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And the Oscar winners for The 84th Annual Academy Awards are …

Producer Thomas Langmann accepts the award for Best Picture for THE ARTIST at the 84th Annual Academy Awards | ©2012 A.M.P.A.S.

While the 85th Annual Academy Awards was short of surprises (or for that matter an truly engaging telecast), it did have Billy Crystal returning as host for the ninth time). Although he played it safe, and came dangerously close to crossing the line at others, he still provided a polished sheen that kept the proceedings afloat. Should he have been funnier? Probably. Was he better than James Franco and Anne Hathaway last year? Definitely, yes. However, the Oscars are really about the winners, so without further ado, here is the master list of who got what including the slam dunk …Read On »


Exclusive Photos from the WANDERLUST World Premiere

Jennifer Aniston at the World Premiere of WANDERLUST | ©2012 Sue Schneider

Universal Pictures held the World Premiere for WANDERLUST on February 16th at the Regency Theater in Westwood. The movie stars Jennifer Aniston as Linda and Paul Rudd as George. After George gets fired, they leave Manhattan to move in with his brother Rick (Ken Marino) in Atlanta. When they discover that is not working out they decide to head out and by accident turn into a rural commune, where free love rules and decide to stay. Seen walking the carpet were the stars of the film, which include: Paul Rudd (also a Producer), Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux, Malin Akerman, Kathryn …Read On »


CD Review: MAN TO MAN soundtrack

MAN TO MAN soundtrack | ©2011 Movie Score Media

Patrick Doyle’s longtime association with French filmmaker Regis Wargnier on such sometimes exotic, history-based epics as INDOCHINE and EAST-WEST has brought out many of the composer’s most impressively lush works. Traveling to Africa to bring two pygmy tribespeople back to “civilized” Scotland results in a culture clash of symphonic nobility and age-old ethnic percussion for this 2005 score. But more than some soundtrack relic, the soaring MAN TO MAN serves as a hugely impressive warm-up to Doyle’s far-more violent musical conflict between barbaric civilization and those it torments in RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES. Doyle’s talent for hearing …Read On »


TV Review: FRINGE – Season 4 – “The End of All Things”

Jared Harris and Blair Brown in FRINGE - Season 4 - "The End of All Things" | ©2012 Fox/Liane Hentscher

Cast: Joshua Jackson, John Noble, Anna Torv, Seth Gabel, Lance Reddick, Jasika Nicole Writer: David Fury Director: Jeff Hunt Network: Fox, airs Friday nights Original Telecast: February 24, 2012 It’s been weeks of build up, but finally the big Olivia (Anna Torv) arc has  been blown open in this week’s FRINGE – “The End of All Things.” With a title like that, you’d expect this to be the series finale episode, but it’s rather a new beginning for where the rest of Season 4 is heading. Last week, Olivia was kidnapped after it had been discovered Cortexiphan had been unknowingly …Read On »


TV Review: BEING HUMAN – Season 2 – “Mama Told Me There’d Be Decades Like These”

Sam Witwer and Mark Pelligrino in BEING HUMAN - Season 2 - "Mama Said There'd Be Decades Like This" | ©2012 Syfy/Phillippe Bosse

Stars: Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, Sam Huntington, Mark Pellegrino, Kyle Schmid, Tracy Spiridakos, Jon Cor, Olunike Adeliyi, Rahnuma Panthaky, Harry Standjofski, Holly O’Brien Writers: Jeremy Carver & Anna Fricke, adapted for U.S. television by Jeremy Carver & Anna Fricke, created for U.K. television by Toby Whithouse Director: Stefan Pleszczynski Network: Syfy, Mondays @ 9 PM Airdate: February 20, 2012 Is everyone on television at some point going to have visions of Mark Pellegrino? The actor’s mystical Jacob turned up posthumously on LOST, his Lucifer is currently tormenting Sam Winchester over on SUPERNATURAL and now he’s back on BEING HUMAN as …Read On »


CD Review: ANSWERS TO NOTHING soundtrack

ANSWERS TO NOTHING soundtrack | ©2012 Lakeshore Records

In such omnibus films as FRIENDS WITH MONEY, THE GYMNAST and KING OF KONG, Craig Richey’s proven he has a subtle, often dream-like way of musically getting into characters’ conflicted thoughts. It’s a talent that serves him well in the CRASH-like stories that make up ANSWERS TO NOTHING. Richey hears an alternative sound for acoustical instruments, piano and troubled samples, conveying a tone of both understanding and apprehension at the missing person’s case that links the film’s disparate characters. Richey’s work is subtly mesmerizing, his mellow groove powerfully contrasting with the rock overload of Nico Vega. Her raw songs scream …Read On »



THE SATANIC RITES OF DRACULA soundtrack | ©2011 Buysoundtrax Records

Future KOJAK composer John Cacavas made a notable horror scoring debut aboard 1972’s HORROR EXPRESS, a classic thrill ride that combined mod rock stylings with an orchestral sensibility as old as a fire-eyed Siberian missing link. Cacavas applied an even groovier approach the next year to one of history’s greatest fiends, hearing him in service to an even more evil master as The Count tries to wipe out humanity with the bubonic plague. These SATANIC RITES OF DRACULA would also turn out to be the swan song for Christopher Lee playing the Count at Hammer films, though his nemesis Peter …Read On »


CD Review: ANIMALS UNITED soundtrack

ANIMALS UNITED soundtrack | ©2011 Perseverance Records

If there’s a musical king of the funny animal jungle, then David Newman can hold the title with the likes of ICE AGE, the SQUEAKQUEL to ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS, two SCOOBY DOO flicks and DR. DOOLITTLE among the various CG and live-action creatures that have opened their mouths for a hip joke. That original language is German in KONFERENZ DER TIERE or ANIMALS UNITED as it’s known over here. But no matter if the dubbing’s in Deutsch or English, the wonderfully antic voice of Newman’s comedy music is loud and clear. While he’s capable of such relaxed scores as …Read On »



HALLOWEEN IV soundtrack | ©2011 Ahi Records

Some serial killers need a right hand knife, especially when they also happen to be the director and composer. Such was the assistance John Carpenter required after not only making HALLOWEEN. but also creating the most notorious, and toe-tapping theme in horror score history. That’s how sound designer-turned-composer Alan Howarth was brought into the series with HALLOWEEN 2 and given the “in association” credit for his teaming with Carpenter. Skillfully abetting that film’s far more visceral shocks with eerie atmospheres and relentless rhythms, the collaborators next turned to computer-generated horror for the series SEASON OF THE WITCH. However, HALLOWEEN‘s most …Read On »



UNDERWORLD: AWAKENING soundtrack | ©2012 Lakeshore Records

It’s time again to defrost ninja vampire warrior Selene from deep sequel freeze. And though Marco Beltrami gave her a more traditional orchestral horror score approach the last time out in UNDERWORLD: EVOLUTION, it’s certainly cool to welcome the series’ original composer Paul Haslinger back into the ongoing Lycan-bloodsucker feud, which gets joined by humans hell-bent on wiping both clans out for Selene’s future AWAKENING. Going for a creepily ambient approach that reflected his Tangerine Dream roots in the first UNDERWORLD score, and then bringing an epic scope to the series’ impressive historical prequel RISE OF THE LYCANS, Haslinger goes …Read On »

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