In our regular installment of Weekly Clickables, we explore the world of music with some discussion of film score composition, and a look at the new Radiohead music video for “Present Tense” directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. Also, for good measure, and to continue warming up for the horror movie season, a list!
- First, Every Frame A Painting discusses the forgettable scores of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and how they are symptomatic of the problem with modern day blockbuster compositions.
- And in a second supplementary video, further examples of lackluster blockbuster scores are given.
- Uploaded by Australian film and music researcher Dan Golding, a measured video essay response to the Every Frame A Painting videos is given that looks at the same subject from a different point of view.
- Paul Thomas Anderson, after his luminous music video for “Daydreaming,” has collaborated with Radiohead once again for their song “Present Tense.”
- Finally, Looper put together a list of horror roles that had a disturbing and/or long-term impact on the actors that played them.
That’s it for this week. Check back next Monday for more of the best movie stuff from the rest of the Internet!
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