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What are you watching at the moment? (TV, DVD,whatever)

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Re: What are you watching at the moment? (TV, DVD,whatever)

PostFri Feb 20, 2015 7:06 pm

lol yeah that was bizarre with the music
i don't know a thing about that show either so that made it extra weird =P
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Re: What are you watching at the moment? (TV, DVD,whatever)

PostSun Jun 14, 2015 11:08 am

Holy Mountain Film , with commments by himself Alexander Jodowrosky (In Spanish) watched film 2-3 times before and always have new things to think about

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Re: What are you watching at the moment? (TV, DVD,whatever)

PostSun Oct 04, 2015 2:43 am

Is it me or the New opening theme for Doctor Who really sucks - audio and visual too!
- Well, the visual may be acceptable but the audio... well... sucks...
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Re: What are you watching at the moment? (TV, DVD,whatever)

PostMon Oct 05, 2015 2:54 pm

You mean the arrangement, or production, or both? God knows why they have to tinker with it all the time. What can beat the Peter Davidson theme...
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Re: What are you watching at the moment? (TV, DVD,whatever)

PostMon Oct 05, 2015 4:07 pm

The original one, of course.

The wailing synth that does the lead melody is pretty terrible, although I do like the tubular bells, so it's a mixed bag. I'm not especially fond of any of the post-'70s arrangements of the theme. I suppose the Davison era one was reasonable enough, but none of them capture the mood of the (various edits of) Delia's original.
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