About The Alienist:
The Alienist is an upcoming American drama television series based on the novel of same name by Caleb Carr. The psychological thriller drama is set in 1896, when a series of gruesome murders of boy prostitutes has gripped the city. Newly appointed top cop Teddy Roosevelt calls upon Dr. Laszlo Kreizler, a criminal psychologist — aka alienist — and newspaper illustrator John Moore to conduct the investigation in secret. Joining them in the probe is Sara Howard, a headstrong secretary at Police Headquarters.
TNT is home to original shows like Animal Kingdom and Good Behavior – plus more from The Librarians, Major Crimes, and The Last Ship. New shows – The Race Card, Will, and Claws will be premiering in 2017. See clips, previews, and more here on TNT’s official YouTube channel.
The Fifth Estate (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) – Original Score by Carter Burwell.
Also featuring the hit song “Elephant” by Tame Impala and “Always” by Amon Tobin. The album comes out digitally October 8th- you can pre-order it starting next Monday September 30th, with the physical CD release on October 29th. The movie The Fifth Estate is in theaters October 18
The Fifth Estate (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
01. A History of Media – Carter Burwell
02. Live – Carter Burwell
03. The Family – Carter Burwell
04. The Submission Platform – Carter Burwell
05. Always – Amon Tobin
06. The Informer – Carter Burwell
07. Face to Face – Carter Burwell
08. The Veil of Secrecy – Carter Burwell
09. The Next Time – Carter Burwell
10. Never Mess With Sunday – Yppah
11. The Assassination of Oscar Kingara – Carter Burwell
12. Collateral Murder – Carter Burwell
13. Take The Fight To Them – Carter Burwell
14. Come Alone – Carter Burwell
15. Elephant – Tame Impala
16. The Return of Daniel – Carter Burwell
17. We Promise to Publish in Full – Carter Burwell
18. Extraction – Carter Burwell
19. Come Catch Me – Emika
20. The Destruction of The Platform – Carter Burwell
21. History Will Judge – Carter Burwell
22. No One Will Be Able To Submit – Carter Burwell
23. A Fifth Estate – Carter Burwell
24. Asylum – Carter Burwell
From the film that changed everything for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie starring as husband and wife assassins! A fun mix of inspired songs including a cover of the Guns & Roses song “I Used To Love Her, But I had To Kill Her” by the Voodoo Glow Skulls and a cover of Bon Jovi‘s “You Give Love A Badname” by Atreyu. Also includes timeless classics such as “Tainted Love’ by Softcell, “You’ve Lost The Lovin Feeling” by The Righteous Brothers, “Express Yourself” by Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm band to name just a few. An absolute must have album.
Starring Brad Pitt and James Gandolfini Killing Them Softly was adapted from the book by George V. Higgins, “Cogan’s Trade.” The Dark neo-noir crime drama follows a hitman (Pitt) making the rounds. The album features an amazing mix of timeless and classic songs including “Heroin” by The Velvet Underground, “Moon Dance” by Carl Stone, “Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams” by Nico as well as an incredible cover of Johnny Cash song “The Man Comes Around” by famed guitarist James Wilsey!
A movie that envelops the intimate story of a family between the birth and death of the universe, “The Tree of Life” is a cosmic experience that resists easy narrative summary. The film won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival in May but has polarized critics and audiences. At its core, the movie focuses on the conflict between the natural and the spiritual worlds, which is to say that it pits the seen versus the unseen.
Malick’s choices of music stand in for the unseen in this thematic equation, though not always in obvious ways. The media-shy filmmaker is said to be a classical-music buff, along with being a birdwatcher and a hiking enthusiast. His soundtrack selections for “The Tree of Life” could spawn a lengthy essay on their own. Here are a handful of key pieces that provide the movie with some of its most musically inspired and memorable moments …
Well, talent sure seems to run in the Cronenberg family, what with Brandon “Son of David” Cronenberg making waves with diseased horror Antiviral. Equally disturbing is the film’s score by E.C. Woodley, which paints a nightmarish aural image that I imagine is quite effective in the film. Blurring the lines between score and sound design, Woodley’s soundscape is a dissonant and eerie experience that might just keep you up at night.
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