Manish Mathur (@TheManish89) is your guide through the genre films of M. Night Shyamalan, leading up to the release of his new film, Glass. For episode seven, Manish welcomes Shah (@theshahshahid) on to discuss 2010's The Last Airbender, the live action adaptation of the beloved animated series. Yes, it's one of the lowest of low points for Shyamalan, but is there anything of worth in this much-ridiculed film? Listen and hear their thoughts.
It’s one-and-done time for Mr. George Lazenby in one of the best Bond films.
The first detour of For Fresh Eyes Only leads to a dead end.
Neil Jordan’s female focused vampire drama starring Saoirse Ronan is definitely worth seeking out.
In the mood for a gothic slowburner set in a girls private school?
Ernst Stavro Blofield. What a cool name.
What could’ve been just another softcore porn movie, turns out to be a dazzling piece of filmmaking.
The final installment of our long running column aptly finds Manish exploring Hitch’s final film, this black comedy starring Bruce Dern and Karen Black.
A film buried by the release of Goodfellas deserves to have its due 29 years later.
Marcus heads to the Caribbean and the underwater Thunderball.
Hitchcock’s dabbling in the screwball comedy arena is more interesting than entertaining but has a terrific lead performance from Carole Lombard.