As part of the absolute onslaught of promotions for 1990’s Dick Tracy, there was not one, not two, but three different music albums inspired by or related to the film, including a normal soundtrack album, the score by Danny Elfman and Madonna’s I’m Breathless album, featuring “Vogue”.
Wanting some pop songs to make Psycho III more hip for the MTV generation, Universal tasked composer Carter Burwell with making some but after a few rejected attempts, Burwell put a spin on his score for the electro-pop song “Scream of Love”.
Dominating almost every aspect of pop culture in the 90’s, the Crypt Keeper unleashed one of the ultimate Halloween party jams with the puntastic Crypt Jam rap, off the official Tales from the Crypt soundtrack.
Another Conjuring spin-off is on the way, new details about the potential John Wick prequel show, Ducktales has a premiere date, X-Men: Dark Phoenix gets a director and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the various reveals at E3, The Conjuring universe, Adam West, Black Panther, Street Hawk, the beginning of the Dark Universe and much more.
Among many of the awesome things Rodney Dangerfield does to take over Grand Lakes University in Back to School, one of the best is throwing an epic party featuring a live performance from Oingo Boingo, who contributed “Dead Man’s Party” to the movie’s soundtrack.
Led by frontman Danny Elfman, Oingo Boingo contributed to a number of soundtrack in the 80’s, including the title track the 1985 cult classic Weird Science.
Tim Burton’s original Batman film turns 25 today and there’s tons of behind the scenes facts and trivia surrounding the highest grossing film of 1989.
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.
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.