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Blood on the Tracks Episode 47: The Atomic 1950s.

July 31st, 2021


The Atomic age is upon Blood on the Tracks this month as all sorts of strange radiation-born monsters are invading the perfect utopia that was the 1950s *cough-cough*. Anyway, it was a great decade to be a sci-fi and horror fan, and it was a decade that produced a lot of great film scores. Lee curates a playlist that reflects some of the best examples of this fact, in his opinion.

--Main Title from "The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms" (1953) --David Buttolph
--Main Title & Fury of Godzilla from "Godzilla" (1954) --Akira Ifukube
--Blasted Arachnid from "Tarantula" (1955) --Henry Mancini & Herman Stein
--Suite from "Beginning of the End" (1957) --Albert Glasser
--Orchestral Suite 8 from "The Amazing Colossal Man" (1957) --Albert Glasser
--Main Title from "Attack of the Crab Monsters" (1957) --Ronald Stein
--Homura Club - Background Music #1 from "The H-Man" (1958) --Masaru Satoh
--Main Titles & End Titles from "Fiend Without a Face" (1958) --Buxton Orr
--Suite from "The Atomic Submarine" (1959) -- Alexander Laszlo

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 238: “Fly Me” (1973).

July 26th, 2021


Lee, Leah and special guest Gary Hill join the mile high club this week as they talk about "Fly Me" (1973). This Roger Corman-produced off-shoot of his sexy nurses films features the directing talents of Cirio H. Santiago, Jonathan Demme, and Curtis Hanson; and along with a cast of often-naked beauties, it has bit parts by Dick Miller and Vic Diaz. How can it fail? Tune in to find out! Italian mothers; sex slavery; bad martial arts; bloody shoot-outs: this film has it all and more! The hosts also talk about what they've watched recently. So get your tickets and hop aboard TMBDOS! Airlines.

"Fly Me" IMDB 

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Featured Music: Excerpts from the score to "Fly Me" by Willie Arce & "Waitress in the Sky" by The Replacements.

TMBDOS! Episode 237: “Citizen Kane” (1941).

July 19th, 2021


Lee and Leah find themselves with the daunting task of talking about "Citizen Kane" (1941) -- the film that put Orson Welles on the map, and is often hailed as the greatest film of all time. But is it any good? Does it hold up? Is it a case of style over substance? Do the hosts have anything new to say about this film? Maybe not, but join in anyway to hear their opinions; Lee get in a fight with a moth live on the recording; and what the hosts have watched to as of late.

"Citizen Kane" IMDB 

Featured Music: "The Glass Ball" & "Prelude" by Bernard Herrmann.

TMBDOS! Episode 236: “The Girl with the Pistol” (1968).

July 5th, 2021


Lee and Leah are joined on this episode by special guest Daniel Segura, of the excellent Moustachioed Podcastio to talk about a film that deals with bride kidnapping and honour killings - and it's a swinging 1960s comedy! On this episode they cover the Monica Vitti-starring film "The Girl with the Pistol" (1968). Also, as Daniel is a first-time guest, he gets to play The Movie God Game. Can Lee stump two people in a row? The hosts also talk about what they've watched as of late. So gather up your lira, get a passport and a gun, and come with us to England for some sweet, sweet revenge.

"The Girl with the Pistol" IMDB 

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Featured Music: "La Ragazza Con La Pistola"; Shake Balera" & In Due" by Peppino De Luca.

TMBDOS! Intermission #34: “Promising Young Woman” (2020).

July 2nd, 2021


Despite the subject matter, Lee & Leah try to keep in good spirits while having a pretty serious chat about a very different rape/revenge film, in Emerald Fennell's "Promising Young Woman" (2020).

"Promising Young Woman" IMDB 

Featured Music: "Nothing's Gonna Hurt You, Baby" by Donna Missal.

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