10 Movie-Related Podcasts You Should Be Listening To

howdidthisgetmade Podcasts are an exciting, ever-growing medium in which people can download or stream exactly what they want to listen to, from creators all over the world. They cover all varieties of subjects and are produced by the Average Joe and celebrity alike. Each year the number of podcasts grows exponentially, which is a bit of a double-edged sword. Yes, there's more content to listen to, but it may be hard to sift through all of the available shows and find one that really strikes a chord and makes continually tune in week to week. Podcasts are especially great for movie lovers, as there are countless shows available in which people review, break down, and discuss both new and old releases, and talk about all aspects of film from the themes of a film to the production required to make one. I've compiled a list of 10 movie-related podcasts that are worth tuning in to...

10. Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

kevinReleased: Live on Ustream Sundays at 3pm PST, available at KevinPollaksChatShow.com Though Kevin Pollak's Chat Show isn't solely based on film, he does interview many prominent members of the film community including actors and directors. Pollak is an actor, impressionist, and stand-up comedian, and the show contains a unique formula that makes listening in quite a fun experience. The episodes are streamed live, and both video and audio editions of the show are available. This also allows the show to have an open chat room for listeners to submit questions to be asked during the show, and several games are played between Kevin, his co-hosts, and the celebrity guest. The show began on March 22, 2009 and at the time of this writing, there have been 178 episodes.
 
Posted On: 
Contributor
Contributor

James is a 24 year old writer and filmmaker living in Portland, OR. He attended college for graphic design and writes for various sources on the web about film, television, and entertainment. You can view all of his work on his website, www.thereeljames.wordpress.com

Discussion