Posts From Dan Moore

Actress Alexandra Harris discusses her latest film, All Light Will End

With titles such as Hellraiser: Judgement, Murder in the First and I’m Dying Up Here on her resume, actress Alexandra Harris was more than equipped to take on the role

Chance6 Studios’ horror video game ‘COLINA: Legacy’ getting official score release

Chance6 Studios’ horror video game COLINA: Legacy was released last month for Steam, and now the game’s score by composers Matthew Carl Earl and Jason Walsh of Hexany Audio is

Composer Pat Irwin discusses Rocko’s Modern Life, The Good Cop & More

Nickelodeon’s animated show Rocko’s Modern Life was a staple for a lot of kids in the mid-’90s and over the years has even garnered a new generation of viewers through

Behind the Music: An Interview with SuperMansion Composer Kurt Oldman

The stop-motion animated series SuperMansion first premiered in 2013 as a quarter-hour pilot for Adult Swim, under the original name Übermansion. It then had a name change and moved to

Interview: Composer Jared Faber discusses scoring Teen Titans Go! To the Movies

Last September when Warner Bros. Animation announced it was making a Teen Titans Go! feature film, fans immediately began to count down when they would see the beloved Robin, Starfire,

Costume Designer Giovanni Lipari discusses his original designs for AMC’s Into the Badlands

AMC’s post-apocalyptic drama Into the Badlands is known for many things, one of them being the show’s colorful and evocative costumes. Between the Widow’s ever-changing weekly wardrobe that fans have

Behind the music of Hey Arnold! with Composer Jim Lang, plus unheard tracks from Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie

Hey Arnold! continues to entertain both kids and adults with a whole new generation now discovering the show with the recent release of full-length feature Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie.

Composer Jim Dooley on creating the original score for Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (interview)

Having previously worked with director/producer Barry Sonnenfeld on ABC’s forensic fairytale Pushing Daisies, it only made sense when Sonnenfeld asked composer Jim Dooley to score the second season of Netflix’s

Interview: Composer Geoff Zanelli discusses Squadron 42 and Traffik scores

Fifteen years ago composers were compartmentalized into video game composers, film composers, television composers and commercial composers, but in recent years those labels have gone out the door. One reason

Composing duo WAZ-Jackson talks scoring upcoming Life Sentence and Youth & Consequences

With shows such as Rush Hour, Undateable, Surviving Jack and the comedy Cougar Town under their belts, husband-wife composing duo Waz and Jamie Jackson, known as WAZ-Jackson, are no strangers

Video game composer Matthew Carl Earl discusses ‘Arena of Valor’ score & more

If you like MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) games and have never heard of Tencent’s Arena of Valor, more than likely you will very soon. Arena of Valor was only

Composer Charlie Clouser dishes on the upcoming Jigsaw score & his favorite SAW moments

“Do you wanna play a game?” Just like James Wan, Leigh Wannell, Tobin Bell and Kevin Greutert, when you hear Charlie Clouser’s name you often associate it with the horror

Bringing Zorn to life musically with composer Leo Birenberg (interview)

Premiering last fall on FOX, Son of Zorn made a splash from the initial first trailer that was released, as no other current shows have blended both animation and live

Interview: Composer Michael Bross talks Insomniac’s ‘Edge of Nowhere’

Composer Michael Bross has become somewhat of a veteran in the video game soundtrack world, scoring such titles as “Return of the Phantom,” “Ripper,” and the “Ratchet & Clank” &

Composer Michael A. Levine: From Resident Evil 7 to LEGO DC Super Hero Girls

One of the biggest video games to be released this year has no doubt been Capcom’s Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. Months after the initial release there continues to be articles