This week on The Collider Podcast, we're talking about the 88th Academy Awards. We go through all 24 categories and give our predictions, talk about which ones are the close races, which ones are the locks, how to win your Oscar pool, the constant competition between Mad Max: Fury Road and The Revenant throughout the night, and more.
This week on The Collider Podcast, we're talking about Deadpool and The Witch. When it comes to Deadpool, we talk about the film's success, our thoughts on the movie's strengths and weaknesses, the wrong lessons other studios could take from the film, and more. As for The Witch, we just discuss why it's so great, why horror means different things to different people, and more. And finally, we've got the returns of recommendations!
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Finally, we're starting up a mailbag segment, so if you have any questions for us, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. Just as a heads up, next week we'll be talking Oscars, so if you have any questions pertaining to this year's Academy Awards, we might have some answers for you.
This week on our second of two new episodes for The Collider Podcast, we talk about Hail, Caesar! and the films of the Coen Brothers. We talk about the reaction to Hail, Caesar!, how the TV spots were misleading, the Coens' esoteric sense of humor, their unique place in American cinema, the diversity of genres in their filmography, the tone of their movies, our favorite and least-favorite, and more.
This week on our first of two new episodes for The Collider Podcast, we talk about the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. We talk about our favorite films like Manchester by the Sea and Sing Street, the films we disliked such as Yoga Hosers, the impact of The Birth of a Nation, Sundance culture, how Sundance films might play out in the year ahead, acquisitions and distributors, and more.