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Film Sack

By Scott Johnson

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Description

Mining the depths of film entertainment for all mankind. With Scott Johnson, Brian Dunaway, Randy Jordan, and Brian Ibbott.

Customer Reviews

Oh...there's Randy AGAIN

Great show, but does Randy Jordan (now with 75% more extra words) need to be brought along for all of Scott's shows as the pseudo intellectual?

At first unsure but then LOVED IT!

ok i admit when i first listened i was like...what a podcast about old movies???? WTF? but then oh it's really good!!! and in fact better than a podcast about new movies! Scott Johnson continiues his podcast reign and is even closer to toppling the almighty Leo Laporte!

CLOSE TO MY HEART BUT...

After years of listening to comedy and film podcasts there is one thing I know: in thi sworld there are funny people and there are unfunny people. The guys in Film Sack are not funny people. I love their passion for film and their love of nostalgic 80's stuff trhat I too grew up on, but these guys are are not very engaging. After 45 minutes of bad puns, bad impressions and annoying tangents that are really painful, Film Sack leaves you exhausted and irritated. The main host really ha a problem with going off on a boring subject only to say at the end of each unfunny jag "Where are we? Where am I? What am I doing?"

After all is said and done, the Film Sack Crew aren't even that knowledgeable about film history. Maybe one or two f them, but not everyone is ont he same page.