Chris & Robert are The Film Flamers - a podcast covering the production, film history, and legacy of each horror film (or horror adjacent film) they cover, with a bit of comedy tossed in! Expect deep dives of both new and old favorites, hot takes and movie reviews of new releases, top ten lists, and the latest horror movie news. When it comes to horror movies, The Film Flamers podcast has you covered... in blood!
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I've been listening since the 2023 Overlook Film Festival and now I'm going through their back catalog because I can't get enough. I look foward to starting every week with Robert and Chris, who are both funny, insightful, and entertaining. I've learned to look at horror movies in a whole new way and can't wait to hear what they have to say about them (or how they will crack themselves up over some randsom observation).
Love these two. Wish they would add a bit more comedy, love the humor. Have been binging at work since I discovered….
Without a doubt my favourite film review podcast more
Only two podcasts matter. The Ongoing History Of New Music and The Film Flamers. That’s it. Sorry Marc, Sarah, Ira, the rest of NPR, Crooked Media, Bloody Disgusting, Real Time, Nerdist, etc. You’re all swell, and I’ll always touch base, but I only have room in my Podcast Poly heart for two. more
I listen to a ton of Horror movie podcasts, & I’m pretty discerning. These guys never fail to deliver! They are always incredibly thorough & insightful, not to mention HILARIOUS. This podcast probably gets my sanity questioned more than any other due to it’s ability to make me bust out laughing for seemingly no reason in public environments… & I am perfectly OK with that! Keep up the fantastic work guys!
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The Film Flamers: A Horror Movie Podcast launched 5 years ago and published 232 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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