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Explore the offbeat and overlooked world of cinema with Cult Film in Review. Join Cody, Chris, Kyle and Mike as they revisit the films you love, but no one else gets… And see if they still hold up. Can you dig it?

Cult Film In Review Cult Film In Review

    • TV & Film
    • 4.7, 176 Ratings

Explore the offbeat and overlooked world of cinema with Cult Film in Review. Join Cody, Chris, Kyle and Mike as they revisit the films you love, but no one else gets… And see if they still hold up. Can you dig it?

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
176 Ratings

176 Ratings

Nocoleah ,

Perfect

The host Cody has assembled a perfect quartet of fellows to review some of the best worst films, or worst best films, of the past fifty years. They are at their best when they unpack some terrible scene from some awful movie at great length for little purpose except to express their genuine affection for film. I was going to knock off half a star for their narrow range of mostly bad white bro flicks but, in the aggregate, they do actually survey a fairly wide range of films. I was going to knock off another half star for their total inconsistency in how they arrive at their ratings, as sometimes they seem unwilling to endorse good films because they didn’t personally like them or will highly rate admittedly bad films for nostalgic reasons, etcetera, but so be it. Maybe some day they will review one of their own reviews and fine-tune their rating system. The production quality is excellent, their personalities work well together, their enthusiasm is contagious and their honesty is refreshing.

Thomas Zachariah McCormick ,

I tried. I really did.

I tried so hard to get into this podcast, just based on the movie choices themselves. I started getting really annoyed by the main host’s awful whining fake voice. Next I began to notice how nobody was really a true movie fan, or even knowledgeable ABOUT movies. Next I noticed how the main whining host talks over everyone (they’re all better than him at their jobs), and how it’s apparently all supposed to be his show. They simply cannot just offer their opinion about the movies reviewed, but he chooses to ask them ALL BY NAME what they thought of the movie. It’s seriously the worst, ever. Listen to Forever Midnight if you want horror and actual comedy.

Barfuss Paul ,

What a great find!

This podcast manages to be both genuinely thoughtful and gut-bustingly funny. A great mix of notorious cult faves and unearthed treasures are reviewed. It’s a treat to rifle through the archives and see what these guys have to say about films from Pink Flamingoes to Three O’Clock High—don’t miss out!

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