An October Throwback Thursday wouldn’t be complete without a Christopher Young score, namely the score to the Sam Raimi horror classic, Drag Me To Hell! Directed by Sam Raimi, this film stars Alison Lohman (featured in the album art), Lorna Raver, Justin Long, David Paymer, and many more. This is one of those films we would dare you NOT to look away. Stream the album on Spotify at the jump!
Universal Pictures and Ghost House Pictures present DRAG ME TO HELL, available now on Blu-ray/DVD (get it here) and on HD Digital (download on iTunes).
The Rover Soundtrack Is Out Now On Lakeshore Records – Download Here: [iTunes]
For this Throwback Thursday, we take a look at Antony Partos and Sam Petty‘s score for The Rover, starring Guy Pearce (The Time Machine, L.A. Confidential) and Robert Pattinson (Remember Me, Like Water For Elephants). Directed by David Michôd (Animal Kingdom), The Rover film is a dystopian The Road-meets-Road Warrior thriller! Antony’s latest release on Lakeshore Records is the award-winning documentary, Sherpa, now airing on Discovery.
Antony Partos is one of Australia’s most awarded film composers. His numerous film credits include the Sundance Festival winning film, Animal Kingdom DISGRACE (starring Academy Award® nominee John Malkovich) and Accidents Happen (starring Academy Award® winner Geena Davis). Sam Petty has been sound designer and mixer on about 30 features, dozens of documentaries, theatre productions and countless short films, including Animal Kingdom, Lore and The Hunter, as well as additional sound work on titles including Academy Award® nominated film, The Grandmaster.
A24 presents THE ROVER, available now on Blu-ray/DVD (get it here) and on VOD (rent it on iTunes).
The sweetness of Nacho’s nature, along with Black’s unselfconscious physical enthusiasm, turn all this into a live-action cartoon. – New York Daily News
For Throwback Thursday, Lakeshore Records presents Nacho Libre (Original Motion Picture soundtrack), featuring music by composer Danny Elfman, Beck, Jack Black, Los Lobos and more! Read further to preview the album and learn more about Nacho Libre movie, a comedy directed by Napoleon Dynamite‘s Jared Hess and stars Jack Black as the lovable wrestler, Ana de la Reguera and Héctor Jiménez.
Paramount Pictures presents NACHO LIBRE, available now on Blu-ray/DVD (get it here) and VOD (rent it on iTunes).
Nacho Libre (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
01. Hombre Religioso (Religious Man) – Mr. Loco 0:00
02. Move, Move, Move – Alan Hawkshaw & Alan Parker 0:30
03. Papas – Mr. Loco 1:00
04. Ramses Suite – Danny Elfman 1:30
05. There Is No Place In This World For Me – Beck 2:00
06. 10,000 Pesos – Beck 2:30
07. Irene – Caetano Veloso 3:00
08. Pump A Jam (Ramses) – Cholotronic 3:30
09. Black Is Black – Eddie Santiago 4:00
10. Half Forgotten Daydreams – John Cameron 4:30
11. Tender Beasts Of The Spangled Night – Beck 5:00
12. Saint Behind The Glass – Los Lobos 5:30
13. Forbidden Nectar – Jack Black & Mucho Macho Acapulco 6:00
Henry Poole Is Here Soundtrack Is Out Now On Lakeshore Records! Download Here: [iTunes]
‘Henry Poole Is Here’ achieves something that is uncommonly difficult. It is a spiritual movie with the power to emotionally touch believers, agnostics and atheists — in that descending order, I suspect. It doesn’t say that religious beliefs are real. It simply says that belief is real. And it’s a warm-hearted love story. – Roger Ebert
For Throwback Thursday, we’re feeling nostalgic for Henry Poole Is Here, starring Luke Wilson, Radha Mitchell, Adriana Barrazza, George Lopez, Cheryl Hines, Richard Benjamin, Morgan Lily and Rachel Seiferth. Watch this music video for “All Roads Lead Home” featuring Golden State, clips from the film and a pre-renovation of the famous Sixth Street Bridge in Los Angeles!
Overture Films, Lakeshore Entertainment and Camelot Pictures present HENRY POOLE IS HERE, available now on VOD (rent it on iTunes) and DVD (get it here).
We take a look back at The Song, starring Alan Powell (frontman of “Anthem Lights”), Ali Faulkner (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1) and Caitlin Nicol-Thomas (Nashville). Described a “lushly romantic melodrama” by Variety, The Song features score by Nashville-based composer Vincent Emmett. “[Vincent] is a powerhouse in the music and film industry. He has worked on musical projects by Paul Colman, Ginny Owens, Rebecca St. James and Michael Peloquin.” (Music Times)
Inspired by The Song of Solomon, the music-driven film is directed by Richard Ramsey. The Song is now available on DVD and HD video (download on iTunes).