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The February edition of FSM ONLINE is now live for your reading and listening pleasure. Following up on last month’s cover story with HILDUR GUDNADOTTIR, this month’s cover story is an interview with HERDIS STEFANDSDOTTIR, who breaks out with M. Night Shyamalan’s KNOCK AT THE CABIN. Our co-cover story is THE 2023 FSMIES, so don’t forget to cast your vote ASAP! Also this issue is an interview with JULIAN SCHERLE, who discusses his work on the “desktop” thriller MISSING; Deniz Cordell and Tim Burden delve deep into HENRY MANCINI and RON GOODWIN’s dueling scores for Alfred Hitchcock’s penultimate film FRENZY, finally released on album by Quartet; the conclusion of Erik Heine’s analysis of NATHAN JOHNSON’s written score for GLASS ONION: A KNIVES OUT MYSTERY; a LEONARD ROSENMAN pre-concert talk video featuring JOHN MAUCERI and the late composer’s wife JUDIE; ANDREW MORGAN SMITH conjures the Old West for Nicolas Cage’s THE OLD WAY; JASON GRAVES revisits DEAD SPACE and catches us up on THE DARK PICTURES ANTHOLOGY; an interview with BRIAN BENNETT OBE; a LES BAXTER-themed SOUNDTRACK OBSCURITIES; lots of album reviews, including A MAN CALLED OTTO, WEDNESDAY, WILLOW and SPIDER-MAN (2002); plus embedded audio clips, and more. Enjoy!


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October 1
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Elia Cmiral born (1950)
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