Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Aliens were cooler in tin foil.

Another week down, another show online. I'm way too good to you folks.

August 27th show DOWNLOAD

In other news, the Teen Choice Awards just passed, and let me be the first to say "Who cares?!". Giving young people the idea that their opinions matter is how we get categories like "Best Hissy Fit" and people like Keanu Reeves starring in the remake of The Day The Earth Stood Still. JiggaWhat? Yeah that's right. I'm not kidding. Though, I can't say nay that much. I do have both Bill & Ted films proudly on my shelf...and who knows, it may be good. Perhaps Keanu could also play the role of Gort, which somehow seems more fitting.

We're taking Dogstar to a whole new galaxy!

I also snagged a limited edition copy of the score to Hundra by Ennio Morricone, who shows us that you can never be too uppity for naked sword wielding babes.

Friday, August 24, 2007

When's the Last Crusade anyway John?

Long time composer and general attention monger, John Williams, crawled out of his ivory tower recently to give a lecture at Berkshire Museum to probably talk about how awesome he is. Being on a unfortunately temporary hiatus since 2005 he mentioned several projects he will soon be working on. To no surprise he's got his baton firmly lodged in Stephen Spielburgs tookus, scoring the new films Lincoln and Indiana Jones IV, and apparently his magic wand isn't stopping there since he announced that he'll once again be working on the Harry Potter films, with The Deathly Hallows.

Dun Dun! Dun dun dun DUN!

Seriously guys, there are plenty of other amazing film score composers out there that AREN'T Williams. For realz.

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Holy got off my ass, Batman!

Yep, check it out! My first podcast since Halloween. Wow, I'm lazy. Actually, poor. Just poor, and server space isn't free. So paypal me those funds you moochers.

Hope you guys enjoy the program, you can download it here :

Drive-In Speakerbox August 20th, 2007

In other news, I recently saw Stardust. Perhaps the fact that I have a slight penchant for romantic fantasy action/adventures made me enjoy this film...but my loathing for Robert De Niro brought it back down to a more expected Hollywood ticket pusher. Michelle Pfeiffer is still fetching, especially since she's one hundred and six years old. Anyone want to help me build an airship? Cause I *need* one, the fate of my love life depends on it.

Until next time...
Captain Shakespeare
Most over-rated man in Hollywood

Thursday, August 02, 2007

Back from the Grave!

Howdy folks!
I know I've been away from the web for a while, but that doesn't mean I haven't been on the air! Don't forget to check out my show on Monday evenings. I know I've said it a billion times, but I'm seriously going to start podcasting soon! For real. No, I'm not kidding.

In other news, one of my favorite shows is about to hit DVD after years and years of empty promises. Check it out.

Stay tuned...