Alrighty there geeks, get ready for an epic post from Lilith here, one where you are going to get to know Lilith more personally than you’ve ever encountered before on this blog. This post is one I have been thinking about writing since I joined the band of evil geeks. That’s right my diabolical followers, I am going to go all Arthur Harkness on your asses this post and expose some of my heart to you.
Let me give you a little background first: you all know I am passionate about everything science fiction and fantasy related, especially TV shows and novels. But there is another subset of this genre that motivates me almost every day. And that is the soundtrack counterpart to many of these shows and movies. I am a lover of music in general, and I also spend a lot of time running as my favorite outdoor activity, always accompanied by my trusty iPod sidekick. Running has become another way for me to travel to another world, as my iPod is full of theme songs from Game of Thrones, Firefly, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Fringe, Star Wars, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and The Walking Dead to name a few. So today I am going to bring you a top 5: Lilith’s Top 5 Musical Moments of the Movies. And with this new post, I am also going to challenge all of my geek brothers. Kang, Harkness, C-Mart, Biff, Big Evil, Greekimus: you have all been challenged. Take your time my geeky brethren, but I look forward to reading about your top 5 musical movie moments. And to all my geeky subjects out there, continue on for a sliver of a glimpse in to Lilith’s musical mind.
It’s hard to get excited about Beatles releases anymore. As a devoted fan it often feels like every stone has long since been overturned. Their relatively small musical output has been analyzed adnausem by fans and scholars alike. Their story is so engrained into pop culture it’s almost not necessary for biographies to bother to be printed about them. So it can be refreshing when something pops up that allows us to perceive Beatlemania differently and approach it from another angle. This is precisely what Vivek Tiwary’s The Fifth Beatles: The Brian Epstein Story graphic novel does.
Three adult men watched Moonwalker and Captain EO together. Join Martian Luthor Kang, Biff Tannen and special guest & subject matter expert, Dr. George Maharis as they discuss the Michael Jackson masterpiece.
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