M.Night Shyamalan Interviews

Thanksgiving is over and hope you guys had a good one with your relatives and friends. This weekend I have been searching  the net for some important Shyamalan interviews and I selected 3 good ones which are not that long, but they are useful if you are an aspiring writer or director. The first video is from Devil Premiere which we never posted before. And the last 3  videos are 3 part interviews with Rajeev Masand where Shyamalan talks about his personal life a little bit, The Happening, Lady In The Water, The Last Airbender, The Sixth Sense and all other controversial remarks against him. Check them out. They are not new interviews, but I find them interesting. And make sure to post your comments and let us know your thoughts.

Thanks to ChannelApa for the following video.


The following are 3 part interview with Rajeev Masand. Enjoy!



  1. Thanks for the video! Was surprised to learn he’s an Agatha Christie fan, though; I always thought she was pretty ordinary.

  2. M. Night is an amazing writer, director and person who brings a fresh perspective to film making. Quite frankly, I find the “bashing” of him or his movies to be short sighted, at best…especially concerning his recent movie “The Last Airbender”. I could write pages on the redeeming qualities of the Last Airbender; cinematically, spiritually, and philosophically. It is a movie that stimulates the senses and stirs the heart. I for one LOVE the Last Airbender and hope that a sequel is on the horizon.

    Thank you for posting these insightful interviews into the life and mind of a great film maker!

    You’ve got a great site here!


  3. Thanks for posting these interviews. I finally got around to watching The Last Airbender and loved it. The bashing on this film was sick and an awful example of the power of the new media to drive the public’s opinion. Can you say corporate brainwashing? Some very big corporations had it in for this movie from the start. I’m glad to see it still made $300 million worldwide despite the best efforts of the critical media to derail it. I’m hoping for a sequel.

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