Breakfast on Planet X: Underrated Movie Scores (+interview w. Valentina Rocket Queen) Breakfast on Planet X: Underrated Movie Scores (+interview w. Valentina Rocket Queen)
What movie scores are underrated? Which movie score composers deserve more attention? This and more will be discussed in our podcast! And: Interview with... Breakfast on Planet X: Underrated Movie Scores (+interview w. Valentina Rocket Queen)

Movie scores!
It’s said they elevate(d) lots of good movies into great ones or made bad movies more bearable.
But apart from the deserved classic scores we all know, which are the less popular ones that deserve more attention?

That’s why the original crew of BOPX, namely Zod, I-am-Better, Dio and Detective Dee decided to discuss “Underrated movie scores”.

The topics:

  • Underrated scores
  • Underrated theme songs
  • Underrated score composers
  • Overrated score composers….and more!

 

And:  “Geek Amazons from Planet X- Episode IX”!

BOPX has a new series: In the upcoming weeks, we will present you interviews with women from the Geek Galaxy! The interviews will be attached to our regular episodes.

Cosplayers, actresses, female comic book fans and artists, geek models and more! We give you a glimpse into the female side of geekdom!

This time, Dee interviewed Valentina Rocket Queen, a model and Metal-geek from Italy!
Valentina is “spokesmodel” for theladiesofmetal.com. If you want to know what this website is about, listen to the interview that starts at 0:47:00.

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Valentina Rocket Queen.

Credits for the photo above: Reflex Studio. (link to facebook page)

Valentina Rocket Queen

Valentina Rocket Queen

Credits for the photo above: photographed by artist “Miss Sorry” (link to facebook page)

Valentina’s links:

Her page on theladiesofmetal.com
Official facebook page

Instagram: v_rocketqueen

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DetectiveDee

Detective Dee reviews movies and sometimes TV-series. He likes to indulge in the Asian cinema, exploitation flicks and the horror genre but is no stranger to Blockbuster culture either. He writes whatever he wants, but always aims to entertain.