Sunday, 4 December, 2016
With December arrived, let us take this opportunity to wish all our listeners (both long time members of the Movie Matters Podcast film appreciation community and newcomers alike) a very Merry Christmas! We hope you are enjoying the festive season and we also extend a very Happy New Year to you all! Roll on 2017 and another bumper year of movies.
Preparations are now under-way here at MM HQ – as we cram in any final notable films before locking our lists – to record and release our customary epic “Top 10 Films of the Year” episode. You can check on our viewing progress by perusing our 2016 UK Cinema Releases Eligibility List. Please feel free to leave a comment on that list recommending any films you feel we must make it a priority to see before finalising our respective Top 10 lists.
Our bumper-length yearly review shows are a cherished Movie Matters tradition – we’ve done one every year since we started the podcast back in 2010, and they’ve always proved to be interesting affairs with plenty of passionate and respectful differences of opinion.
As with our previous Top 10 specials, we’d love it if as many of our listeners as possible could submit their own Top 10 lists, either in text or MP3 form. (If submitting an MP3, please try to keep it below five minutes in length.) The criteria for which films qualify for inclusion are yours to decide, though let us know what they are. (Some examples: films released theatrically in your home country in 2016; released theatrically in the film’s country of origin in 2016; released on DVD/Blu-ray in 2016.)
In addition to your Top 10 favourites list, we’d also be very happy to hear what your biggest disappointment was, most pleasant surprise and indeed what your worst film of the year was. You can even namecheck your favourite TV show of 2016 too as well as your pick of the best DVD/Blu-ray release of the year.
NOTE: The DEADLINE for all listener list submissions is Saturday, 14th January, 2017.
Please leave a comment with your lists below or send them to email@example.com.
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