TV & Film Category
Welcome to The Un-Titled Movie Podcast With Ron and Craig, a show where two life-long best buddies shoot the poop about some of their most beloved flicks. Fueled by twenty-something years of friendship, a combined sixty years of watching too many flicks, and a love of all things pop culture and cult movie, the guys get together every episode to give you the lowdown on some of cinema’s gems, both forgotten and famous. They spit trivia, wax nostalgic, and answer all the tough questions that no podcast with a real title ever could! Does Arnold Schwarzenegger know how cars work? Is Captain Ron just Snake Plissken in disguise? Will the guys ever come up with a title and theme song? Find out the answers to these questions and more!
THE LEGION PODCAST
Legion is many things: trippy, creative, romantic, dark, fresh, exciting, beautifully crafted, and fun, and we're thrilled to dive deep in and get crazy with it! Join Jason and Rima of Podcastica and A.Ron of Bald Move on this journey into madness.... Contact: email@example.com
Educating Jeremy is a movie podcast hosted by Jeremy from Podcasts We Listen To and Deana Marie from TwistedPhilly. Deana Marie (forces) asks Jeremy to watch movies he's never seen but she loves. They discuss what they liked about the films, what he didn't like and occasionally there's a throat punch reference somewhere in between. Jeremy and Deana Marie discuss all genres of movies - horror, science fiction, action, etc. If you love movies and hosts who have fun smack talking each other, then you'll love Educating Jeremy!
VINCE RUSSO'S THE BRAND
The official podcast of Vince Russo, controversial former head writer of WWE/WCW/TNA! Now host of his own show at the RelmNetwork.com. The Brand, with unpredictable and fresh content including: interviews with superstars in sports and entertainment, episode by episode pro-wrestling reviews and much more!
YOU HAVEN'T SEEN WHAT? / CRIME FILES MOVIE PODCAST
A married couple's quest to rectify the wrongs of their partner never seeing culturally relevant movies. (Mostly 1980s, but we dabble in other decades.) The Crime Files specifically examines crime movies and their impact upon societal perceptions of law enforcement.