Celluloid Junkies Film Podcast

Celluloid Junkies Film Podcast

Latest Episodes

We Just Watched – The Lost Daughter (2022)
January 27, 2022

We just watched Maggie Gyllenhaal's brand new film The Lost Daughter, starring Olivia Colman and Dakota Johnson.

Episode 39 – Gus van Sant’s To Die For (1995)
January 09, 2022

We're coming live from the WWEN Weather Centre with a look at Gus van Sant's 1995 kinda sorta mockumentary To Die For.

Special – Martin Bell’s Streetwise (1984)
November 18, 2021

This month we're taking a long look at a very special film - Martin Bell, Mary Ellen Mark and Cheryl McCall's stunning documentary Streetwise.

We Just Watched: Breakdown (1997)
October 28, 2021

We just watched Jonathan Mostow's 1997 desert thriller Breakdown! Join us for the latest episode of the Celluloid Junkies mini-show.

We Just Watched: Elizabeth (1998)
September 15, 2021

The Celluloid Junkies are debuting a new weekly show which is short, sharp and fun. We Just Watched is a series of quick discussions about films that we have, you guessed it, just watched.

Episode 38 – John Huston’s The Misfits (1961)
July 30, 2021

We're heading out to Reno, Nevada to go Mustanging with three dear, sweet, dead men in John Huston's The Misfits.

Episode 37 – David Fincher’s Panic Room (2002)
March 21, 2021

Lock yourself up as we intrude upon your day with a discussion of David Fincher's popcorn movie (not film) Panic Room.

Episode 36 – William Friedkin’s The Exorcist (1973)
October 27, 2020

Come and join us in the world of darkness this Halloween season as we celebrate William Friedkin's genre-defining 1973 horror film The Exorcist.

Episode 35 – Brian De Palma’s Carrie (1976)
October 12, 2020

Check your hair and straighten your corsage because we're heading to senior prom as we discuss Brian De Palma's 1976 art house shocker Carrie.

Episode 34 – Norman Jewison’s Moonstruck (1987)
September 07, 2020

This month we’re in Little Italy, and we’re going to yell passionately about all things Cher and love and freshly baked bread.