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Convicted Cinephiles... From the brain of a self-proclaimed movie "addict" (because junkie is such a harsh term, am I right?) The League of Manchildren creator, Steve Stebbing and his hosts Matty and Michaela present a brash, informed and often funny approach to movies in this podcast. If it's a crime to know too much about film, they are serving a life sentence.
 
Movie podcast released every Monday. Full episodes have six parts to it: Slashtag Configuration: Review of a newly released film, Kicking and Streaming: movie and/or television recommendations from popular streaming services, Secular Insanity: another movie review (old or new), The Shortest Straw: short film review, Schrody's Ladder: Wild Card segment (anything goes), Ceno6: a Top 6 list of any theme we choose. Our "Cinebites," are single segment mini-episodes.
 
PETITS SECRETS ENTRE CINÉPHILESFlorent Mounier vous propose sur CinéMaRadio les petits secrets des coulisses des grands (ou moins grands) films...C'est le rendez-vous des curiosités cinématographiques. ÉCOUTE-NOUS SUR YOUTUBE :Rendez-vous sur notre page YouTube, abonne-toi et clique sur l’émission qui t'intéresse : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdp3TMvlaVvoU8vks6Y8tmQÉCOUTE-NOUS SUR ITUNES :Dans iTunes, rendez-vous dans la section Store puis utilise le champ Recherche en haut à droite et ...
 
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Superhero Cinephiles continues to celebrate the life of the better half of its host. In this special episode, Perry is joined by Thomas Deja, who hosted the Better in the Dark podcast with Derrick for seven years. They share their memories and stories of Derrick, what they loved about him, and how we can all honor his memory. If you would like to s…
 
Double Dario Madness has arrived! On this episode we will be discussing two stone cold classics from Italian horror maestro Dario Argento: “Deep Red” and “Suspiria”. If you want to follow along with the podcast, the next episode is going to feature 2000’s feminist horror! We will be discussing “Ginger Snaps” and “Drag Me to Hell”.Send an email with…
 
Derrick Ferguson passed away on April 4, 2021. Perry shares some of his thoughts and memories of his friend and co-host. If you would like to share your own memories of Derrick, please send audio and/or video recordings to superherocinephiles@gmail.com. We are currently unaware of any funds or memorials set up in Derrick's name, but will pass on th…
 
If we were hopping on the film discourse flavor of the month, we would be reviewing “Zack Snyder’s Justice League” this episode. But you know what? We have too much respect for ourselves, and a whole lot of disrespect for that hack Zack. Therefore, we are taking the opportunity to do a retro review of one of cinema’s all-time classics: Alfred Hitch…
 
Welcome Vampires! You can come (cum?) on in, because we love bloodsuckers around these parts. Join us for a double feature of two vampire flicks: "Once Bitten" starring Jim Carrey, and the Swedish modern masterpiece "Let the Right One In". If you want to follow along with the podcast, the next episode is going to be Double Dario Mania! We will be d…
 
We've had some scheduling difficulties this week, so even though we've both seen Zack Snyder's Justice League, we haven't had a chance to sit down and talk about it. So instead, we're re-broadcasting our episode discussing the theatrical cut of Justice League. Listen again to prepare yourself for our upcoming discussion of the Snyder Cut! ★ Support…
 
The featured review on this episode has been long-anticipated by the Cream Team. Now that “Nomadland” has finally hit Hulu, we got the opportunity to watch and discuss the buzzy new film from writer/director Chloe Zhao. So where did we land on it? Should we just give the Academy Award to Frances McDormand now, or what? Hope you enjoy this one.0:00 …
 
Now that WandaVision is complete, we revisit the film that introduced the Vision and Scarlet Witch. We talk about why even though many consider it the redheaded stepchild of the Avengers films, we both love it. We praise James Spader's underrated performance, discuss how Hawkeye is the glue of the Avengers, and explain why we think Aaron Taylor Joh…
 
Which would you rather fight: five Saint Bernard sized sheep, or one sheep-sized Saint Bernard? Wait...how big are sheep? Are Saint Bernards bigger than sheep? Hmm...welp, anyway, this week we're talking about KILLER ANIMALS! Join us for a double feature of "Cujo" and "Black Sheep" (2006). If you want to follow along with the podcast, the next epis…
 
With the Snyder Cut release upon us, we look back at the Ultimate Edition of Batman v Superman and find it's still pretty much as terrible as the theatrical cut. From everyone in this movie being a total asshole to the plot holes and the head-scratchingly bizarre portrayal of Lex Luthor, the only real bright spots are Ben Affleck, Jeremy Irons, and…
 
Batman Ninja is an anime take on the Dark Knight in feudal Japan and it was met with near-universal acclaim. We did not feel the same. While there were things we liked about the movie, ultimately it felt like a lot of poor storytelling by people who have never read a Batman comic matched with some pretty visuals. Buy or rent this movie on Amazon Th…
 
We’re back after a long delay! We’ve got two featured reviews for you this time around: “Judas and the Black Messiah” as well as “In & Of Itself”. After that, stick around to hear about what else we’ve been watching post-Cram Jam.0:00 – Introductions9:46 – “Judas and the Black Messiah” Review41:40 – “In & Of Itself” Review1:14:27 – What We’ve Been …
 
Our black superhero spotlight ends on a high note when we watch Guillermo Del Toro's pitch-perfect Blade II. There's not a lot we don't discuss, from the wonderful direction to the performances with special emphasis on Snipes, Perlman, and Kristofferson, and why Marvel can't seem to make Blade work in the comics. All this, plus we talk about the on…
 
Yeah, you read that right. We're actually watching Steel, the 1997 film that makes Batman & Robin seem like The Dark Knight. And it's every bit as bad as we remember. From how Shaq is the least intimidating guy in this movie, to the floppy rubber suit, and the most stereotypical black kid ever, all of it will feel our wrath. Buy or rent this movie …
 
Our black superhero spotlight continues as we watch Project Power, the recent superhero film from Netflix. There's a new drug on the streets of New Orleans called Power, which gives users superhuman abilities for five minutes. Although billed as a Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon-Levitt movie, the real star is Dominique Fishback's performance as aspiri…
 
What's scarier than the year 2020? Nothing, that's why we're going to catch up with two horror films released in that horrible, horrible year. Join us for a discussion of "She Dies Tomorrow" and "Rent-A-Pal", both available to stream on Hulu. If you want to follow along with the podcast, the next episode is going to cover a pair of films featuring …
 
Our annual spotlight on black superhero movies returns by spotlighting a black superhero movie you've probably never heard of. Perry and Derrick discuss 2016's Sleight, which has shades of Unbreakable and some truly memorable performances, including a side of Dulé Hill that surprised them both. This episode is sponsored by Audible, where you can li…
 
We did it. We survived 2020 somehow, and now we’re here to run down our favorite films of the year. Join us for a roundtable discussion as we run through our individual Top 10 lists of the year, and stick around to the end where we announce the nominees and winners for our prestigious and coveted awards. Much love to everyone who has been with us s…
 
Wonder Woman 1984 has debuted on HBO Max and we can't really understand why Patty Jenkins would set this in the 80s and then not really use the era to her advantage. We also have comments about Pedro Pascal's Trumpian Maxwell Lord and critiques about a bunch of choices made in this movie. But it's not all bad—we've got some positive thoughts about …
 
In a belated Christmas gift, Derrick picked Deadpool 2 for this week. We talk about why we think this is an improvement on the first film, address the issue of fridging Vanessa, and praise the character interactions. On another note, we also discuss the current controversy over the Punisher's logo. Now when can we get Zazie Beetz in a Domino movie?…
 
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DEEEEEAAATH (screamed over top of buzzsaw guitars and a blast beat). The theme of this episode is horror films involving, you guessed it, sex! If you commit the sexy crime, you do the time....meaning no more time, you dead. We discuss the films "It Follows" and "Shivers" If you want to follow along with the podcast, the next ep…
 
December is over, but Trancember still has two films to go! (Or one and a half, depending how you look at it.) Join Evelyn and Erynn as we look at an attempted new chapter in the series, a forgotten side story, and look back at the series as a whole, along with its potential future. Also Robert Davi, and he wasn't even IN these movies... Welcome to…
 
New year, same ol’ Cream Team. The gang is back together in 2021 to discuss two Christmas Day releases: the DCU (DCCU?) superhero film “Wonder Woman 1984”, and the new animated feature from Pixar, “Soul”. One is good, one is bad. If you’re on the internet you probably know which is which, but that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying this absolute bang…
 
We had some unexpected technical difficulties this week so we weren't able to record a new episode. Instead, since our next movie is Deadpool 2, we decided to rebroadcast episode 9 where we covered the first Deadpool movie. Enjoy and we'll be back soon with our episode on Deadpool 2! Buy or rent this movie at the film's website This episode is spon…
 
For our first documentary, we talk about The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened. For those who don't know, an adaptation of The Death of Superman story called Superman Lives was supposed to be directed by Tim Burton and feature Nicolas Cage, but after a long and torturous production, the plug was pulled. This documentary goes into the movie's d…
 
We wish you a scary Christmas, and a crappy new year! Join us as we dig into two holiday screamers: the zombie Christmas musical "Anna and the Apocalypse" and the cult classic Santa slasher, "Silent Night, Deadly Night". If you want to follow along with the podcast, the theme next episode is STD: Sexually Transmitted Death. We're going to be coveri…
 
Our 50th podcast episode and first video episode! We watch The Avengers together and provide commentary as we go. Cue up the movie and watch along with us! Buy or rent this movie on Amazon This episode is sponsored by Audible, where you can listen to thousands of audiobooks, podcasts, and original content. Get a free audiobook and two free Audible …
 
Gobble gobble motherfudgers! Here in America it’s the time of year where we celebrate our white-washed historical account of colonization and genocide, so we can be thankful. Or something. To commemorate the occasion we have a double feature of Thanksgiving horror flicks: the turkey slasher “ThanksKilling” and “Pilgrim”, which is part of Hulu’s hol…
 
What’s up losers. We’ve got a triple feature for you this week! Check out featured reviews of “Sound of Metal”, the new David Fincher film “Mank”, and the Hulu thriller starring Sarah Paulson, “Run”. Also, hope you like video games, because the intro is chock full of PS5 impressions. Stick around to the end to catch up with what we’ve been watching…
 
With our big fiftieth episode just around the corner, we chose to watch the movie that started the MCU and helped reinvigorate the superhero genre—2008's Iron Man! Looking back, we reflect on how much of a surprise some of the casting choices were and how nobody expected Iron Man to be the lynchpin of the Marvel Universe. Buy or rent this movie on …
 
With all the delays and reshoots, Josh Boone's New Mutants may be the most cursed superhero movie to date. But now that it's finally on VOD, we gave it a watch and found it to be better than we expected, though not without its flaws. On the good, there's the cast of young actors (particularly Anya Taylor-Joy) and on the bad, there are some question…
 
This one is for all you ghostheads out there. Travis picked the double feature this episode, and he went with a pairing of dead-ass ghost family films. Enjoy our discussions of "The Others" and "Marrowbone". If you want to follow along with the podcast, next episode is a Thanksgiving extravaganza! We're going to be covering "ThanksKilling" and the …
 
Want a good movie to pair with Brightburn? Derrick's got the perfect suggestion for you—2012's Chronicle, the movie that launched Michael B. Jordan to the top of people's watchlist. We take out our frustrations on the "found footage" technique, explain why Max Landis is a piece of shit, and wonder just how suits watched this movie and then said, "J…
 
We’re back with another episode, and this week we’re discussing the sophomore film from Brandon Cronenberg, “Possessor”. He has the yuck in his genes from his father, but does this film fuck, or suck? You’ll have to listen to the review to find out. Stick around for the second half to catch up on what we’ve been watching.0:00 – Introductions8:44 – …
 
After spending many digressions in past episodes talking about it, we finally sit down and watch Justice League. Despite being a movie that pretty much satisfied no one, there are still things we found to like—such as (most) of the cast and the action scenes. But we also go into the things where it missed the mark. Buy or rent this movie on Amazon …
 
On this episode, we have a conversation with indie film maker, Michael Reich, and chat about his latest film, She's Allergic to Cats. IMDb Trailer SOCIAL MEDIA Website: www.nekkomedia.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/cinecal_mass Instagram: https://instagram.com/cinecal_mass Tumblr: https://cinephiles-cenobites.tumblr.com Facebook: https://facebook…
 
In this episode, we discuss the very funny, very entertaining, very over-the-top Kick-Ass! They talk about their thoughts on Mark Millar adaptations in general, rave about the performances (especially Nicolas Cage and Mark Strong), and discuss how this movie takes you from the mundane to the insane without you even realizing it. Buy or rent this mo…
 
Scream If You Can Tell Which Scary Movies We Cover In This Episode! It was Paris's turn to choose the double feature, and she went with a meta slasher theme! If you want to follow along with these episodes, in two weeks we're going to be recording a double feature of "The Others" and "Marrowbone".Send an email with double feature suggestions, feedb…
 
Just a little after Halloween, we've got a horror-themed superhero movie for you to check out. What if Superman wasn't a wholesome farmboy but instead a twisted little bastard? That's the concept behind Brightburn, the movie we discuss. We gush over Elizabeth Banks, talk about the way this movie blends the horror and superhero genres together, and …
 
Very nice! Original crew of Matt, Tom and Travis back to make critical view of new movie film from funnyman legend Sasha Baron Cohen. Did movie make poop of pants from laughing, or are we bunch of snowflake vagines? Listen to voices of us officials to find out!0:00 – Introductions14:21 – “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” Spoiler-Free Review34:25 – “Bora…
 
A couple of episodes ago, we talked Ang Lee’s Hulk. So what better choice this week than its successor, the 2008 semi-sequel The Incredible Hulk? We compare it to Lee’s version, talk about the things that set it apart, and about how it’s the redheaded step-child of the MCU. Also: we react to the news that Jared Leto is returning as the Joker in Sny…
 
Howdy partners! We've got some hillbilly horror for you this week as we visit with "Wrong Turn" and the 2006 remake of "The Hills Have Eyes". If you want to watch/listen along, our next double feature in TWO WEEKS is going to be "Halloween (1978)" and "Trick R Treat". Watch and join the discussion!Send an email with double feature suggestions, feed…
 
Tom is out again this week, but we’re joined by the lovely Paris to review the new Adam Sandler comedy on Netflix, “Hubie Halloween”. How does it stack up against recent output from the Sandman? Is it going to become a classic holiday staple? You probably already know the answer to that, but listen to find out!0:00 – Introductions12:24 – “Hubie Hal…
 
Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse is probably the only superhero movie that everyone loves, even Derrick (who doesn't really like Spider-Man). We talk about the wonderful voice acting, the stellar animation, the seemingly simple yet actually complex storytelling, and about how this is a movie people will watch over and over again. Buy or rent this …
 
Ang Lee's Hulk was pretty much despised by everyone when it came out—except our hosts. Perry and Derrick dive into why they like this unappreciated gem of superhero cinema, address the clear flaws it has, and how it's aged over time and influenced other superhero movies since. But one thing we can all agree on—that climax was incomprehensible. Buy …
 
Hello you spooky pieces of shit! We're back with another DIE!gest, and Travis picked the double feature this episode. He must be watching too much PornHub lately, because he had sisters on the mind with these picks. That's right, FOUR sisters total between these two movies. Hope you're in the mood for some creepy girls! If you want to watch/listen …
 
When Constantine starring Keanu Reeves came out, fans of the character were pissed because of how different it was from the comics. But in retrospect, it's actually a pretty damn good movie. We talk Keanu's career, Derrick's thoughts on Shia LaBeouf, and Peter Stormare's take on Lucifer. Buy or rent this movie on Amazon. This episode is sponsored b…
 
Frank Miller's take on The Spirit opens with Gabriel Macht and Samuel L. Jackson fighting in a pool of literal crap...and that's really the perfect metaphor for this movie. It's the first film the guys review that they hate, and Perry swears to one day make Derrick pay for forcing him to watch it. Buy or rent this movie on Amazon (if you hate yours…
 
The gang is back together to talk some Devil shit, just as Dog intended. The featured review this week is Netflix original “The Devil All the Time”, starring Spider-Man, Batman AND Bucky “Who Gives a Fuck” Barnes. Crazy. Are we going to be worshipping at the altar of Satan, or running for the hills to escape? Listen to find out.0:00 – Introductions…
 
They say the book is always better than the movie, but that’s definitely NOT the case with Captain America: Civil War. Perry and Derrick go in-depth into all the amazing character dynamics, the introductions of Black Panther and Spider-Man into the MCU, one of the best villains yet, and—of course—the big-ass airport fight scene! Buy or rent Captain…
 
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