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
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.
Netflix DVD & Handshake 3 / Annie Jung
Marketing Manager for Netflix DVD, Annie Jung, helps James ring in a new era in Cinema Shame and shares her three handshake/comfort films.
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.