Hosted by filmmaker, film critic, and SmugFilm.com editor-in-chief Cody Clarke. Each week, he and a few critics from the site (and sometimes a special guest) come together in Brooklyn, NY for a candid chat about all things movies. Episodes go up Mondays.
#100 - This is the Final Episode of the Smug Film Podcast (12/19/16)
On this episode, the podcast ends. Plus, a brand new Robot Reenactment!
#99 - Audio Commentary Track for Abominable Christmas (12/12/16)
On this episode, you get to watch the movie Abominable Christmas with Cody Clarke on Netflix! Plus, a brand new Robot Reenactment!
#98 - Mark Covino / Chloe Pelletier (12/5/16)
On this episode, Mark Covino and Chloe Pelletier are live, in person! Plus, a brand new Robot Reenactment!
#97 – Chloe Pelletier / Huntington’s Disease / Depression (11/28/16)
On this very special episode, Cody Clarke and Chloe Pelletier discuss Huntington’s disease and depression.
#96 - Audio Commentary Track for Air Bud: World Pup (11/21/16)
Cody Clarke watches Air Bud: World Pup with you! This is an interactive episode—listen to it alongside watching this movie on Netflix! Plus, a brand new Robot Reenactment!
#95 - Ranking the Friday the 13th Films / Brad Avery (11/14/16)
Cody Clarke is joined live via Skype by Brad Avery to rank the Friday the 13th films! Plus, a brand new Robot Reenactment!
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