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Music video blog that also includes video, audio, and interactive media. You'll find some reviews and recommendations from the underground of the entertainment world, covering music, film, gaming, and more.
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30 August, 2010

Watching for Sound

An Audiovisual Project

As part of our ongoing campaign to eliminate all forms of boredom, we have taken the time to select and carefully compile a list of films that are not only visually, but also audibly appealing. What does all this mean? It means that we have listed a bunch of movies with kick ass soundtracks. Over the next million years (estimated time), it will be our job to watch all of these films and review each of their soundtracks. The list is constantly growing, and suggestions are welcome. Of course, I know as well as you do that this is all just a pretext to watch movies, but hey, I say if you're going to be useless, you might as well share it with the world. So, world (or in this case, Mom), here's our starting list of movies and their corresponding score composers:

Disney's The Jungle Book (1967): Various Artists

o Death Proof (2007): Various Artists

o Caramel (2007): K. Mouzannar

o Pride and Prejudice (2005): Dario Marianelli

o Grizzly Man (2005): Richard Thomson

o Marie Antoinette (2006): Various Artists

o Pulp Fiction (1994): Various Artists

o Jackie Brown (1997): Various Artists

o Underground (1995): Goran Bregović

o James and the Giant Peach (1996): Randy Newman (his cousin)


  1. "Good bye Lenin" & "Amelie": Yann Tiersen

    1. Great suggestions, especially since we've been wanting to see Goodbye Lenin for a while now. Cheers, Jinan!