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The 100-degree September edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this issue’s cover story, NATHAN JOHNSON uses found objects to tackle the music for the Bruce Willis/Joseph Gordon-Levitt “realistic sci-fi” vehicle LOOPER. Also in this issue are an interview with MARCO BELTRAMI, who scores the Clint Eastwood starrer TROUBLE WITH THE CURVE; an audio interview with DIRK BROSSÉ on his score for the new BBC/HBO five-part series PARADE’S END; the first installment of TORN PAGES, Gergely Hubai's new series of rejected score stories that themselves went unused in his recent book TORN MUSIC; MARCELO ZARVOS discusses his work on the Bradley Cooper plagiarism drama THE WORDS; COMPOSER’S CORNER reviews the new BERLIN WOODWINDS sample collection; ANTON SANKO jumps from Mormons in BIG LOVE to a Jewish demon in THE POSSESSION; CHRISTIAN HENSON scores the Irish horror-comedy GRABBERS; WONG’S TURN is still angry about the state of soundtrack collecting; more embedded audio clips, and more.
 
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Realistic sci-fi? Looper is just Timecop if remade by an design student.

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