Mullholland Drive

The Lighthouse (Featuring Bee Garner)

On the 98th episode of Piecing It Together, Bee Garner joins me for a Robert Pattinson reunion of sorts (she previously was on the High Life episode) with our conversation about Robert Eggers’ The Lighthouse (also starring Willem Dafoe). This A24 film starts at crazy and just goes off the rails from there, masterfully acted and shot in gorgeous black & white. Puzzle pieces include The Shining, Persona, Eraserhead and Step Brothers.

Under The Silver Lake (Featuring Bee Garner)

On the 61st episode of Piecing It Together, Bee Garner from Filmotomy and JumpCut Online joins me to talk about the polarizing Under The Silver Lake. After an iffy premiere at Cannes, distributor A24 got cold feet, allowing it to leak online, then delaying it over and over until David Robert Mitchell’s follow-up to It Follows was dumped to VOD. Which sucks. Because it’s a cult classic in the making. Puzzle pieces include The Big Lebowski, They Live, Burn After Reading and Rear Window.

The Beast (Featuring Josh Bell)

On the 26th episode of Piecing It Together, co-host Josh Bell and I discuss The Beast, a local feature from Las Vegas-based filmmakers Ryan & Cody LeBoeuf. The Beast originally screened at film festivals under the name Rabbit Days before picking up distribution and getting the name change. It’s a crazy, mind-trip of a movie about a play director who lures some guests to his home with the promise of great opportunity, but what they find when they arrive goes from weird to bad to much worse. Puzzle pieces include The House on Haunted Hill, The Invitation, Mullholand Drive and Waiting For Guffman.

Best F(r)iends (Featuring Ryan Daugherty)

On the 6th episode of Piecing It Together, co-host Ryan Daughterty and I discuss quite possibly the most important movie of the year… The reunion of The Room’s Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero in the new film Best F(r)iends. It’s at the same time crazier than you’d expect and better than you’d expect. It’s quite frankly, a beautiful enigma. Puzzle pieces (Inspirations) include A Simple Plan, Mullholand Drive, Twin Peaks and of course, The Room.

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