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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

    • 4.8, 159 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

4.8 out of 5
159 Ratings

159 Ratings

Jimi Squid ,

Ridiculously Entertaining!

I work alone most of the time so I’m always listening to something. I discovered this podcast randomly which is completely out of character for me because I typically hate movie review podcasts. I’m also not a huge fan of podcasts that are hosted by all male or all female groups. However, I gave this one a chance after seeing that you guys reviewed a lot of movies I grew up on. RIDICULOUSLY ENTERTAINING! This show just works for me. I find my self agreeing with your opinions, arguing with your opinions and laughing out loud, sometimes uncontrollably. I love the dynamic in your group. You all rate movies fairly, not just on a personal level but also on an educated level. I discovered you guys a couple of months ago and already listened to almost 100hrs of it (I’ll tweet a pic). My favorite episode so far is “the rocketeer” for all the misspoken words, it had me dying. I plan on purchasing a shirt at some point and spreading the word. You guys are great! Keep it up!

Your fan,

-Jimi Squid

P.S. The over the top outros must stay! Yes they are silly but that is their charm. They are a FANTASTIC... Dare I say, ICONIC way to end the podcast. I find them hilarious.

Baylor-james ,

It takes me back!

I love this podcast. I discovered it when I was listening to a podcast about the movie “The Warriors.” I stumbled upon this podcast and they had done almost every movie I had grown up watching. Definitely recommended for those who grew up in the 90’s watching classics like Tremors, Spaced Invaders, and Arachnophobia!

Morgan Alice ,

Bro-Festival

My introduction to this show, and potentially my last visit, was the episode covering “The Doom Generation.” The entire episode is a bunch of bros yelling over one another, and essentially man-splaining their way through the film. It’s interesting to me that these dudes bring up Robert Rodriguez several times, and in the same breath continue to bash McGowan’s performance. It seemed like they didn’t even know who the actress was (Cherry Darling In Rodriguez’s “Planet Terror”). Snarky, angsty, bratty vibes is her specialty, and is usually the role she plays in most films (example: “Jawbreaker”). (Making me wonder if these dudes even watch genre films at all, their demeanor was so immature. They clearly had never seen this film before, or do any homework on it at all. I feel like them harping on McGowan really turned into this bro-out of dudes who are chopping this character down, because she’s stubborn, headstrong, and unapologetically herself. McGowan’s character in this film is a great example of teenage exploration, owning herself, being sexually free; making it a truly great example of feminism in character. Instead of going deep into the themes of the plot, or symbolism of the film, these dudes squawk over one another over the most insignificant points of this film (again, McGowan’s lines/execution, among other trivial “points”). I feel bad for the dude who chose this movie for this episode. He was truly trying to use critical thinking, and trying to analyze the film with his fiends, only to be drowned out by a bunch of dudes who couldn’t stop (again) squawking over one another about sex scenes and drug use (teenage exploration). All in all it felt like a bro-orgy of dudes who are extremely shallow, and can’t handle taboo themes in film. Dude who chose this film for this episode, make your own podcast! Escape the bro-cult-podcasts, because there are WAY too many of those!

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