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Composer Daniel Licht, Known for ‘Dexter’, Dies at 60

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Composer Daniel Licht, Known for ‘Dexter’, Dies at 60
Television, film, and video games composer Daniel Licht, best known for his work on Showtime’s “Dexter,” died late Wednesday following a battle with cancer. He was 60. Originally from Detroit, Licht’s first major work was scoring the 1991 horror film “Children of the Night.” His compositions caught the attention of Clive Barker, who tapped Licht to score “Hellraiser: Bloodline.” Licht scored numerous horror films but also forayed into more mainstream fare like the Ben Stiller film “Permanent Midnight,” and indies like “The Winner” and “Cowboy Up.” Licht’s work on “Dexter” was well regarded, and each season’s soundtrack was released for sale.
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Daniel Licht, ‘Dexter,’ ‘Children of the Corn’ Composer, Dies at 60

Daniel Licht, ‘Dexter,’ ‘Children of the Corn’ Composer, Dies at 60
Daniel Licht, composer for TV’s “Dexter,” died of cancer late Wednesday. He was 60.

Licht scored all eight seasons of “Dexter,” the Showtime serial-killer drama, from 2006 to 2013. Although he also wrote music for movies and other TV projects, it was his quirky music for “Dexter” – employing unusual sounds using bones, knives, scissors, duct tape, wine glasses, didgeridoo, Irish harp and other instruments – that became his best-known work.

Seven albums of “Dexter” music, all featuring his scores, were released. Licht himself played many of the percussion instruments in a 10-minute orchestral suite of “Dexter” music performed live at Poland’s Krakow Film Music Festival in 2015.

Said “Dexter” executive producer Clyde Phillips: “Dan was an incredibly talented musician and composer, but most of all, he was a dear friend. His passing leaves all of us a bit quieter, a bit sadder, and without the gift of his music and his love
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‘Hell on Wheels’ Midseason Finale First Look (Exclusive Video)

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‘Hell on Wheels’ Midseason Finale First Look (Exclusive Video)
Bad news for “Hell on Wheels” fans: After Saturday night's midseason finale, they're in for a month-long drought. The AMC western drama goes into hibernation until Nov. 8, when it returns for its final three episodes of the season. Good news for “Hell on Wheels” fans: TheWrap has an advance look at the midseason finale — right here, right now. See photos: ‘Hell on Wheels’ Season 4 Gallery: Anson Mount and Colm Meaney Cowboy Up During the midseason finale — ominously titled “Return to Hell” — Cullen (Anson Mount), Durant (Colm Meaney) and Campbell (Jake Weber) negotiate toward a settlement for policing...
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Lenny McNab wins Food Network Star Season 10!

And it’s cowboy Lenny for the win! Food Network Star crowned its Season 10 winner Sunday night, and Colorado’s “Gourmet Cowboy” Lenny McNab was the charmer America most wanted to see lasso his own show on the network. The multitalented McNab — a former chuck wagon chef who also has his own honky tonk act — scored the most viewer votes, besting fellow finalists Luca Della Casa and Nicole Gaffney and earning the right to bring a variation of his Cowboy Up pilot to Food Network. McNab, 42 — who launched his Stetson into the air when his picture appeared on the big screen as the winner — … Continue reading →

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'Sweet Home Alabama's' Bubba Thompson on beers, the Bible, Salma Hayek and the 'Cowboy Code'

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Fan favorite finalist Bubba Thompson from Cmt's "Sweet Home Alabama" has written a book about love, dating, and the uniquely debonaire ways of a real cowboy. But before you read the Alabama charmer's book, check out Bubba's answers to our "Survey Says" questions:

What is your current computer desktop picture?

Open sky -- there's nothing better to look at for the soul.

What would you want to be written on your tombstone?

He lived an honest life and knew how to "Cowboy Up."

Do you believe in karma?

The way you treat others is the most important thing in a cowboy's life. Honoring and respecting others, your faith, your animals and your land -- it all comes back to you as karma in the end. This is one of the main themes in my new book.

What was the last lie you told?

"I only had one beer."

Do you have any strange phobias?
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The Client List Review: Something for the Ladies

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"Cowboy Up" was a fun filler episode of The Client List.

It was really needed after the first couple episodes of the season and the tension of Kyle's return, the police searches and worry about Riley's future. Her future is hardly settled, but she was in a better place this week and less stressed. It was nice to get back to "normal," as normal as things can get for Riley Parks, that is.

Yikes. If Kyle is telling the truth, the copper wire he stole was only worth $20,000, but the creep Riley visited last week plans on lying about how much was stolen so he can scam the insurance company.

Therefore, he told the police it was worth $80,000. Now he knows who Riley is, that she's willing to give him money - and everything with that situation is just bad, bad, bad. Thankfully, it was just a teeny slice of the hour.
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How to Throw a Django Unchained-Themed Oscar Party

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There's only a little while left to plan your Oscars viewing party, but we can help organize your at-home soiree with inspiration from one of this year's best picture nominees. Channel Quentin Tarantino's Spaghetti Western and make your Oscar party Django Unchained-themed. Of course, you'll want to focus on the fun things about the Western (more drinks, fewer Mandingo fights). And once you've got all your party plans in order, be sure to fill out our Oscar ballot for a chance to win on the big night too. How to decorate: Go Western with your decor and use cactus and boot motifs, and to really commit to the theme, make a giant papier-mâché tooth and affix it to a piece of furniture. Play the soundtrack or your own mix of R&B and soul music. How to dress: Cowboy up! Rock an outfit like the badass Django, complete with green jacket,
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More Details on Award-Winning Composer Daniel Licht's Score for Silent Hill: Downpour

Konami has provided a bit more information on yet another great team member working on the highly anticipated Silent Hill: Downpour: award-winning composer Daniel Licht, known for his work on Showtime's "Dexter", who will be adding his eerie touches to the upcoming game.

From the Press Release

Award-winning composer Daniel Licht scores Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.'s Silent Hill: Downpour. The highly anticipated game will be released on March 13, 2012, for Playstation Network and Xbox 360. Downpour will bring a completely original storyline and an all-new haunting soundtrack to the video game series. The soundtrack is available March 13, 2012, on Milan Records, featuring the game’s theme “Silent Hill” by Jonathan Davis, front-man of nu metal band Korn, and score by Daniel Licht. Licht is best known for his scores to every "Dexter" episode.

In describing Silent Hill: Downpour, Licht stated, “I’m inspired by the mood and the story.
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PaleyFest '11: Supernatural Season (and Series) Finale Scoop!

PaleyFest '11: Supernatural Season (and Series) Finale Scoop!
From TVLine contributor Vlada Gelman…

Angels, monsters, heaven, purgatory, souls, family. Those are just a few of the topics Supernatural has been tackling this season. While some shows might buckle under the weight of such heavy issues, the CW series is kicking things into high gear as it prepares to wrap up its sixth season. At a PaleyFest panel honoring the show on Sunday afternoon, the cast and producers teased “curveballs,” lots more Castiel, and ruled out a certain comeback.

Cowboy Up | Before the panel, the audience was treated to a sneak preview of the upcoming Western episode. Castiel (Misha Collins
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Hallmark Channel's July Schedule Packed With Western Thrills And Top Hollywood Talent

Gun-toting bandits, grizzly cowboys and bloodthirsty outlaws are all characters in Hallmark Channel's July movie round-up. Several notable leading men such as Matt Damon, Kieffer Sutherland, Ernest Borgnine, Lou Diamond Phillips, Luke Perry and Dean Cain are included among the month's showcase of western-set dramas.

Highlights from Hallmark Channel's July movie schedule:

- Sunday, July 5 - "Angel and the Badman", a remake of the 1947 classic starring Lou Diamond Phillips and Luke Perry. - Friday, July 10 - "Geronimo: An American Legend" with Matt Damon as a U.S. Calvary lieutenant pitted against the famed Native American warrior. - Saturday, July 11 12pm/11am Central - "Butch and Sundance: The Early Days" follows the young men before they grew into hunted outlaws. - Saturday, July 11 - "The Gambler, The Girl and The Gunslinger" featuring Dean Cain as a cattle rancher battling to preserve his livelihood. - Sunday, July 12 - "Aces N Eights" stars
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