Tag: Black Museum

Marco Beltrami Talks Zombies & Action + Lecture Resources

Marco Beltrami Talks Zombies & Action + Lecture Resources

October 18, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Podcast with esteemed genre composer Marco Beltrami, who discusses his work in the zombie and action genres, plus CD and Blu-ray reviews of the Beltrami-scored World War Z (Paramount), and the 2-disc Resident Evil 6 soundtrack set (Sumthing Else / ComCast). Also added: links to reading / viewing / listening resources for my Black Museum lecture, Black Glove Ballads.

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Black Glove Ballads: The Art of the Italian Giallo Soundtrack 3.0: Bonus Content!

Black Glove Ballads: The Art of the Italian Giallo Soundtrack 3.0: Bonus Content!

October 11, 2013 | By

Links to a pair of montages that didn’t make the final cut of the lecture, plus thanks to all who came, who provided advice, and who organized a fun evening.

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Black Glove Ballads: The Art of the Italian Giallo Soundtrack 2.0

Black Glove Ballads: The Art of the Italian Giallo Soundtrack 2.0

October 8, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Quick links to some reviews of Mario Bava giallo films in the KQEK.com archives, plus a link to my Top 5 Giallo Films at BlogTO!

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Black Glove Ballads: The Art of the Italian Giallo Soundtrack 1.0

Black Glove Ballads: The Art of the Italian Giallo Soundtrack 1.0

October 2, 2013 | By

Mark your calendars for my Black Museum lecture on the music composed for Italian’s beautifully insane crime / thriller / slasher / whodunnit / mystery genre, the giallo. On Thursday October 10th at 8pm at The Big Picture Cinemas, I’ll be discussing the artistry of several composers, including Carlo Rustichelli, Ennio Morricone, and Goblin. For some early contextual reading, I’ve uploaded reviews of some genre influences, including And Then There Were None (1945), The Cat and the Canary (1927), The Old Dark House (1932), and The Phantom (1931).

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