Audiophiles rejoice. Here’s what 2019 best soundtracks sound like. Music is an essential part of cinema. As Howard Shore, the brain behind soundtracks for “The Lord of The Rings” and “Se7en”, said: Music is essentially an emotional language, so you … Continue reading Best soundtracks of 2019
With “Sigur Rós Presents Liminal Sleep”, the Icelandic band released its ultimate collection of electronic remedies for nerves tied in knots. It’s a rare thing to find a band like Sigur Rós. Despite the emotional complexity of their sounds, and … Continue reading ‘Sigur Rós Presents Liminal Sleep’ (2019) Soothes And Hypnotizes Your Soul
Bertrand Bonello looks for a deeper meaning in “Zombi Child”, but although the film has too much on plate, it is still an insightful look into the culture of voodoo from a fresh perspective. It takes a bit of thinking … Continue reading Zombi Child (2019) Celebrates The Intimidating Nature of Voodoo
One of my all-time favorite albums when it comes to pop rock, “Californication” celebrates today its 20th birthday. Happy birthday! “Californication”, the sixth album released by Red Hot Chilli Peppers, album premiered on June 8th, back in 1999 – exactly … Continue reading ‘Californication’ By Red Hot Chilli Peppers Is Now 20 Years Old
An Irish countryside hides a mysterious, creepy-looking pit that subsides in the middle of a forest, but director-writer Lee Cronin believes it’s less interesting than an overused cliche of a weird kid that is probably possessed. In “The Hole In … Continue reading The Hole In The Ground (2019) That Should Have Been Deeper
Are you a fan of very melodic, funky rap music? Looking for something to turn you into a dedicated fan? Then look no further – check out ¡Mayday!’s “Take Me To Your Leader”. When I look at ¡Mayday! now, I … Continue reading Album Review – ¡Mayday “Take Me To Your Leader”
As a fan of the first season of “True Detective” and its soundtrack, I decided to find & recommend some great blues, folk and country songs. Way to kill your cravings related to the third season!
Thom Yorke’s “Suspirium” has been stuck in my head for a long time now, but it doesn’t mean it’s a good pick for a horror soundtrack. Here’s my short take on Luca Guadagnino’s ominous score.