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Superhero Cinephiles

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Superhero Cinephiles

Perry Constantine and Derrick Ferguson (Host Emeritus)

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Author and comic book fan Perry Constantine is your guide into the world of superhero film and TV! In each episode, Perry and a guest tackle a different movie or TV show and go into detail about what works and what doesn't, trying to focus on the stuff they enjoy as opposed to ranting about the stuff they hate.
 
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Convicted Cinephiles

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Convicted Cinephiles

The League Of Manchildren

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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.
 
Welcome to The Cinephile’s Corner. My name is Kunj Mistry and I’ll be your host for this show. Watching films has always been an ardent desire of mine. I started this podcast to share the joy that I experience while watching cinema. My aim is to NOT review movies but simply discuss those that leave an impression on me. Releasing fresh episodes every Saturday. Instagram : @thecinephilescorner Twitter : @thecinepcorner
 
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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In the 101st episode, Perry welcomes new guest Shane Rogers of the Midnight Facts for Insomniacs podcast to talk about Paul Verhoeven's groundbreaking RoboCop! We discuss the satirical nature of the film and how relevant it still is 35 years after its release, how well most of the effects hold up, some of the great performances including Peter Well…
 
Bob Egghead is back, baby! It’s just Matt and Travis running the show this week for our review of Robert Eggers’ third feature film, “The Northman”. One of us is a huge egghead, and the other is more of an egg-mirer. Does this one move the needle in the other direction for either of us? And of course you gotta stick around to the end to catch up wi…
 
100 episodes! For such a big milestone, we're discussing the biggest superhero movie ever made—Avengers: Endgame! Perry is joined once again by one of the biggest Avengers fans around, Van Allen Plexico of the White Rocket Podcast and AvengersAssemble.net. Buy or rent this movie on Amazon to support us Leave a voice message to play on the show Supp…
 
There are many bad movies that Perry has watched for this show and come away with something positive to say. That's not the case with today's pick. Will Short of the Days Past Tooncast (and an old friend from Perry and Derrick's fanfic days) comes on to discuss CBS' failed 1997 Justice League of America pilot. And whether you're a Snyder fan or a S…
 
Anthony Desiato of the Digging For Kryptonite podcast is the guest in this episode to discuss the much-maligned Spider-Man 3. Though it's got definite issues, both he and Perry have found aspects of it that turned out better than expected in retrospect. Especially when the slightly altered Editor's Cut is taken into consideration. Help us out by bu…
 
Regular guest Adam Lance Garcia is back again to discuss a movie that he and Perry used to argue about years ago, and that's Man of Steel. Over time, both of their views have shifted slightly. Listen to see what they think of it almost ten years after its release. Listen to The Green Lama audio drama on Apple Podcasts Help us out by buying or renti…
 
Perry's long said that Iron Man 3 is the only MCU film he dislikes, and now he's going to have that challenged. Professors Sy Islam and Gordon Schmidt are the guests in this episode to talk about their book, Leaders Assemble: Leadership in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and also for an in-depth discussion about Iron Man 3. We discuss the legacy of …
 
Demond Thompson of the Demond Does and Disputed podcasts makes his long-discussed return to the show for a chat about Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker. We talk about the controversy surrounding the film's initial release, the Batman Beyond series in general, and other related Bat-topics. Check out Demond's links Leave a voice message to play on t…
 
In this episode, we visit the rare Marvel property that Perry has no real familiarity with. Patrick Lagua of the Krakoan Exports and E For Evolution podcasts returns for a discussion of Eternals, while also providing some related information on the comics. We talk about the few things in the movie that work really well...and then everything else. L…
 
For the hundredth episode, I'd like to hear from the listeners. Please submit any questions about the show or superhero cinema, comments, your favorite moments or episodes of the show to date, things you'd like to see on the show in the future, or anything else related to superhero movies and TV. You can leave a voice message to be played on the sh…
 
“A Star is Born” may be the title of a shit movie starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, BUT it’s not a shit theme for the double feature this episode. Join us this week for a discussion of two horror films featuring young starlets looking to make it big in their respective fields in Hollywood, only to find out…shit is fucked up. Those films would …
 
Pulp author John Bruening is back to discuss another pulp hero. In this episode, we look at 1998's The Mask of Zorro directed by Martin Campbell. We talk about everything this film gets right, especially the wonderful performances from Antonio Banderas, Anthony Hopkins, and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Leave us a voice message to play on the show --- Send…
 
John Bracich is back to discuss one of the biggest movies sweeping the world right now—The Batman! We talk about how it works on so many levels, how great it is to finally see the detective side of Batman represented in a live-action film, Perry's biggest contention with the movie, and where things could go moving forward with Battinson and co. WAR…
 
Adam Lance Garcia returns to discuss Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, which both he and Perry agree is one of the greatest Batman movies ever made. Adam is also the creator of The Green Lama superhero audio drama, which just completed its first season, and he and Perry talk a lot about the series and the background behind it.--- Send in a voice messag…
 
Fantastic news listeners! We would love to take this opportunity to congratulate Tom and his wife Sarah on welcoming their second child into the world! While Tom is on paternity leave (get real, he’s probably playing Elden Ring), we tapped into the Cinephile’s Digest rogue’s gallery to find an awesome guest for this huge episode. Kyle from the Suds…
 
What do you get when you put the Dark Knight in a 70s-themed, kung fu setting? You get Batman: Soul of the Dragon, complete with stand-ins for Bruce Lee and Jim Kelly! Stacy Dooks of the Fanboy Power Hour podcast is back to discuss one of the latest and most-interesting of DC's animated offerings.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/super…
 
Kelen "B-Hyphen" Conley is back in the seat to discuss the second half of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. In this episode, he and Perry talk about Sharon Carter's development, the wobbly elements of the show's latter three episodes, the significance of Sam taking on the Captain America mantle, and where these characters could go from here.--- Se…
 
We already know if you listen to this podcast you’re a sicko, but this episode is for the real SICKOS out there. The utterly debased mfers out there. Join us for an in-depth discussion of two ultra-violent films from Japanese provocateur Takashi Miike, “Ichi the Killer” and “Audition”. If you want to follow along with the podcast, next episode the …
 
In celebration of Black History Month, Kelen "B-Hyphen" Conley returns to the show for another double-feature. This time, he and Perry discuss the first three episodes of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. We talk about its origins in The Truth: Red, White and Black comic, the return of familiar villains like Batroc and Baron Zemo, and Wyatt Russel…
 
For one of the biggest Avengers movies ever, it's only fitting that Perry is joined by one of the biggest Avengers fans ever. Van Allen Plexico—superhero and science fiction novelist, fellow podcaster, and founder of AvengersAssemble.net—returns to the show to talk about Infinity War. We discuss how much of a milestone the film was, the fun of seei…
 
We're back and ready to talk about superhero movies! In this episode, Perry is joined by Jessica Fong of Comic Book Resources to watch and chat about Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. While Perry provides the comic book background, Jessica comes at the film from the perspective of an Asian American and a fan of wuxia and Chinese cinema. Yo…
 
The time has come for the best episode of the year, and we have a very special guest. DIE!gest co-host Paris joins us for a roundtable discussion as we run through our individual top 10 movies of the year. 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 wi…
 
We're back again with that WAP (whack ass podcast) to talk about Megan THEE Fox. That's right, this one is all about Megan Fox, and we're talkin' about "Jennifer's Body" and "Till Death". This one is HUGE. If you want to follow along with the podcast, next episode will be a pair of films from Japanese director Takashi Miike. We will be discussing “…
 
We’re over the 100-episode hump, and back to our regular scheduled programming! The gang assembles to talk about “The Matrix Resurrections”, and let’s just say opinions are all over the place on this one. Hope you enjoy it.EDITOR’S NOTE: you will notice a clip is introduced before The Matrix Resurrections, and there’s no clip. Ran into some technic…
 
The Spidey celebration for No Way Home continues! Though we're on hiatus, have another listen to Kelen Conley's discussion with Perry about the first Andrew Garfield Spidey film.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/superherocinephiles/messageโดย Perry Constantine
 
We're on hiatus until after the New Year, but to celebrate Spider-Man: No Way Home, listen to our spotlight on the first multiversal Spider-Man film, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/superherocinephiles/messageโดย Perry Constantine
 
Before the superhero cinema boom, there was a smaller trend in the 90s of translating pulp characters into film and TV. This week, Perry is joined by pulp author John Bruening to discuss The Phantom, a kind of bridge character between the pulps and superheroes. The movie's not as bad as you may have heard, but it's not without its flaws.--- Send in…
 
Before Josh Trank and before Tim Story, the legendary Roger Corman produced the first Fantastic Four film, but was paid to never release it. Now only existing in bootleg copies, Doomed! tells the story of how that film came to be and why it was suppressed for so long. Gordon Dymowski is back to discuss this documentary about the forgotten Fantastic…
 
Look, this one is simple. It's about dolls/puppets. Join us for a double feature review of James Wan's "Dead Silence" and the 2018 British horror film "Possum". If you want to follow along with the podcast, next episode will be all about Megan THEE Fox. We will be discussing “Jennifer's Body” and “Till Death”.Send an email with double feature sugge…
 
Superman IV: The Quest For Peace is considered to be the worst Superman film, but returning guest Liam Carrigan is on a mission to defend it as being not as bad as people remember. And Perry takes him up on that challenge with some interesting results.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/superherocinephiles/message…
 
2000's X-Men was not the first live-action X-Men film. In 1996, Fox attempted to launch a Generation X TV show based on this made-for-TV movie. Amidst the weird use of Dutch angles, the very low budget, and some really bad acting, there are some interesting things in this film, like the best live-action portrayal of Emma Frost and Banshee yet. Perr…
 
The big one is finally here. Sorry to leave you hanging, but the gang is finally back to count down our favorite 30 movies ever! All of your burning questions will be answered, such as how many LOTR films will be in Tom’s Top 10? How many Charlie Kaufman flicks make Matt’s list? And will sourpuss Travis have ANY comedies make the cut, or is it all …
 
After the one-two punch of X-Men: The Last Stand and X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Fox's X-Men series got a shot in the arm thanks to Matthew Vaughn's Cold War take on the mutants in X-Men: First Class. Looking back on it, there are some oddities about it amidst a lot of good. Justin and Alicia of The X-Wife Podcast bring their X-knowledge and passion …
 
What if there was a superhero parody before superhero movies were big enough to be parodied? Well, that's exactly what happened in 1999 with Mystery Men. Despite having pretty big comedic names like Ben Stiller, Janeane Garofalo, and Hank Azaria attached, it's a movie that's probably not remembered by most. Michael Hale of the KMP Podcast is the gu…
 
Author Bobby Nash joins the podcast to discuss what many consider to be the crown jewel of the MCU—Captain America: The Winter Soldier. As to be expected with two writers, we dive deep into the characterization aspects of this film and the heavy themes it deals with that are even more relevant today than when this movie came out.--- Send in a voice…
 
All-Star Superman is regarded by many as the greatest Superman story ever published, so to discuss the animated adaptation, Perry is joined by Superman expert (and his former teacher) Bernie Gerstmayr. Listen for a discussion of how the film stacks up against the comic and larger discussions about who Superman is and why he's an important character…
 
Big meets superheroes in Shazam!, the subject of this episode's discussion. Perry is joined once again by John Bracich to give a brief discussion of the history of Captain Marvel/Shazam, and how this movie managed to perfectly capture the feeling every kid has of wanting to transform into a superhero.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/s…
 
Finally, the episode you’ve all been waiting for! And by all of you, we mean co-host/cult leader Travis Cospaulos and his followers, AKA the Mandy Minions. Join us for a deep dive into both feature films from director Panos Cosmatos: “Mandy” starring Nic Cage, and his sci-fi horror debut “Beyond the Black Rainbow”. If you want to follow along with …
 
There have been a lot of animated Justice League movies, and in this episode Perry is joined by author Gordon Dymowski to discuss one of the oddest ones of all. Justice League: Gods and Monsters featured Bruce Timm's return to the DC characters, except this Justice League is composed of General Zod's son, Kirk Langstrom, and Bekka of the Fourth Wor…
 
We're rapidly approaching our 100th episode of the show! In order to celebrate the milestone, the gang has assembled personal Top 100 lists, and we will be counting down our picks over the next several episodes. This was supposed to culminate with our 100th episode being the top 25. However, due to some hilarious technical difficulties and time con…
 
The Punisher's had three movies with three different actors, but none have really hit the target. But this week Ashley Stockdale returns to discuss the one that came closest, and that's 2008's Punisher: War Zone. They discuss the elements from the comics that made it into the movie, why the Punisher's such a hard character to adapt, and Ray Stevens…
 
It's Morphin' Time! Writer Liam Carrigan is here to discuss Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: The Movie. He and Perry share their memories of watching Power Rangers as a kid, wax nostalgic about this movie, and discuss the things about it that hold up (Paul Freeman) and the things that don't (the terrible CGI zords).--- Send in a voice message: https:…
 
It's capitalism-smashing time! Perry and Stacy Dooks of the Fanboy Power Hour podcast embrace their inner communists for the animated adaptation of Superman: Red Son. We also discuss Mark Millar, the mistakes people make in understanding the Superman/Batman relationship, and other assorted diversions.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/s…
 
Animated films are supposed to be cute, right? They aren’t supposed to make you uncomfortable or freaked out or anything, right?! Wrong. This week we tackle two stop-motion animated horror films: “Coraline” and “The Wolf House”. If you want to follow along with the podcast, next episode we will be chatting about both feature films from noted weirdo…
 
Fellow Japan-residing Marvel fan Ashley Stockdale makes his Superhero Cinephiles debut to discuss Black Widow. We've got a lot of praise for Florence Pugh and David Harbour, some criticisms about Taskmaster, and talk about how the timing of this movie could have been a lot better.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/superherocinephiles/me…
 
We're rapidly approaching our 100th episode of the show! In order to celebrate the milestone, the gang has assembled personal Top 100 lists, and we will be counting down our picks over the next several episodes. This will culminate in our Top 25 of all time as the 100th episode! Hope you enjoy #75-51, and thanks for sticking with us over 4+ years.M…
 
From best to worst. In the second part of this double-feature, Greg Dunn is back to discuss the last of Fox's main X-Men films—2019's Dark Phoenix. They discuss the issues with the FoX-Men films and why both attempts at adapting The Dark Phoenix Saga were such spectacular failures.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/superherocinephiles/m…
 
In another double-feature, X-fan Greg Dunn makes his debut appearance on the show to talk about the best adaptation of the classic X-Men story, The Dark Phoenix Saga. It wasn't one of the movies, but the four-part story that appeared in season three of the 1992 animated series! Perry and Greg reminisce over their memories of the show, how it got th…
 
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