Educating Jeremy



Educating Jeremy is a movie podcast hosted by Jeremy from Podcasts We Listen To and Deana Marie from TwistedPhilly. Deana Marie (forces) asks Jeremy to watch movies he's never seen but she loves. They discuss what they liked about the films, what he didn't like and occasionally there's a throat punch reference somewhere in between. Jeremy and Deana Marie discuss all genres of movies - horror, science fiction, action, etc. If you love movies and hosts who have fun smack talking each other, then you'll love Educating Jeremy!


  • Willow

    27/12/2022 Duration: 44min

    Hello Educators! We are back with a brand new edition! We've been gone for over a year! WOW! Time flies when you are swamped at the day job. But, we're back! A little rusty, but here we are. This episode, Deana Marie educates Jeremy on the 1988 fantasy movie Willow, starring Warwick Davis, Joanne Whalley, and Val Kilmer. Hasn't everyone seen this movie? Well, not Jeremy! But that has been remedied! Check out this episode to see what he thought about it and if it "holds up". Also, towards the end, Jeremy refers to Chris Claremont as Chris Claremount. An easy mispronunciation but, rest assured, he has beaten himself about the head and shoulders for this egregious error.

  • Halloween Kills!

    29/10/2021 Duration: 54min

    This episode, Deana and Jeremy break the mold that the show is built on, and talk about the latest entry into the Halloween franchise, the newly released Halloween Kills! If you are an Educator, you know that Deana LOVES Horror movies, and that Halloween is one of her all time favorites. Listen in as these two discuss this...masterpiece?...disaster? You'll have to listen to find out! Happy Halloween, Educators!

  • Meet Me in St. Louis

    15/02/2021 Duration: 51min

    The holidays are over but while there's snow on the ground it still feels like Christmas.  Jeremy and Deana-Marie keep the holiday spirit going with the 1944 classic Meet Me in St. Louis, starring the incomparable Judy Garland, Margaret O'Brien, the "it girl" of silent films Mary Astor and Leon Ames.  Directed by Vincent Minelli and set just after the turn of the century, everyone is excited about the of t 1904 the World's Fair coming to St. Louis!

  • Die Hard

    20/12/2020 Duration: 25min

    This week, we have a very special guest in the studio! Jeremy's son Ian sits in to talk about the 1988 Christmas classic, Die Hard! While Jeremy has seen this one, Ian has not!

  • The Ghost of Flight 401

    24/11/2020 Duration: 52min

    This episode is an Educating Deana episode! Jeremy introduces Deana Marie to the movie that terrified hime as a child! The `978, made for TV movie, "he Ghost of Flight 401"!

  • Carrie

    07/10/2020 Duration: 01h04min

    It's almost impossible to believe we hadn't yet covered a film based on the writings of Stephen King.  Well, believe it!  This week we rectify that offense with the 1976 thriller Carrie, based on King's book and directed by Brian DePalma.  It was almost accidental how Deana-Marie and Jeremy landed on this movie, King's first novel and the first film made from one of his books.  Yes, he's a lucky son of a gun, and Deana-Marie's favorite author.  This episode is full of so much trivia, cast members popping up in other films and, as Jeremy called it, the slap fest of 1976.  

  • Hocus Pocus

    17/09/2020 Duration: 56min

    'Tis the season.  We're falling into fall, getting excited for Halloween and starting our seasonal movie watching early this year with the 1993 film Hocus Pocus, directed by Kenny Ortega, starring Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy, Sarah Jessica Parker and Thora Birch.  Will Jeremy enjoy this family Halloween comedy as much as Deana Marie?  All we can tell you for now is Jeremy wrote a subtitle for the movie - When You Get Outed as a Virgin by Three Witches.  Hurry up and listen, before we put a spell on you. 

  • Bill & Ted Face the Music

    30/08/2020 Duration: 57min

    We are back! After wwhat turned into a 5 month hiatus, we are back! And, this episode, we are talking about a new movie that neither of us had seen! We are talking about the 3rd installment of the Bill & Ted series! 

  • The Hunt

    22/04/2020 Duration: 01h06min

    This week Deana Marie and Jeremy discuss the new Blumhouse home release film The Hunt, written by Nick Cuse and Damon Lindelof, directed by Craig Zobel.  Called "a disturbance to our country" and "dangerous" our hosts get into their thoughts about the film and it's messages.  Spoilers are clearly marked so no worries if you want to watch The Hunt for yourself before listening to all the spoilery bits. 

  • The Invisible Man (2020 version)

    03/04/2020 Duration: 45min

    This episode is a little different. It's not a movie that Deana loves and Jeremy hasn't seen. It's a movie that NEITHER of them had seen... The Invisible Man!

  • Gaslight

    27/02/2020 Duration: 01h09min

    This week, Deana and Jeremy talk about the 1944 Ingrid Bergman film, Gaslight! Ever wonder where the term "gaslighting" came from? This is where!

  • The World's End

    13/02/2020 Duration: 01h07min

    On this episode, Deana Marie and Jeremy discuss the 2013 Simon Pegg, Nick Frost movie The World's End! Deana, as we all know, is a HUGE Simon Pegg fan. But, will Jerremy like this one? 

  • Absolutely Anything

    29/01/2020 Duration: 56min

    What do you do when the movie you've planned to watch is unavailable anywhere, you watch Absolutely Anything. It's a "Flip the Script" episode as Jeremy educates Deana Marie about - shockingly - a Simon Pegg film she's never seen. 

  • The Cutting Room Floor

    01/01/2020 Duration: 14min

    Recently a few members of the Educating Jeremy Discussion Group asked about what gets left on the cutting room floor.  Little did they know we've been keeping some of the bloopers and outtakes for a New Year's Eve surprise!  It's short, sweet, full of shenanigans and 100% classic Deana Marie and Jeremy.  Thank you for taking this crazy movie ride with us and we look forward to bringing you more episodes in 2020!

  • Miracle on 34th Street

    25/12/2019 Duration: 01h13min

    Since the listeners "demand" a Christmas episode, we had to release an episode featuring a traditional Christmas film - the 1947 holiday classic Miracle on 34th Street starring Maureen O'Hara, Edmund Gwenn, Natalie Wood and John Payne. This film is a staple in Deana Marie's holiday movie catalog and, of course, it's a first for Jeremy.  There's loads of holiday cheer, more laughs than ever and some of the best trivia we've ever shared.  Happy holidays to you and yours!

  • Krampus

    18/12/2019 Duration: 58min

    Merry Xmas Educators! This episode, Deana Marie educates Jeremy about the 2015 Holiday Horror movie, Krampus!

  • Bonus: Never Give Up, Never Surrender

    14/12/2019 Duration: 45min

    Deana Marie and Jeremy are back in a special bonus episode about the Galaxy Quest documentary Never Give Up, Never Surrender. This special Fathom Entertainment screening was a one night only engagement, and chance for our hosts to go deeper into space with the crew of the NTE-3120.

  • Halloween

    30/10/2019 Duration: 01h10min

    How is it possible Jeremy has never seen the film that launched horror slasher films, the 1978 John Carpenter and Debra Hill film Halloween, starring Jamie Lee Curtis. Deana Marie gives Jeremy quite a lot of shit for this one, although he did see the 2018 sequel.  Keep the Halloween spirit going with this episode dedicated to Michael Myers.  Our hosts discuss both the 1978 and 2018 films and share their thoughts about more sequels in the works.  Plus Jeremy's got some trivia in this episode that blows Deana Marie's mind.  Shocking, because she thinks she knows everything there is to know about Halloween!

  • Psycho

    16/10/2019 Duration: 01h16min

    This week, Deana Marie educates Jeremy on the 1960 classic, Psycho! They discuss the story, the history, and the trivia of this iconic entry into the Horror genre. Will Jeremy like it? Will he think it is outdated? Let's find out!

  • Friday The 13th

    25/09/2019 Duration: 59min

    Believe it, or not, Jeremy had never seen the original Friday The 13th! This film came out in 1980, hot on the heels of John Carpenter's Halloween. Let's find out what Jeremy thoughtabout this "must see" movie. 

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