Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Monday, February 23, 2009
Here's the soundtrack for the recent remake of Friday The 13th. I must admit that I was skeptical about this movie going into it because I had seen all of the movies in the original series. This movie by no means was a cheap ripoff remake. The Jason in this movie was a cold-blooded mofo. I was pleasantly surprised by what I saw in this movie. Enjoy....
Trent: Where the fuck are you, going?
Jenna: Right now, I feel safer with him than I do with you.
Trent: You just dug your own grave, bitch.
Sunday, February 22, 2009
This movie was owned by Heath Ledger (who deserved his Oscar by the way). Just watching him chew up the scenery put chills down my spine. I thought that Jack Nicholson was the definitive Joker until I saw this movie. Enjoy this deluxe soundtrack....
The Dark Knight Discs 1 & 2
Disc 1 Run Time 1:13:31
Disc 2 Run Time 1:12:51
01 Why So Serious 9:14
02 I'm Not A Hero 6:34
03 Harvey Two-Face 6:16
04 Aggressive Expansion 4:35
05 Always A Catch 1:39
06 Blood On My Hands 2:16
07 A Little Push 2:42
08 Like A Dog Chasing Cars 5:02
09 I Am The Batman 1:59
10 And I Thought My Jokes Were Bad 2:28
11 Agent Of Chaos 6:55
12 Introduce A Little Anarchy 3:42
13 Watch The World Burn 3:47
14 A Dark Knight 16:15
01 Bank Robbery (Prologue) 5:23
02 Buyer Beware 2:55
03 Halfway To Hong Kong 3:43
04 Decent Men In An Indecent Time 2:50
05 You're Gonna Love Me 4:51
06 Chance 3:33
07 You Complete Me 4:50
08 The Ferries 9:57
09 We Are Tonight's Entertainment 5:37
10 A Watchful Guardian 6:45
11 Why So Serious (Crystal Method Remix) 5:30
12 Poor Choice Of Words (Paul Van Dyk Remix) 6:14
13 Gunpowder And Gasoline (Mel Wesson Remix) 4:33
14 Rory's First Kiss 6:03
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Harvey Dent: Alfred, right?
Alfred Pennyworth: That's right, sir.
Harvey Dent: Yeah, Rachel talks about you all the time. You've known her, her whole life!
Alfred Pennyworth: Oh, not yet, sir.
Harvey Dent: Heh heh heh. Any psychotic ex-boyfriends I should be aware of?
Alfred Pennyworth: [smiles] Oh, you have no idea.
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The Joker: I want... my phone call. I want it. I want it! I want my phone call!
Detective Stephens: That's nice.
The Joker: How many of your friends have I killed?
Detective Stephens: I'm a twenty-year man. I can tell the difference between punks who need a little lesson in manners, and the freaks like you who just enjoy it.
Detective Stephens: And you've killed six of my friends.
[Joker, pretending amazement, mouths "six?"]
Here was a bit of an oddity that I ran across as a torrent. I remember hearing about a musical based upon Batman with music & lyrics by Jim Steinman. In a way, I'm glad that this disn't see the light of day, because I can't picture Batman beating someone down and singing a song at the same time. Listen & enjoy what came close to being a reality....
01 Gotham City / The Graveyard Shift – Emily Pulley & Jim Steinman
02 In The Land Of The Pig, The Butcher Is King – Rob Evan & Elaine Caswell
03 Not Allowed To Love – Jim Steinman
04 The Joker’s Song (Wonderful Toys) – Jim Steinman
05 The Catwoman’s Song (I Need All The Love I Can Get) – Karine Hannah & Jim Steinman
06 We’re Still The Children We Once Were – Jim Steinman
07 Cry To Heaven – Kyle “Scarpia” Gordon
08 Not Allowed To Love (Pop Version) – Markus Lovett & Karine Hannah
09 Not Allowed To Love (Dance Version) – Karine Hannah & Jim Steinman
Batman - The Musical
Sunday, February 15, 2009
Here's something you don't see that very often, two different soundtracks from the same movie. Here's the reason why (thanks to IMDB):
"Richard Branson's Virgin Films, the production company bankrolling the movie, had wanted a commercially viable pop act to compose the music for the film to increase its market potential. Originally they approached David Bowie, who had used Orwell's novel as inspiration for some songs on his 1974 album, "Diamond Dogs", but he demanded too much money for the job. They opted instead for Eurythmics, who had initially turned down the offer but later accepted. The director Michael Radford was unaware of this plan and had already hired Dominic Muldowney to compose the entirety of the film's musical score. Virgin Films exercised their right of final cut and dubbed in some of the Eurythmics score for the film's theatrical release. Radford was displeased with this development and retaliated by withdrawing the film for consideration for BAFTA award for Best Picture. When the film did win the Evening Standard award for Best Film of the Year, Radford took the opportunity to denounce the Eurythmics involvement in his acceptance speech at the nationally televised ceremony."
So, here's the soundtracks by both the Eurythmics and Dominic Muldowney. Enjoy....
Dominic Muldowney - 1984 (Original Score)
Eurythmics - 1984 (For The Love Of Big Brother)
Here's an anthology comprising of music from the first eight Fridays, which were released by Paramount Pictures. This is another fan-made effort because I haven't seen this one available in any of the retail outlets. Enjoy....
Officer Dorf: What you been smoking, boy?
Jack: Smoke? Don't smoke causes cancer.
Officer Dorf: You know what I mean! What, you just get off a spaceship or something? Come on, Coloumbian gold, man. Hash, the grass, the weed, dig it?
Officer Dorf: You kids keep your noses clean, you understand? You'll be hearing from me if you don't! We ain't gonna stand for any weirdness out here!
Here's the soundtrack for My Bloody Valentine 3D. I personally haven't seen this one yet, but I haven't heard anything bad about it yet. Enjoy....
Irene: I'm not a whore!
Frank the Trucker: [tossing her a $20 bill] You are now!
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
Here's the WWE's latest compilation of their "sports entertainers" entrance themes. Enjoy....
Voices: WWE The Music Volume 9
Here's the Bonus Disc exclusively at Best Buy Only:
Voices: WWE The Music Volume 9 - Legends Of The WWE
This show is a guilty pleasure to watch. It's one of the earliest entries in the paranormal TV genre that seems to be sweeping the airwaves as of late. This show was particularly noteworthy when Derek Acorah, the so-called spiritualist medium on the show, would get possessed by spirits. Enjoy this seemingly fan-made effort...
This is one of my favorite films from the late 80's. The film shows that suburbia can have quite a dark side to it. If you haven't seen this yet, it will make you think a little bit differently about the new people who move into your nice suburban cul-de-sac. Enjoy....
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Mark Rumsfield: That really burns my ass.
Bonnie Rumsfield: What?
Mark Rumsfield: That old fart. He's got the best lawn on the block. And you know why? Because he trains his dog to crap in my yard.
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Vic, Garbageman #1: The question here is garbage. Who picks up this mess?
Mr. Rumsfield: Who picks up this mess? Well you're going to pick up this mess, because YOU are a garbage man.
Saturday, January 3, 2009
Here's the soundtrack for the last of the "Dirty Harry" films. I've added "Welcome to the Jungle as sort of a bonus track. Enjoy this 1989 release....
Harry Callahan: [points out the biggest, nastiest-looking guy in the prison to Janero] See that gorilla down there? That's Butcher Hicks... and he's killed three men. You know how he did it? He tore 'em apart with his teeth! Didn't even find all the pieces... you might say he has an unhealthy appetite.
Lou Janero: [nervous, but trying not to show it] So what?
Harry Callahan: So Hicks there is my new pen pal. I'm going to be sending him a letter once a week, and I'm going to be telling him how I'm gonna be looking in on his sick mother, and how I'm trying to get him special privileges here at the prison. And you know what's the interesting part? The interesting part is if anything happens to me, and Hicks doesn't get his letter, he's going to be really pissed off, and he's going to come down here and see you because you're the mail man. In fact he'll probably come down here to this post office and cancel your ass like a stamp. So you'd better ensure prompt, courteous delivery, and pray that nothing happens to me.
Sorry about not posting this in such a late fashion, but I was in my annual anti-social holiday phase. Don't know why, but it happens every year. Well anyway, back to the matter at hand. Here's the soundtrack for the 1983 installment in the saga of "Dirty Harry" Callahan. Enjoy this gem by Lalo Schifrin....
Crook: [during a diner robbery] What's you doing, you pighead sucka?
Harry Callahan: Every day for the past ten years, Loretta here's been giving me a large black coffee- except today she gives me a large black coffee and it has sugar in it. Alotta sugar. I just came back to complain.
Crook: Say what, sucka?
Harry Callahan: Well, we're not just gonna let you walk out of here.
Crook: Who'se we sucka?
Harry Callahan: [slowly drawing his .44 Magnum] Smith and Wesson... and me.
Saturday, November 29, 2008
Last week, I posted the score for "Dirty Harry". Here's the score for "Magnum Force", the first of the "Dirty Harry" sequels. Enjoy....
Harry Callahan: Well, I just work for the city, Briggs!
Lieutenant Briggs: So do I, longer than you, and I never had to take my gun out of its holster once. I'm proud of that.
Harry Callahan: Well, you're a good man, lieutenant. A good man always knows his limitations...
Saturday, November 22, 2008
This is one of my favorite Clint Eastwood titles, right along with the other four in the "Dirty Harry" series. There need to be more police officers like this on the streets. The crime rate would probably drop drastically, but lawsuits against the cities would probably rise. Enjoy this soundtrack from an awesome cop movie....
[Harry Callahan has to explain why he shot a man]
Harry Callahan: Well, when an adult male is chasing a female with intent to commit rape, I shoot the bastard. That's my policy.
The Mayor: Intent? How did you establish that?
Harry Callahan: When a naked man is chasing a woman through an alley with a butcher's knife and a hard-on, I figure he isn't out collecting for the Red Cross!
[walks out of the room]
The Mayor: He's got a point.
Monday, November 10, 2008
Thank God for torrent files. I saw this gem and latched onto it right away. This is the second release by the WWE. I had this on vinyl back in the good old days. I don't even think this was released on CD. This release helped to pave the way for the current slew of WWE collections featuring entrance themes of their performers. Take a listen to this one just to hear Vince McMahon (yes, that Vince McMahon) performing on one of the tracks. Other standout tracks on this album feature the entrance themes for The Honky Tonk Man and Demolition. Enjoy this otherwise unavailable gem....
Piledriver: The Wrestling Album 2
This is the first album that the WWE released in the mid-80's to "showcase" the talents of some of their superstars. This is worth just the listen to hear Roddy Piper doing one of the cuts on this 1985 out of print release. Enjoy....
The Wrestling Album
I know I've neglected this blog for quite a while, but I've been hanging out at mt other blog. Here's the soundtrack for the first of the current "Doctor Who" spin-off's. It's a cool show, but there are some themes in it which may put off some viewers. Enjoy...
Captain Jack Harkness: [voiceover during first season opening] Torchwood: outside the government, beyond the police. Tracking down alien life on Earth, arming the human race against the future. The twenty-first century is when everything changes. And you gotta be ready.
Wednesday, July 30, 2008
I've started a new blog, HORRORPHILE's BOOK SHOPPE. Please stop over and check it out. Comments on what you think of it or what you want to see on it are welcome....
Posted by HORRORPHILE at 7/30/2008 10:21:00 AM
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Here's what's probably the soundtrack from the last cinematic outing of Indiana Jones. Enjoy....
Indiana Jones: I've got a bad feeling about this.
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
Sam Kinison was one of Comedy's two bad boys from the Modern Age (Andrew "Dice" Clay being the other). Sam took comedy to new levels of popularity by headlining arenas while most comics were still performing in clubs and theaters. He also had the gift to make you laugh and cringe at the same time. No topic was sacred to him. He tore apart everything from relationships to organized religion. He was brash, loud, politically incorrect, but most of all, he was funny as hell. Enjoy the long out of print debut release from this comic genius....
Sam Kinison - Louder Than Hell
Monday, June 16, 2008
This is one of my favorite albums from the Summer of 83. It's hard to believe that it's 25 years old. At first, I couldn't stand this album. It sort of grew on me though. Enjoy this classic piece of 80's synth rock....
The Golden Age Of Wireless
Sunday, May 4, 2008
I wasn't a big fan of VH1's Storytellers series until I received this CD. I love hearing the acoustic version of some of Billy Idol's best. Enjoy....
Billy Idol - Storytellers
Monday, March 31, 2008
Here's a soundtrack from the twisted people who brought you Superbad and a host of other frat humor films. You'll never view Lionel Richie's "Hello" the same after watching this one if you haven't done so. Enjoy....
Trish: And what is this?
Andy Stitzer: [sounding exasperated] A vagina.
Trish: So how was it?
Here's one of my favorites from the early 80's. I still remember seeing this band on the decunct ABC series "Fridays". It had to be late night TV that had this band on. I don't think that many parents would want their children watching a blond with black electrician's tape covering her nipples engaging in all sorts of violent behavior during family viewing time. Enjoy this loud and fast gem. Here's a warning to the kiddies: try being a guitar hero to this one....
New Hope For The Wretched
Friday, March 21, 2008
Here's some more music from the new version of my all-time favorite sci-fi TV series. You can probably find this one in the import or soundtrack section of your favorite record store or Best Buy. Enjoy....
Martha Jones: I battle with textbooks.
The Doctor: I battle with monsters.
Martha Jones: I've tried to save money.
The Doctor: I've tried to save the universe.
Martha Jones: I'm going to be a doctor.
The Doctor: I *am* the Doctor.
Martha Jones: Well, let's hope this box is big enough for the both of us.
Sunday, February 24, 2008
This is one of my favorite all-time modern horror films. This has some great lines, innovative death scenes, and a killer with a sense of humor and a gift of great comic timing. This is a rip of my CD with the song "Nightmare", which played over the credits, added as a bonus track of sorts. I'd like to take the opportunity to thank "The Ripper" over at the Inferno Music Crypt for posting that one. Enjoy....
Hallguard: Where's your pass?
Nancy: Screw your pass.
Hallguard: [off screen] Hey... Nancy!
[flashing Freddy's finger knives]
Hallguard: No running in the hallways!
Here's the soundtrack from one of the greatest comedies of the 80's. I remember that you couldn't go anywhere without hearing the title track from this one. Enjoy....
Dana Barrett: Are you the Keymaster?
Dr. Peter Venkman: Not that I know of.
[She slams the door in his face. Venkman knocks again]
Dana Barrett: Are you the Keymaster?
Dr. Peter Venkman: Yes. Actually I'm a friend of his, he asked me to meet him here
Thursday, February 21, 2008
I finally got the third and final volume in the "Kissology" DVD series. Watching all of the old KISS concerts from the era when they had the makeup on brought back a lot of the twisted memories of my mispent youth. I don't know about you folks out there in blogland, but I prefer the KISS era with makeup over their era without the makeup. It was just something there that made them larger that life when they had the makeup on. The mystique seemed to vanish when they unmasked. Enjoy some clasic rock....
KISS - KISS
KISS - Hotter Than Hell
KISS - Dressed To Kill
KISS - Alive!
KISS - Destroyer
KISS - Rock And Roll Over
KISS - Love Gun
KISS - Alive II
KISS - Dynasty
KISS - Unmasked
KISS - Music From The Elder
KISS - Killers
KISS - Creatures Of The Night
KISS - Psycho Circus
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
This is some great music. I'll usually listen to this stuff when I'm on the computer or on headphones in a dark room. If you want to listen to some great atmospheric music, give these a try. You might just like it. This collection is missing their first release "Midnight Syndicate" and "Out Of The Darkness". If anyone out there knows where I can acquire or find these, please be kind enough to let me know. Enjoy....
Midnight Syndicate - Born Of The Night
Midnight Syndicate - Realm Of Shadows
Midnight Syndicate - Gates Of Delirium
Midnight Syndicate - Vampyre
Midnight Syndicate - Dungeons & Dragons
Midnight Syndicate - The 13th Hour
Thursday, February 14, 2008
I just saw this and I want to share this with whoever happens to run across my blog. I can't wait for this one. It's a shame this wasn't shown during the Superbowl though. Enjoy....
Posted by HORRORPHILE at 2/14/2008 12:19:00 PM
Saturday, February 9, 2008
This movie reminded me so much of my own youth that it's not even funny. I went through everything these guys went through. I wanted a phony ID, booze, and every girl that I came across. Fogell (or McLovin) is the funniest character in this movie. Enjoy this teen comedy soundtrack....
Evan: You changed your name to McLovin?
Seth: It doesn't even have a first name, it just says McLovin!
Evan: The guy's either going think 'here's another guy with a fake ID', or here's McLovin, 25 year old Hawaiian organ donor. Okay? So what's it gonna be?
Fogell: [grinning] I am McLovin.
This was John Candy's best film. If you haven't seen this movie, I would definitely say to check this one out. Macaulay Culkin and the other kids steal every scene that they're in. Enjoy....
Buck: Did you brush your teeth?
Miles: Yeah. You can even feel my toothbrush.
Buck: You know, I have a friend who works at the crime lab at the police station. I could give him your toothbrush and he could run a test on it... to see if you actually brushed your teeth... or just ran your toothbrush under the faucet.
[Miles imagines hearing sirens, Buck leaves]
Maisy Russell: If that's true, we're gonna REALLY have to start brushing our teeth.