The Wizard of Oz

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.

Midsommar (Featuring Josh Bell)

On the 71st episode of Piecing It Together, film-critic Josh Bell joins me for one of the most anticipated movies of the year, Ari Aster’s sophomore effort, Midsommar. It’s an insane trip into the Swedish countryside filled with lots of strangeness and an excellent central performance by Florence Pugh. Puzzle pieces include mother!, Dogville, The Witch and the films of Wes Anderson.

Breaking It Apart 5 – The Wizard of Oz

On the 5th episode of the special episode series called Breaking It Apart, two members of the Las Vegas band Black Camaro, TG Miller and returning guest Brian Garth join me to discuss the 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz starring Judy Garland. Along the way we also discuss Black Camaro’s new album “Protocol of Dreams” which just came out today. Puzzle pieces include Army of Darkness, Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory, Benji The Hunted and Pleasantville.

The Nun (Featuring Chad Clinton Freeman)

On the 27th episode of Piecing It Together, returning co-host Chad Clinton Freeman and I discuss The Nun, the newest entry in the ever expanding Conjuring Universe. The horrifying character who made her debut in The Conjuring 2 and Annabelle 2 finally gets her own movie, diving deep back into how this evil Nun character got her start and set off the events that would build the Conjuring universe and a world of unspeakable evil… It’s also absolutely ridiculous, hokey and hilarious and a great fun time at the movies! Puzzle pieces include Indiana Jones, Evil Dead, the Universal Classic Monsters and Scooby Doo.