The Beast – Ryan & Cody LeBoeuf Interview (Special Episode)

On this Special Episode of Piecing It Together, we follow-up Episode 26’s The Beast with an interview with the film’s writer/directors Ryan & Cody LeBoeuf. The brothers are based here in Las Vegas, so getting to not only cover their film, but do this follow-up where we discuss some of the puzzle pieces we got into on the original episode was an awesome experience. Josh Bell and I really enjoyed The Beast, so we encourage you to watch it on Amazon and then check out this interview!

As always, SPOILER ALERT for The Beast and all the movies we discuss.

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About the Author
David Rosen is an award-winning music composer and producer who composes music for film and TV as well as his albums of instrumental music. He also hosts the Piecing It Together podcast and is the co-host of the Bird Road Podcast here on the All Points West Network.

One comment on “The Beast – Ryan & Cody LeBoeuf Interview (Special Episode)

  1. Rusty Meyers says:

    I just found this site. Let me know if you want to have me as a guest on the show. Here’s some info on what I do for a living. I’m a 40+ year vested and pension collecting SAG AFTRA AEA member. I’ve lived here in LV for 20 years, but I also lived and worked as a fulltime actor in both LA and NY for 20 years as well. or you can also email me at

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