In a wacky take on My Fair Lady, Dolly Parton has to transform Sly Stallone into a country star in the bizarre 1984 “comedy”, Rhinestone.
Covered last season by Cherlene on Archer, Jerry Reed’s song Eastbound and Down is the perfect complement to the Burt Reynolds classic, Smokey and the Bandit.
Some of the biggest bands of 90’s alt-rock came together for the Dumb and Dumber soundtrack including Butthole Surfers, Crash Test Dummies and The Proclaimers.
Paying tribute to Kaiju movies, the Beastie Boys headed to Japan for one of their hit singles off the Hello Nasty album, Intergalactic.
Musical Montage’s tribute to spooky classical pieces wraps up with Beethoven classic piano piece, Moonlight Sonata, which was a major factor in the first Resident Evil game and other movies and TV shows.
You’ll think you’ve entered the mystical throne room of a troll king as you listen to Edvard Grieg’s classic “In the Hall of the Mountain King”.
Mussogursky’s classic piece has been featured in a number of things but it’s probably best known for unleashing one of the most horrific and intimidating Disney characters of all time onto the world, the demonic Chernabog from Fantasia.
For this month’s spooky installments of Musical Montage, we’ll be featuring iconic classical pieces that have been used in horror movies over the years and, to kick things off, we have the iconic organ piece Toccata and Fugue in D Minor by Bach.
The soundtrack for Super Mario Bros: The Movie is almost as bizarre as the actual movie itself, featuring songs from the likes of Megadeth to Roxette to Queen to Marky Mark.
With Sly Stallone directing and Frank Stallone writing the music, Staying Alive is the insane sequel to Saturday Night Fever where Travolta’s Tony Manero attempts to get a role in the demonic Broadway musical, Satan’s Alley. The title track of the movie and the musical is Far From Over and it will not leave your brain once you listen to it.