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Highlighting Films Old (& New) That We Grew Up With & Watched at Weekend Sleepovers...and more!

Saturday Night Movie Sleepovers Saturday Night Movie Sleepovers

    • TV & Film
    • 4.8, 129 Ratings

Highlighting Films Old (& New) That We Grew Up With & Watched at Weekend Sleepovers...and more!

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
129 Ratings

129 Ratings

jonan666 ,

Like hanging out with old friends!

If you like genre movies but get bored with the lifeless presentation that a lot of other movie shows offer, check out this show out. I started listening a couple years ago because they covered some movies that I love, but now I listen to every single episode because of the hosts, whether I've seen the movie or not. They're just regular guys who love movies. There are tangents and digressions aplenty, but because the guys are so fun and very clearly real life friends, it makes the show more enjoyable. That's not to say that they don't take it seriously. They obviously put a lot of effort into gathering as much info as possible about the movies they cover. And they don't just cover the 80s gems that everyone else covers - They talk about 60s and 70s movies and even old Hollywood in general. And when one of them isn't a fan of the movie they're covering, they're always respectful and honest about why they don't love it. If you want a boring information dump, look elsewhere. But if you want to hear a fun conversation about awesome movies, definitely check out the Saturday Night Movie Sleepovers podcast!


Biggest fan!

Dion and J. Blake I can’t say enough about these guys! 5 STARS! One of the best movie podcasts out there. Good mix of genres, great discussions, awesome social media interaction, great fan service, great research and knowledge on the topics. If you like movies then this is a must listen!

Hip Young Gunslinger ,

Hit and miss

I love the premise, love the subject matter, I love what they do, and generally enjoy listening. But the amount of misinformation that gets thrown around stresses me out sometimes, particularly the recent Oz episode. Wrong names, wrong dates, etc. and no fact checking. Also, I like a good long podcast but some editing would be beneficial.

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