Friday, September 23, 2011

Episode 30: Flame Up! Summer 2011 Recap with Alex Billington

Episode 30:  Flame Up!  Summer 2011 Recap

Alex Billington (Firstshowing.net) joins Christopher, Marius and Tom to look back at the films and film scores from the Summer of 2011.  They discuss their faves and disappointment and compare 2011's Summer offerings with 2010's.  Lastly, they talk about their expectations for next Summer which is chalk full of potential with the release of The Dark Knight Rises, Prometheus, and The Avengers!


Episode Highlights

00:00 — Summer Montage and Intro
10:35 — What have you been listening to?
26:08 — Welcome Alex Billington
27:22 — Top films from Summer 2011
48:14 — Top film scores from Summer 2011
17:20 — The original goal for the short film
22:30 — No Deadlines?
24:40 — Twitter and Facebook questions


Music Clips (Select music clips contained in this podcast)



00:13 — "End Credits" (Pirates/ On Stranger Tides) by Hans Zimer
11:27 — "Ancient China- Story of Shen" (Kung Fu Panda 2) by John Powell and Hans Zimmer
12:38 — "Gears Keep Turning" (Gears of War 3) by Steve Jablonsky
17:15 — "Movement Four" (The Lord of the Rings Symphony) by Howard shore
18:47 — "Hanna's theme" (Hanna) by The Chemical Brothers
20:00 — "Container Park" (Hanna) by The Chemical Brothers
22:57 — "Special ops" (Hanna) by The Chemical Brothers
47:29 — "Source Code Main Titles" (Source Code) by Chris P. Bacon
48:51 — "Earth to Asgard" (Thor) by Patrick Doyle
50:04 — "Super 8" (Super 8) by Michael Giacchino
53:54 — "Motherhood" (Tree of Life) by Alexandre Desplat
57:25 — "The Tunnel" (Harry Potter/Deathly Hallows 2) by Alexandre Desplat
60:05 — "First Class" (X-Men: First Class) by Henry Jackman
60:49 — "Captain America Main Titles" (Captain America: First Avenger) by Alan Silvestri
61:50 — "Picnic and Beehive Chase" (Winnie the Pooh) by Henry Jackman
62:55 — "Abin Sur Attacked" (Green Lantern) by James Newton Howard
63:44 — "rologue" (Conan the Barbarian) by Tyler Bates
79:05 — "Main Title Sequence" (Winnie The Pooh) by Zooey Deschanel, M Ward


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