• Features,  Mondo,  Movies/Entertainment,  Music Review

    Music Review…Mondo Records’ Stunning ‘Big Trouble In Little China’ 2XLP

    For the first time in over 30 years, film fans around the globe are able to purchase the complete original soundtrack to John Carpenter’s ’80s classic Big Trouble In Little China on vinyl. If, like me, you’ve scoured Discogs and Ebay for a copy that A. doesn’t cost more than $100 and B. isn’t the Brazilian or German version, the news of this release is about as satisfying as finding a Chinese girl with green eyes. Yeah, it’s that big! Phantom City Creative has been very specific about the color palette of this release. Red is very important in Chinese culture, and so the packaging and vinyl prominently showcase it as…

  • Features,  Interviews,  Mondo,  Movies/Entertainment

    Exclusive: Mondo’s Creative Team Offers Details on Vinyl, Collectibles, and Posters at MondoCon 2016 and Beyond

    MondoCon is a celebration of everything Mondo loves, including movies, art, comics, music, toys and food. It’s a weekend curated with fans in mind, featuring incredible artists & creators from around the world, panels, screenings, food trucks, live scores and interactive events. This year, these genre loving artistic wizards are excited to unveil the lineup of panels, artists, screenings, live music and more for MondoCon 2016 taking place October 22-23 in Austin, TX. The stellar schedule of panels will include sneak peaks at upcoming posters, toys & collectibles, and an in-depth discussion of soundtracks from Mondo Music Group and other leading labels (you can read find from the press release/schedule here). We’ve…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    Ohhh, Look…Humorous 'Big Trouble in Little China' Gangnam Style Parody

    Since Big Trouble In Little China is probably my favorite movie of all time (well it’s in the Top 3), I will never pass up a chance to post about BTiLC no matter how irreverent it may be. Case in point – Korean super star PSY has taken the world by storm with his chart topping “Gangnam Style” and as fun as that song is, now the web has another viral would be giant on its hands. But this jewel of the web comes not from the Far East but instead the West Coast; San Francisco, Chinatown to be precise. In this awesome parody of PSY’s global phenomenon, prepare to…

  • FourScore,  Movies/Entertainment

    FourScore Match-Up #12: “Oh, I Love the Holidays”

    So many days of the year are devoted to holidays and each of us undoubtedly has our favorites. But what happens when Hollywood sets out to make a statement about a particular day of the year? Well if you’re like me then you won’t mind Hollywood doing a movie about Arbor Day (or an equally overlooked holiday) as long as the music is good and fits the story. Today’s FourScore hops around the calendar a bit and looks at the films that take good use of the most popular holidays and the scores behind them that help make these films so memorable and iconic. So which of these holiday themed themes is tops in today’s match up? Is it…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Quick 5/Top 10

    G-S-T Quick 5 – Great Filmmakers Who Began in Horror

    I’m no film historian but I have noticed something consistent in the films I’ve seen. While there’s no surefire formula for success in Hollywood, it’s a good bet that if you want to make it big, you have to start in horror. Now many people may not enjoy horror films but there are a number of uberly talented people working with buckets of blood, fake limbs and scary power tools. In many cases, those productions could just be their ticket to the big leagues. One day, I’d bet, we might just see one of those unknown, unsuspecting directors walking across the stage at Oscar night for something they’ll do later on…

  • Festivals,  Movies/Entertainment,  Texas Frightmare Weekend

    Texas Frightmare Weekend 2010

    Hello World, Marc Here: While I would like to state that this post will provide extensive coverage of the 5th Annual Texas Frightmare Weekend, alas that would be a lie. We at Go, See,Talk have far too little time and money to devote to a festival/convention, no matter how awesome it may be. That said, I write to you as a humble festival goer who (along with the mass of people and some pretty cool fans I met in lines) felt like he was going to film church:) TFM ran from Friday April 30th until Sunday May 2nd and for all 3 days it was like Halloween come early I can…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Off the Shelf

    Off the Shelf…'They Live'

    I have always been a big fan of anything John Carpenter. Be it Big Trouble in Little China, The Thing, Escape From New York, hell, even In the Mouth of Madness was umm, interesting but watchable. But in the halls of everything JC (John Carpenter, not Jesus Christ) this is one of his more fun fares and is a definite quirky sci-fi 80’s staple.

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Off the Shelf

    Off the Shelf…’They Live’

    I have always been a big fan of anything John Carpenter. Be it Big Trouble in Little China, The Thing, Escape From New York, hell, even In the Mouth of Madness was umm, interesting but watchable. But in the halls of everything JC (John Carpenter, not Jesus Christ) this is one of his more fun fares and is a definite quirky sci-fi 80’s staple.