Welcome to all of our new subscribers who made their way here via this super-viral tweet. It's been quite a journey. EarBuds is a weekly podcast recommendation newsletter that brings you 5 episodes on a theme, each week curated by someone new. Let us know what you think!
I am a HUGE movie nerd — so much so that I have a degree in it. After bingeing almost every movie-related podcast I could get my hands on, I decided to start my own. I'm very jazzed to share some of my faves!
Podcast Picks: Click on the podcast art to listen 👂
E.T. The Extra Terrestrial (1982)
Grab your bike and red hoodie — it's time to talk about 'E.T.' Kick off your Movie Lovers experience and join hosts Mally and Jonah as they discuss the timeless John Williams score, Spielberg's impeccable vision, and what E.T.'s fingers remind Jonah of.
'Sleeping With the Enemy' with Bill Simmons and Van Lathan
The Ringer's Bill Simmons and Van Lathan set sail off the coast of Cape Cod in order to find a missing 1991 movie called 'Sleeping With the Enemy,' starring Julia Roberts.
Wizard and the Bruiser
The Neverending Story
This episode explores the story behind 'The Neverending Story,' from the novel by big time weeb Michael Ende to the iconic 80s movies.
Happily Ever Aftermath
Professor Marston and the Wonder Women (2017)
In this episode, Host Diana talks to movie lover, podcaster, and our curator, Mallory Jacobson to discuss the film 'Professor Marston and the Wonder Women.'
Shat the Movies: 80s & 90s Best Film Review
Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead
We all remember Christina Applegate as the ditzy Kelly Bundy from TV's 'Married with Children,' but people often forget she did 90s movies, too.
It's Lauren Passell time! Host Arielle Nissenblatt sits down with the writer of Podcast The Newsletter, a weekly love letter to podcasts. Lauren is also the founder of Tink Media, a podcast PR and marketing company.
Also in this episode, we dive into this week's podcast picks from Mallory Jacobson.
This is a horror/comedy podcast, framed as the advice segment of a late-night radio show. It's a unique blend of cozy creepiness, gentle advice, and a wicked sense of humour. Some of the letters function as metaphors to talk about real world issues like mental illness and marginalization.