Tag: Sony

DVD: Interview, The (2014)

DVD: Interview, The (2014)

February 21, 2015 | By

After the ridiculous hype and controversies transformed Seth Rogan’s comedy of two bumbling morons ‘requested’ by the CIA to assassinate North Korea’s Dear Leader #3, Kim Jong-un, into a symbol of free artistic speech, what finally arrives on video…

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Camera Test #102: GBC-CTC-5X + Flesh Tones

Camera Test #102: GBC-CTC-5X + Flesh Tones

February 4, 2014 | By

  Since the basic details of the GBC CTC-5X video camera are covered in Camera Test #102, I’ll keep things a bit more brisk that in the prior Camera Test blog. If the facts start reading a wee bit dry, just skip down to the end where the YouTube + Vimeo links are located. Now then. From what I’ve managed to find in print and picture online, GBC was a U.S. company specializing in industrial-level video cameras during the late sixties […]

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MICHAEL WANDMACHER (2012)

MICHAEL WANDMACHER (2012)

April 9, 2012 | By

Return to: Home / Exclusive Interviews & Profiles / Composers . Prior to the release of Sony’s reboot of Twisted Metal for the PS3, composer Michael Wandmacher (Dirve Angry, Piranha 3D, The Punisher: War Zone) discussed the intricacies of scoring music for an in-development videogame, plus a few quick tidbits on his latest horror film score – the […]

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MP3: Twisted Metal (2012)

MP3: Twisted Metal (2012)

April 9, 2012 | By

Return to: Home / Soundtrack  Reviews / T to U . Rating: Very Good Label: Sony/ Released: February 14, 2012 Tracks & Album Length: 20 tracks / (61:40) . Special Notes: Digital Album. . Composer: Michael Wandmacher . . Review: For Sony’s PSP3’s Twisted Metal, Michael Wandmacher handles the main scoring chores, writing thick guitar tracks and […]

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NICK REDMAN / TWILIGHT TIME (2011 / 2012)

NICK REDMAN / TWILIGHT TIME (2011 / 2012)

February 5, 2012 | By

Return to: Home / Exclusive Interviews & Profiles / DVD . March 2012 marks the one-year anniversary of Twilight Time, one of several independent video labels whose goal is to release catalogue titles that have slipped under the radar of the major labels, such 1952’s My Cousin Rachel, and the relatively recent Fright Night (1985). When the interviews […]

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