Welcome to "comPOSERS The Movie Score Podcast", where three old musician friends of dubious talent enjoy some movie-themed drinks while discussing film scores and the films they're in. Our goal is to find the perfect movie score, and our journey takes us some really weird places.
Join us on this bizarre musical trek to...somewhere? Follow us on the socials @composerspod, then sit back, pour yourself an adult beverage and enjoy some comPOSING.
NEW EPISODES EVERY SUNDAY!
MEN IN BLACK - Series 9: Episode 140
Welcome to Earth! Again! This week, our heroes travel back to 1997 to watch Will Smith team up with Tommy Lee Jones to eradicate Vincent D'Onofrio, all while cracking wise and making impeccably-tailored suits look good. Here come the Men In Black, with music by the never-disappointing Danny "The Elf Man" Elfman.
NO TIME TO DIE - Series 9: Episode 138
Gadgets, guns and genetic doomsday weapons? Break out the martinis for the newest movie we've covered in ages! This week, Jay leads us through a heartfelt farewell to the Daniel Craig Bond era in the long, long, long awaited No Time To Die, featuring a score by Uncle Hans and friends that is very much...in the movie.
IN BRUGES - Series 9: Episode 137
You're a fucking inanimate object! This week, the boys travel to fucking Bruges with Colin Farrell, where absolutely everything and everyone (including, and we're totally serious, the composer of this score) is out to annoy him to death. We hope you enjoy In Bruges, with music by Carter Burwell, more than he did.
THE TERMINAL: Series 9 - Episode 136
With decomPOSERS month behind us, we're back to our regularly-scheduled programming, and that means cuddling up to the warm, familiar embrace of a John Williams score comparatively few people have heard or care about. It's the movie that made Krueger a real boy: The Terminal!
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SCREAM: Series 9 - Episode 135
Happy Halloween! To round out decomPOSERS month, the boys learn how to survive a horror movie courtesy of the guy who hosted the Jamie Kennedy Experiment (what was his name again?) Strap on your JNCOs, grab your Jiffy Pop, and charge your cellulars as we delve into Wes Craven's contemporary classic Scream, with music by the wonderful Marco Beltrami.
And thanks for enjoying decomPOSERS...until next year, sinisters! *cue maniacal laughter* *cue thunderclap* *roll credits*
SILENT HILL: Series 9 - Episode 134
This week, the boys ponder the age-old question "can you make a convincing film adaptation of a video game?" and answer with a resounding "not really". Join us on week three of decomPOSERS month as we get lost in the fog of Silent Hill and its copy-pasted video game score by Akira Yamaoka, arranged (we guess) by Jeff Danna.
Hilarious, informative and sometimes baffling
A "drinking podcast discussing movie scores" - this beauty is hosted by three of the most nauseatingly nice white dudes and looks at the scores of the big screen. One can't speak, one can't be serious about anything and then there's Alex. They can be overly critical for three nerds in a basement and hiding from their spouses (now in insolation starring at a screen) but they're HUGELY entertaining, funny, and very engaging. It's like being from a small town and going home for the Thanksgiving and sitting around a table listing to a bunch of drunk a**holes try to sound intelligent at 2am. Except it's on the internet. HIGHLY recommend.
I take back the slanderous comments I made when this show first started. Alex has learned a lot and he makes the show better. 10/10
Fun and informative
The hosts of this podcast are self proclaimed posers but I think their collective knowledge of composers, instruments and music composition give a cool new perspective on some of my favourite movies.