Psychological thrillers from the modern era on The Score in May, 5/28 @ 10a & 6p
5/7 Portland at the Movies Portland, Oregon, known as the City of Roses has long been a place for making movies. This week, guest host Warren Black shares music from movies filmed in Portland, including Mr. Holland's Opus, Drugstore Cowboy and I, Tonya. Plus, a conversation with Portland-based film composer Mark Orton, whose scores include The Boxtrolls, Nebraska and The Good Girl.
5/14 Swashbucklers Hollywood's never-ending fascination with one-on-one parry and thrust films with music and moments from famous movie swashbucklers, including The Adventures of Robin Hood, The Sea Hawk, Captain Blood, The Princess Bride, Pirates of the Caribbean and a few more.
5/21 Psychological Thrillers – Hitchcock & company Be sure to have a firm grip on your senses because we're exploring the early films and music of psychological thrillers from Hitchcock and company. Classic movies of the 40s through the 60s - in Psych 101. We'll feature Vertigo and Psycho, The Postman Always Rings Twice, Bad Day at Black Rock, and a few more.
5/28 Psychological Thrillers – from the modern era It's the turn of contemporary psychological thrillers; stories of intrigue, deadly contests of wits and near constant waves of adrenaline-pumping peril - designed to keep you in suspense. From The Silence of the Lambs to Shutter Island; and from Greta to Nightmare Alley, we observe the twisted mind of the villain as well as the vulnerable position of the victim.