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Silver Screen Queens

By Katie Molloy and Melissa Savage

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Description

Melissa and Katie met in film class and haven’t stopped talking movies since. Now they share their conversations with the world through the Silver Screen Queens podcast. Every week they watch a movie and review it, stopping to make nerdy references along the way.

Customer Reviews

A Down Under Perspective

I like the fact that Katie & Melissa don’t just parrot what everyone else is saying about a movie—and the fact that they will admit that the sometimes miss the beginning of a film; have to go to the bathroom in the middle of one; etc. You know, like real people. And, yes, the accents are great to listen to.

Entertaining and to the point

This is a fun, straight-forward podcast featuring two very energetic and entertaining hosts. The episodes are short and the content covers topic really well. The hosts share their unique perspectives on the movies they’re discussing and have very insightful conversation about them.

I swear I wrote a better review by iTunes deleted it

So after pouring my heart and soul (and all of admittedly three minutes) into a review, iTunes decided my name was too long and decided to delete it. So in short what I said I- 1. I love you two 2. These two approach and frame their critiques from and often new perspective when compared to other critics 3. Feminism is good. 4. Ostentatious free zone.

I's absolutely love it if you'd review one of my indie movie sunshines; Electrick Children (yes with a 'k'). I swear is right up your alley and the director is an incredibly talented women whose work I can only assume you'll fall in love with. So please follow me on this blue tape inspired synthetic sunshine laden Mormon adventure.

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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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