In what is somehow our second longest episode to date, we decided to take a look at the quickly-escalating career of writer/director Taylor Sheridan, in honor of this summer’s controversial new release Sicario: Day of the Soldado. We discuss the themes, politics, and marketing tactics of the new release, as well as our predictions for the planned third installment. We were all surprised to find out how much we geek out over Sheridan’s stories, and we hope that you’ll give it a listen, whether you’ve seen the movies or not. Enjoy!
Hosted by Sam Noland, Jason Read, and Anthony Battaglia!
- 1:38 – Introduction to Taylor Sheridan
- 8:47 – Vile (2011)
- 26:25 – Sicario (2015)
- 42:33 – Hell or High Water (2016)
- 56:27 – Wind River (2017)
- 1:08:36 – Yellowstone (2018)
- 1:13:35 – Sicario: Day of the Soldado (2018)
- 1:35:36 – Reading some of your feedback
- 1:41:08 – Conclusion
Question For You: Have you seen any of Taylor Sheridan’s movies? If so, what do you think?
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7 thoughts on “The Taylor Sheridan Episode – Anyway, That’s All I Got!”
Great episode PodPeople! One of the best yet! Motivated me to see Wind River, Sicario, and the sequel. Wind River is on Netflix. Where can I see Sicario? Taylor Sheridan, btw, was great the first two seasons of Sons of Anarchy!
Taylor Sheridan played the Deputy Sheriff, next in line to be Sheriff, during the first two seasons of Sons of Anarchy, available on Netflix.
This was a terrific episode. Thanks for recommending Yellow Stone, I’ll have to check that out.
Ah I see you’ve done an episode about one of my favorite screenwriters in the business. Question for you Anyway folks, would you be open to another film directed by Sheridan, and if so, who would you pitch as his filmmaking cast and crew?
This is my all time favorite. Love to watch it again. I have also watched it live on some movie app.
PodPeople: Sam, you describe “Vile” as a “Jason Movie.” Perhaps the PodPeople could devote an episode to “Jason Movies,” wherein Jason hosts and submits a list of movies that Sam and Anthony have to watch, movies that they haven’t necessarily seen before. Hilarity ensues… Think of the possibilities…