THE SHUFFLE NO. 2

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What’s It Called: ‘Finale’
Who Composed It: Danny Elfman
Where’s It From: Batman (1989) Continue reading

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JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE FLASHPOINT PARADOX

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When the Justice League movie eventually materialises (presumably in the wake of BATMAN VS SUPERMAN), logic dictates that it’ll be Hans Zimmer scoring. Favoured by Christopher Nolan as well as being the architect of the recent soundscapes of both the caped crusader and the man of steel, it’s not a big assumption to say he’ll be working the orchestra for Wonder Woman, The Flash and so on. But in case they want a different approach, Warner Bros. and DC should know they already have some fine composers in-house who could easily do the job – and probably better. Continue reading

JOBS

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JOBS is not a movie about the unemployed, it is a movie about Jobs the guy. Steve Jobs. He who created that big company that takes all your money. Because of his amazingness, he helped Apple become big time electronics guys and also helped launch Pixar, which he really deserved all kinds of medals for. Sadly, he died in 2011, but a new movie is here to tell his story. Starring Ashton Kutcher. Yep, the guy from DUDE, WHERE’S MY CAR? Continue reading

EVIL DEAD

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If there’s any genre where sound – and music in particular – is an immeasurable contribution, it’s horror. And when it comes to terrifying us via musical instruments it has one hell of a pedigree, with a list of giants such as The Omen, The Exorcist, Halloween, Psycho, and many other scores notorious for making you want to sleep with the light on. The latest attempt comes from a remake of an absolute genre classic: Evil Dead. Will the new version be up to the sonic challenge of the greats before it? Continue reading