Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Episode 9 - 26 - 11

So, we've been following the set-reveals and discussion surrounding Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises. Yesterday we got a sneak peek at Anne Hathaway's Catwoman costume...and it pretty much looks exactly like 1960s love-kitten Julie Newmar. What the hell? Given that Nolan has been trying to make his Batman films as "realistic" and gritty as possible, I have no idea how they are going to play this. We'll see. Neither the Boom Operator or I caught any new movies this week, as the prominent releases starred Taylor Lautner and an animated lion from 1994, but I'd like to see Moneyball this week at some point.

We heard music from the following:
Bachelor Party - Various (1985)
Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus - Jeff Dana (2009)
Mission to Mars - Ennio Morricone (2000)
The Dark Knight - Hans Zimmer (2008)
The Fifth Element - Eric Serra (1997)
Time Bandits - Audio Clip (1981)


Monday, September 12, 2011

Episode 9 - 5 - 11

This week we had a show all about creepy little tiny things. Mainly because we just saw Don't be Afraid of the Dark. Yeah, yeah, a bit late on the draw we know. However, we gave it a watchin' and the review is in this podcast. We also reviewed Apollo 18 and discussed all manners of tiny little jerks that seem cute until the stab your eyes out.

We heard music from the following films:

Trilogy of Terror - Bob Cobert (1975)
Fantastic Planet - Alan Goreguer (1973)
Garbage Pail Kids - Various (1987)
Gremlins - Jerry Goldsmith (1985)
Arthur and the Invisibles - Eric Serra (2006)


Thursday, September 1, 2011

Episode 8 - 29 - 11

This week we had a great time in the studio getting ready for our first Tavern Trivia night at a local watering hole. We also reviewed the films Our Idiot Brother and 30 Minutes or Less. One was surprisingly better than the other. You'll have to listen to find out which. We discussed odd remakes, retiring director rumors and brought back some classic scores from the vaults for all our recent new listeners. Enjoy!

We heard music from the following:
Oldboy - Hyun-jung Shim (2003)
Oceans Twelve - David Holmes (2004)
Peter Gun - Henry Mancini (1958)
Spaceballs - John Morris (1987)
Beverly Hills Cop - Harold Faltermeyer (1984)