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!
Did our I just ruin a brand new $25,000+ Turntable simply by cleaning it? Find out what happened in my own tale of Hi-Fi horror...
The gang discusses Matthew Margeson "score" for Rocketman!
Happy Father's Day! This week the boys are celebrating with what critics disparagingly called a "dad movie": the actually-rather-brilliant Ford v. Ferrari, with the actually-rather-brilliant score by Marco Beltrami and Buck Sanders.
A look at the Reliable Uberlight and how it can best be used to brighten up your home theatre/music playback system.
Join us as we talk at length with horror film expert Andy Sell about Dario Argento's legendary "Suspiria" and the unsettling masterpiece that is the score by Italian prog-rockers Goblin.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Michael Rapaport's "Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest," we take a look at one of hip hop's most eclectic, beloved groups, A Tribe Called Quest. Let's kick it.
A look at Paul Simon's early solo career releases, along with two MoFi One-Step box sets to celebrate this musical icon.
A look inside the soundtrack to one of the great docs of the year - Alex Winter's ZAPPA, a sympathetic yet engaging look at the mercurial Frank Zappa.
Join us as we talk about "Valkyrie", the plot(s) to kill the man who truly put the dick in dictator, and the accompanying score by the multi-talented John Ottman!
Join us as we watch Peter Sellers crash into things, set to the slinky sounds of Henry Mancini's iconic score for 1963's The Pink Panther.
A look at one of the greatest albums of all time – Miles Davis' Kind of Blue, available in a myriad of different iterations for your listening pleasure, in celebration of Miles' birthday.
Martin Scorsese directing a fantastical family adventure film with music by the inestimable Howard Shore?? Sure, why not. It's Hugo, everybody.
To celebrate the addition of Matt Wolf's Wild Combination (2008) to the Criterion Channel, Marko Djurdjic takes a dive into the eclectic world of avant-hero Arthur Russell.