On this midweek special we bring our quarantines together over Skype for the first ever record-from-home episode of comPOSERS.
Instead of covering a popular Doyle adaptation, we're looking at Young Sherlock Holmes and its score by Bruce Broughton.
This week on comPOSERS, we tackle a cult classic with special guest star Andrew Young of Geek Hard!
This week we attempt to ruin your weekend in advance by bringing you a rare Friday episode.
Buckle up, hipsters: it's time to enter the two-dimensional world of Wes Anderson's "Grand Budapest Hotel".
This week we're discussing Mad Max: Fury Road, the epic George Miller action film and its music composed by...an extra-large junkie?
In the words of Mark Twain, "sometimes a podcast episode is a complete stinker." This sums up our attempt at humour in the comPOSERS Series 3 Retrospective; a complete swing and a miss.
Join us for our shipwreck of a Valentine's Day episode as we delve into the depths of James Horner's score for "Titanic".
On the second-ever comPOSERS breaking news, we talk Academy Award results, new film score assignments, Alan Menken's Oscar desperation, and...Dutch dinosaurs?
Dust off your pointy green hat and join us as we tackle 1938's The Adventures of Robin Hood, with music by the great Erich Wolfgang Korngold!
The gang discusses the films nominated for Best Score
This week, the boys check out Michael Giacchino's extremely French score for 2007's Pixar outing "Ratatouille". Vider son verre, tout le monde!
This week, the trio gets hands-on with Isaac Hayes' smooth "Shaft (1971)".
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!