Canadian ‘90s grunge queen Alanis Morissette gets a deep dive into her career, rise to stardom and more in Jagged, a new HBO doc entry into Bill Simmons’ Music Box series.
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 […]
Penny Lane’s film takes an oft-light-hearted look at Kenny G and his polarizing saxophone while asking the broader question of “what makes music good?”
To kick off Series 9, our intrepid crew journeys back to the final frontier to learn about racism!
Animation August goes out with a bang as the boys travel to Berk to learn about animal abuse! Join us as we enjoy the visual spectacle that is How To Train Your Dragon, and the very impressive score by John Powell.
This week we venture into the weird world of stop-motion animation with special guest Elspeth "LP" McRobb of the Felons on Film podcast, as we discuss Paranorman and its delightful score by Jon Brion.
Revisit the edgy humour of 1999 and Marc Shaiman's absolutely joyful score for South Park: We Fooled The Censors With This Title!
Jennifer Hudson belts out one showstopper after another in the Aretha Franklin biopic Respect.
This week, the boys check out a lesser-known pick from Studio Ghibli: Porco Rosso, scored by Joe Hisaishi!
This week, we kick off Animation August by discussing An American Tail and its score by James "Horny" Horner.
Hot on the heels of our Hans Zimmer Appreciation Special comes this piece of shit. Join us as we discuss this incredibly boring failure of a blockbuster and its score by the gang at Remote Control Productions.
Join us as we discuss Elliot Goldenthal's incredible compositional contribution to the Batverse in Joel Schumacher's Batman Forever.
With dozens of featured acts to explore, rediscover, and fall in love with, here's a primer on the artists featured in "the best film of the year," Questlove's bold, brilliant “Summer of Soul.”
Join us as the boys never venture into the ocean again after watching Open Water — totally in honour of Shark Week, starting today! — while enjoying Graeme Revell's nine-minute score just enough to give him another shot.
The gang discusses Harald Kloser and Thomas Wander's score for Independence Day: Resurgance!