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Hey, I thought of starting a separate thread for Films On Wax. I know it all might come off as a bit annoying but it's probably more convenient some of my (and Charlie's and Mikko's) stuff in one place, given that we all originate from JWFan. Hope you don't mind. We've been doing articles, reviews and some interviews in the past (bit inconsistently lately, I agree). And one of our recent things is starting a new podcast series. Charlie has been doing those (and some audio reviews) for some time now. We tried it once before with one Halloween podcasts (along with a couple of our friends) but this is the first one we're doing together and, hopefully, it might become a major vehicle for all our content. It wasn't necessarily planned in detail, we just sort of talked over Skype about stuff. The entire recording was about 85-minutes long so there was a lot of stuff cut (among those highlights were, of course, the Illuminati revelations, a transmission from a occult human sacrifice ceremony and bit of steamy webcam action). Anyway, in the first episode we talk a bit about some new scores: Djawadi's Warcraft, Newman's Finding Dory, Tyler's Now You See Me 2 and Independence Day: Resurgence. These are mostly just quick comments. Perhaps we'll go a bit more in-depth next time. And we talk a bit about the sad anniversary of James Horner's passing. And some other and stuff. Obviously, there is a lot to be improved. Certainly, I'm not the best orator out there and it feels really self-conscious to speak in a non-native language and try to be coherent. Plus, we'll probably work on our issues along the way (certainly mine!). Next one shall be better (I hope). It's all about learning after all. (And yes, I do realised there is a link to that in the other thread. But I'm just annoying like this) Karol
Greetings friends! Just wanted to post two new reviews from MovieMusicMania.com for everyone's perusal. The first is for Frank Ilfman's surprisingly good score for Big Bad Wolves, an Israeli thriller (and dark comedy) hailed by Quentin Tarantino as the best film of 2013... Read The Review The second, somewhat belatedly, is for Olivier Derivere's fantastic videogame score for Remember Me. A stunning blend of orchestra and electronics... Read The Review Thanks everyone and happy listening!
The first full review of the Tintin soundtrack can be read right here.