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The Video Negative Podcast is a monthly film review show dedicated to looking at the worst of the 90s. Whether we're deflating overblown big budget blockbusters, or trampling on little known indie flicks, join us as we diss the dismal, criticise the chronic and put the pathetic out to pasture.

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    • TV & Film
    • 4.9, 26 Ratings

The Video Negative Podcast is a monthly film review show dedicated to looking at the worst of the 90s. Whether we're deflating overblown big budget blockbusters, or trampling on little known indie flicks, join us as we diss the dismal, criticise the chronic and put the pathetic out to pasture.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

RafB887 ,

The best bad movie podcast

I’m a big fan of bad movies, I listen to quite a few podcasts dedicated to them, and I have to say that this podcast has recently become my favorite. I binged all of the episodes in just a few days. The hosts are hilarious, but I also like how they genuinely analyze the movies and try to find something good in them. I also love their constant Simpsons and classic wrestling references. My only regret is that I’m not friends with these guys in real life. I’ll give this podcast my highest rating ever: 9 thumbs up!

Friarcat ,

British HDTGM auteurs

I needed my fix after running through all of How Did This Get Made. These three gents give insightful, cutting reviews of 90s cheese. Their pacing and editing get better each episode, and they let people in their 20s-40s know why nostalgia isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Hope they get more exposure soon!

Fe5e ,

Only 09's Kids..

I feel the "Only 90's kids" phrase was invented just to describe me. Even though these guys are ripping apart some of my favorite movies from my formative years, they do it so hilariously, they get a pass. Their thoughts are so insightful and legit, I can't be mad about anything they have to say about some of my most loved movies. I'm even okay with their Kevin Smith feelings because they don't say anything about him and Mallrats he hasn't said himself. The Mallrats episode, btw, is amazingly accurate and incredibly funny. She's All That is also worth a few listens.
The non-90's flicks episodes are also hysterical; these guys said almost exactly every thing I was thinking during their MCU eps.
I can tell from interacting with one or two of them on Twitter, their podcast isn't meant to be mean-spirited, but all in good fun, which is what the podcast is, a lot of fun. Keep up the quality content, guys. Love the show.

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