Podcast Tag: The Hateful 8

The Royal Hotel (Featuring Megan Kearns)

On the 335th episode of Piecing It Together, Megan Kearns from Spoilerpiece Theater joins me to talk about The Royal Hotel. Kitty Green’s follow-up to The Assitant is another excellent feminist film that also draws inspiration from some tense genre movies. Puzzle pieces include Hotel Coolgarie, Green Room, Support The Girls and It Comes At Night.

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Windfall (Featuring Josh Bell)

On the 231st episode of Piecing It Together, Josh Bell returns to the podcast to discuss the Hitchcockian Netflix dark comedy thriller Windfall starring Jesse Plemmons, Jason Segel and LIly Collins. The film didn’t make much noise when it dropped a couple weeks ago but we had a great time with it. Puzzle pieces include The Ref, Parasite, The Social Network and plenty of Hitchcock.

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Breaking It Apart 9 – The Thing (Featuring Troy Howarth and Tony Strauss)

On the 9th episode of the special episode series called Breaking It Apart, I’m joined by Weng’s Chop’s Tony Strauss and Troy Howarth, the author of Assault On The System: The Nonconformist Cinema of John Carpenter to talk about the 1982 classic The Thing. This influential horror classic wasn’t a hit when it was released, but has gone on to be considered one of the ultimate films when it comes to paranoia, suspense and horrific practical effects.

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Knives Out (Featuring Jay Ledbetter)

On the 104th episode of Piecing It Together, new co-host Jay Ledbetter from InSession Film Podcast joins me to talk about one of the most awaited movies of the year, Rian Johnson’s Knives Out. With an insanely star studded cast, Knives Out gives Johnson the chance to not only make a classic whodunnit murder mystery, but send up the genre at the same time. Puzzle pieces include Clue, The Hateful 8, Get Out and Hot Fuzz.

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Bad Times at the El Royale (Featuring Ryan Daugherty)

On the 33rd episode of Piecing It Together, returning co-host Ryan Daugherty and I discuss (for a really long time, so get ready) Drew Goddard’s Bad Times at the El Royale. Ryan and I are obsessed with Goddard’s Cloverfield series so we jumped at the chance to cover this mystery about a group of strangers who converge on an old motel located on the California-Nevada border… And while we weren’t The Cloverfield Paradox level disappointed, we didn’t exactly love our stay at the El Royale. Puzzle pieces include every Quentin Tarantino movie, Lost, Smokin’ Aces, and No Country for Old Men.

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