20 episodes

Em loves movies and tv. She also talks a lot. A podcast was therefore inevitable...
Join me, Em, on my journey through movies, pop culture, TV shows and everything else. If you come through this journey wanting to see a movie I review that you've never seen before, I consider than a win.

Verbal Diorama Verbal Diorama

    • TV & Film
    • 5.0, 13 Ratings

Em loves movies and tv. She also talks a lot. A podcast was therefore inevitable...
Join me, Em, on my journey through movies, pop culture, TV shows and everything else. If you come through this journey wanting to see a movie I review that you've never seen before, I consider than a win.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Lord Gorak ,

Verbal Dioramagnifico!

This podcast is a must-listen for all those who enjoy the big screen cinema experience - the sights, sounds and the smells (though no smells for me because I became anosmic as a teenager after I was hit quite hard in the nose with a Sugababes CD case that my brother had thrown in a fit of adolescent rage). I first discovered Verbal Diorama while searching for pictures of Warwick Davis with long hair on Ask Jeeves and accidentally forgot to switch to image search rather than web search. What a serendipitous mistake! I was directed to the episode on the film 'Willow' and became so hooked that I now listen to it every week (different episodes I mean, not just the Willow one). I did need to get some of the films for the other episodes so that I could watch them before listening - aside from 'Roger Rabbit', which I still have on VHS from when I was going through my Bob Hoskins phase as a child - but these new and exciting films that Em has introduced me to have really helped to enrich my DVD shelf, though I keep 'The Cabin In The Woods', 'Logan' and 'Speed' in a box under my bed because of the bad swears. If you love film then you should definitely listen to this podcast. If you don't love film, then I suggest that you find something better to do with your time than sitting there reading reviews of podcasts on subjects you're not interested in. Good grief.

Pete Langhelt ,

A superb podcast

Combining a truly evident passion and love for movies with a wonderfully engaging personality Em has made Verbal Diorama one of my favourite movie podcasts.

The Logan and Scott Pilgrim episodes in particular show a commitement to making a quality show that anyone with even a passing interest in film will find fascinating.

I cannot reccomend Verbal Diorama enough.

The Unexceptionals ,

An absolute pleasure!

I've interacted with Em so much on Twitter so when I finally had the chance to sit down and listen to her podcast - I WAS DELIGHTED. Verbal Diorama is so delightful and Em's passion for film, film production and everything in-between is crystal clear over the mic. I learnt so much about each film (and who doesn't love a bit of learning) and had so much fun doing it! If you like film podcasts you must 100% add this onto your list!

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