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Welcome to "comPOSERS: The Movie Score Podcast", where three aging, out-of-shape musician friends of dubious talent use a popular medium to talk about film scores and the films they're in, while making fun of one another and occasionally having movie-themed drinks.

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?

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NEXT EPISODE: Hundreds of Beavers (2022) 
Composed by Chris Ryan

Feb 28, 2021

This week, the boys drag themselves (especially Alex) over the finish line of romcomPOSERS month. Join us as we learn how men and women really can't be friends, and how this movie really didn't need what little score Marc Shaiman actually wrote, in When Harry Met Sally.

Feb 26, 2021

One hundred god damned episodes — from The Wrath of Khan to, strangely, Serendipity. We've seen highs, lows, and a lot of in between, and what have we learned? It's time to SELL OUT, FRIENDS!

we sold out

Enjoy a look back on the best and worst of a hundred movie scores, and maybe drop by our brand-spanking new Patreon...

Feb 21, 2021

This week we celebrate our 100th episode in true comPOSERS fashion: by covering a film and soundtrack that nobody cares about. Not even us.  Join us anyway, as romcomPOSERS month continues, for Alan Silvestri's Serendipity.

And as promised, here's the dumb video Alex made to commemorate this arbitrary milestone...

Feb 14, 2021

This week, the boys continue RomcomPOSERS month as we travel to Singapore to watch a bunch of rich people be just terrible to one another. Join us as we delve into Brian "Bry-Ty" Tyler's jazzy score to the groundbreaking but controversial "Crazy Rich Asians". 

Feb 7, 2021

To kick off RomcomPOSERS month, we're starting in a very "us" fashion with an anti-romcom (sort of). Join us as we discuss this movie made for...someone...and its serviceable score by James Newton Howard.