This week on The Collider Podcast, we're joined by TV editor Allison Keene to talk about the first couple episodes of the new season of Game of Thrones. We discuss the show's trajectory, how it's kicked off season 7, where we think it could go from here, how its dealt with its strengths and weaknesses, and much more.
This week on The Collider Podcast, we're talking about Dunkirk. We discuss how it feels like the film director Christopher Nolan has been building to his entire career, why it works as an experience more than traditional narrative, the entirety of Nolan's filmography, and much more. We then dig into reader hot takes before moving onto our recommendations.
This week on The Collider Podcast, we lead off by talking about The Big Sick, its Oscar chances, why it's such an effective romantic comedy, and more. Then we move on to a non-spoiler discussion of War for the Planet of the Apes before moving into a more spoiler-filled conversation (don't worry; we provide ample warning before getting into the spoilers). We finish up with our recommendations.
This week on The Collider Podcast, we're talking about Spider-Man: Homecoming. We talk about why the film works so well, how it compares to to other Marvel movies as well as previous Spider-Man movies, why the Vulture is such a great villain, how Spidey might factor into Avengers: Infinity War, and much more.
This week on The Collider Podcast, we're talking about Baby Driver and Okja. When it comes to Baby Driver, we talk about the success the film found over the weekend, how it's uniquely Edgar Wright's vision, why it's probably for the best that he didn't direct Ant-Man, and much more. As for Okja, we talk about whether or not Netflix needs to change its distribution model, the bleakness director Bong Joon Ho weaves into traditional narratives, and more. We then finish up with recommendations.