Cinema Shame is a safe space, a support group for penitent moviewatchers and cinephiles who want to right the oversights in their cinematic frame of reference. Classic or contemporary film -- confess your shame and join the penitent
Cushing & Lee: Outside the Hammer-Verse
James and Dan Day, Jr. each pick three essential horror films featuring Peter Cushing and/or Christopher Lee that came from outside the Hammer-verse.
The Oscar (1966)
James and Allan Mott (@HouseOfGlib) dissect what went wrong (and oh so right) with The Oscar (1966).
First-Watch Shamely Awards 2020
James and Nick Britt (@campbelldropout) talk about their favorite first-watches from the year 2020, awards style.
Film Noir Shamedown
James and Nora Fiore (@NitrateDiva) talk the tenets of Film Noir and share their favorite first-time watches from Noirvember 2020.
It's A Wonderful Life
Annie Jung discusses her first viewing of IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE. Bonus! Colleen Fiore, aka "Fussy," relays how the 1946 movie played to her classroom full of high school students.
Zombie Not Zombie / Beth Accomando
KPBS San Diego film critic, host of the Cinema Junkie podcast, Beth Accomando talks about Zombies and Not Zombies for our Halloween 2020 horror special.
Great podcast for film fanatics that dives deep into the history of each topic/movie being explored. Not too dense for the casual fan either. Love this show.
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A brilliant concept for a podcast, Cinema Shame is about movie lovers finally tackling a movie that they've never seen before. I highly recommend it!
Great Film Podcast looking at all sorts of great movies. Going indepth without being too dense for the casual listener.