Piecing It Together

An All Points West Podcast

Brittany Runs A Marathon (Featuring Catherine Gonzales)

On the 89th episode of Piecing It Together, Catherine Gonzales from Shuffle Online joins me to talk about Brittany Runs A Marathon, a film about a woman who decides to make a change her life. Starring Jillian Bell, it’s a sweet movie with a great message. Puzzle pieces include The Big Sick, Rocky, Yes Man and Heavyweights.

Las Vegas Weekly Article

In case you missed it over on our social medias, the Las Vegas Weekly did a feature on me this week. Written by Leslie Ventura, it talks about all of the podcast work I’ve been doing with Piecing It Together as well as Bird Road, Awesome Movie Year and the upcoming All Rice No Beans.

LIVE from Sin City Horror Fest Wrap-Up

This past Sunday, September 15th Piecing It Together held its first live recording of the podcast during the 3rd annual Sin City Horror Fest. Film-critic Josh Bell of Awesome Movie Year Podcast and filmmaker/festival co-creator Drew Marvick joined me to discuss the shot-on-VHS horror-comedy, The Head. The film’s writer/director Michael Keene also joined us to talk about the film’s influences.

The Head (LIVE from Sin City Horror Fest)

On the 88th episode of Piecing It Together, it’s our first LIVE episode! We recorded in the theater right after the Sin City Horror Fest screening of The Head, an homage to shot-on-VHS horror of the 80s. Joining me is many-time co-host Josh Bell, first time co-host (and Sin City Horror Fest co-founder) Drew Marvick, and The Head’s writer/director Michael Keene. Puzzle pieces include Dead Alive, Re-Animator, Psycho and Desperate Living.

It Chapter Two (Featuring Tim Schermer)

On the 87th episode of Piecing It Together, Tim Schermer joins us to talk about It Chapter Two, the sequel to one of the most successful horror movies of all time. It’s based on the classic Stephen King novel and focuses on the grown up Loser’s Club taking on Pennywise the clown once and for all… Puzzle pieces include Nightmare On Elm Street, Beetlejuice, The Thing and Sam Raimi films.

Ready Or Not (Featuring JC Screen Fix)

On the 86th episode of Piecing It Together, JC from Screen Fix Podcast joins me to discuss the horror-comedy Ready Or Not. Initially a movie I planned on skipping due to the fact that I didn’t really love it, it seems like everyone keeps talking about this silly little movie, so we figured we might as well do it. Puzzle pieces include Game Night, Get Out, You’re Next and Surviving The Game.

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 Peanut Butter Falcon (Featuring Chad Clinton Freeman

On the 85th episode of Piecing It Together, Chad Clinton Freeman returns to the show to talk about the sweetest movie you’ll see this year, The Peanut Butter Falcon. A man with downs syndrome escapes from a hospital and goes on the run with a southern Shia LeBeouf as they travel the country to enroll in wrestling school. Puzzle pieces include Hunt For The Wilderpeople, Swiss Army Man, Wizard of Oz and Into The Wild.

Blinded By The Light (Featuring Jason Harris)

On the 84th episode of Piecing It Together, Jason Harris returns to the show to talk about a movie that’s set to the music of one of his favorite people in the world – Blinded By The Light and the music of Bruce Springsteen. It’s a sweet, crowd-pleaser that is as much about Springsteen as it is about finding your voice as a writer and connecting with something universal. Puzzle pieces include A Star Is Born, Billy Elliot, 8 Mile and Little Miss Sunshine.

The Last Black Man In San Francisco (Featuring Kris Krainock)

On the 83rd episode of Piecing It Together, Kris Krainock returns to the show to talk about one of his favorite movies of the year, the debut from writer/director Joe Talbot, The Last Black Man In San Francisco. This beautiful, surreal look at the effects of gentrification from A24 is one of the year’s best, most unique films. Puzzle pieces include The Royal Tenembaums, Do The Right Thing, The Florida Project and Atlanta.