300 episodes

Each Saturday, the Internet Radio Superstars (Colin, Sean, Holly and Michaela) assemble for some movie watchin' and analysis, with the accent on geek cinema, horror, sci-fi, and action films - chosen round-robin style by the Saturday Night Freak Show!

Saturday Night Freak Show Saturday Night Freak Show

    • TV & Film
    • 4.6, 68 Ratings

Each Saturday, the Internet Radio Superstars (Colin, Sean, Holly and Michaela) assemble for some movie watchin' and analysis, with the accent on geek cinema, horror, sci-fi, and action films - chosen round-robin style by the Saturday Night Freak Show!

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
68 Ratings

68 Ratings

Gcmaya ,

A Movie Review Show That’s Actually Fun

I’ve tried other movie podcasts that often get bogged down with moviemaking minutiae or spiral off into the weeds, spending minutes at a time on in-jokes or totally unrelated topics. This one stays on task, and the pleasantly engaging hosts actually discuss the MOVIES, throwing out just the right amount of relevant extra information.

I really like the current lineup. Some of the older shows are hard to listen to because of abrasive presenters, but the current hosts are a nice mix of movie buffs you could sit and enjoy a movie with.

Nice job, guys.

Skylar Sigg ,

Love this Podcast!!

I found this podcast through my guilty horror pleasure Waxworks! From that I have been on a binging spree. I love the way you guys go from the obscure to the mainstream and everything in between. I def want you guys to do the waxworks sequel lost in time it’s so much different then the original and it’s worth a watch from the Bruce Campbell scene alone. Can’t recommend you guys enough to everyone I know .You guys are all great in your own way my favorite is Holly! We have similar tastes in movies and I love her laugh!

Rusty L Ryan ,

ONE OF THE VERY BEST - SERIOUSLY!!!

I love 70's Drive-In/Grindhouse movies and any other films related to this Genre. I always have movie related podcasts playing in my headphones as I paint, mow the grass or do other projects. The Saturday Night Freak Show is one of my very favorite shows. Entertaining, informative and enjoyable. Plus whenever we are listening to movie reviews, especially regarding those classics that we have grown emotionally attached to, we tend to get defensive when reviewers poo-poo or downplay important aspects of those films. SNFS does not do that. They are respectful and it's obvious they have a love of these lurid cinematic treasures that have defined our lives. They are very informed but not know-it-alls. When they are unsure of an aspect of a certain film, they just say that rather than fake their way through it. I am not certain of everyone's age but I do get the impression that they are different and each reviewer brings that knowledge base to the discussion. Over the years I have come across many movie podcasts with younger commentators that dont have the cultural/historical perspective to be able to make comments and critique movies because they don’t know or dont care what came before it. Dont get me wrong - they can be very critical of certain films. But that criticism is based on facts, perspective and production qualities. Over the years I have made it a point to see as many movies as I can but every 5 or 6 weeks, SNFS brings one to the table that I missed or had a pre concieved notion on it's entertainment quality: The Arrival, Slither, Train To Busan. Then it's a rush to Ebay, Neflix or Shudder to check it out! Trust me because I trust them- this is the real deal! Hats off to Colin, Sean, Holly and Michaela. Best wishes for a long running podcast!!!

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