6 items from 2012
In this week’s Bones, Booth crafted a meaningful playlist as a romantic gesture for Brennan. Shout-out? (Probably not.) Regardless, we’ve pulled together another TVLine Mixtape for you – because we, like Seeley, like you more than a friend.
As always, here are some great songs from recent TV episodes, complete with artist and album information in case you want to add them to your permanent collection. Spoilers abound, and we chose songs we liked – but we always want to hear your thoughts and suggestions.
So peruse our playlist, and then hit the comments with your favorite TV jams!
Series And Episode | The Walking Dead, »
- Kimberly Roots
Now that Rick is finally done with his hallucinations and met Michonne, maybe we will get some ass-kicking tonight? Someone's gotta go rescue Maggie and Glenn from Merle and the Governor. Tonight's episode entitled "When The Dead Come Knocking" was directed by Dan Sackheim.
Spoiler Alert: Do not read any further if you haven't watched the episode yet. This is a recap with specific details from the episode. Continue only if you have watched it.
This episode started with Merle menacing Glenn in a wooden shack. Merle was still upset about that rooftop incident back in season 1. Glenn explained that the group went back for Merle, even T-Dog, but when Merle learned that T-Dog didn't make it, he grimaced "I hope he went slow." Glenn still refused to talk even while being tortured. Maggie listened while also tied to a chair nearby.
After the opening credits, we are back at »
- KW Low
The Master marks the second collaboration between Paul Thomas Anderson and highly respected progressive composer/RadioHead guitarist multi-instrumentalist Jonny Greenwood. Back in 2007, There Will Be Blood saw Greenwood compose an orchestral score (Academy ruled it ineligible due to its use of pre-existing material) — he used some already existing materiel from Body songs and his award-winning Popcorn Superhet Receiver was also used in the first wordless twelve minutes of the film. This ineligibility won’t be a liability this year, as Greenwood continues his streak of brilliance in scoring eleven original compositions — eerie and multi-layered, as the film itself, this is potentially the best score we’ll hear all year.
The notion of multi-layered is rather fitting term for an engrossing perplexing beast of a film such as The Master. Who is the master? Even if Lancaster Dodd calls himself one and he acts the part, it doesn’t necessarily mean that he is one. »
- Mathieu Coates
We’re nearly there, folks. Paul Thomas Anderson’s long-awaited The Master finally hits theaters nationwide in a little under a month, and you can now listen to a track from Johnny Greenwood’s score for the film to help tide you over for the time-being. Greenwood—of Radiohead fame—scored Anderson’s 2007 pic There Will Be Blood, and his moody tones return yet again for The Master. I found his work on Blood to be hauntingly beautiful, and based on what we hear in this track called “Application 45 Version 1”, it appears that his work on The Master will be equally unsettling. Hit the jump to take a listen to what Greenwood has cooked up. The soundtrack will be available on September 11th, while The Master opens on September 14th. Here’s the full tracklist for the soundtrack, followed by the clip from “Application 45 Version I” (via The Playlist): »
- Adam Chitwood
I'm not sure how interesting this will be for most of you, but Marvel has updated the Iron Man 3 official site with the logo animation you see to the right. Robert Pattinson has joined the cast of Werner Herzog's Queen of the Desert opposite Naomi Watts with a late Fall 2012 start being eyed. The film is based on the true story of Gertrude Bell (Watts), the traveler, writer, archaeologist, explorer, cartographer, and political attache for the British Empire at the dawn of the twentieth century. Pattinson's character is that of T.E. Lawrence, whom most know as Lawrence of Arabia. [Variety] Keanu Reeves continues to discuss the prospects of a Bill and Ted's 3 this time telling GQ, "One of the plot points is that these two people have been crushed by the responsibility of having to write the greatest song ever written and to change the world. And they haven't done it. »
- Brad Brevet
If it’s anything like his work on There Will Be Blood — and from the short glimpses it certainly seems so — then Jonny Greenwood will deliver one of the best scores of the year for Paul Thomas Anderson‘s The Master. While we haven’t heard any single tracks from the Radiohead guitarist, the first details for the score have arrived today from Pitchfork which include 11 new song from Greenwood, as well as pieces from World War II by Ella Fitzgerald, Jo Stafford, including a performance from the young star Madisen Beaty. Check out the cover above and the tracklist below, along with Stafford’s song.
1 Overtones 2:20
2 Time Hole 1:42
3 Back Beyond 3:42
4 Get Thee Behind Me Satan – Performed by Ella Fitzgerald 3:47
5 Alethia 4:06
6 Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree (With Anyone Else but Me) – Performed by Madisen Beaty 1:36
7 Atomic Healer 1:24
8 Able-Bodied Seamen 3:54
9 The »
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6 items from 2012
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