Tag: It’s Time to Talk About
It’s Time to Talk About Michel Gondry as an Auteur Rather Than as a Music Video Director
Though he would probably reject such a formal label, the French director’s work is certainly worthy of study.
It’s Time to Talk About Hollywood’s Obsession with Pete Townshend’s “Let My Love Open the Door”
A scientific investigation into the cinematic dad rock tune that would not die.
It’s Time to Talk About Viggo Mortensen and Buckethead’s Collaborative Album “Pandemoniumfromamerica”
It’s the duo’s third collaboration, but their only project featuring three Hobbits and Noam Chomsky.
It’s Time to Talk About Those “Music From and Inspired by ‘Spider-Man’” Albums
The official unofficial soundtracks to Sam Raimi’s trilogy reflect an odd moment in the history of popular movie soundtracks—namely one in which the soundtracks’ songs don’t actually appear in the movies.
It’s Time to Talk About the Awful Use of “Comfortably Numb” in that Sex Scene in “The Departed”
Movie: good. Van Morrison singing Pink Floyd while Leo takes his shirt off: bad.