We’ve encountered some strange movies on our journey, but few so unique as this week’s adventure. Join us as we meet Seth Rogen and his great grandfather Seth Rogen in 2020’s streaming exclusive An American Pickle, featuring dope themes by Michael “Jah-Keeno” Giacchino and a superb score by newcomer Nami Melumad! Find us on the […]
On today's episode we bid farewell to a dead wife beater, discuss Michael Giacchino's list of favourite scores, and reflect on Danny Elfman's new song.
Today we celebrate tomorrow's Star Wars Day by looking into Michael Giacchino's highly entertaining score for Rogue One, the first ever Star Wars score not composed by John Williams.
Against all odds we've gone a whole year doing this comPOSERS podcast thing, and as promised, we've done a special to commemorate it!
This week, the boys check out Michael Giacchino's extremely French score for 2007's Pixar outing "Ratatouille". Vider son verre, tout le monde!
Hungover from last night? We got you covered. Today we discuss our most-anticipated scores of 2020!
We're going where no one has gone before -- again! Join us for our Series 1 finale where we take on Michael Giacchino's excellent score to 2009's Star Trek reboot.
We're giving away copies of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story on Blu-ray courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Canada!
Get a spot ready on your shelf! Rogue One; A Star Wars Story is finally coming to Digital HD on March 24th and Blu-ray on April 4th.
It's a special minisode of The Shelf! We talk to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Riz Ahmed about his role, the diversity of the cast, and if he stole any souvenirs for his Dork Shelf!
Rogue One star Riz Ahmed discusses his "space trucker" character, how he dealt with all the spectacle on set, the diversity of the film's cast, and whether or not he took anything home from the set for his Dork Shelf!
In the inaugural episode of The Shelf, our Film Editor sits down with critic/ Star Wars encyclopedia Jason Gorber to talk about the importance of this new kind of Star Wars film and Rogue One spoilers.
After the Skywalker tale is told, will there still be room for energizing, cinematic stories set in that galaxy far, far away?