Hallmark Movie Reviews from a Hopeless Romantic and a Cynical Cinephile
Hosted by Stephanie Robichaux and Hamilton Ward
New Episodes every Wednesday!
An Unexpected Christmas
We’re talking about An Unexpected Christmas! We discuss the wit, the whimsy, the wondrous sparkle pony! It’s a literal gushfest!
Five More Minutes
We get emotional with our Five More Minutes review! We discuss the love story mystery, one of our favorite Hallmark “moms” Bonnie, and the touching ending that had us in tears!
Every Time a Bell Rings
We review Hallmark Movies NOW premiere, Every Time a Bell Rings! We discuss the sister bond, the beautiful location of Natchez, MS, and the hipster hat-wearing Liam.
One December Night
We review the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries premiere of One December Night. We discuss the mysterious relationship backstory of Quinn and Jason, our favorite quotes and emotional scenes, and the KISS that sets a new record on the podcast!
My Christmas Family Tree
We review the highly anticipated movie, My Christmas Family Tree! We discuss our favorite heartfelt moments, the Andrew Walker “Look-Over”, and if lighting can actually be “too dreamy” (Stephanie says no).
Next Stop, Christmas
We’re going back to the future in Next Stop, Christmas! We talk about Turtle Neck Tyler, that gumdrop scene, and Ham breaks down the time travel timelines with his trusty whiteboard!
Can’t Get Enough of This Podcast!
Stephanie and Hamilton are so enjoyable to listen to. I usually laugh out loud during every episode and appreciate their well rounded reviews of these movies that sometimes put words to what I’m thinking or feeling after watching, but might not be able to express!
Many Hallmark podcasts tend to be overly cynical or overly fawning - this one is just right. I love the attention to detail like lighting and score, and the banter between the hosts.
Even if you don’t love Hallmark this is fun
I’m not a diehard Hallmark fan but I love this show when I need something funny and easy to listen to. The hosts have fantastic chemistry and their viewpoints and commentary are insightful and original.