British movie podcast of the week: All The Right Movies

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Our latest independent UK movie podcast recommendation? Here’s why All The Right Movies is worth treating your eardrums to.

There’s nothing more interesting than how a film goes from concept to cinema. It seems like it should be impossible; all these cogs in a complex machine moving simultaneously. Podcasts that go into the trivia and information on the history of movies are music to a lot of peoples’ ears, and All The Right Movies is a veritable symphony of brilliance.

Hosted by university buddies John, P.I., Westy, Luke and Matt, they wanted to create a podcast which took a deep-dive into the making of classic and hit movies, while also bringing their friendship to the forefront. They clearly love talking about those influential and iconic films that we’ve all seen, and each episode of All The Right Movies also contains terrific pieces of trivia and behind-the-scenes information, as well as a bit of friendly banter along the way.

They focus primarily on the modern classics of our time, because they found so many other podcasts didn’t, and they especially want to bring to light the fantastical stories behind the scenes which helped make these films so iconic to generations of cinemagoers.

All The Right Movies has been on-air for about a year, and they already have a large and dedicated fan base. They rate each of the films they cover and have a detailed leader board on their website, where they amalgamate scores from the episode and on social media to gain a total score. So far, only one classic movie has that perfect 40/40 score, in the recommended episode below comes close…

All The Right Movies really does contain all the right movies. It’s the right podcast for you to listen to right now…

Recommended episode: Episode 7 – Aliens – (13 September 2019) – 

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All available episodes of All The Right Movies can be downloaded from Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Soundcloud, Overcast, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from.


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