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CineRadio Top 20 for September 2017
Posted By Kristen Romanelli 10/26/2017 - 12:00 PM
The CineRadio Top 20 has been released for September 2017, highlighting music played on soundtrack music radio specialty shows, online radio stations and podcasts.
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Aisle Seat 10-24: Superman, Spider-Man & The Old Dark House
Posted By Andy Dursin 10/23/2017 - 9:00 PM
After five Spider-Man movies, you might wonder what was left in the tank of Peter Parker’s webslinging adventures to translate to the big screen. Sony’s newest “reboot,” SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING (**½, 133 mins., 2017, PG-13)may not provide overwhelming evidence that its existence was actually necessary, but the film still overcomes a bumpy start and a bland overall feel to provide an appealing enough ride for fans.
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October Issue of FSM ONLINE Is Live!
Posted By Tim Curran 10/23/2017 - 2:00 AM
The October edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. This month‘s cover story, “Directors Who Yield Great Scores,” is the first part in a series on filmmakers who know the value of original music. Also this month, CARTER BURWELL discusses his three new films: GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN, THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI and WONDERSTRUCK; FSMO goes on location to the Hollywood Bowl live-to-film premiere of JANE, composed by PHILIP GLASS; Kyle Renick offers a detailed retrospective of the music in the films of Robert Mitchum; BEAR MCCREARY chats REBEL IN THE RYE and UNREST; WONG’S TURN looks at the intersection of film music and sound design; GORDY HAAB dishes on his score to the video game STAR WARS: BATTLEFRONT II; a JOHN BARRY Score Restore returns to THE DAY OF THE LOCUST; KLAUS BADELT catches us up on his adventures in China; more embedded audio clips, and more.

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Film Score Friday 10/20/17
Posted By Scott Bettencourt 10/19/2017 - 9:00 PM
Intrada has announced two new releases this week, both featuring scores from horror films from the 1980s -- a remastered version of director Frank LaLoggia's lush, Bernstein-esque score for his cult classic ghost story LADY IN WHITE (this two-disc set also includes LaLoggia's concept album "Frankie Goes to Tuscany"); and the first CD release of Richard Band's TERRORVISION (limited to 500 units.)


Varese Sarabande has announced three new CDs in their Limited Edition (500 units each for this batch) of contemporary scores, all from this year's films and expected to begin shipping next week: the animated sequel NUT JOB 2: NUTTY BY NATURE, scored by Heitor Pereira (the Despicable Me/Minions films); the period thriller THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM, starring Olivia Cooke, Bill Nighy, Douglas Booth and Eddie Marsan, scored by Johan Soderqvist (Let the Right One In, In a Better World, Kon-Tiki); and the score for the romance HAMPSTEAD, pairing Brendan Gleeson and Oscar winner Diane Keaton, directed by Joel Hopkins (Last Chance Harvey) and composed by Oscar winner Stephen Warbeck (Shakespeare in Love, Billy Elliot).   

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Aisle Seat 10-17: Shout! October Wrap
Posted By Andy Dursin 10/16/2017 - 9:00 PM
At the head of the class among October’s catalog releases is Shout Factory’s “Shout Select” Blu-Ray edition of THREE O’CLOCK HIGH (***½, 90 mins., PG-13), director Phil Joanou’s underrated 1987 high school gem that was stealth-produced by Steven Spielberg, who either couldn’t – or wouldn’t – put his name on the film, depending on whose story you believe.
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Film Score Friday 10/13/17
Posted By Scott Bettencourt 10/12/2017 - 9:00 PM
The latest release from Varese Sarbande's "We Hear You" series, limited to 2000 units, is a two-disc edition of music from NBC's long-running THE WEST WING, featuring episode scoring by W.G. Snuffy Walden, who earned an Emmy and two nominations for his contribution to the series.

Next week Varese plans to announce three new releases in their Limited Edition CD series of contemporary scores. 


La-La Land has announced their latest batch of releases, with an emphasis on composer Blake Neely -- CDs of Neely's music for ARROW: SEASON 5, DC'S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW: SEASON 2, THE FLASH: SEASON 3, and SUPERGIRL: SEASON 2, as well as a two-disc set of Harry Manfredini's scores for the second and third films in the FRIDAY THE 13TH franchise.  

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Film Score Friday 10/6/17
Posted By Scott Bettencourt 10/5/2017 - 9:00 PM
Intrada has announced two new releases this week, both multi-disc, greatly expanded versions of epic adventure scores by Oscar-winning composers -- a three-disc set of Maurice Jarre's score for the lavish 1980 TV miniseries adaptation of James Clavell's SHOGUN; and a two-disc set of James Horner's score for director Wolfgang Peterson's 2004 TROY
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Aisle Seat 10-3: October Arrival Edition
Posted By Andy Dursin 10/2/2017 - 9:00 PM
The modern preoccupation with belated film sequels and remakes has trickled down to even “Blade Runner,” Ridley Scott’s seminal sci-fi classic that drew neither widespread critical kudos or commercial acceptance when it was first released in 1982. A cult favorite that’s obviously been more warmly embraced as the years have passed, Scott is onboard as a producer of BLADE RUNNER 2049 (***, 163 mins., R), an ambitious follow-up from one of its predecessor’s original writers and director Denis Villeneuve, architect of glacially paced works like “Sicario” and “Arrival.”
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Film Score Friday 9/29/17
Posted By Scott Bettencourt 9/28/2017 - 9:00 PM
Intrada plans to release two new CDs next week


CDS AVAILABLE THIS WEEK

Cello
 - Randy Kerber - Varese Sarabande
Fuller at Fox
 - Leigh Harline, Alfred Newman - Kritzerland
Game of Thrones: Season 7 - Ramin Djawadi - WaterTower
Hellraiser 
- Christopher Young - Lakeshore
Incompreso, Vita Col Figlio
 - Fiorenzo Carpi - Music Box
Popeye - Harry Nilsson, Tom Pierson - Varese Sarabande
Rebel in the Rye - Bear McCreary - Sparks & Shadows
Super Dark Times - Ben Frost - The Orchard
The Young Karl Marx/I Am Not Your Negro
 - Alexei Aigui - Music Box 

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Aisle Seat 9-26: IT, CE3K, Fall Kickoff Edition
Posted By Andy Dursin 9/25/2017 - 9:00 PM
The wonder of Cinemascope and the majesty of Bernard Herrmann’s score are the two main reasons to take a trip BENEATH THE 12-MILE REEF (102 mins., 1953), a musty old 20th Century-Fox melodrama that’s been supremely rendered in high-definition this month by Twilight Time. Given the movie’s checkered past of tepid home video releases, the glossy high-def Blu-Ray image may come as a revelation for many viewers, presenting a vibrant color presentation that enhances this early Fox anamorphic adventure.
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