The Film Mobcast Comic Book Movie Special

The increasingly professional hosts of The Film Magazine’s debut movie podcast, The Film Mobcast, Joseph Wade and Katie Doyle, have been broken up for this week as Joseph Wade partners with long-time The Film Magazine writer (and more) Becca Seghini for a special episode that is probably going to go into the history books of all podcasts for being bloody excellent (don’t quote us on that).

Throughout this bumper 81-minute episode, recorded with frankly amateur-hour equipment from within the confines of an attic bedroom in the grand old city of York in the United Kingdom, The Film Magazine co-founder Becca Seghini is reunited with old university friend Joseph Wade to discuss those pesky little superhero movies – like they’ll ever be successful, are we right? – with Captain America and Iron Man facing off in Civil War. What’s next for the MCU, and which superhero films deserve the most love? We’re asking the latter because money, seemingly, isn’t enough.

Please note: this episode was once housed on Soundcloud but is now exclusively available via YouTube and accessible only via the video embedded on this page.

You can find more podcasts on the world of cinema from The Film Magazine on our Podcasts page. This includes a one-off series on Cinema’s Most Romantic Moments, with each episode contributed by a member of The Film Magazine’s team.

You can also find the podcasts we’ve partnered with, such as The Mrs At the Movies: a podcast upon which one cinephile host introduces his wife-to-be to a wide range of movies she should have probably already seen. It’s a hoot!

For the most up-to-date insight into the world of cinema, and for a more academic approach to film criticism, evaluation and analysis, please subscribe to Second Cut Podcast on YouTube and tune in to weekly live broadcasts from Jacob Davis, Kieran Judge and Sam Sewell-Peterson. The trio discuss everything from Troma Entertainment movies to Luca Guadagnino, the best films of all time to the trashiest Lindsay Lohan movies.

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