212 episodes

Film Strip podcast reviews our favorite films and franchises breaking down the themes, production value, box office returns and cultural significance.

Film Strip Podcast Film Strip Podcast

    • TV & Film
    • 4.7, 37 Ratings

Film Strip podcast reviews our favorite films and franchises breaking down the themes, production value, box office returns and cultural significance.

    The Big Lebowski (1998)

    The Big Lebowski (1998)

    This podcast really ties the room together. Brian and Jay set up the pins for The Big Lebowski (1998).

    • 1 hr
    The Fugitive (1993)

    The Fugitive (1993)

    We care a little bit. Jay and Nick review The Fugitive (1993).

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Rounders (1998)

    Rounders (1998)

    The things we do for friends in low places. Jay and Irina go all in for Rounders (1998).

    • 57 min
    The Kindred (1987)

    The Kindred (1987)

    Something only its creator could love...all five of them. Jay, Nick, Irina, and Kurt unravel the tale known as The Kindred (1987). 

    • 56 min
    Anaconda (1997)

    Anaconda (1997)

    Why did it have to be THIS snake movie? Jay, Nick, and Kurt  review Anaconda.

    • 56 min
    Memories of Me (1988)

    Memories of Me (1988)

    What part would you want in front of the Chinese Theatre? Jay and Irina go Hollywood and review Memories of Me. 

    • 1 hr

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

jeff golfblum ,

Great podcast

I found this podcast while researching Stanley Kubrick. I immediately loved it. I went back and started listening to the older episodes. If you love film, I highly recommend this podcast. Now that they are reviewing older movies (ex: The Marx Bros), I think it would be fun to review the old Universal Monster movies too. Keep up the good work!

wmullins83 ,

Great content, very funny

My friend Irina turned me onto this show. It's great! Very funny, great content. Looking forward to binging these podcasts while at work. Keep up the great work!

MustardGecko222 ,

Welcome Back!

I've been listening to Film Strip since early 2014, and I love the show. There is a homey feeling to the show, and it feels like a conversation that I've had countless times with my buddies after watching a movie together. The personalitly of each host adds immense depth to the show, and always has me wanting more.

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