Thu, 7 August 2014
With Episode 10 in the can, Andrew and Dan decide to mess with your minds with this exciting eleventh episode of For All Intents and Purposes.
Week in Geek: Andrew starts making text adventures as Dan mourns the end of the Image Comics series, Prophet.
Love the Craft: The Lovecraft segment returns as Dan and Andrew dissect the invisible menace of "The Dunwich Horror."
Discussion: With the avalanche of response to last week's question, Andre wand Dan decide to more fully investigate the topic of musical scores as they relate to film, video games, and television.
Andrew Objects: With movie scores in mind, Andrew objects to the Eric Serra-composed score for Pierce Brosnan's first outing as James Bond, Goldeneye.
Geek Thoughts: This week, they keep up the musical themes by asking:
What is your favorite television theme and why?
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For all intents and purposes, that was an episode recap.
Music from this episode:
-"Stayin' in Black" by Wax Audio
-"Miles Edgeworth––Objection! 2011" by Noriyuki Iwadere (from Ace Attorney 2 Orchestra Arrangement)
-"Ladies First" and "A Pleasant Drive in St. Petersburg" by Eric Serra (from the soundtrack to Goldeneye).