In the latest episode of In Defence Of, host Ian Crabb is joined by his band of inmates, the fearless leader, out of the airlock, Will ‘Ripley’ Dodson, the enigma of space, Andrew ‘Xenomorph’ Steele, the wild, unpredictable, Mr. Todd Horan, and the welcome return of the podfather himself, Erik Woods.
In episode 11 of IDO, the team defend the 1992 sequel Alien 3 and it’s incredible score by composer Elliot Goldenthal! Is it that bad? Does it deserve the vitriol? Is hindsight a friend to this film? Listen and find out!
Hello the internet and welcome to episode 81 of Sideshow & Tell, your weekly newscast where your amazing host, Ian Crabb brings you all the juicy gossip from the world of composers, film music, and movie news! This week we have a special guest! It is an absolute joy to welcome a co-host to the show, a huge soundtrack aficionado, cellist, the wonderful and lovely Tiffany Jordan. First of all, Ian and Tiffany discuss the latest soundtrack releases including Groundhog Day by Tim Minchin, from Sony Masterworks, The Fate of the Furious by Brian Tyler, from Back Lot Music, King Arthur Legend of the Sword by Daniel Pemberton, from WaterTower Music, Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales by Geoff Zanelli, from Walt Disney Records, and finally, Colossal by Bear McCreary, from Lakeshore Records. The duo also bring us the news that composer Antonio Sanchez has just been drafted to write for the brand new TV show ‘Get Shorty’, composer Bear McCreary has just been tasked with scoring the upcoming horror/thriller ‘Half to Death’, from Epix, deliver their weekly Home Video Pick scored by composer West Dylan Thordson and wrap up SAT81 with their Pick of the Week by composer Jed Kurzel!
1:37 Groundhog Day Musical
11:10 The Fate of the Furious
19:05 Get Shorty
26:29 King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
32:26 Half to Death
37:03 Home Video Pick
41:00 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales