This week on The Collision, Adam and Dave were unavailable due to prior commitments, but I really wanted to do an episode since we’ve been so sporadic lately due to all of us traveling at various points in the past six weeks. Going solo, I decided to open up the floor to our readers, and asked them to send in questions. Based on comments on my other articles, I expected a lot of sarcastic, vitriolic questions, but what I got were plenty of thoughtful, genuinely curious inquiries. I was asked about my favorite movies, directors, how I got involved with Collider, how the site and sites like ours function, and other topics. I managed to answer everyone’s questions (or all the questions that were posted by the time of the recording), but this episode runs 90 minutes as opposed to our usual hour. That’s right: I talked for 90 minutes straight. Not sure how I feel about that. As a side note, you’re going to hear some clapping on the track, because apparently I clap when I’m talking to no one in particular.
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