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Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

Yes ladies and gentleman. Montagues and Capulets. Jets and Sharks. T-Birds and Pink Ladies.

The Soundtrack of The Week award shall be skadoodling off our website and over to our Facebook and Twitter.

Come join us, follow us, and hang off our every word over on one of them. Of course, we shall still be announcing special events here and also throwing out the general occasional musing too.

And remember, you can get up to 50% off the door price by signing up to our mailing list. Also, why not buy your tickets in advance to guarantee your entry.

See you on the chatterbox’s site for this weeks – and every weeks – SOUNDTRACK OF THE WEEK!

Soundtrack of The Week – 25/03/13

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013


So the film was pretty appalling. Then again – what did you expect from a movie featuring Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey?!

However, there is no doubting the pure excellence of Big and Rich’s ‘Save A Horse, Ride A Cowboy’

Sometimes a song can be misled into hanging out with the wrong movie crowds. (Damn you Magic Mike!)

Soundtrack of The Week – 18/03/13

Monday, March 18th, 2013

It’s Monday.

It’s officially the beginning of the week. Equally depressingly, it is also the end of the weekend.

Therefore – we thought we’d pick a soundtrack that sufficiently encapsulates our mood.

Here is ‘The End’ by The Doors. Taken from Apocolypse Now. Now excuse us while we go and bang our heads against a wall.

Roll on Saturday.

Soundtrack of The Week – 11/03/12

Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

We rarely pick scores as our Soundtrack of The Week winner. Which is strange. Because let’s face it – the bad ones are funny and the good ones are bloody AWESOME!

So we are righting this wrong. Without further ado – may I present to you John Williams’ ‘Theme From Jurassic Park’

God it’s good.

It’s righteous.

It’s awesome!


Soundtrack of The Week – 04/03/13

Monday, March 4th, 2013

We do love the Coen’s. We do. We do. We do!

Not content with making some of the finest and unique movies of recent time, they have also honed the Tarantino technique of compiling AWESOME soundtracks.

This is just one example of said brilliance.

Man Of Constant Sorrow by The Soggy Bottom Boys. Taken from O’ Brother Where Art Thou?

Soundtrack of The Week – 25/02/13

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

Well – we thought about making that Adele monstrosity Soundtrack Of The Week this week, in celebration of her being British and the song winning at the Academy awards. But Skyfall sucks – and so does she.

Congratulations and all – but guuuuuuuh! It’s awful!

If you’re going to award a Bond song an Oscar – really it should be this one. Every year. For ever. And ever.

And ever.

Soundtrack of The Week – 18/02/13

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Right – it’s been long enough right? In fact it’s probably been far too long – but here it is…

The Soundtracks of The Week this week is the incomparable, un-stand-still-able, irrefutably astounding ‘You Never Can Tell’ by Chuck Berry.

Yes the true king of Rock N Roll. The man whose name could be a ruddy adjective itself. The legend, the royalty, the wonder who lends his song to one of the generations finest movies and finest soundtracks and ultimately makes this moment one of the reasons behind the very concept of Soundtracks Club.

Thank you Chuck. Thank you Quentin. Thank you John. And Thank you Uma (it’s a rare moment that you thank Uma Thurman for anything so appreciate it!)


Thursday, February 14th, 2013



Now, we all know that the mere mention of this factor strikes fear into every sensible movie lovers soul, as it means we are faced with a deluge of over sentimental, sugar coated, weepy, god bless Hollywood and Christ loves the underdog, semi-biographical over long, over directed, over hyped, over acted hogwash thrown into our sweet little cinema paradiso’s for the 6 months preceeding.

Yes, we’re talking about you Les Miserables, Lincoln and Anna Karenina.

However, for every Titanic there is an Unforgiven and every English Patient there is a Godfather Part II.
For every Tom Hanks there is a Phillip Seymour Hoffman and for every Judi Dench there is a Frances McDormand
For every Peter Jackson there is an Elia Kazan and for every James Cameron there are at least two Coen Brothers!

…and for every godawful predictable official Oscar Party there is us! A wondrous respite on the glorious flip!


Featuring in order of appearance -

- Soundtracks DJs
- Glamorous fancy dress
- Movie poster photo shoots
- The best songs ever from the finest movies beamed to screen
- All your favourite award winning soundtracks
- Extra awards and even more prizes
- Drinking
- The Soundtracks Vote for best Original Song
- Free popcorn
- And introducing more general all out tomfoolery

Join us as we roll out the red carpet for an evening full of glitz and glamour and dancing and prancing in celebration of the 85th Academy Awards Ceremony!

Dance to your favourite Oscar winning soundtracks all through the night. Recreate your favourite films in our movie poster photo booth. Be in with a chance to win prizes in our best costume, best choreography, best male and best female categories…and vote for the best Soundtrack of the year!


(As expected, best director has already gone to us)

All this and much more at the BIGGEST, the FINEST, and the LOUDEST movie soundtrack night in London!


Soundtrack of The Week – 11/02/13

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

Not much needs to be said about this, and if it wasn’t for The Imposter, this would be a cert for the Oscars.

We shall see.

Whatever happens, Searching For Sugarman has the most astonishing soundtrack that we have heard in years!

Rodriguez – Stand up. Take A Bow. Have a medal. Take our kisses. Enjoy our hugs – You are a hero.

Soundtrack of the Week – 04/02/13

Monday, February 4th, 2013

We were a bit slow on the uptake here – apologies.

It was Groundhog Day last Saturday! We realised just in time to select this wondrous soundtrack to sign off the night.

Sonny and Cher’s ‘I Got You, Babe’

Insert own repetitive joke here.