Do you like science? Do you like movies? Well, have we got a combo for you! Every two weeks join us, real life physicists Freda and Abi, while we break down the science behind some of the best and worst movie plots out there. We also get real about the depiction of scientists and their working environment in movies and lay it all on the table with our WTF moments. We're not about debunking, we're here to show our appreciation to the art of movie magic but reserve the right to laugh and shout as well as applaud where deserved! Here comes the science... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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I love how this podcast increased my appreciation of cinema, either through a more conscious rewatch of an old movie or interdicting me to a new movie. more
Honest heartfelt discussions, mixed in with movie reviews and science. Bliss.
Abi and Freda are mad funny science people who have inviting conversations about an almost random assortment of films. Surprising that they can even produce this much content and still work as full time physicists. Impressive really. One of my favorite podcast. Who else would give me a new reason to watch timecop?!
Super enjoyable. Brings me right back into my favourite movies! The banter is crazy smart and really hilarious!
Both Abbie and Frida are hysterically funny and entertaining hosts as they give the movies they review the science test, and a treatment worthy of MST3K!!! Great fun, I love it, keeps my days delivering the mail moving along. Thanks guys!
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Science at the Movies launched 3 years ago and published 129 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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