• ADELE - Skyfall (by adelelondon)

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    #music  

  • 1 year ago
  • Lionel Ricihie’s “Hello” through movies (by ant1mat3rie)

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  • 2 years ago
  • 
The title of the film (as well as the novel upon which it was based) refers to the fact that, according to myth, vampires must be invited in before they can enter someone’s home (this is shown in the film when Eli asks Oskar to invite her into his apartment). The English-translated title of the book and film, “Let The Right One In”, is taken from lyrics to the song “Let the Right One Slip In” by Morrissey.

    The title of the film (as well as the novel upon which it was based) refers to the fact that, according to myth, vampires must be invited in before they can enter someone’s home (this is shown in the film when Eli asks Oskar to invite her into his apartment). The English-translated title of the book and film, “Let The Right One In”, is taken from lyrics to the song “Let the Right One Slip In” by Morrissey.

    (Source: filmtrivia)

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    #lyrics  
    #trivia  

  • 2 years ago
  • suicideblonde:

    Willy Wonka - Pure Imagination 

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    #film  

  • 3 years ago
  • fourinhand:

    Cancion Mixteca / Ry Cooder.

    (Source: get-on-up)

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    #song  
    #movie  

  • 3 years ago
  • oldhollywood:

    Miles Davis - Generique (via Elevator to the Gallows/Ascenseur Pour l’Échafaud: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

    “I met the French filmmaker Louis Malle through Juliette Greco. He told me he had always loved my music and that he wanted me to write the musical score for his new film, Elevator to the Gallows. I agreed to do it and it was a great learning experience, because I had never written a music score for a film before.

    I would look at the rushes of the film and get musical ideas to write down. Since it was about a murder and was supposed to be a suspense movie, I used this old, very gloomy, dark building where I had the musicians play. I thought it would give the music atmosphere, and it did. Everyone loved what I did with the music on that film.”

    -Miles Davis, excerpted from Miles, the autobiography

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  • 3 years ago
  • Tormented, 1960 - A man lets a former flame fall to her death rather than let her interfere with his new relationship, but her ghost returns to disrupt his impending nuptials.

    (song: ‘Don’t Explain’ by Vanessa Stewart)

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    #muisc  
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    #classic  
    #blues  

  • 3 years ago
  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, 1992 (song: ‘Foucault’ by Blake Cotton)

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  • 3 years ago
  • Opening credits to Jackie Brown with Pam Grier. Song is “Across 110th Street” by Bobby Womack.

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    #song  

  • 3 years ago
  • oldhollywood:

    Miklos Rozsa - The Nightmare (via The Lost Weekend: Original Motion Picture Score)

    Rozsa’s score for The Lost Weekend featured the first use of a theremin in a Hollywood film. He chose the instrument because he thought its eerie, other-worldly sound captured the distorted perceptions of reality experienced by an alcoholic on a bender.

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    #1940s  

  • 3 years ago