This week we look back at some of our misplays from Series 1, and adjust our scorecards accordingly for Harry Potter, Gravity, and The Artist.
On this week's episode we've got four tributes in the Capitol fighting to the death over The Hunger Games and its score by James Newton Howard. May the beers ever be in your flavour!
We admit that we've been a little hard on Uncle Hans recently. So, for this week's episode, we somehow landed on Cool Runnings... and it's actually good.
On our first-ever comPOSERS Breaking News episode, we attempt to stay current by recording a live(ish) episode and discussing up-to-date movie score news.
On this week's episode, Kevin Costner reminds us of our moral obligation to shoot at people who drink alcohol. Join us in the Prohibition era as we listen to the legendary Ennio Morricone's score for The Untouchables.
Hungover from last night? We got you covered. Today we discuss our most-anticipated scores of 2020!
On this week's episode we're listening to Michael Kamen's score for Die Hard and discussing one of the world's most serious and divisive ongoing debates: "is Die Hard a Christmas movie?"
Join the boys as they finally tackle a Star War: the one that started them all. Come enjoy John Williams' iconic score with us!
This week we get into the Christmas spirit by breaking down Arnold Schwarzenegger's costly and unlawful path of destruction in Jingle All The Way, while listening to David Newman's score for the film.
We've somehow made it this far without talking about a Batman film so tonight we break our only rule... and talk about Batman films.
This week the boys are on Mars (OR ARE WE?!) to chill with Arnold Schwarzenegger and his weird Dutch buddy Paul Verhoeven in the original Total Recall, scored by Jerry Goldsmith.
This week, the trio is rushing and dragging and "not quite on" JK Simmons' tempo while discussing the dramatic jazz joint Whiplash.
On this week's special, we use a listener's request as an excuse to get drunk on a weekend and talk broadly about why we love film scores!
This week, the boys are joined by guest Amanda Factor to discuss the Thanksgiving classic Planes, Trains and Automobiles!
This week, we're in way over our heads as we try to break down one of the best films and scores of all time, Bernard Herrmann and Orson Welles' Citizen Kane.