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Video Game: Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag (2013)

Game Director: Ashraf Ismail

Composer: Brian Tyler

Let me answer your question right away: yes, I’m writing about a video game centered around pirates… However, to my own defense, you get to chill and plunder with Blackbeard throughout the majority of the game. 1,129 more words

Video Game

Movie Man Jackson looks at: 2017 Music in Movies (Part 3)

And the beat goes on. Part 3 of the Music in Movies series continues. If you missed parts 1 and two, they’re available here and… 882 more words

Movies/Film

You Know Well

Different spectra, perspectives, and you know very well why are you doing this.

Can’t tell you, won’t tell you, for you might run, because you’re not ready to hear it nor are you ready to accept that there’s someone out there who can love you with all that she has. 42 more words

Movie Man Jackson looks at: 2017 Music in Movies (Part 2)

Part 2 already? Part 2. Welcome back to another entry that deals with the music behind the feature films. If you missed Part 1, you can find that… 1,064 more words

Movies/Film

BRIAN TYLER AND THE RED ELVISES: ON MY WAY TO VEGAS

Balladeer’s Blog’s latest installment of “Give them a shoutout before they’re dead” features Brian Tyler and the Red Elvises’ work on the soundtrack to the monumentally overlooked film… 52 more words

Balladeer's Blog

The Mummy - Brian Tyler

As if there weren’t enough cinematic universes soon to be developed, Universal Studios jumped upon the popular train of establishing new franchises by creating the series of “Dark Universe” films focussing on the studio’s classic monsters such as Frankenstein, Dracula and, last but not least, 1,744 more words

Releases

THE MUMMY – Brian Tyler

Original Review by Jonathan Broxton

The Mummy is the first film in Universal Pictures’s series of new interlocking ‘Dark Universe’ films based on their roster of classic monsters. 2,099 more words

Reviews