Today on Soundtracker I'm joined once again by Desi Jedeikin (@DesiJed on Twitter and IG) and Rachel Fisher (@TheRachelFisher on Twitter, childlikeempress on IG) of Hollywood Crime Scene (@hwoodcrimescene on Twitter, hollywoodcrimescene on IG) only this time, they're both here together, AND, I'm over on Hollywood Crime Scene for my first true Soundtracker crossover episode. And the crossover theme is The Zodiac Killer. They're here talking Fincher's modern masterpiece, ZODIAC, and I'm over there talking the actual Zodiac case!
In this episode, we talk about the film's long road to getting made, the overarching theme of obsession destroying lives, Toschi and Armstrong's love of animal crackers, give our own personal Zodiac theories, marvel at how it conveys the passage of time through musical cues, our hopes to bring back the Aqua Velva drink, the basement scene being the scariest thing outside of a horror film, the way Hurdy Gurdy Man will never be heard the same, Greysmith's many faults, Robert Downey Jr's killer performance, and a whole lot more.
Check out Hollywood Crime Scene here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hollywood-crime-scene/id1262899883
Here's part 1 of my 2 part appearance on Hollywood Crime Scene: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-279-movie-vs-reality-zodiac-part-1-ft-eric-peacock/id1262899883?i=1000611047609
Support them on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/hollywoodcrimescene
Also, I was over on Nerds Without Pants, with former guest Julian Titus from TRANSFORMERS: THE MOVIE talking about music in video games, and you can find that episode here: http://www.pixlbit.com/feature/5211/episode_249_lets_call_it_a_synth
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