• List Of TV Shows And Corresponding Theme Artists

    28 avr. 2009, 22h49m par provlear

    Obviously a work in progress. Let me know if you have any additions or corrections.

    30 Rock - Jeff Richmond
    7th Heaven - Dan Foliart
    Aaahh!!! Real Monsters - Drew Neumann
    Ace Of Cakes - Motörhead
    A Different World - Aretha Franklin
    Adventure Time - Pendleton Ward
    Airwolf - Sylvester Levay
    Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Charles Gounod
    ALF: The Animated Series - Shuki Levy
    Alias - J.J. Abrams
    All Creatures Great And Small - Johnny Pearson
    All That - TLC
    Amazing Stories - John Williams
    American Dad! - Walter Murphy
    American Dreams - Emerson Hart
    American Gladiators - Bill Conti
    America's Funniest Home Videos - Jill Colucci
    Andy Richter Controls The Universe - Jason Cropper
    Angel - Darling Violetta
    Animaniacs - Richard Stone
    Aqua Teen Hunger Force - Schoolly D
    Are You Afraid Of The Dark? - Jeff Fisher
    Are You Being Served? - Ronnie Hazlehurst
    Arrested Development - David Schwartz
    Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes - Shuki Levy
  • Official Mixes for the Masses 2007 Halloween Mix!

    30 oct. 2007, 21h47m par MrModernRock

    2006 Halloween Mix



    Mixes for the Masses proudly presents the Official 2007 Halloween Mix.


    In modern cinema, especially in horror films, the production has shifted its focus away from the character and their portrayal to more action-oriented, gore-filled fests. While all the torture/gore-porns can be unnerving, I personally don't find the visual glorification thrilling, or suspenseful, much less scary. Bone-chilling, yes, but not for the reasons that I enjoy horror films. I admit I do like seeing a zombie ripping somebody's intestine's out and then snacking on them seconds later, but the movie shouldn't be centered around it. I guess I could say zombies are my favorite subgenre of horror, since most of the horror films I own are zombie films and its mainly because I like the obvious social commentary as it provides a cool conflict which poses the question of which is really the monster, the zombie or the society? Dawn of the Dead is probably the best example of this as the zombies clamor to the mall and the shops…
  • Top 10 of the Week: You've Got Red On You.

    16 oct. 2007, 3h45m par MrModernRock

    Ed: Purple Rain?
    Shaun: No.
    Ed: Sign O the Times?
    Shaun: Definitely not.
    Ed: The Batman soundtrack?
    Shaun: Throw it.


    Halloween month has hit the ground running. This past week I watched Young Frankenstein and Shaun of the Dead; I was going to pop in Texas Chainsaw Massacre, but my girlfriend doesn't like scary horror movies, so I decided to start her off on some horror-comedies. Young Frankenstein is always great. Gene Wilder really portrays a psychotic extremely well - its mostly in his eyes, they just emit some kind of psychotic, mad-scientist vibe. Terri Garr as Inga is just pure, horror movie hotness. It wasn't until I looked up what other roles Ms. Garr has done that I realized she was Phoebe's mother on Friends. Really, the high-rollers have always been Marty Feldman as Igor and Peter Boyle as the Monster. Igor just keeps the whole movie rolling from hilarious scene to hilarious scene, while Peter Boyle gives a humorous life to a seemingly lifeless, dull character.
  • Top 10 of the Week: Danny isn't here, Mrs. Torrance.

    11 sept. 2007, 3h30m par MrModernRock

    Jack Torrance: Mr. Grady. You were the caretaker here. I recognize ya. I saw your picture in the newspapers. You, uh, chopped your wife and daughters up into little bits. And then you blew your brains out.
    Grady: That's strange, sir. I don't have any recollection of that at all.


    Nothing new much at all. The NFL season has finally started and it didn't feel like I was waiting a long time until 12:59 yesterday while waiting for the 'Skins game to start. I'm not sure how many football fans are on here, but I'm a diehard Skins fan so I doubt there will be many listens from me on a Sunday until January. Anyway, it didn't look pretty, but hell, a win is a win is a win. Jason Campbell has one hell of an arm and once he gets his timing down and adjusts just a bit, WOW. The defense looked okay. I've never been a fan of Fred Smoot's tackling because he doesn't tackle, he just throws his body towards the guy's legs. The Dolphins looked good too. …