Special Episode

Top 10 Films Of The Decade (Special Episode)

On this special episode of Piecing It Together, Josh Bell from Awesome Movie Year joins me to countdown our Top 10 Favorite Films of the Decade. Yes, the decade… It’s quite the undertaking to try to even remember the hundreds of movies I’ve seen in the last ten years, let alone try to come up with a meaningful ranking of them… But we did it.

Top 10 Film Scores Of The Decade (Special Episode)

On this special episode of Piecing It Together, one of my oldest friends and fellow composer TJ Kross joins me to talk about our picks for the best Film Scores of the decade. This is a very special episode for me because I spent most of this decade chasing the dream of being a film music composer, so it’s obviously a subject near and dear to my heart.

Top 10 TV Shows Of The Decade (Special Episode)

On this special episode of Piecing It Together, it’s a cross-over episode with my other podcast Bird Road! Q and I love talking about TV, even though I rarely make time to watch any of it… So he was the perfect person to talk about the best shows of the last decade. Along with our Top 10s we also get into some specific extra categories and it’s a great, long conversation.

Best Video Games of The Decade (Special Episode)

On this special episode of Piecing It Together, Will Hines stops by to help me out with the first in a series of special episodes that looks back at the 2010s decade. For this one, we’re looking at our favorite video games of the decade. Obviously this is a very different kind of conversation for this show, but we had a great time reminiscing about a long list of great video games.

The Irishman (My Parent’s Review Special Episode)

On this special episode of Piecing It Together, David’s parents share their reactions to Martin Scorsese’s gangster epic, The Irishman. Get Rich & Sunny’s thoughts on the film’s length, Netflix distribution, which actor did the best job and more all while their dog the Koda Bear licks the floor for 20 straight minutes on this ridiculous bonus episode.

Piecing Dave Together (A Look Back At His Decade)

On this special episode of Piecing It Together, my fiancee Gina Mizzoni joins me to celebrate 100 episodes of the podcast and talk about this decade of my life. We talk about our life together, this podcast, producing podcasts, composing music, my albums, our pets, our adventures and more.

Jesus Is King (Featuring Phil A)

On this special mini episode, Phil A and I record our first impressions of the experience that was the IMAX screening of Kanye West’s Jesus Is King. Part film, part music video, part live performance… Love him or hate him, Kanye West is one of the most unique artists working today, and while the film doesn’t warrant a full length episode, it was definitely worth talking about.

Cinephile – A Card Game (Special Episode)

On this special episode of Piecing It Together, Josh Bell & Jason Harris from Awesome Movie Year Podcast join me to play a few rounds of a new party game for movie fans, Cinephile! We probably should have spent a little more time reading the rules before we started, but we had a fun time anyway, and you can win a copy of the game in our Facebook group Popcorn & Puzzle Pieces.

The VelociPastor – Brendan Steere Interview (Special Episode)

On this special episode we follow up Episode 82’s conversation about The VelociPastor with an interview with the film’s writer/director Brendan Steere. After a silly viral trailer, Brendan moved on with his career, but eventually found himself wanting to return to this parody of B-Movie horror-schlock. Who would have thought that the movie with the silly title would end up being so fun?

Faces & Aces – Las Vegas Piecing It Together (Special Episode)

On this Special Episode of Piecing It Together, I’m actually just reposting an episode of the Faces & Aces Podcast I was recently a guest on. I was contacted by the show’s host to join him for a special episode in which we took the Piecing It Together formula and applied it to the city I live in, Las Vegas, NV. Using the format, we came up with a list of movies that represent Las Vegas. It’s a fun talk and I thought you’d all want to hear it. Puzzle pieces include The Hangover, Swingers, Spy and Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas.