Here's a breakdown of the movie podcasts we love listening to. We'll let you do the necessary soul searching from here to determine which one is best suited for your movie fandom.
This not-so-serious chat about the movies you love is beloved by movie fans across the country. Past movies covered include The Mitchells vs. the Machines, Mortal Kombat, and Inglorious Basterds—and often times they'll field polls to determine the next topics. Listen on Spotify.
Raiders Of The Lost Podcast
Hosted by identical twin brothers and film-geeks, James and Anthony Deveney, this podcast deep-dives on topics that the brothers have been passionate about since they were kids. Podcast discussions range everywhere from There Will Be Blood vs. No Country For Old Men to a full-length episode dedicated to Mr. Denzel Washington. Listen to it on Spotify.
The Rewatchables is a movie podcast from The Ringer featuring Bill Simmons and a rotating crew of commentators. The roundtable discusses movies that—you may have guessed from the title—they can't seem to stop watching. Recent episodes have included What About Bob, Predator, and Lethal Weapon 2. Listen to The Rewatchables on Spotify.
Scriptnotes is a weekly podcast that started in the summer of 2011—covering screenwriting and all things interesting to screenwriters. The podcast is hosted by screenwriters John August and Craig Mazin, with new episodes released every Tuesday. Check it out on Spotify.
Show Me The Meaning
Join the Wisecrack crew as they "dive into the deeper meaning and cultural significance of the most, and least, iconic movies of our age." Wisecrack is a team of comedians, academics, and filmmakers who love great movies, TV shows, and more. Listen to their podcast on Spotify.
Twenty Thousand Hertz
Dallas Taylor is the host and creator of this fantastic podcast revealing the stories behind the world’s most recognizable and interesting sounds. Listen to it wherever you get your podcasts.
We Watched a Movie
We Watched A Movie provides horror movie news and commentary, as well as reviews horror movie scripts that were never made. They now have over 100k subscribers. Listen to the podcast on Spotify.