On the 121st episode of Piecing It Together, filmmaker Michael Keene joins me to talk about one of the most ridiculous movies you can stream from home during your quarantine: Glenn Danzig’s Verotika. Based on his line of borderline-porn horror comics, starring mostly porn stars with fake French accents and lots of blood… It’s a crazy movie, and depending on the crowd you watch it with, a great time. Puzzle pieces include Wishmaster, Mortal Kombat, Orgazmo and Sin City.
On the 118th episode of Piecing It Together, Adam Wells joins me to talk about the latest Nicolas Cage freak out, the H.P. Lovecraft adaptation Color Out Of Space. Directed by Richard Stanley, it’s a wild cosmic horror family drama and is out now on VOD. Puzzle pieces include The Thing, Annihilation, Suspiria, and Ordinary People.
On the 54th episode of Piecing It Together, Kris Krainock joins me to talk about Gaspar Noe’s head-trip of an experience, Climax. A dance troupe in France decides to follow-up their most recent rehearsal with a little laid back dance party, but someone spiked the sangria and all hell breaks loose. Puzzle pieces include mother!, Suspiria, Possession and Event Horizon.
On the 29th episode of Piecing It Together, returning co-host David Quinones and I discuss Mandy… A movie that promises the craziest Nicolas Cage performance you’ve ever seen, and actually pretty much delivers (well to be fair he’s got a TON of crazy performances to choose from so lets just say it lives up to his legacy). At its core it’s a revenge film about a man who goes after a religious cult after they murder his wife, but it’s much more than that and one of the most unique films to come along in a while. Puzzle pieces include Army of Darkness, The Wall, Tommy and Heavy Metal album covers.