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Blood on the Tracks Episode 40: 1970s Animal Attack Films Part 1.

November 30th, 2020


The animal's are angry with mankind this month in Lee's first part of his look into the soundtracks and scores of the 1970s animal attack genre.

--Main Theme from "Night of the Lepus" (1972) --Jimmie Haskell
--Ben's Song from "Ben" (1972) --Don Black & Walter Scharf; vocals by Michael Jackson
--Suite from "Killer Bees" (1974) --David Shire
--Suite from "The Chosen Survivors" (1974) --Fred Karlin
--Track 2 from "Phase IV" (1974) --Brian Gascoigne
--First Victim from "Jaws" (1975) --John Williams
--Suite from "Bacalhau/Codfish" (1975) --Beto Strada

Opening and closing music: Betrayal (Sorcerer Theme) from "Sorcerer" by Tangerine Dream, and My Name & The Departure from "Shanghai Joe" by Bruno Nicolai.

TMBDOS! Episode 221: “The Invisible Ray” (1936).

November 16th, 2020


Lee and Daniel are back, and they are both a bit drunk and barely edited (okay, Lee is quite a bit more drunk than Daniel). But they were determined to talk about the Lambert Hillyer sci-fi/horror film "The Invisible Ray" (1936), featuring the talents of Boris Karloff, Béla Lugosi, and the lovely Frances Drake. They do eventually get there, but it takes them 40 or so minutes. Some of the subjects brought up: Canadian geography; the films that truly scare Lee; bunk science that's somewhat based in reality; Karloff being mistreated by Universal compared to Lugosi; a horrible bit of racism in an otherwise great film; listener comments and what the hosts have watched as of late including talk about the latest episodes of "The Mandalorian".

"The Invisible Ray" IMDB

Featured Music: excerpts from the score for "The Invisible Ray" by Franz Waxman.

TMBDOS! Episode 220: “Mad Love” (1935).

November 2nd, 2020


This week Lee and Daniel check out Peter Lorre's intro into Hollywood with Karl Freund's "Mad Love" (1935). Topics brought up include some notable cast members other than Lorre; the differences between doctors and surgeons; transplantation of limbs, and where the science was in 1935 as compared to more recent years; and pondering why this is a bit of a lost film. Also brought up: listener comments and what Daniel has watched as of late.

"Mad Love" IMDB 

Daniel's recent podcast appearances:

Embrace the Void 
The Jacked-Up Review Show 

Featured Music: "Head Cut Off" by Beck & "She Drives Me Crazy" by Fine Young Cannibals.

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