This Month in Trailer Music: April 2018

In This Month in Trailer Music, the team at Canada-based research project Trailaurality takes a look at the musical highlights of the past month’s film and TV trailer drops. Be sure to also check out the detailed breakdowns on their website! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Qv6p6pTz5I Probably the most unexpected of last month’s drops, the third Johnny English film follows the 2003 original and its 2011 sequel. A trailerized cover of Bonnie Tyler’s “I Need a Hero” leads the opening scene, which proves to be a fake-out as…

This Month In Trailer Music: March 2018

In This Month in Trailer Music, the team at Canada-based research project Trailaurality takes a look at the musical highlights of the past month’s film and TV trailer drops. Be sure to also check out the detailed breakdowns on their website! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18RqtFuaNe8 Too often, trailers give away all of the best moments. Not so when it comes to the new Margot Robbie film, Terminal. At best, one could possibly recognize the tune of the classic Irish folk song “Danny Boy” whistled creepily at the end of the…

This Month In Trailer Music: February 2018

In This Month in Trailer Music, the team at Canada-based research project Trailaurality takes a look at the musical highlights of the past month’s film and TV trailer drops. Be sure to also check out the detailed breakdowns on their website! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvt41MIelDE Technically released in early March, the first trailer for Mary Poppins Returns nonetheless makes the cut for this February’s picks for its faithfully orchestrated soundtrack, reminding us of the days of the full and rich sound that made a…

This Month in Trailer Music: January 2018

In This Month in Trailer Music, the team at Canada-based research project Trailaurality takes a look at the musical highlights of the past month's film and TV trailer drops. Be sure to also check out the detailed breakdowns on their website! Bartlett from A Bartlett A Day on Vimeo. Perhaps ironically, first up is Bartlett – a trailer that is remarkably subtle about its use of music for a purportedly musical series. Hosted by Vimeo, it promises equal measure of musical and comedy, the trailer, albeit a full two and a half…