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Grab your popcorn and listen to some of these interesting podcasts that movie buffs like yourself will love!

What's even more exciting than watching films? Learning about what makes it a flop or a masterpiece with a group of people who have varying and interesting thoughts to share. Whether you're looking to have a great time or dig deeper into a film, these are the podcasts to listen to.

Filmspotting

Adam Kempenaar and Josh Larsen host Filmspotting, a podcast that puts popular films back under the spotlight to analyse their success. Sometimes, the podcast features a performance by the host from a movie they're discussing (which happened when affable lads Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg were being interviewed). The hosts also share their "Top Five" movies at the end of each episode.

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We Hate Movies

In a sea of critically acclaimed titles, you'll also find movies that have made people talk—but not for the right reasons. The hosts of the podcast We Hate Movies have put this responsibility upon themselves to bring you reviews of some of the worst films that they hate to love.

The Movies That Made Me

It's always a treat to learn about the intricacies of a film. Hosted by Guru Josh Olson and Joe Dante, The Movies That Made Me is a podcast that offers exactly what the title suggests. Filmmakers and stars featured in this podcast share which movies influenced them to become the icons we so love today. 

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How Did This Get Made

Join funny friends, Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael and Jason Mantzoukas, on How Did This Get Made as they watch some of the worst films and review what makes it somehow so compelling. This comedy podcast on movie films that make you question how it was even made will have you appreciate how difficult it is to make movies.

Getting Past the Subtitles

The Asian film industry has a vast selection of gripping movies that deserve recognition. In Getting Past the Subtitles, hosts Sean Peele and DK Lee discuss various titles including Ditto and Bad Genius to promote Asian's brilliance in films. This is a great opportunity to broaden your knowledge on Asian movies.

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