2 items from 2012
By now, if you made the smart choice this weekend, you're thinking to yourself, "damn, 'Cabin In The Woods' was a nice fucking surprise!" An atypical horror film to say the least writer/producer Joss Whedon and director Drew Goddard likely blew a lot of minds this weekend.
However, you might be thinking to yourself. Wait, there's no soundtrack, other than the score by David Julyan of course, and what were all those songs featured in the movie? Well, don't worry, we got you. While no soundtrack disc was released, and curiously enough, the song in the trailer that people dig so much, "Young Blood" by Naked and Famous isn't featured in the deconstructed horror, the film features a vast and eclectic mix of music that includes heavier artists like Nine Inch Nails (from the <i>Broken</i> Ep back in '92), Switchfoot, Eagles of Death Metal and Iggy Pop, but isn't »
- The Playlist
It may be over ten years since the class of '99 walked the hallways of their high school, but it seems for Stifler, Jim, Michelle and the rest of the gang, the playlist hasn't really changed.
With "American Reunion" headed to theaters in a couple of weeks, details on the official soundtrack (via Film Music Reporter) as well as the full list of songs in the film has dropped, and it's a bit of jump back in time. Oh sure, the party-starting tracks most people expect these days from the interchangeable likes of Cobra Starship, Lmfao and 3Oh!3 feature, but it's the '90s that are here in full force. The Verve Pipe, Semisonic, Lit, Third Eye Blind, Montell Jordan, Boyz II Men, Montell Jordan, 2 Live Crew....it's like we're fifteen all over again. Remember Bic Runga's "Sway"? No? It was a minor '90s hit that appeared on »
- Kevin Jagernauth
2 items from 2012
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