Call Me By Your Name was adored by critics last year, and it rode that wave of acclaim all the way to a worthy Best Picture nomination. The film unfolds in Northern Italy in the summer of 1983, where a teenage boy named Elio (Timothée Chalamet) becomes enamored with an American graduate student (Armie Hammer) who comes to study and live with his family. They share a summer full of food, surprising romance, and, of course, music. And that music will be getting a special release on vinyl later this year.
The Call Me By Your Name soundtrack, featuring original songs by Sufjan Stevens, will be getting a Limited Peach Season Edition vinyl release with a peach-colored 2xLP set, including record sleeves that smell like peaches. Just make sure you don’t try to do with these records what Elio does with a certain peach in the movie.
Find out how you can get the Call Me By Your Name peach vinyl below. Read More »
Since this year marks the 25th anniversary of Jurassic Park, there’s no better time for Mondo to give their vinylrelease of John Williams‘ iconic score a re-issue.
Mondo has announced a new edition of the Jurassic Park vinyl soundtrack will be available for order. The artwork by JC Richard will be the same as the first release of the soundtrack back in 2014, but as you can see, the vinyl itself is a brand new color variant. Check out the full vinyl packaging below. Read More »
It’s Wednesday, which means Mondo has a new soundtrack release on vinyl that you can get your hands on. But we also have another release from last week, which we think you should get your hands on as soon as possible.
First up, Mondo has a vinyl release of Michael Giacchino‘s score for Speed Racer, a film that everyone slept on in 2009 but have now come back around to under a decade later. Plus, they also have an awesome vinyl release for the electric score for Revenge, an indie thriller that we absolutely loved. You can check out both below. Read More »
The scores for The Lord of the Rings trilogy from director Peter Jackson have been available for awhile now, but they’ve yet to be released on vinyl since the format has risen in popularity again. But that’s about to change with an incredible new vinyl release.
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring score by composer Howard Shore is getting a huge 5xLP vinyl soundtrack release from Rhino Records in March. It looks like quite the comprehensive collectible set for any fan who has been waiting for The Fellowship of the Ring vinyl soundtrack release. Check it out below. Read More »
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Right now you can see Paul Thomas Anderson‘s latest film, The Phantom Thread, in limited theaters. This weekend it expands to theaters everywhere, but if you’re not rushing out to see it, maybe you’ll want to look back at one of the filmmaker’s earlier films with a new collectible vinyl release from Mondo.
The 1999 ensemble drama Magnolia is getting a vinyl soundtrack release that features all of the songs created by singer and songwriter Aimee Mann, as well as the complete score composed by Jon Brion. Read More »
John Boyega might be a huge star now thanks to his leading role as the defected Stormtrooper FN-2187 in the new Star Wars trilogy, but back in 2011 he was a little known name at the center of the sci-fi horror comedy with some incredible monsters, a fantastic ensemble cast and a fantastic score.
Attack the Block mixes Gremlins with Goonies and sets the action in South London where an alien invasion must be thwarted by a street gang of young miscreants. Driving the action with a thumping electric beat is a score by Steven Price, and that score is now getting a special limited edition glow in the dark vinyl release from I Am Shark. Read More »
Justice League hits theaters this weekend, and Pixar’s Coco arrives just before Thanksgiving next week. So the folks at Mondo are celebrating by honoring the movies that came before them with a couple new vinyl soundtrack releases.
Danny Elfman‘s theme for Batman makes a small resurgence on the Justice League soundtrack from the composer, and now his outstanding score for Batman Returns is getting a vinyl release at Mondo. On top of that, Pixar’s delicious Ratatouille soundtrack is also getting a limited edition vinyl soundtrack. Check out both of the outstanding Mondo releases below. Read More »
It’s getting to the point where there are nearly as many different versions of the Star Wars soundtracks as there were home video releases of the Star Wars trilogy. The latest addition to the Star Wars soundtrack collection is a brand new 40th anniversary release of the soundtrack to Star Wars: A New Hope on vinyl.
Walt Disney Records is releasing a special edition Star Wars 40th anniversary vinyl soundtrack that not only comes with the entirety of the motion picture score by John Williams, but a couple other cool features as well. Find out more below. Read More »
It’s that time of year when everyone is happy to be scared out of their wits, and Mondo is getting in the spirit by releasing some incredible new collectibles inspired by one of the most iconic horror franchises of all time.
A Nightmare on Elm Street is getting an amazing vinyl box set featuring the soundtracks to all seven of the films in the franchise with some stunning artwork designed by Mike Saputo. On top of that, Mondo has two new amazing prints from the same artist and a small batch of enamel pins. Check out the A Nightmare on Elm Street vinyl box set and all the other goods below. Read More »
Not only is John Carpenter an acclaimed filmmaker behind some of the best horror movies ever made – Halloween, The Thing, They Live – he’s also the creator of some of the best horror movie music. Just as E.T. wouldn’t be nearly as effective without John Williams’ orchestral score, Halloween would be a lesser film without Carpenter’s eerie yet simple themes, made up of repeating piano melodies that alternate between sporadic and heart-attack fast. Horror movie music wouldn’t be the same without Carpenter’s contributions, which are just as exciting and influential as his films. While other horror soundtrack composers tend to encroach on an audience with loud, stunning musical cues, Carpenter’s scores hang back; waiting, biding their time, and building dread.
Carpenter is releasing a new album, Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998, a collection of 13 of his movie themes re-recorded with his touring band. And it’s pretty great. So join us: we’re going through the new John Carpenter album track by track.
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