Tag Archives: Tim Girard

Captain America Vs Trump: A Bernie Sanders Tribute

At the end of last year, I scored Emil Acevedo’s (Virgeo Studios) LEGO stop-motion short film Captain America Vs Trump: A Bernie Sanders Tribute. Originally, I created my own temp score using a mashup of Imperial March and Hail to the Chief, as well as The Avengers Theme and Captain America’s Theme. I then changed and simplified the themes so that they are technically different, but still recognizable as the original themes. I also included the stand-alone score in the media player in case you want to listen to that by itself.

Movie Mumble podcast, ‘Rocky’

On Sunday, Nerds That Geek posted Episode 28 of the Movie Mumble podcast: Rocky. Listen as ZekeJoel, Scott, and I “settle in to watch a true sports classic, one revolving around a down and out amateur boxer, who gets the chance to fight for the heavyweight title.” As a prelude, listen to the all-new “Movie Mumble: Rocky” theme in the media player.

Movie Mumble podcast, ‘The Santa Clause’

On Sunday, Nerds That Geek posted a Special Holiday Episode of the Movie Mumble podcast: The Santa Clause. Listen as ZekeJoel, Scott, and I unleash our “holiday cheer upon the world by taking a moment to examine a Christmas themed movie that just so happens to be Zeke’s favorite.” To get in the spirit, listen to the “Movie Mumble: Christmas” theme in the media player.

Movie Mumble podcast, ‘Eyes Without a Face’

On Sunday, Nerds That Geek posted Episode 25 of the Movie Mumble podcast: Eyes Without a Face. In this episode, we are joined by our new, permanent co-host, Zeke (who brought us Bad Times at the El Royale back in February as a guest for a special episode). Listen as ZekeJoel, Scott, and I “break own a classic foreign horror film about a surgeon who will do anything to preserve his daughter’s beauty when she’s badly disfigured in a car crash.” As a prelude, listen to the various themes in the media player.

Music from an Opera about Mummies that was Never Made, or ‘Ramses’ the Stand-Alone Composition

During my undergrad at the University of Rhode Island, I read the book The Mummy or Ramses the Damned by Anne Rice. I had the overly optimistic idea to compose an opera based on the book and began working on some musical themes. For many reasons, the opera never happened (if you know Anne Rice and think she might be interested, give her my info), but I had this short piece to show for it. Originally, it was written for rock band and strings, but I recently rearranged it for rock band, choir, and full orchestra.