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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 Roddy Hart & Tommy Reilly

Dec 4, 2022

Deck the halls with stupid podcasts, because it's holiday season here on comPOSERS! For the month of December we'll be seeking out holiday-themed films to discuss, starting with a quintessentially bizarre Krueger pick: the British-teen-zombie-horror-comedy-Christmas-musical Anna and the Apocalypse, with pop...


Nov 27, 2022

In our last pre-holiday-movie season episode, Aaron invites us to cry forever and ever and Jay questions why we're suddenly so sentimental. Come for the sad old man movie, stay for the weirdly extended conversation about FIFA and human rights violations (it's comPOSERS; what do you really expect from us?) It's...


Nov 20, 2022

Life is like a hurricane and the last two weeks have been a duck-blur, but the comPOSERS are back with a movie none of us are completely sure we picked. Join the boys as we take a gander at 1990s DuckTales: The Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp, with music by...


Oct 30, 2022

On our final DEcomPOSERS episode of the year, we really burn shit down. This pick comes courtesy of our Halloween Santa Claus Andy Sell of the Ghoul School Podcast, who visits us around this time every year to lend credibility to our show. Tonight he joins us to talk 1980s followup to Suspiria: Inferno, with music...


Oct 23, 2022

What's that behind you? Why it's a supernatural sex pest of course! This week, Aaron's pick for DEcomPOSERS month takes us back to 2014 (sort of) where we read Dostoyevsky and use the word "bang" far more often than any of us is comfortable with. It's the indie horror with a message, if only we could determine what that...