The boys subject themselves to The Passion of the Christ and its score by John Debney.
Join us as we traverse the bizarre landscape that is Thor: Ragnarok with music by Mark "The Guy From Devo" Mothersbaugh!
Join us as we chat about one of the more obscure franchises to make it into the MCU, and find out the results of the Great Marvel Twitter Poll!
Join us on this very, very bad acid flashback as we discuss the otherwise-decent score for Howard the Duck by John Barry and Sylvester Levay!
The boys welcome you to Marvel March with the least Marvel movie of them all. Join us as we discuss Christophe Beck's score for Paul Rudd's Ant-Man!
Join us as we learn how men and women really can't be friends, and how this movie really didn't need what little score Marc Shaiman actually wrote, in When Harry Met Sally.
This week we celebrate our 100th episode in true comPOSERS fashion: by covering a film and soundtrack that nobody cares about. Not even us. Join us anyway, as romcomPOSERS month continues, for Alan Silvestri's Serendipity.
Join us as we delve into Brian "Bry-Ty" Tyler's jazzy score to the groundbreaking but controversial "Crazy Rich Asians".
The boys kick off RomcomPOSERS with My Best Friend's Wedding!
This week, we delve into the "not-too-distant-future" of 1997 where deGENErates like us face non-stop discrimination, even when they look like Ethan Hawke and not Alex!
To start Series 7 off with a bang, the boys return to a galaxy far, far away and finally do away with the nonsensical pretense of the scorecard.
Tune in for some very important comPOSERS news that directly addresses our listeners' biggest complaint about the show! (No, we're not firing Alex. Yet.)
Join us as we discuss 2010's The Social Network and its unique score by Trent "Nine Inch Nails" Reznor and Atticus "Works With Trent A Lot" Ross.
Join us in proving John Wayne wrong as we discuss the "un-American" classic High Noon, and its iconic score by the legendary Dimitri Tiomkin.
Today we discuss Last Action Hero, a film studio execs were so convinced would sell, they released it against Jurassic Park in theatres. It lost, but Michael Kamen's hard rock score might win us over.