One area that Zoomar's Amazing Podcast hasn't spent enough time with is the 80s. Josh Mieley from Chips, Dips, and Dorks: The 80's Movie Podcast is here to fix that. Is it just nostalgia, or was there a magical moment in the 80s? Zoomar explores the over and underrated from this bizarre time peri...
Since the moment Christopher Nolan burst onto the scene with Memento he has been a force of nature in Hollywood. Star Wars expert Matt Battle joins us to break down the best and the worst from this visionary director.
While we talk about the amazing director Terry Gilliam, this episode talks long and hard about comic book movies. Bryan JL Glass talks about his history in creating comic book worlds, and how things go from paper to the big screen, along with the over and under from Gilliam.
With Captain Marvel and Aquaman, we've seen the gap between critics and audiences widen. Are these movies any good? Captain Marvel had a troll campaign against it, but who determines legitimate criticism from non? Resident comic book movie expert Corey Purcell helps sort it out.
Netflix has given an outlet to documentaries, and viewers responded by consuming more of them than ever. What makes a good doc vs a bad one? Does a director owe it to the audience to tell both sides? Bill Murray Stories director Tommy Avallone joins us to break down the category.
Legal movies have some of the highest dramatic moments of any movies, but what do lawyers think of courtroom dramas? Movie watcher by night and lawyer by day, Bill Gill, breaks down the over and underrated legal movies.
PT Anderson is widely considered to be one of the greatest working directors, but a lot of people just don't get it. A deep dive with PTA by movie reviewer Patrick White and the over and under rated movies within an amazing directors legacy.
Political movies are as hot as they've ever been, but how does Vice hold up as compared to past political movies? What makes a great political movie, vs the ones that are forgotten? Rich Zeoli discusses the over and underrated political movies of all time.
Zoomar digs down into why holiday movies seem to be so hit or miss. Why playing on the emotions of the season can be so successful and why don't more producers step into the genre. Neill McKenna, the perpetual everyman, breaks down the overrated and underrated Christmas movies.
It's hard to imagine a world without Disney. Good or bad, Disney changed the world and inspired other companies like Don Bluth and Pixar to do the same. Derek Hunter sits down to talk about what it's like working for the premier animation company in the world and his overrated and underrated from...
There are myriad reasons why Marvel Movies have been so good, and DC Movies have been so bad, and we're gonna talk about all 10,000 (not quite). Movie reviewer Patrick White breaks down the overrated and underrated from DC's expansive universe.
Like Cher or Madonna, the one name you need to know in acting is Denzel. Why does he have the supreme staying power of being a generational figure? Maj Toure breaks down the craft of this once in a lifetime actor.
What does Hollywood mean when they say 'sound design?' The greatest ear in film, Michael Coleman, talks sounds, sound effects, music, scoring and original sound tracks (and some over and under Leo DiCaprio for good measure).
There is something about the scrappy independent distributor A24, when other houses lose their compass, A24 seems to make the films that speak directly to our soul. Spike Eskin joins Zoomar to discuss the best of A24 Films and what it is about them that we find so captivating.
Comedian Neill Carroll joins Zoomar to break down the overrated and underrated movies that make us laugh. From the movies that get funnier with each watch, to the classic films that we smiled throughout, we explore the divinity of comedy.
The summer blockbuster may feel like it's ever present, but how has 2018 held up against other summer movie seasons? Resident big-budget expert, Corey Purcell, helps break down the summer that was (so far).
How on earth do films get funded? Even to the most experienced film-makers, funding movie productions is a black box that few of us understand. Everton Scott tries to help us understand this lesser known aspect of film making.