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Audio Mullet: Discussing topics that are out of fashion, and yet eternally cool, audibly. Featuring Mike Nelson of Rifftrax, Doug TenNapel of Earthworm Jim, and Ethan Nicolle of Axe Cop. This is not an explicit podcast but it is also not recommended for kids.
 
This podcast is an audio highlight reel: fiery debates, life-changing seminars, practical workshops, and the "best of" conferences, sermons, and audiobooks. At Canon Press, we're gospel outfitters: no matter who you are or what you do, you're called to be increasing in faithfulness. That's because Jesus's death and resurrection changed everything: All of Christ, for all of life, for all the world.
 
I am Chris Hardwick. This podcast used to be called Nerdist. Now it is not. It is still basically just me talking about stuff and things with my two nerdy friends Jonah Ray and Matt Mira when they’re available, and usually someone more famous and smarter than all of us. Swearing is still fun, so we still do that occasionally. I hope you like this new iteration which is the same as before, but if a name hangs you up unhealthily I’m sure you will not hesitate to unfurl your rage not only in th ...
 
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This week on episode 68 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on Willy Wonka rumors, Ethan Hawke's casting in Marvel's Moon Knight, and Netflix's decision to bring back Aziz Ansari's acclaimed comedy Master of None. Elsewhere, Jeff reviews the school shooting movie Run Hide Fight as well as the indie thriller Do…
 
Elisabeth Shue is a fantastic guest on the podcast! As someone who has been in some of the most iconic pop culture touchstones (Karate Kid, Back to the Future II & III, Adventures in Babysitting, Leaving Las Vegas, The Boys) there's a lot to talk about. In addition, she is very cool, kind, and open while sharing some great advice for staying ground…
 
This week on The Collider Podcast, we're joined by TV Editor Liz Shannon Miller to talk about WandaVision. During our discussion, we talk about how the show upends expectations of the MCU, why it's such a great homage to classic sitcoms, different kinds of sitcoms it could references throughout its run, a brief history of Marvel shows before WandaV…
 
This week on episode 67 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on Chris Evans' way-too-soon return to the MCU, the atrocious casting of Nicole Kidman as Lucille Ball, and Armie Hammer's kink scandal. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Hollywood's folly in resuming production, WarnerMedia's expensive mistake, Amazon's $2…
 
This week on The Collider Podcast, we're talking about movies we're excited to see in 2021. We talk about how the release schedule is still largely in flux, what the theatrical experience could look like this year, how distribution could change, why we want to see movies in theaters again, what festivals could be like, what delays could be on the h…
 
This week on episode 66 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider delves into Ray Fisher's latest Twitter controversy as well as the Run Hide Fight distribution saga before offering up his Oscar picks from movies like Sound of Metal and Nomadland. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about the MCU scribe who Kevin Feige tapped to write the …
 
This week on The Collider Podcast, we're joined by The Kingcast co-host Scott Wampler to talk about the scores of Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross. Wampler is a die-hard Nine Inch Nails fan, so he walks us through the rise of that band, what they've meant to music, Reznor's move into scoring films with Ross, why some of their scores succeed while others…
 
Happy New Year! This week on episode 65 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider offers up his year in review, from the Top 10 Movies of 2020 to the Top 25 TV Shows. Additionally, he lists his 10 Worst Movies of 2020, starting with the head-scratching comic book movie The New Mutants. Jeff also runs down his most anticipated…
 
Matthew McConaughey is the dang best! In this super fun conversation, MM chats with Chris about learning how to go with the flow, living with technology, self-awareness, his initially quick rise to fame, how he "unbranded" to "rebrand", and maintaining that ever-important work/life balance. His new memoir is entitled "Greenlights", is available now…
 
This week on the second of two new The Collider Podcast episodes, we're running down our Top 10 films 0f 2020. It should be noted that these lists are still subject to change (we recorded this on Monday, December 28th, and our lists don't publish until the 30th and 31st), but also that defining a "2020 movie" was particularly difficult this year as…
 
This week on the first of two new The Collider Podcast episodes, we're joined by editor Drew Taylor to talk about Soul and Wonder Woman 1984. We kick things off with a discussion of Soul, director Pete Docter's incredible track record, how it differs from other Pixar movies, the controversy surrounding the voice actors, how the movie breaks away fr…
 
Happy Holidays! This week on episode 64 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider reviews Wonder Woman 1984 and weighs in on a shocking murder plot involving one of Netflix's Chinese executives, as well as the antiquated HFPA ruling to bar Minari from competing for Best Picture at the Golden Globes. Elsewhere, Jeff talks abou…
 
This week on the second of two new The Collider Podcast episodes this week, we're joined by TV editor Liz Shannon Miller to talk about the best TV of 2020. We discuss our favorite new shows, ongoing hits that continued to deliver, gems that deserve a bigger audience, the most exasperating docuseries of the year, and much more. We then finish up wit…
 
This week on the first of two new The Collider Podcast episodes, we're talking about Christopher Nolan's Tenet. Now that the film is on 4K and digital, we have spoiler-filled discussion about the movie's various shortcomings, why it feels like a conflict between concept and execution, the lack of compelling themes and characters, how the movie comp…
 
Writer/Director Chris Columbus (Gremlins, Home Alone, Goonies, Harry Potter) joins Chris and tells some fantastic stories about working on some of your favorite movies! Chris C also talks about how a chance moment with Steven Spielberg launched his career, why infusing heart into a story is vital, and how difficult it can be to connect with one's o…
 
This week on the second of two new The Collider Podcast episodes, we're joined by TV editor Liz Shannon Miller for a spoiler-filled discussion of The Mandalorian Season 2. We discuss how we felt about the series coming off its first season, how the show's identity solidified in its second season, where the show fits into the larger Star Wars univer…
 
This week on episode 63 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider recaps a whirlwind Disney Investor Day that saw multiple Star Wars and Marvel shows and movies announced along with the director of a new Fantastic Four movie. Elsewhere, Jeff weighs in on Tom Cruise's COVID-19 rant on the set of Mission: Impossible 7, Chris Pi…
 
This week on the first of two new The Collider Podcast episodes, we're talking about The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies. Both trilogies arrived on 4K Ultra Blu-ray at the beginning of this month, so we figured now would be a good time to revisit the franchise. We discuss why Lord of the Rings works so well, how it made necessary changes…
 
The Collider Podcast is back! After a six-week hiatus where we were between podcast providers, we are now teamed up with Megaphone to bring you our show wherever you get your podcasts. Also, for the rest of the year, we're doing two episodes a week, and on our second episode this week we're discussing WarnerMedia's controversial strategy to simulta…
 
This week on episode 62 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider delves deeper into AT&T's decision to send WB's entire 2021 slate to HBO Max and addresses Christopher Nolan's scathing thoughts surrounding the move. Elsewhere, Jeff weighs in on all the Spider-Man 3 news, Oscar Isaac's Metal Gear Solid movie, Ben Affleck re-t…
 
The Collider Podcast is back! After a six-week hiatus where we were between podcast providers, we are now teamed up with Megaphone to bring you our show wherever you get your podcasts. Also, for the rest of the year, we're doing two episodes a week, and first up this week is a look back at the work of director David Fincher. We make our way through…
 
This week on The Collider Podcast we're joined by The Witching Hour hosts Perri Nemiroff and Haleigh Foutch to talk about the state of horror in 2020. We talk about horror getting discovered on streamers without competition from blockbuster horror, how the term "elevated horror" needs to die forever, the scariest movies we've ever seen, and more. W…
 
This week on The Collider Podcast we're talking about writer/director Aaron Sorkin. We discuss all of Sorkin's movies and TV series, his latest film The Trial of the Chicago 7, his strengths and weaknesses as a writer, why his work can be endearing even when Sorkin's worst tendencies emerge, the history of his various projects, and more. We then fi…
 
This week on The Collider Podcast we're joined by very special guest Bob Gale, the co-writer of the Back to the Future trilogy. With the trilogy hitting 4K Blu-ray on October 20th, Gale sat down to talk with us about his memories of making the films, filming the sequels back-to-back, how they pitched Universal on the financials, his irritation with…
 
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