds of an elegant chateau, Walerian Borowczyk's controversial masterpiece The Beast should be approached with caution but relished with abandon!Infamous for the final scene where the titular beast ravishes American heiress Lucy Broadhurst (Lisbeth Hummel) on the eve of her wedding to a French aristocrat,

Cancelled Movie Report


Season 2 Recap!



Today we take a look back at all the movie projects we covered in Season 2, answer some of your questions and give away some awards! Plus we talk about what is coming NEXT for Cancelled Movie Report.

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The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth

Episode 576: Pootie Tang (2001)

It's time to sine your pitty on the running kine with our episode all about Pootie Tang. Written and directed by (rightfully) disgraced comedian Louis CK, the film stars Lance Crouther as the titular Mr. Tang, a performer, poet, and potter who learns a lesson about himself and the evil corporate empire run by Dick Lecter (Robert Vaughn). Mike McGranahan and Josh Stewart join Mike to discuss this maligned masterpiece. Sa da tay!

رادیو سانسور

Salman Khorshidi

قسمت چهل و یک : دایره زنگی

در این قسمت از اولین فیلم سینمایی پریسا بخت آور خواهید شنیدحامی مالی این اپیزود پوشاک کراییکد تخفیف : radio_sansoor See for privacy and opt-out information.

And the Runner-Up Is

Kevin Jacobsen

1942 Best Actress (feat. Casey Lee Clark)

This week on And the Runner-Up Is, Kevin welcomes Next Best Picture writer/podcaster Casey Lee Clark to discuss the 1942 Oscar race for Best Actress, where Greer Garson won for her performance in "Mrs. Miniver," beating Bette Davis in "Now, Voyager," Katharine Hepburn in "Woman of the Year," Rosalind Russell in "My Sister Eileen," and Teresa Wright in "The Pride of the Yankees." We discuss all of these nominated performances and determine who we think was the runner-up to Fontaine. 0:00 - 9:15 - Introduction 9:16 - 30:04 - Bette Davis 30:05 - 48:54 - Katharine Hepburn 48:55 - 1:06:29 - Rosalind Russell 1:06:30 - 1:20:42 - Teresa Wright 1:20:43 - 1:33:13 - Greer Garson 1:33:14 - 1:54:52 - Why Greer Garson won / Twitter questions 1:54:53 - 2:01:54 - Who was the runner-up? Support And the Runner-Up Is on Patreon at! Follow Kevin Jacobsen on Twitter Follow Ca

Round II: The Film Sequel

Daryn Kirscht

#6: Captain America: The Winter Soldier

On your left! We join the ranks at S.H.I.E.L.D. to discuss one of the most highly revered sequels in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Captain America: The Winter Soldier.  We cover behind-the-scenes stories, pros, cons, and, of course, the sequel test. My special episode guest is Jonan Garcia. His family owns a comic book store, Hollywood Heroes, and you can find him online at:- - Instagram: hollywood_heroes_store - Instagram: Jonan Garcia (jonangarcia3) - Facebook: Hollywood Heroes You can find me online at the following: - Vero: Daryn Kirscht- Twitter: @Daryn_Kirscht - Website: darynkirscht.comMy book, The Snyderverse Saga: The Culture-Shattering Phenomena Behind Zack Snyder's DC Film Universe. - Twitter: @SnyderverseSaga- Facebook: The Snyderverse Saga - Amazon Link: Round II: The Film Sequel- Twitter: @RoundIIPodcast- Faceb

The House Of Hammer

Adam Roche, Ben Taylorson, Cev Moore, Smokey

The House Of Hammer Podcast - A Definitive Guide Of The Films, The Figures & The Folklore Of One Of The 20th Century’s Greatest Cinematic Legacies Brought to you by Adam Roche, Ben Taylorson, Cev Moore and Smokey

The Valley of the Dolls Podcast

Paul Walsh

Ep#7: Judy Garland's Star is Re-Born (Part Two)

This is the long overdue part two of a two part deep dive into the conception, production and legacy of the 1954 musical drama "A Star Is Born".
In this episode I look at the restoration and legacy of the film.  I'm joined in conversation with all three hosts of The Garland Gab!  Check out their Judy Garland YouTube podcast here -
Make sure to subscribe in order to be kept updated on the release of part two.  Be sure to follow the podcast on Instagram @thevalleyofthedolls_pod.


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OETA Movie Club Podcast

OETA Movie Club

The OETA Movie Club Podcast is a deep dive into the classic films shown every Saturday night at 9 pm on OETA Movie Club. Join hosts Robert Burch and Jeff Morava as they share all the little-known movie facts and trivia, and movie knowledge that only our own Robert Burch seems to know. OETA Movie Club has been a Saturday night staple on OETA for more than 30 years. We are thrilled to be bringing you a weekly podcast for our dedicated fans and movie lovers across Oklahoma. Listen with fresh popcorn!

The Tinsel Factory: A Film History Podcast

Katelyn Pigoni

Black History Month: Hattie McDaniel

This week on The Tinsel Factory, the life of Hattie McDaniel and her struggles between being a working actress and the parts she was forced to play.
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Dark Tube - TV’s Wicked History

Hotmush Media, Inc.

Behind the warming glow is an industry rife with scandal, tragedy, and controversy. Dark Tube examines the darker side of the television industry... and the often horrible circumstances that went into creating your favorite shows.

Watch With Jen™

Jen Johans

Watch With Jen - S3: E23 - Steven Soderbergh: From OUT OF SIGHT to TRAFFIC (with Rob Belushi)

Quick-witted, loyal, caring, and so very talented - this week, I was thrilled to welcome one of my best pals and honorary brothers back to the podcast. An actor, former host of the excellent Game Show Network series "Get a Clue," and longtime improv teacher at Second City, plus a writer, producer, entrepreneur, and gifted impressionist who regularly turns my voicemail into the funniest comedy club in the world, Rob Belushi is a man who wears many hats. In the past, you've heard him share his insights as a knowledgeable film lover in his very first episode way back in 2020 and then twice last year as well, first lending his expertise as the host of "Get a Clue" for an episode I did on Game Show Movies, and then later in our season two finale, Rob joined me along with his inspiring, intelligent, and very lovely mother Sandi to tease and interrogate her both about h

The Leftover Pizza Podcast

The Leftover Pizza Posse

The Arcade Show! - Leftover Pizza Podcast #7

For our first show of 2022, we decided to build our dream arcade! In this episode we think back to some of our favorite arcade games of our childhoods, and decide what WE would put in an arcade of our own. From The Simpsons to Jurassic Park, we talk about all the heavy hitters you remember from visiting Chuck E. Cheese & other arcades in the 90s!Listen to us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and wherever you get your podcasts.Instagram, TikTok: @leftoverpizzapodcastRun Time: 01:09:00

The Marx Brothers Council Podcast

Matthew Coniam, Noah Diamond, Bob Gassel

43 “I Take it Out Once in a While” featuring Jay Hopkins

A supersized deep dive into “You Bet Your Life.”

First, Marx Brotherhood founder Jay Hopkins joins us to talk about the origins of the series, its unique and sometimes controversial way of production, and how Groucho wanted and needed to evolve from his screen persona. We also discuss the show’s most famous moment…which likely didn’t happen at all.

Later, we are treated to a never-before-heard interview (and scrumptious meal) with Jay and “You Bet Your Life” head writer Bernie Smith from 1979. Bernie gives a frank firsthand account of working on the show, and isn’t afraid to ruffle a few feathers…including the duck’s.

The Cinephiliacs

Peter Labuza

Framing Media #8 - Jennifer Peterson on Goverment Sponsored Environmental Awareness Films

Today's episode features Jennifer Peterson, Professor and Chair of the Department of Communication at Woodbury University and author of Education in the School of Dreams: Travelogues and Early Nonfiction Film. We discuss her article for the "Medicine on Screen" program for the National Library of Medicine entitled "Darkening Day: Air Pollution Films and Environmental Awareness, 1960–1972." Peterson examines a select series of films from the postwar era, all sponsored by the United States government, that tackled growing concerns about air pollution and other environmental concerns in a world before the Environmental Protection Agency. The two look at unique aspects that make these films shocking today, not just for their strong anti-corporate advocacy but often their aesthetic qualities that reflected the experimental films of the era. But Peterson also acknowledges

Linda's Bumpy Ride on Bumpy Road

Linda Gaye Scott

Many of you may know me as an actress in Michael Crichton’s Premier film “Westworld” in which I played Arlette, robot prostitute who seduced & gave favors to Richard Benjamin. Now Richard was a fantastic actor to work with especially because he knew I was uncomfortable having to disrobe and undress. Richard might have been uncomfortable during that scene but I never noticed a hint of it. Off-screen he was a happily married man to a beautiful and highly talented actress Paula Prentiss, known for her comedy roles in many films. I’d like to mention that when actors don't have any lines of dialogue, it’s not as easy as you would think. Without words, the character has little to work with. As an audience, think about it and imagine what or how You would convey your thoughts to another person if you were unable to speak. Well, if you don’t agree, try it sometime. It isn’t easy my friends. Also, it was inferred that handsome James Brolin was having his way with another saloon gal. FYI - As an aside, James Brolin is married to the iconic “Out of this World” Singer, Actress, Award-Winning Barbra Streisand. Meanwhile, Brolin's character was being pursued by the Man in Black, Gunslinger Yul Brynner who was brilliant, outstanding, and very scary. Mr. Brynner was best known for being the staunch King in the legendary film "The King and I" with Award-Winning actress Deborah Kerr. Now regarding television, there was a well-known series called The Green Hornet (Green Hornet Music.. )in which you may know me as VAMA, the One and Only woman in history to "ZAP" the Great, Incomparable Bruce Lee as CATO. During and between "takes" Bruce and I would talk at length about so many things but honestly He did most of the talking. He said he didn't easily open up to others but felt like he'd known me for a long time. That he felt safe & very comfortable. In The Batman 66 series (Batman Music) I was The Riddler's female villain "MOTH". I will be giving fans much to chew on when talking about the show's Hero Adam West, his sidekick Burt Ward and the forever Memorable Frank Gorshin. Certainly More to share at another time. There are a slew of many other series such as Bewitched with Elizabeth Mongomery and Dick York, Lost in Space, Bonanza, and my Introductory and very first role in Ben Casey as well as many other roles in which I guest-starred.

Downlowd: The Rise and Fall of Harry Knowles and Ain't It Cool News

Joe Scott

Downlow.d is a deep dive audio documentary series that explores the morally complicated, occasionally inspiring and often forgotten oral histories of the internet. Support this podcast:

WTF Happened To....?!

WORLD WAR Z - WTF Happened to this Horror Movie

In this episode, we take a look at the zombie action flick World War Z, starring Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, Matthew Fox, James Badge Dale, Peter Capaldi, David Morse, Ruth Negga and Daniella Kertesz. Directed by Marc Forster, this globe-spanning zombie yarn is adapted from the novel of the same written by Max Brooks, although it's seemingly mostly in name only as the story changed drastically for the big screen. With all manner of production issues, a reshot ending and clashes with the director and producer, Brad Pitt, it seemed like WWZ would be a box office disaster, but it ended up being a major success despite all the production woes. So, let's find out WTF Happened to World War Z! 

Behind The Irishman


Introducing: The Last Movie Ever Made

It’s October 2020. A pandemic is raging. And 603 people enter a bubble in Boston. Their mission? Make a movie. Their world? Chaos. It feels like it might be... The Last Movie Ever Made. This is a podcast about what happened when the cast and crew of the movie Don’t Look Up created a story about one crisis – while living through another. Episode 1:A question is rolling inside Adam McKay’s brain: If danger comes, will people respond? He writes a comet disaster comedy, and sets off to make it. Then, a pandemic hits.  A new question haunts McKay: Am I out of my mind?

Awake: The Life of Yogananda Minute By Minute

Priyank, Mike and Chris

Awake: The Life of Yogananda is discussed "minute by minute" in this podcast. This docu-film depicts the life of Paramahansa Yogananda, in a way that is intended for the general populace. The hosts are Priyank, Mike and Chris - a group of friends with a shared passion and devotedness to their Guru. If you enjoyed the film this is the podcast for you! Watch on: Listen on: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Castbox and Player FM Unofficial + not linked to SRF/YSS

The Queer Quadrant

The Queer Quadrant

Lawrence of Arabia with Maggie Mae Fish

Jordan and Brooke are joined by YouTuber and writer Maggie Mae Fish to discuss 1963's classic epic in all its homoerotic glory. The gang canonizes this as a tragic romance, expresses their deep love for Omar Sharif (rightfully so), examine the casting choices of this and recent desert film "Dune," and wax poetic about score, cinematography, and David Lean's directorial prowess.Follow us on Twitter!Follow Maggie on Twitter and YouTube!This episode is sponsored by Super Yaki! Use code: SUPERQQ for 10% off

Film Trace

Film Trace

We trace the Life of a Film from conception to production all the way to its release and reception. You know when you dive into a film's wikipedia and imdb after watching it? Then the director's page, then the actor's page. Our show does that for you. We use our nerd superpowers to obsessively tell the story of a movie: how it came to be, how it played out, and what it means today. It is a crash course on a single film filled with primary documents, lovely asides, and frequent guest voices. It is an investigation and celebration of films both great and small.

Calling Old Hollywood

Kat Lively

Richard Shelton

√Richard Shelton is a British film, TV and theatre actor and singer, who performed in ITV's Emmerdale. He portrayed Frank Sinatra in Rat Pack Confidential in London's West End, and performed in the movies House of Lies and in My Week with Marilyn. 

خارج السياق

A. Abdullah

مئة عام من السينما 1920-2019

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باء تربيع

فيلم داخل فيلم..

نغوص معكم في الحلقة الأخيرة من الموسم الثاني في الأفلام المركبة، وهي تلك التي تتضمن تركيباً قصصياً مزدوجاً، فترى أن الفيلم يصنع فيلماً فرعياً داخل قصته الرئيسية، ويتقمص بذلك شخصية صنّاعه، ونتحدث عن أبرز العقبات التي تواجه هذا القالب السينمائي شديد التعقيد، إخراجاً وكتابةً، وأثره على تقديم هدف الفيلم بوجه عام، مستعرضين عدداً من النماذج السينمائية المشابهة عبر التاريخ، مع إبراز جوانب عبقريتها في تقديم هذا القالب.إنتاج: منصة باء تربيعإعداد وتقديم: حسن خالدمونتاج وإخراج: عبدالله الشومليمنتج منفذ: عبدالرحمن الرميحي

Kaiju Island Podcast

Kaiju Island

Episode 12: Shin Godzilla

In this, our longest episode EVER (we hope), Amanda learns about the biology of a transforming monster, Andrew falls in love with a cute, bleeding, puppy, and together they ponder one of the greatest kaiju films of all time, Shin Godzilla (2016).


Also, apologies for the weird sound in this episode. We're in a new recording setup, and we're figuring it out!

How the West Was 'Cast

A podcast

Whether you grew up watching the movies of John Wayne, cut your teeth on Clint Eastwood’s “Man with No Name” trilogy, or consider Kevin Costner to be the screen’s quintessential cowboy star, HOW THE WEST WAS ‘CAST is just the podcast you’ve been waiting for. Join screenwriter and journalist Matthew Chernov and film historian and professor Andrew Patrick Nelson as they discuss the beloved masterpieces, forgotten treasures, and curious cult movies that make up the Western film genre. From the timeless classics of the 1940s and ‘50s, to the bold and bloody titles of the 1960s and ‘70s, to the celebrated prestige Westerns of today, HOW THE WEST WAS ‘CAST explores one of cinema’s most fascinating and enduring genres.

STUDIOCANAL Presents - The Podcast


STUDIOCANAL Presents - The Podcast is a monthly movie show, celebrating and exploring exceptional films and series with a deep dive into STUDIOCANAL’s renowned and world-spanning library, including titles available on the streaming channel, STUDIOCANAL PRESENTS. Host Simon Brew is joined each month by a special guest, and will be exploring classic movies, new theatrical releases, and a fair few hidden gems as well. We dig into films you’ve seen and films you haven’t, and hopefully add a few titles to your watchlist along the way.

All of the Classics

Hope Sears

Whether it's TV, movie, music to radio. I talk about Classic Hollywood, icons and events. With a dose of Hope Sears.

AFV: America This Is You!


Bonus! Fun Stories

Here is a bonus episode that includes some of our favorite stories from the creator, producers, writers, and hosts that didn’t make it into our 5-part series.

Jailhouse Talk - An Elvis Movies Podcast

Andrew Shoemaker/Rob Thomason

An exploration of Elvis Presley through the lens of his movies from Love Me Tender to Change of Habit. Hosted by Andrew Shoemaker and Rob Thomason, two friends who love movies and want to learn more about The King.

The Woody Allen Pages Podcast

William Miller

Episode 15 – Blue Jasmine (2013)

Blue Jasmine is the 43rd film written and directed by Woody Allen.

Cate Blanchett stars as the titular Jasmine - a well-to-do woman who finds herself broke. Her financial criminal husband, played by Alec Baldwin, is no longer in the picture, so she moves in with her working class sister Ginger, played by Sally Hawkins. And she has to try and find a new life in San Francisco.

Blue Jasmine was a critical success for Allen and in particular Blanchett, who won all the awards. It is also one of Allen’s biggest box office earners. So is it really that good?

Welcome to the Woody Allen Pages Podcast, by me, the creator of the Woody Allen Pages website. This week, episode 15, we look at 2013’s Blue Jasmine. How it was conceived, how it was made, and how it lives up to it’s reputation. Spoilers are everywhere so watch the film first, then come back.

So much more at our website – Woody Allen Pages.

The Baton: A John Williams Musical Journey

Jeff Commings

Episode 111 - Epilogue

This is the final episode of "The Baton: A John Williams Musical Journey," and host Jeff Commings has invited one of the premier analysts of John Williams' music to talk about his extensive catalog for the "Star Wars" and Indiana Jones films. Frank Lehman discusses the genesis of the idea to examine all of the thematic material in both film series, and breaks down two of his favorite themes from the "Star Wars" franchise. It's a fantastic discussion that closes out this extensive podcast series with an over-reaching look at the Maestro's career.


Alva Riley

Don't Miss This!

"Lucy and Desi" by Amy Poehler comes to Amazon Prime on March 4, 2022. Watch the trailer on YouTube now.


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The Filmumentaries Podcast

Jamie Benning

Look no further if you want knowledgeable in-depth conversations between film historian Jamie Benning and some of the greatest artists in all the movie making crafts from effects to editing, stunts to storyboards.

Full Marx - A Marx Bros. Podcast

Sneaky Dragon

Full Marx – 14 – Listener’s Questions

Hello, fellow Marxists! Welcome to the final episode of Full Marx. This week we basically turned the show over to our listeners and let them decide what we would talk about this week. Lots of people wanted us to cover the brothers’ post-Marx Brothers career so we talked about that and some of their late […]

Having A Ball Podcast

Having A Ball

Co-hosts Erika Murrietta and Ziva Maples dive deep into the life of Lucille Ball, exploring many facets of her life. They take an episode by episode look at some of her most famous shows Lucille Ball was part of like I Love Lucy, The Lucy Show, and Here’s Lucy. They will also take a closer look at some of Lucy’s movies, explore the creation and works of Desilu productions and learn more about Lucy’s costars throughout her long career spanning decades!

Vanguard of Hollywood

Shannon Allen

Platinum Perfection: A Lana Turner Birthday Tribute

Lana Turner is the Definition of Movie Star, Loves Hot Sauce and Fashion, Goes Through Seven Husbands, is Saved by Her Daughter, & Can Make Anyone Laugh. It’s Shannon’s Birthday Tribute to Lana Turner.

The Film Detective Podcast

The Film Detective

Episode 16. Three Skeleton Key (3/17/1950): Escape

Join host, Carl Amari, for a special radio re-broadcast of Escape, featuring William Conrad, Paul Frees, and the legendary Vincent Price.Originally designed to free the listener from the four-walls of today through a half hour of high adventure. Escape features both original stories and adaptions that involved the protagonists in dire life or death situations, much like its cousins series known as Suspense. Perfect for any listener hoping to take a quick break from life and all of its qualms, this particularly iconic tale featuring theater legend Vincent Price is sure to leave you hanging at the edge of your seat.Originally airing on 03/17/1950, this week's episode of "Three Skeleton Key," from Escape will surely serve up some perfect thrills for the entire family!Enjoying The Film Detective?You can watch this episode here.Or connect with us here:FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeWant even more? Subscribe to

The Laurel & Hardy Blogcast

Patrick Vasey

Join us on a chronological journey through the films of the world's best loved comedy team, Laurel & Hardy. We'll have a special guest on each episode to help us to discuss every film the duo appeared in together, as well as giving some behind the scenes information too.

Film at Fifty

Brian Rowe

Frenzy with Cody Dericks (Next Best Picture)

Cody Dericks from Next Best Picture joins Brian for a discussion of Frenzy, the R-rated British thriller directed by the one and only Alfred Hitchcock! They also talk about Hitchcock's iconic career and pick his three best films. FRENZY is available on Amazon: us at and @filmatfifty on social media, and please leave us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts.

Reel Hollywoodland

Reel Hollywoodland

Family Feud: The History of Warner Bros

Warner Bros has been one of the few constant names in media that has survived since practically the inception of Hollywood. Although it has changed directions and ownership away from the Warner family over the years, remarkably, the family name remains relevant even today.  
This episode will discuss the founding of the studio, how it navigated Hollywood throughout the decades, the leadership of Jack Warner, and where the company is today.  
Films Highlighted: 
"Don Juan" starring John Barrymore 
"The Jazz Singer" starring Al Jolson 
"Dangerous" starring Bette Davis 
"Casablanca" starring Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart 

The Jaws Obsession

Jaws Obsession

The Jaws Obsession Episode 26: Book of Quint Update

An update to the Book of Quint progress. Jon Tedder onboard to discuss the first 24 chapters to the Book of Quint. While not revealing spoilers, we bring the Jaws community up to speed on the current state of the book. 3 weeks left in the campaign!
Join The Indiegogo Campaign to get the book!
Watch the trailer!
Read the first chapter!
The Book of Quint: Chapter 1 Promotional Release (
The Book of Quint: A 300+ page novel detailing the events that make Quint into the fearless shark hunter of Amity Island. Follow him from 1945 to 1968, and witness how Quint rises to become a legend of the North Atlantic.
Not only will this story stand alone and create a gripping and dramatic tale of Quint, but also, after reading it, your viewing of the movie Jaws will never be the same. You will notice performances

To the '90s and Beyond! Film Podcast

Vince Leo

A concise deep-dive look at the films of the 1990s, as well as newer films that were influenced by them. Hosted by Vince Leo, author of the review site

Werewolf TV Series Podcast

Joel G. Robertson

RMG Presents: Werewolf The TV Series, The Podcast | Episode 016

For this podcast your hosts will discuss, dissect, and reminisce about the cult classic TV series Werewolf that ran on the FOX network from 1987 to 1988.
Despite only lasting one season for a total of 29 episodes, WEREWOLF made an indelible (bite) mark on the lives of those who watched and loved this fantastic horror series.

In this episode of the podcast, we’ll be discussing our TOP 5 episodes and our BOTTOM 5 episodes of Werewolf, sharing trivia about the show's production (source:, and giving you our final thoughts as we wrap up this limited series podcast.
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Check out the Silver Bolo award-winning Horror Movie Podcast.Like movies 20-years-old or older? Then you'll enjoy Retro Movie Geek.If you are into horror TV movies from

The History of Hollywood with Marc Wanamaker

Marc Wanamaker

"The Three Stooges Hollywood Filming Locations"

If you are a fan of “The Three Stooges”, then this is a must-hear episode of “The History of Hollywood with Marc Wanamaker”!  In this episode, film historian Marc Wanamaker chats with fellow historian Jim Pauley, author of the book, “The Three Stooges Hollywood Filming Locations”, who shares how he found some of the most popular locations seen in the shorts.  During the show, you will also hear some fun behind-the-scenes stories, such as:- Where is the actual location of the “Stooges Steps”, the huge flight of stairs the Stooges needed to climb to deliver ice?  - Which supporting actors appeared in the most The Three Stooges shorts?- Which Stooge was the most beloved among the cast and crew?And much, much, more!For more information, go to www.PovertyRowStudios.TV.For more information about Marc, or to view his extensive collection of Hollywood photos, go to at Sunset Gower Studios, Hollywoo

Mr Birdman's Movie Reviews

Joshua Birdwell

One man's journey to discover why he's so passionate about the various things in his life. He'll go deep into how he got into it, throw in a little trivia, and may make you think twice about the likes in your life.

21st Century Spielberg

Chris Evangelista

West Side Story

I’m Chris Evangelista, chief film critic at, and this is 21st Century Spielberg, a podcast examining the challenging, sometimes misunderstood 21st-century filmography of one of our greatest living filmmakers, Steven Spielberg. This is Episode 8: West Side Story.  You can also read more about the topics covered here on You can subscribe to 21st Century Spielberg on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the other popular podcast apps (RSS).  Please rate and review the podcast on iTunes, tell your friends and spread the word! It helps.  You can find me on Twitter @cevangelista413, and on this podcast’s Twitter @Spielberg2K.

The Talon Mix | A Smallville Recap Podcast

Zach & Brian

Zach and Brian recap episodes of Smallville with the help of the Smallville Wiki. New episodes Fridays!

The History of Film

Jacob Aschieris

29- Phantasmagoria

It's a new year, and the History of Film is back! In this episode, we cover the life and achievements of French animator Emile Cohl, as he creates the first paper film animation, and brings fluidity and grace to a medium he helped invent!Thank you to my wonderful patrons who help make this show possible! A special thank you to patron Ed & Shari for supporting this program in such a big way. If you want to support this show, read your name down here in the credits, and get access to cool bonus content, you can! By visiting and becoming a patron, you can play an integral part in actually making this show exist. If you would like to contact me, you can email me at can visit to access helpful resources for this episode.You can join the History of Film discord server by using this link; the show (

Huff and Stuff Podcast


Class in session with Mr. J

My former American Government teacher gives a breakdown of the 1st and 2nd amendment’s and their relevance still today!

Fragments of Fear - A Giallo Podcast

Peter Jilmstad and Rachael Nisbet

Episode 18 - Crazy Desires of a Murderer

Crazy Desires of a Murderer (Ratti, 1977)

This month, Fragments of Fear delves into the Crazy Desires of a Murderer with Fillipo Walter Ratti’s Gothic whodunit of the same name. Purportedly from 1977, we look at the film’s ambiguous production date and account for some of the so called dated aspects of the film whilst examining how Crazy Desires slots into the gialli of the 1970s with its heady mix of Gothic and erotic elements. As always, we take a look at the film’s cast and crew, taking a moment to shine a light on some of the lesser known figures of the Italian genre cinema.

Two Dollar Late Fee


Love 80's movies? Do you want to hear amazing stories about these movies directly from your favorite actors, directors, writers and composers that made them? Hosted by 80's ninjas, Zak and Dustin, Two Dollar Late Fee is an 80's movie interview podcast bathed in the soothing glow of soundtracks, nostalgia and positivity. NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!

The Jockey Club: A Let It Ride Podcast

Dan Delgado

A scene by scene look at the overlooked 1989 comedy Let It Ride.

Back to the Future: The Podcast

Brad Gilmore

I Know, You Know Back to the Future with Steve Franks (Part 2)

July 3rd, 1985 - a day that a little time travel movie produced by Steven Spielberg and directed by Robert Zemeckis called Back to the Future was released to the public. This podcast will dive into the world of BTTF, and discuss the movies, characters, and behind-the-scenes details on one of the greatest trilogies of all time. So buckle in, make sure your flux capacitor is fluxing, and enjoy the 88 mile per hour adventure of the Back to the Future trilogy.
Steve Franks was creator, writer, and executive producer of the USA Network original series Psych.
A southern California native, Franks earned a BA in English from the University of California, Irvine in 1991 while also doing stand-up comedy and fronting the popular Orange County band, Friendly Indians. While a graduate student in the film department of Loyola Marymount University, Franks career was launched when his first screenplay, "Big Daddy&

Trivia Rewind

Debi Jenkins

Top Gun Trivia

Top Gun was the highest grossing film of 1986. The much anticipated sequel Maverick is finally here. Before you head to theater, Debi Jenkins, the host of Trivia Rewind has 30 trivia questions for you about the original film.  Get out your Ray Bans and see what you remember.Music by jorikbasov and NaturesEye from Pixabay

The Spaghetti Westerns Podcast

The Spaghetti Westerns Channel

#22 - Guy Madison

Today's Topic: Spaghetti Westerns star, Guy Madison.

DownTown ToonTown (

The biggest podcast dedicated to Roger Rabbit and ToonTown.

The Writers' Hangout

The PAGE Awards

THE WRITERS’ HANGOUT, a podcast that celebrates the many stages of writing from inspiration to the first draft, revising, getting a project made and everything in-between. We’ll talk to the best and brightest in the entertainment industry and create a space where you can hang out, learn from the pros and have fun. Plus, True Crime stories about writers. Contact us: The PAGE International Screenwriting Awards sponsors the WRITERS' HANGOUT. Executive Producer Kristin Overn Producer Sandy Adomaitis Producer/Engineer Terry Sampson Music by Ethan Stoller

Forgotten Hollywood

JLJ Media

1 Year Anniversary Episode with Special Guests!

One of JLJ Media's most popular audio series gets a special video treatment! Creator/Producer/Host Doug Hess is joined by former guest hosts who have appeared during the first year of the program! Happy 1 year Anniversary to Forgotten Hollywood and thank you fans!

It’s all in the reflexes

Bigger Trouble in Little China

When did the Wild Man get in the back of the Porkchop Express?

Big Trouble in Little China the greatest movie ever. Kurt Russell, John Carpenter, Kim Cattrall, Dennis Dun and James Hong.
A quick thought When did the Wild Man get in the back of the Porkchop Express?

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Tentpole Trauma

Tentpole Trauma

The Predator

The Predator franchise was in something of a fallow period by the end of the previous decade, so when it was announced that genre hotshot Shane Black would be resurrecting the series, along with former collaborator Fred Dekker, there was cause for excitement among film fans. Sadly the end result was not the action/sci fi horror film most had hoped for — so what went wrong? Join badasses Sebastian, Chris and Rodney as they get to the chopper and hunt down this confused and frustrating flop.

The Oz Network - TV & Film Recaps

Ben Waterworth

The most entertaining TV & Film podcast on the internet! Subscribe now to get the latest episodes to your speakers each week. Currently covering Nip/Tuck, Third Watch & Lost. Also providing weekly movie recaps from classic movies as well as weekly movie reviews on recently released films. Everything you need as a TV & Film fan is all under one roof!

Verbal Diorama

Verbal Diorama

Mortal Kombat (1995) & Mortal Kombat: Annihilation

In a change to the scheduled episode, a smaller Nanorama (episodes slightly shorter, but focusing on interesting titbits of information) on the history and legacy of the original Mortal Kombat film adaptation from 1995, and its much maligned sequel...
Mortal Kombat, as a video game, was a worldwide phenomenon. It made sense to make it into a movie. It really was an unprecedented hit, too. And it all started with the arcade game for Terminator 2: Judgement Day and Midway Games' love of Jean-Claude Van Damme....
Mortal Kombat: Annihilation promised three times the ambition of the first movie, with more fights, more special effects and more Outworld. It did follow through on those promises, to be fair to varying degrees of success, but there was some genuine innovation behind the scenes...

Really, 007!

Really, 007!

Behind Licence To Kill - Robert Davi interview

Really, 007! speak with Franz Sanchez himself! Actor Robert Davi tells all about his experiences as the master villain of Licence To Kill, including stories about filming with John Glen, Timothy Dalton, Benicio Del Toro, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Marlon Brando.Host Tom Pickup is joined by fellow Bond enthusiasts John Kell, Math Pickup, Chris Goldie, Rob Parker and Harry Pickup. Thanks for listening - we think you'll love it too!Disclaimer: Really, 007! is an unofficial entity and is not affiliated with EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. and Danjaq, LLC.Licence To Kill ©1989 Danjaq S.A. and United Artists Pictures Inc. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Untitled Movie Podcast

Matt Rorabeck and Eric Marchen

Each week, film critics Matt Rorabeck and Eric Marchen get together to chat movie news and whatever else they feel like talking about that week.

Star Wars: Sound Design

Jordan Rannells

Weapons I: The Blasters

Today we explore the many different ways we can get laser sounds from hitting a wire with a wrench.. or a hammer? or various other types of metal! Support on Patreon

All My Movies with Dan Murrell

Dan Murrell


Dan Murrell deep dives into HEREDITARY directed by Ari Aster.

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The Old Soul Movie Podcast

Becket Media

Rebecca (1940)

Emma and Brooke visit an Academy Award Best Picture winner: Rebecca (1940)! Alfred Hitchcock's first American production (adapted from Daphne du Maurier's classic novel) is one you won't want to miss. The story of Maxim de Winter and the second Mrs. de Winter, a thrilling romance checkered with deception, will keep you on the edge of your seat. We discuss Joan Fontaine's real-life insecurities with this role, production code restrictions, artistic differences between Hitchcock and producer David O. Selznick, and more. Don't just dream about visiting Manderley...pack your bags and join us for a suspenseful adventure! Please Comment, Rate, and Share our episodes and tell us what you like and what you want to hear more of!— Be sure to check us out onOur website: @oldsoulpodInstagram: @oldsoulmoviepodcast



218 - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)

"Every gun makes its own tune." For Episode 218, Brandon is joined by David Glenn IV to discuss Sergio Leone's classic film, THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY. Listen as we talk about the Spaghetti Western genre and how this movie is one of the best.  Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod Medium: CineNation E-mail:

Party Like It's The '90s

Ship It Studios

Ship It Studios is going back in time to celebrate all things '90s. We're bringing in our whole team to help cover the best movies, music, and sports of the decade. Join us as we Party Like It's The '90s

Presenting Hitchcock

Cory Metcalfe and Aaron Peterson

PH 35 - Vertigo (1958)

Gooooood evening. In this months episode of Presenting Hitchcock, Cory and Aaron are absolutely obsessed with their discussion of "Vertigo." Read More...

Pods and Monsters: A Monster Movie Podcast


Join us as we journey through classic and contemporary monster/horror pictures where we dive deep into movie recaps, production history, film lore, and more! From the classics of Frankenstein and Dracula to the terror of The Exorcist and Alien, we’ll cover them all!

The Caped Wonder Superman Podcast Celebrating 20 Years

It's the website that started it all! 20 years later and is still more powerful than a locomotive! In this special edition podcast, Jay Towers goes one-on-one with his friend Jim Bowers, the founder and editor of Jim shares how it all started, and where it's all going. Jim & Jay also give new details about The Christopher Reeve Legacy Reunion in Detroit at Motor City Comic Con. is 20 years old and STILL flying high!

Windy City Double Feature Picture Show

Michael Vanderbilt

Vice Squad + Jaws Of The Dragon

This week Chicago film historians Adam Carston and Mike Vanderbilt look back at the Siskel & Ebert “Dog of the Week” double feature of VICE SQUAD (1982) and JAWS OF THE DRAGON (1974) that opened at the Woods Theater on January 22, 1982.

Podcast Cinema Italiano

Cinema Italiano

Podcast produzido pela página Cinema Italiano (do Facebook), tratando de filmografias de diretores importantes na história do cinema do país.

Those Who Can't Watch, Listen

Those Who Can't Watch, Listen

Welcome to "Those Who Can't Watch, Listen" - the podcast where one person who loves horror (that's Angie!) tells one who doesn't (that's Kelsey!) a detailed summary of exactly what happens in all kinds of popular horror films. Do you hate watching horror movies but want to know what happens in them? This is the podcast for you! Thanks for listening. (Or not!)

Eye of the Duck

Dom Nero and Adam Volerich

Let the Right One In (2008) with Caleb Soup (Scream!, Horror Soup)

Oskar and Eli forever! It's LET THE RIGHT ONE IN this week (original Swedish version, not remake!!!) and joining us to explore child vampires and all things Hoyte Van Hoytema is co-host of The Scream! Podcast and Horror Soup, Caleb Soup!References:
Hoyte van Hoytema in American Cinematographer 
Tomas Alfredson in Twitch
Tomas Alfredson in Huffington Post
Tomas Alfredson in Shock Till You Drop
Credits:Eye of the Duck is created, hosted, and produced, by Dom Nero and Adam Volerich.This episode was edited by AJ Fillari.Our intro song for Winter Hell is a mish mosh of soundtracks and dialogue clips that are pulled from horror films that take place in the frozen cold. Wendy Carlos and Rachel Elkind’s “Main Title” track for The Shining and Ennio Morricone’s composition for The Thing are the central themes you hear. The outro music is the ominous end credits song from The Shini

Space Waffles

The Geeky Waffle

Brought to you by the team behind The Geeky Waffle, Space Waffles is a podcast dedicated to all things Star Wars. From book reviews, to deep-dives and recaps, to exploring new corners of the galaxy, all with the signature Waffle humor.

Slums of Film History

Slate and Tom

Slums of Film History is an in-depth podcast on niche film topics that aren't normally discussed in polite company. We take turns weekly discussing a single topic from everything to bodily fluids to T&A to exploding heads. If there is a film subject too taboo we haven’t found it yet. Welcome.

Force Material: A Star Wars Podcast

Force Material: A Star Wars Podcast

Fett Finale: The Book of Boba Fett Chapter 7 Spoiler Discussion

It all comes to a head as we break down the final episode of The Book of Boba Fett (for now) and look ahead to what could be coming up in Season 2. Force Material is a podcast exploring the secrets and source material of Star Wars with hosts Rohan Williams and Baz McAlister. Listen and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, iHeartRadio, TuneIn, Stitcher, PlayerFM and Castro; stay in touch with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram; and support the show by browsing our range of shirts, hoodies, kids apparel, mugs and more at TeePublic.

Hollywood Golden Age Memories

Hollywood Golden Age Memories

Discussions about Hollywood’s Golden Age, and why it still matters today. Support this podcast:

Talking Bay 94: Star Wars Interviews

Star Wars

William C. Dietz: On Writing the DARK FORCES Trilogy

Today I'm talking to the legendary and wonderful William C. Dietz, who for Star Wars fans, wrote the Dark Forces trilogy of books. Beautifully illustrated and wonderfully told, these stories have truly stood the test of Star Wars time. From stealing the Death Star plans to the exploits of Kyle Katarn, Mr. Dietz has incredible tales and insights into creating these books and beyond. Find all of Mr. Dietz's books and more info on where to read them, at his official website: If you can leave a 5-star review of the show right here on your favorite podcast app, or on Podchaser: Transcripts of previous episodes are now available over at For more behind-the-scenes stuff, as well as a link to some of our other in-depth interviews, check out: Website: Twitter: Instagram:


Maureen Lee Lenker and Oriana Nudo

The Prize

Join us for Paul Newman's stab at a wrong man caper.

Speeding Bullitt: The Life and Films of Steve McQueen

Kelsy Norman

Episode 58 - Norman Jewison

Dr. Ira Wells, author of the 2021 book, Norman Jewison: A Director’s Life, joins me to talk about the Canadian filmmaker’s relationship with Steve McQueen, revealing details of a Western film Jewison had planned for “The King of Cool”.

VFX Artifacts

befores & afters

Phil Tippett on RoboCop's ED-209

In this episode of VFX Artifacts, Phil Tippett discusses the stop-motion character work for ED-209 in 'RoboCop'.

Deconstructing Disney

Rachel Casey, Erin Casey


Episode SummaryErin and Rachel travel to the (problematically) imaginary land of Agrabah to discuss Aladdin (1992), debating whether this film can overcome its staggering orientalism to be the diamond in the rough we’d all like it to be. Highlights include Robin Williams, Howard Ashman, and Ottoman Empire fashion. Episode BibliographyAddison, E. (1993). Saving other women from other men: Disney’s Aladdin. Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies, 11(31), 4–25.Aladdin. (n.d.). Wikipedia. Retrieved April 9, 2022, from (1992 Disney film). (n.d.). Wikipedia. Retrieved April 9, 2022, from, C. (2015, October 23). The Definitive Guide to Aladdin's Genie Impressions. Laser Time. Retrieved April 11, 2022, from, L. (2004). The righteousness of self-centered royals:

Time Warp Radio Presents: The Rocky Horror Picture Show Movie-by-Minute Podcast

Time Warp Radio: Rocky Horror Minute Pod

Episode 15: "MEANING"

Oh, you amazing, strange, wonderful, unusual Unconventional Conventionists... ?THANK YOU? for tuning your dial to Time Warp Radio, the Rocky Horror Picture Show Movie-by-Minute podcast, where with each seven minutes, we can make you a faaaa-aaa-aaaa—a-annnn!? This episode we are FINISHING THE MOVIE, analyzing minutes 01:36:51-01:40:06, and getting a very dreamlike and surreal ending to this mindf*** of a film. We establish what would be considered Rocky Horror's "theme song", we jump at the chance to do the Time Warp again, and Hayley and Katie finally get to ask each other: "What does Rocky Horror mean?" 
Become a Patron to join our monthly movie club and listen to our exclusive six-part mini-series "SCIENCE FICTION/DOUBLE FEATURE FRIDAY", as we further study the films referenced in the opening musical number!  
AND COMING NEXT: Time Warp Radio Presen

Der Herr der Ringe pro Minute

Manuel Pöppel, Martin Dold, Torben Klie

Falls du unser Projekt unterstützen möchtest: In diesem Podcast wird die Filmtrilogie „Der Herr der Ringe“ Minute für Minute analysiert. Neben dem Making-Of wird auch ganz tief der Bezug zum literarischen Werk von Autor J.R.R. Tolkien beleuchtet. Besucht uns auch bei Discord: Musik: Ben Hofer & Clara Anna Altmann

Well Good Movies

Fresh Take

The podcast with crazy challenges, big questions, and lively discussions all from people who love entertainment. We look back at history to choose what films go in our movie vault, as well as challenging ourselves, and our guests to the ever fun end-game! See for privacy and opt-out information.

Out of Oscar

James Kunovski

They Shoot Horses, Don't They & 1969 Best Picture w/ Sam Meltzer

This is the most a guest and myself have discussed a single year so far. They Shoot Horses is one of the better feel-bad movies of the 1960s. Sam & I absolutely love this film, even if it scarred me back in the day. Stick around to the end for some musings on Best Actress too!
Sam's Twitter: @SamTheParasite
Sam's Pod: @TODGTpodcast (And the Oscar Doesn't Go To)
Sam's Letterboxd: @sammeltzer
James' Twitter: @jimmykunovski | @outofoscarpod

The Kubrick Series

Jamey DuVall

The Kubrick Series Episode 6: Born to Kill

An exploration of Kubrick's seminal Vietnam War film with a panel of special guests including actors Matthew Modine and Vincent D'Onofrio, Kubrick's personal assistant Leon Vitali, cinematographer Douglas Milsome, journalist and author Tim Cahill, Vietnam veteran and film professor Harry Haines, film and philosophy professor Daniel Shaw. author Randy Rasmussen (Stanley Kubrick: 7 Films Analyzed), writer Jason Sanford, critics Glenn Kenny and Keith Uhlich, and a never-before-released interview with Kubrick himself. 
Access over 60 hours of bonus content by becoming a Patreon supporter of the series. Visit or for more details. 
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Stuck On Sorna

Hosted by Daniel Stephen

Let's celebrate the 20th anniversary of Jurassic Park 3 with a look back at the making of the film...

Ink & Paint: A Journey Through the Disney Animated Classics


The Black Cauldron Part 1

In the first part of our two-part look at one of the most notorious Disney animated features 'The Black Cauldron', Daniel is joined by Dr Simon Rodway, lecturer in the Department of Welsh and Celtic Studies at Aberystwyth University, to discuss the film’s relationship with Welsh mythology and the stories of the Mabinogion.
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Daughters of Darkness

Kat Ellinger

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Miss Osbourne

Kat and Samm return to talk about Walerian Borowczyk's transgressive take on Robert Louis Stevenson's classic Gothic tale of duality, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, exploring one of the most perverse and empowering adaptations of the tale.

Inside the Box: The TV History Podcast

Inside the Box: The TV History Podcast

Inside the Box: The TV History podcast discusses a particular era, innovation, trend, or program and spends an episode discussing it. Hosted by Jonathan Bullinger, Andrew Salvati, and Steve Voorhees, they apply their scholarly work in media studies to provide the history of TV, critique it at times, and just try to have some fun as they explore inside the box. Be sure to also check our supplementary content that accompany each episode on our home page

The 52 Weeks of Christmas Podcast

Pod Clubhouse

Every week, Caroline and Mike from Pod Clubhouse will watch, review, discuss, and analyze a different Christmas movie. Some will be classics, some will be favorites, some might not actually be very good movies, but ALL will be Christmas movies. What about when the Christmas spirit has gone with last year's tree? They will. But will they still talk about Christmas movies in July? Yep. They will. Tune in and jingle out with the jolliest bunch of podcasters this side of the nuthouse!

Phil At The Movies

Phil Walsh

A Bimonthly podcast dedicated to the movies. Entertaining monologues, fun discussions, thought-provoking analysis. This is a show for the movie lover in all of us.

The Joy of Star Wars

The Joy of Star Wars

A Star Wars podcast that looks at how real-world history ties in with our favourite space saga. The show combines a true passion for Star Wars with a deep love of history. Hosted by Simon, Steele and Vaughn.

I Have The High Ground

Tripod Broadcasting

Join Aaron, Rick and Brett as they explore the cool things in entertainment media. We talk a lot of Star Wars, but we'll give our thoughts on a variety of franchises. We're three guys that have different takes but we have one goal: to bring you the themes, scenes, and characters we think are awesome.

Around the World in 80s Movies

Vince Leo

Psycho III (1986) | Anthony Perkins

The events of Psycho III take place not long after Psycho II, as Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins), still the sole caretaker of the Bates Motel, ends up hiring a temporary new assistant in the wily rogue musician who goes by the name of Duane Duke (Jeff Fahey). He also has a new patron staying in cabin #1, a spiritually faltering (and suicidal) former nun with an uncanny resemblance, not to mention the same initials, of victim Marion Crane, Maureen Coyle (Diana Scarwid). Norman is intensely attracted to Maureen, and the feeling is perhaps mutual, but with jealous Mother Bates always dictating Norman's actions, that doesn't bode well for her longevity. Meanwhile, tenacious reporter Tracy Venable (Tracy Maxwell) is trying to discover the whereabouts of a missing woman and is sure that she must have met her fate with Norman, though Sheriff Hunt (Hugh Gillin) thinks it another case of people just out to pick on poor Norman for his past transgress

Decades of Horror | Movie Reviews of 1970s Classic Horror Films

Doc Rotten and The Black Saint

BLOOD FOR DRACULA (1974) – Episode 158 – Decades of Horror 1970s

“The blood of these whores is killing me.” Why don’t you have a salad instead? If only they have the right vegetables. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Doc Rotten, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they finally fulfill their dream of seeing Blood for Dracula (1974), aka Andy Warhol’s Dracula! Decades […]

Psyop Cinema

Thomas Millary

The Aesthetics of the Sacred, Spiritual Warfare, and Kumare (with Owen Cyclops)

A lengthy conversation with the artist Owen Cyclops, with topics including his perspective on spiritual warfare, the relationship between truth and beauty, and the fascinating documentary Kumare.

Disney One-by-One


Mike's Trip to Disney World!

Mike was recently a guest on the Be Our Guest Podcast. Check out that show for all of your Disney World trip planning needs!

For more about our show, visit, and check us out on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @Disney1x1.

Cinema in Seconds

Ian & Daniel

A movie podcast where we celebrate the small moments in great films.

Steve Rubin’s Saturday Night At The Movies

Steve Rubin

Welcome To Saturday Night At The Movies With Steven Jay Rubin! The podcast that celebrates film past present and future!

A Year in Film: A Hollywood Suite Podcast

Hollywood Suite

2005 — Noroi: The Curse & The Descent: Underground Horror (feat. Trevor Henderson)

Dive deep on early 2000s horror as Becky, Cam and special guest Trevor Henderson dare to revisit British creature feature The Descent and Japanese found footage fest Noroi: The Curse. Trevor Henderson is an illustrator and writer based in Toronto, Canada. He graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Design in 2010, and has been making ghosts and monsters ever since. He loves to create horrific online urban legends, ghost photos, and depictions of horrific cryptids for various clients. See for privacy and opt-out information.

History in Technicolour

David Crowther and Wolf O'Neill

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). See for privacy and opt-out information.

Life of Coco Chanel


In the podcast, we'll talk about the life of Coco Chanel and what all we can learn from it.

The Midnight Myth Podcast

Derek Jones and Laurel Hostak

Coming Soon: Sleep & Sorcery | A Folklore & Fantasy-Inspired Sleep Series

Coming in spring of 2022, Sleep & Sorcery is a folklore and fantasy-inspired sleep series from the co-creator of The Midnight Myth Podcast. Step across the threshold into a world of myth and magic, where you can safely drift off into a deep and comfortable sleep. Sleep & Sorcery is one part bedtime story, one part guided meditation, and one part dreamy adventure.
My name is Laurel, and I’ll be your guide on infinite fantastical journeys. On each episode of Sleep & Sorcery, I’ll whisk you away to a far-off time and place. Visit a cozy cottage in the mythical village of Slumbershire, where you’ll share a cup of tea with old friends, reminiscing on your past adventures to misty mountains and elven halls. Travel through the mysterious forests of Bohemia, encountering fairy tale creatures and exploring gothic churches. Go back in time to the court of King Arthur and embark on a medi

Failure to Franchise

Trev & Chris

Episode Thirty-Six - Robin Hood (2010)

Happy New Year! We're kicking off 2022 by sharing with you our "New Year's Robin-lutions," looking at two of Hollywood's many attempts to adapt the classic legend of Robin Hood. First up, the 2010 film, which - despite one of the most baffling pre-production journeys in film history - still seem poised for big things, as the reunion of Gladiator director and star Ridley Scott and Russell Crowe in a similar big-budget historical action drama. So, uh...what the heck happened??  Our Twitter Our Facebook Our Instagram Our YouTube Trev's Letterboxd Chris' Letterboxd

The Cobwebs Podcast

Daniel Epler

Welcome to Cobwebs! This is the podcast that dusts off Classic Cinema, Gothic Horror, and Cult Movies to see what they have to offer today. From Technicolor masterpieces to black & white B-movies, this is the place that loves vintage film.