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Cinema Shame

By James David Patrick

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Cinema Shame is a safe space, a support group for penitent moviewatchers and cinephiles who want to right the oversights in their cinematic frame of reference. Classic or contemporary film -- confess your shame and join the penitent

Customer Reviews

Embrace the Cinema Shame

As soon as I heard that Cinema Shame was now a podcast I instantly new I was in for something special. The host Jay Patrick does a fantastic job inviting film buffs to tackle those big films that have eluded them over the years. He encourages guests to embrace their cinema shame and challenge themselves to something new. I love the long format conversational style of each episode and look forward to entries. Highly recommended for anyone with an interest in film and a long commute to work.

A safe zone for penitent moviewatchers

I'm biased. It's my show, but I try hard to make Cinema Shame a safe zone for sharing thoughts about movies that most everyone thinks my guests should have seen by now. I think the episodes are consistently improving and expanding the focus of the podcast into interesting directions. Give the Shame a try, you (probably) won't be disappointed.

Comprehensive Without Being Impenetrable

There's no shortage of podcasts dedicated to film. Some are so watered down to be accessible that they have no meaningful substance. Some are so scholarly they're mind numbing and impossible to enjoy listening to at all. Cinema Shame falls in the sweet spot of being thorough enough for those of us looking for depth while also being engaging. I prefer shorter podcasts as a rule, but for the long format, Cinema Shame is solid.

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