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The Collider Podcast

Collider.com's editors Matt Goldberg and Adam Chitwood discuss the latest movies, TV series, news, and various topics related to the entertainment business. The show is full of wit, warmth, learning, love, and laughter. It's good family fun except for all the swearing.
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Now displaying: January, 2016
Jan 21, 2016

This week on The Collider Podcast, we talk about the 2016 Oscar nominations and the films of Michael Bay.  When it comes to the Oscars, we talk about the controversial lack of non-white nominees, the surprise nominations, the snubs, if the Academy will be making any changes, the films we're rooting for, and more.  As for Bay, we look at filmography, talk about his newest film 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, the politics of his movies, his limitations as a filmmaker, and more.

Jan 12, 2016

This week on The Collider Podcast, we've got a supersized episode previewing the upcoming year in movies.  We don't have time to touch on every single film, but we manage to hit pretty much every major release coming our way in 2016.  We also reveal our most-anticipated film of the year, explain why our most-anticipated list wasn't "baiting" anyone, give our predictions for what will be the highest-grossing film of 2016, and more.

Jan 6, 2016

This week on The Collider Podcast, we've got a couple of neo-westerns for you.  First up, we talk about The Hateful Eight (our discussion does go into spoilers, so don't listen until you've seen the film), how it compares to Quentin Tarantino's past work, how he's grown as a director, what we want to see him do next, and much more about his filmography.  We then move onto The Revenant, our issues with the film (Adam thought it was interesting; Matt did not care for it), cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki, and much more.

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