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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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Composed by Elmer Bernstein


Oct 24, 2021

Well, shit. We recorded a really great episode for this week, including a spirited discussion about the Producer's Cut and Theatrical Cut of Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers and their associated scores. We even had our horror hookup Andy Sell of the Ghoul School podcast on for his yearly spooktacular visit. Unfortunately, this episode turned out to be more trick than treat, and technical difficulties rendered the recording unusable. 

But we're not going to let our first-ever botched episode[citation needed] ruin the Halloween season. Here's some fun stuff for you to check out this week!

The OG Schlocktober Collection:

Rosemary's Baby
Near Dark
The Orphanage
Halloween (1978)

Our first interview with Andy!
Little Shop of Horrors: Soundtrack Special, featuring Katrina Kelly

DEcomPOSERS 2020:

The Ring
The Fly
Crimson Peak
The Shining

Jennifer's Body: Soundtrack Special, featuring Elspeth "LP" McRobb
Horror Video Game Music: Soundtrack Special
Top Horror Movie Themes, featuring Andy Sell

Halloween in June:

Suspiria (1977), featuring Andy Sell

And in case you haven't heard, we have a stupid Patreon channel, which you can access for only $3 a month to get ahold of more specials, retros and even bonus shows! This week, to apologize for our technical difficulties, please enjoy a free episode of Alex's Patreon-exclusive solo podcast, Kruegerecords

We're planning to get an episode with Andy in soon, and we'll be back next Sunday as scheduled for our deep dive into the groundbreaking 1996 slasher: Wes Craven's "Scream"! 

Thanks for listening, friends. 

-the comPOSERS