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 »
The buzz for Suicide Squad was initially unremarkable. Our first glimpse at the film was a shot of Jared Leto as The Joker, which most fans didn’t seem to care for. With the grill and the “edgy” tats, fans weren’t fond of where director David Ayer was taking the character. But once they saw the villain in action, especially in the latest trailer, fans warmed up to Ayer’s “worst superheroes ever” picture. The film is now exhibiting even more signs of promise, as it has enlisted composer Steven Price.
Learn more about the Suicide Squad composer and the Joker after the jump.
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With a month to go until Alfonso Cuaron‘s latest film, Gravity, finally (and I do mean FINALLY) hits theaters, I personally have come to a breaking point. I’m done with looking at stills, trailers, or anything from the film until I finally see the movie. My anticipation for Cuaron’s space drama is so incredibly high, I don’t want anything to change that.
But don’t let my feeling influence you. If you’re still rabidly devouring all things Gravity, and I salute you for it, here’s a new taste that’s probably very sweet. A twenty minute sampling of the film’s score, written by Steven Price (Attack the Block, The World’s End), is now online. Listen below. Read More »