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Cinemaholics
Every week, movie fanatic Jon Negroni and film critic Will Ashton debate the biggest and best films coming to theaters and streaming online. They may not always agree, but one thing's for sure. They're both Cinemaholics.
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4.6 stars from 54 ratings
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Judging by the OUATIH episode these guys should stop watching movies and find something they have the knowledge to podcast about.
darthdurden via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/16/20
A weekly can't-miss
My favorite of-the-moment weekly cinema podcast
Cubed Rat via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/19/19
Favorite episode yet
I finished Seven Samurai for the first time (so good!) in anticipation of the extra milestone episode. So glad you had Sam on this, and I love all three of these guys' insights. Now I want to go back and watch the movie again with even a larger appreciation for it, thanks to these wonderful...Read full review »
skipper fox via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/09/19
Recent Episodes
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Published 02/17/20
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Published 02/10/20
On a special bonus episode of Cinemaholics, we pick our own winners for the 2020 Oscars ceremony. Inspired by the Siskel and Ebert classic format, we go through the nominees of almost every category and explain our favorites.
Published 02/07/20
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