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This week, on The Collider podcast, we are joined by the Associate Editor Greg smith to talk of Old and films by screenwriter and director M. Night Shyamalan. We talk about the strengths and weaknesses of Old, how it reflects Shyamalan’s previous work, how his career and his films have changed since the great success of The sixth Sense, why are we glad that Shyamalan is making crazy movies like Old, and much more. Then we finish with Recently Seen.

For those unfamiliar with the show, The Collider Podcast has been running since 2012 (when it was called The Collision) with hosts Matt Goldberg and Adam Chitwood talking about the latest movies and top news affecting the industry. entertainment. While the podcast has morphed over the years as we have bounced between different platforms and site owners, we are now pleased to have the podcast on Megaphone, which means you can find The Collider Podcast wherever you get your podcasts. . New episodes are generally released every Monday or Tuesday with an occasional bonus episode if there is more than one topic to talk about in a given week.

If you like the show, be sure to leave us a review to let us know what we’re doing right so we can keep doing it. We are grateful to all of our listeners and want to hear from you, so stay in touch. Plus we have the return of Reader Hot Takes! When you leave us a review, please include your hottest movie or TV shot and we’ll get back to you in our next episode.

Check out the new episode below and be sure to subscribe! If you want to talk to us about The Collider Podcast, reach out to Twitter at @MattGoldberg Y @Adam Chitwood.


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