Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Episode 4 - 25 - 11

This week we had a soaked podcast! We canoed up to the studio this week during the week long rainstorm we've been experiencing to bring you reviews and scores to get your week started off right. We hope you enjoy this one, cause we nearly died getting to the studio. You're welcome.

Days of Thunder - Hans Zimmer (1990)
The Big Blue - Eric Serra (1988)
Seaquest DSV - John Debney (1993)
Zombi Holocaust - Nico Fidenco (1980)
The Crow - Grame Revelle (1994)
Beyond The Minds Eye - Jan Hammer (1992)


Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Episode 4 - 19 - 2011

Director Osamu Dezaki died this week so we paid a small tribute to him with music from Space Adventure Cobra. In this episode we discussed boob casting in Game of Thrones, discussed CGI talking animals in the box office, how to properly punish your children by exposing them to rad culture, and other assorted film minutia. We also had a particularly high level of innuendos this week. Must be something in the water.

Space Adventure Cobra - Yuji Ono (1985)
Batman - Danny Elfman & Prince (1989)
Ravenous - Michael Nyman & Damon Albarn (1999)
Cobra - Sylvester Levay & Miami Sound Machine (1989)
Hundra - Ennio Morricone (1983)


Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Episode 4 - 11 - 11 (Goodbye Sidney Lumet)

This week we lost a cinema legend, Sidney Lumet. In this episode we discussed some of his works, played a little of his music and sent him out properly. We also reviewed the film Hanna, talked about float trips, and used way more innuendos that we probably should have. Hopefully your kids don't ask too many questions. They've probably heard worse at school anyway. We heard music from the following films:

Murder on the Orient Express - Richard Bennett (1974)
Pee Wee's Big Adventure - Danny Elfman (1985)
Serpico - Mikis Theodorakis (1973)
Deliverance - Eric Weissberg (1972)
Dead Man - Neil Young (1995)
Arthur - Burt Bacharach (1981)
The Wiz - Charlie Smalls (1978)


Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Episode 4 - 4 - 11

This week we reviewed "Source Code", discussed some of the ridiculous news going around in Hollywood (Governators, "whitening" of foreign films, Indian call centers, and other goodies), and somewhere in the course of this run-on sentence we got on a musical kick about post-apocalyptic movies. Lot of laughs to be had in this one, I assure you.

We heard music from the following:

Akria - Shoji Yamashiro (1988)
Cherry 2000 - Basil Poledouris (1987)
Rock and Rule - Various (1983)
Wall-E - Thomas Newman (2008)
Miracle Mile - Tangerine Dream (1988)
Radioactive Dreams - Various (1985)
Terminator 2: Judgment Day - Brad Fiedel (1991)
Groundhog Day - George Fenton (1993)