Tag: TJ Kross

Uncharted (Featuring TJ Kross)

On the 249th episode of Piecing It Together, it’s finally time to release our long lost episode on Sony’s attempt to bring the classic video game series Uncharted to the big screen. Returning guest TJ Kross joined me for this one when it was still in theaters, but there was never a good spot to release it. Now that the film is on Netflix, it’s finally time to dive into the adventure.

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Top 10 Film Scores of 2021 (Special Episode)

On this special episode of Piecing It Together, composer TJ Kross joins me to take a look back at 2021 and some of our favorite film scores of the year! We both come from a background of composing music for film, so we thought it would be a fun chance to talk about some of the best of last year including The Power Of The Dog, The Green Knight, The Last Duel and more!

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Top 10 Film Scores Of The Decade (Special Episode)

On this special episode of Piecing It Together, one of my oldest friends and fellow composer TJ Kross joins me to talk about our picks for the best Film Scores of the decade. This is a very special episode for me because I spent most of this decade chasing the dream of being a film music composer, so it’s obviously a subject near and dear to my heart.

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Super Episode)

On the 107th episode of Piecing It Together, it’s time for another super-episode! I’m joined by JC, TJ, David Michor, Adam Wells, The Lady-Wan and Joe Black to talk about the epic conclusion to the 9 film Star Wars story in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Of course it won’t really be the end, but it’s still Star Wars so the only proper way to cover it is with multiple guests.

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Uncharted: Live Action Fan Film (Featuring TJ Kross)

On the 20th episode of Piecing It Together, returning co-host TJ Kross and I discuss the Uncharted Live Action Fan Film. Uncharted is based on the hit video-game series, one that always made sense for a film but every time Hollywood started trying to get one off the ground it would lose momentum, directors or actors and go back to the drawing board. All the while, fans asked for the actor Nathan Fillion to play the role of Nathan Drake, and somehow, director Allan Ungar finally made it happen. At 15 minutes, this fan film is unlike anything we’ve ever covered on the show before, but it still made for a great conversation with plenty of other movie (and video-game) inspirations to talk about. Puzzle pieces include Tomb Raider, Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Da Vinci Code and Mission Impossible.

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