• Composer Series,  Interviews,  Movies/Entertainment

    Interview…Oscar-winning Film Composer Steven Price On His Ethereal and Unrelenting Score for ‘Fury’

    In the second half of 2013, British film composer Steven Price made quite a name for himself. He scored two very popular films which were both commercial and critical hits. Once the dust of awards season settled, Price found he had walked away with some of the most coveted honors including the Academy Award for “Best Original Score” for Gravity. Alfonso Cuarón’s space fiasco film, (which starred Sandra Bullock and George Clooney) was an amazing cinematic achievement. But it was Price’s ethereal and abstract musical accompaniment that truly helped make Gravity an experience we likely won’t forget any time soon. But Gravity was not the first time this hard working musician…

  • What's New On Blu?

    “What’s New on Blu?” – Week of 11/18/13

    Whether you rent or buy movies, Blu-ray offers the ultimate in sight and sound. Streaming is convenient, but if you plan on watching the movie more than once, you need Blu. So, What’s New On Blu? you ask. Well, good, bad or indifferent, Go,See,Talk offers up some of the titles being released each week. Check out what’s hitting the shelves this week… ——————————————————————————————————————————— 20 years after attempting an epic pub crawl, five childhood friends reunite when one of them becomes hell bent on trying the drinking marathon again. As they attempt to reconcile the past and present, they realize the real struggle is for the future, not just theirs but humankind’s. Reaching…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Reviews

    G-S-T Review…The World’s End

    There are buddy movies, and then there are Edgar Wright’s buddy movies. Full stop. Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and Edgar Wright are household names. But if they somehow don’t ring any bells, then you best stop reading now, get to know a brilliant little British show called Spaced, and get back to us. We’ll wait. The above mentioned trio of premier elbow ticklers have been making us laugh, heartily and repeatedly, for more than a decade…and it has all been leating up to this. The team that gave us Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz (and Spaced!) reunite to finish off their “Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy”, and they do so…

  • Interviews,  Movies/Entertainment,  Video Interviews

    Video Interview…Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost Discuss ’The World’s End’

    For more than a decade the three best friends that anyone could have, Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, have given us a steady stream of laughs, iconic buddy duos and endlessly quotable lines. In the third leg of their Cornetto Trilogy (or “Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy” if you prefer) the trio serve up fans a trifecta of pubs, pints and pandemonium in this final installment that quite literally goes out with a bang. The World’s End (click here to read our review) tells the story of five friends who reunite in an attempt to top their epic pub crawl from 20 years earlier unwittingly become humankind’s only hope for survival. GoSeeTalk…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    Ohhh Look…June's Poster Round Up

    This month we saw the start of Summer which included a kick ass assortment of films that lived up to expectations (see our reviews of Man of Steel, The Heat and everything else). But this month we were also treated to a giant helping of posters teasing what’s in store for the coming months. The following assortment of visual splendor give us everything from the neon lights of Nichols Winding Refn’s Only God Forgives, rice paper themed posters for The Wolverine, a half dozen character posters for The World’s End as well as a whole lot more. So if you happened to miss all these awesome looking posters this month then…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Trailers

    G-S-T Trailer Roundup: Alien Conformity, Hot Guidos, & Psychotic Hobbits

    So many trailers, so little time. Truthfully, enough teasers and preview clips have dropped this week that I could fill out three different roundups and still have some leftovers; sometimes, studios just want to inundate the web with their collective chunks of promo footage. Marketing’s gotta market, after all. The good news is that there’s so much to choose from that sheer variety alone makes the effort of gathering and watching each spot worthwhile (and if there’s one thing we appreciate here at Go, See, Talk!, it’s variety). Comic book flicks, retro sci-fi throwbacks, gruesome horror remakes; even a concert movie made the cut here, and that’s saying something, since…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Trailers

    Sweet Trailer…Edgar Wright's 'The World's End'

      This year, barring some minor misfires, has been an outstanding year for films and it looks like things are only going to get better from here on in. Of the staggering amount of awesomeness coming down the pike in 2013 we’ve highlighted the films we’re most excited about and this Summer, between the comic book and sci-fi madness, we’ll finally get to see the final leg of Edgar Wright‘s so-called “Blood and Ice Cream” trilogy. We posted some still shots last year but the first trailer for Wright’s uproarious looking comedy The World’s End has just been released so have a look below… It’s a full on alien invasion threatening the planet and…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    Ohhh, Look…New Stills From 'The World's End' and 'Jack Ryan'

    This time of year we film fans usually do three things without fail – shake off the Winter cold, brave the hit and miss “dump” titles from all the major studios, and get ready for the most anticipated titles in the coming months. Well you’re on your own with the first two but we can help you out with the latter. We’ve already got delightful chills and smiles thanks to the impressive looking stills from Man of Steel, Kick-Ass 2 and The Wolverine but now here’s just a little more eye candy. First up is The World’s End, which stars co-writer and director Edgar Wright’ s usual suspects Simon Pegg,  Nick Frost and Martin Freeman who are joined Paddy…

  • Editorials,  Features,  Movies/Entertainment

    The Shape of Things to Come – GST’s Most Anticipated Films of 2013

    We’ve closed the books on 2012 here at Go, See, Talk!– you can catch up on all of our individual takes on the year here, here, here, and here— and officially declared it “great”. That means that the time for retrospection has come and gone, and the time to look ahead has arrived. If 2012 turned out to be a banner year for film as an industry and as an art form, then what will 2013 bring? One short answer: a whole lot of science fiction. Indeed, nearly half of the entries on this list comfortably underneath that distinct storytelling umbrella, many of quite high profile, and that’s not even to…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    Ant-Man Marching to Theaters in 2015

    Potentially exciting news for Marvel diehards, disciples of Edgar Wright, and anyone with a general interest in superhero films: Wright’s first foray into superherodom, Ant-Man, has an official release date of November 6th, 2015. The announcement comes from an update Disney sent out regarding their slate of upcoming films, which mostly just confirms information we already knew or could have guessed ourselves (like the fact that Iron Man 3 and Thor 2 will both be in 3D). Ant-Man having a date on the books, though, is news enough almost on its own merits if only because of Wright’s involvement; he’s an exciting filmmaker and someone whose projects (including next year’s The…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Reviews

    G-S-T Review…Attack the Block

    Editor’s note: This review was originally published on July 22 but has be re-posted to coincide with its U.S. theatrical release. Kids these days, I tell ya. If they aren’t talking back to adults and breaking all the rules, they’re carrying weapons and saving the planet from aliens. Wait…you wanna run that last part by me again? No, you read it right, Attack the Block is a fun, frightening film that pits 5 wanna-be hoodlums from South London against alien creatures that are literally falling from the sky. From the mind of Joe Cornish (long time Edgar Wright collaborator) comes this entertaining flick full of frenetic aliens, foul-mouthed Brits, friendship, fighting and tons…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    The World's End – Final Leg of the "The Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy"?

    Calling all you Wright, Pegg and Frost fans out there!! Seems like years ago the trio had us cracking up with the comic gold that is Shaun of the Dead. Hot Fuzz was an excellent (albeit more serious) follow up and then….a big nothing. Pegg took a trip on the Enterprise and later re-teamed with Frost for the upcoming Paul. All the while Wright went on to successfully adapt Scott Pilgrim vs the World (which I just loved). But while we heartily enjoy their separate and collaborative efforts, fans began wondering about when they would continue/conclude Wright’s fabled “Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy”. Well dear friends news of that day has come…well in some form at least From our friends…