On this week's episode we attempt to honour Mother's Day but end up just talking about sports. But at least it's women's sports! Join us as we review Hans Zimmer's score to "A League of Their Own".
Our quarantines continue on this Breaking News episode. Hans Zimmer, Alexandre Desplat, Alan Silvestri and David Arnold all join us! In news form, you psychos. They don't want to talk to us.
This week we attempt to ruin your weekend in advance by bringing you a rare Friday episode.
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.
Hungover from last night? We got you covered. Today we discuss our most-anticipated scores of 2020!
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.
On this week's episode, we commemorate Remembrance Day by discussing Hans Zimmer's score for the epic World War 2 film, Dunkirk, directed by Christopher Nolan.
This week, we chat with a former intern for Remote Control Productions, Hans Zimmer's famous team of ghost writers. Get the inside scoop with our new pal, composer Christian Jessup!
Tonight, we enter the great circle of life to decide which version of Hans Zimmer's classic Disney score is superior. With special guest Katrina Kelly!
Welcome to Series 2! We start off with a bang courtesy of Hans Zimmer's critically-acclaimed score to Christopher Nolan's time-travel epic Interstellar!
Yo ho ho and a wall of sound! Join the boys on the high seas with Hans Zimmer's Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl!
Disney's The Lion King is a 2D animation masterpiece and remains an extraordinary achievement for the company. Does the latest Blu-ray release of the film deserve a spot on your Dork Shelf?
A tiresome, overstuffed, incoherent mess, Interstellar is far and away Christopher Nolan's worst film.
There are several categories for the Oscars with very particular qualification standards. Original Score is clearly one of them as only 97 films qualify this year. With less than 100 possibilities and the Academy being categorically opposed to surprising people, it shouldn’t be very difficult to pick out the scores that will be nominated (including movies like Chipwrecked in the running also helps narrow the field).