You may not recognize the name but you will definitely recognize the music of orchestral/electronic group E.S. Posthumus, whose music has appeared in a number of movie trailers and TV shows.
This week in Musical Montage we highlight Italian film composing legend Ennio Morricone, who has made some of the most well known movie scores of all time, including the ones for Sergio Leone’s spaghetti westerns.
It’s fitting that a disastrous movie like 1998’s Godzilla would have an equally disastrous theme song like “Come With Me” by Sean “P. Diddy” Combs
What do you get when MC Hammer and Deion Sanders team up for a song from the Street Fighter soundtrack? I don’t know, but Van Damme is in it.
Actor/Musician Miles Fisher covered the Talking Heads “This Must Be the Place” and decided to use his uncanny resemblance to Christian Bale to recreate American Psycho for the music video.
Batman has always had weird taste in music from Prince doing the entire soundtrack for the original Tim Burton movie to Seal’s “Kiss from a Rose” to, of course, the Batusi.
What better way to cap off the cheesy ridiculousness of Snakes on a Plane than the equally cheesy and ridiculous end credits song by Cobra Starship, “Snakes on a Plane (C’mon Bring It)”?
This is the week where the best of the year is discussed and listed and easily one of our favorite songs of the year is The Lonely Island’s, hijacked by Michael Bolton, club jam, “Jack Sparrow”
Despite the shameless exploitation of it by Hot Topic and the like, The Nightmare Before Christmas is still a holiday classic and part of that is it’s fantastic soundtrack, scored and sung by Danny Elfman.
Celebrate the holiday season with the greatest musical tribute to the greatest Christmas movie ever, Die Hard, courtesy of kick ass rock band Guyz Nite.