About This Show
Ms. Cinema is an all-female podcast about movies and television. Co-hosts Dina Walters and Robyn Coffin converse bi-weekly, alternating between reviews of films (as well as a special segment, "Movies Everyone Else Has Seen But Robyn Hasn't!") and sharing what they've been watching. Dina and Robyn will occasionally welcome fellow-lady guests onto the show to delight in films with them. Follow the Ms. Cinema gals on Twitter: @mscinemapodcast, Facebook (facebook.com/MsCinemaPodcast) or you can email the ladies (email@example.com).
All episodes are produced by Dina Marie Walters.
Ms. Cinema is indebted to the musical genius of John Szymanski for creating not only our theme song, but the "Movies Everyone Else Has Seen But Robyn Hasn't!" jingle.
Our logo and cover art are by the super talented Nick Zembruski of Z House Design, Inc. (facebook.com/zhousedesign).
Most Recent Episode
Ep 10: What We've Been Watching SCARY Edition! (Special Guest: Al Hoefnagel)
6 days ago
Dina and Robyn excitedly welcome their second guest to Ms. Cinema, Al Hoefnagel, for this very special October episode! There is even a cameo by Dina’s daughter, Emma, at the start of the show! Modern day parenting, folks.
This episode, Dina, Robyn and Al talk about what (mostly) scary things they have been watching in preparation for All Hallows’ Eve, followed by the very difficult challenge of narrowing down their favorite horror films to a list of five (with some honorable mentions). We wrap up the episode with a Halloween edition of “Movies Everyone Else Has Seen Except for Robyn!” Robyn watched John Carpenter’s The Thing (1982) for the first time!
Robyn: Amanda Knox (Netflix documentary), Luther (BBC series on Netflix), Psycho (1960), American Mary (2012, Netflix; Warning! We talk at length about the plot of Psycho, including spoilers. Babadook (2014, Netflix);Warning, some *mild* spoilers for Babadook
Al: American Horror Story: Hotel (2015, Netflix), Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer (2003, Netflix)
Dina: Re-Animator (1985, Netflix), The Legend of Hell House (1973, Netflix)
Al Hoefnagel is an Actor, Arts Administrator and Teaching Artist in Chicago. As an artist and educator, she is committed to embracing the complexity of the queer identity to create new and engaging ways to address LGBTQA issues with the community at large. She serves as Education and Outreach Director for About Face Theatre. More information about About Face can be found here: aboutfacetheatre.com.
Keep up with our shenanigans on Twitter: @mscinemapodcast, follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/MsCinemaPodcast, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This episode was produced by Dina Marie Walters.
Our logo and cover art are by the super talented Nick Zembruski of Z House Design, Inc. (facebook.com/zhousedesign). We are indebted to the musical genius of John Szymanski for creating not only our theme song, but the "Movies Everyone Else Has Seen But Robyn Hasn't!" jingle.