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TV & Film

Sequelisers is a film podcast about discussing, re-writing, recasting and ultimately fixing the bad sequels from the history of cinema. Hosted by Jack Chambers-Ward with Matthew Stogdon and Tim Maytom.


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Latest Episodes

Originally published as a Patreon-exclusive episode on 3rd March 2021. Last week, we discussed our favourite actors, and now it's time to talk about our favourite actresses. As before, we had the difficult task of listing four of our favourite female... more

2 days ago

Originally released as a Patreon-exclusive episode on 3rd June 2020. It's time to move away from writing and directing films and focus specifically on who's in front of the camera. This week, we discuss our favourite actors and why we love them so mu... more

10 days ago

Highlander II, Spider-Man 3, Son of the Mask. That's a bunch of terrible sequels right there. Exactly! But what if someone could go back and assign any cast, crew and plot to fix all the bad sequels? You mean like a Transformers film that feels like ... more

14 days ago


4.6 out of 5 stars from 245 ratings
  • Don't know what's worse, how long the podcasts are now or how PC the cast are.

    Podcast Addict
    3 months ago
  • Fun Premise, Great Show

    The show is fantastic, have been listening for a few years now. Quality discussion without gimmicks. Except the gimmick episodes. And the episodes about gimmicks. IT’S A QUALITY PROGRAM.

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada3 months ago
  • One word….


    Apple Podcasts
    Harry bla14
    United Kingdom6 months ago
  • Great podcast with very entertaining film pitches

    Podcast Addict
    10 months ago
  • Always worth a listen, and checking out their live streams!

    Drew Toynbee
    a year ago

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Apple Podcasts
#220 Norway/TV & Film

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