The gang celebrates the life of the late, great Italian composer, Ennio Morricone!
Join us for our first episode of Summer Blockbuster Month as we break down John Powell's very Remote Control Productions-y, synthetic action score to 1997's Face/Off!
That Shelf's Jason Gorber reviews Hamilton – the filmed version of the famed stage play, premiering not in theatres but on the Disney+.
On this week's episode, we return to a time when action movies were basically rated X but were still marketed to kids for some reason.
This week we're back in the saddle with Marc Shaiman to discuss his score for City Slickers, a film about three miserable white dudes from the city approaching a midlife crisis. We can relate.
Join us in the Series 5 opener as we discuss A.R. Rahman's tense, guitar-driven soundtrack from the film '127 Hours'.
In this week's episode, we cover a listener request for James Cameron's "Avatar", composed by James Horner, an unfortunately-timely film given the state of the world.
Today we talk about a film that takes place in a bar because we miss going to them and we're stuck inside, sort of like how the folks in Casablanca are stuck there, but without the Gestapo.
The pin officially drops on the soundtrack of summer with The High Note.
This week we sit down with Blade Runner (and all other things pop culture) guru Brent Chittenden of the True North Nerds podcast to discuss the 1982 classic sci-film.
Blood Machines looks stunning, but is there more to this gonzo sci-fi flick than nude chicks, neon lights, and synthwave music?
This week we're talking the music of Studio Ghibli with special guest Elspeth McRobb.
All aboard! This week we're discussing "Speed" and Mark Mancina's weirdly impactful soundtrack.
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".
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.