Tag: Alien: Covenant

Eternals (Featuring James Anderson)

On the 211th episode of Piecing It Together, James Anderson joins me to talk about the movie that Marvel is resting the next who knows how many years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe on, Chloe Zhao’s Eternals. Luckily, it doesn’t matter whether it’s actually good or not, because Marvel can’t fail. Puzzle pieces include Alien Covenant, Interview With A Vampire, Ancient Aliens and Zack Snyder’s DC movies (sorry, not sorry).

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Dune (Featuring Josh Bell)

On the 210th episode of Piecing It Together, Josh Bell from Awesome Movie Year returns to the podcast to help me find some puzzle pieces for Denis Villeneuve’s years in the making adaptation of the sci-fi classic Dune. It’s kind of tough to figure out what inspired a movie that is based on source material that inspired so much that’s come since, but we found some great picks. Puzzle pieces include The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Matrix, Dunkirk and Avatar.

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Halloween Kills (Featuring David Michor)

On the 207th episode of Piecing It Together, filmmaker David Michor returns to the podcast to discuss one of his favorite character’s return to the big screen (and small screen on Peacock), Michael Myers in Halloween Kills. Spoiler Alert, but it was a big disappointment for both of us. Puzzle pieces include The Simpsons, Frankenstein, Alien Covenant, and depending on where you’re sitting, either The Last Jedi or The Rise of Skywalker…

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Breaking It Apart 2 – 2001 A Space Odyssey

On the 2nd episode of the special episode series called Breaking It Apart, co-host Kris Krainock and I take a look NOT at a new movie and what movies inspired it, but at a classic movie and what movies were inspired BY it… And this time we’re looking at the classic Stanley Kubrick feature 2001: A Space Odyssey. Somehow depicting outer space before we even made it out there, and with some of the most breathtaking visuals ever put to film, 2001 recently had an IMAX re-release which really let the amazingly unique and trippy views of outer space and wormholes shine. Narrowing down the influences on this one were especially difficult as the film clearly laid the groundwork for all of sci-fi from when it was released in 1968 to today. Puzzle pieces include Star Wars, The Tree of Life, Adaptation and The Simpsons.

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