The lovelies over at the Broke and the Bookish host a weekly meme called Top Ten Tuesdays! Here is this weeks topic: Ten Books I Picked Up On A Whim (however you decide to interpret that (bought or read or something else) — I know most people read based on recommendation but we want to know those books you picked up without really hearing about or knowing much about!)
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Top Ten Tuesdays and tagged A.S. Byatt, above, Abraham Lincoln Award Nominee (2011), adventure, Alfred A. Knopf, along with modern masters of the macabre Clive Barker, Amanda Hocking, Amulet Books, Andre Norton Award Nominee (2012), Anne Ursu, anthologies, April Genevieve Tucholke, Arthur A. Levine Books, Atheneum Books for Young Readers, Basil Copper, Between #1, Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, Bliss, Brian Lumley, Charles de Lint, Charles L. Grant, Charlotte Mielswetzski, children's, Chris Crutcher, Chris Kenworthy, Christine Johnson, Christopher Fowler, Claudia Gray, Clive Barker, coming of age, contemporary, Cynthia Voigt, David A. Riley, David A. Sutton, david j. schow, Deadline, death, Delia Sherman, demons, Dennis Etchison, Dial, Douglas E. Winter, dystopia, Edgar Allan Poe, Edward Bryant, Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, Eileen Kernaghan, Ellen Datlow, Ellen Hopkins, Ellen Kushner, fairy tales, fantasy, fiction, Flesh-Eating Stories, Gary A. Braunbeck, gothic, Graham Masterton, greek mythology, greenwillow books, Grim, H.P. Lovecraft, Harlequin Teen, high school, historical fiction, horror, Hugh B. Cave, Hutchinson, Iacopo Bruno, Illustrator, J. Sheridan Le Fanu, Jackson Pearce, James R. Frenkel, Jane Yolen, Jeri Smith Ready, Jo Fletcher, Joe Hill, Joe R. Lansdale, Jon Skovron, Jon Skrovon, Joyce Carol Oates, Julie Kagawa, juvenille, Karl Edward Wagner, Kim Newman, Kimberly Derting, Lauren Myracle, Leah Bobet, Les Daniels, Lisa Tuttle, Lucy Taylor, M. R. James and J. Sheridan Le Fanu, M.R. James, Magic, Malinda Lo, Manly Wade Wellman, Marcia Guthridge, Margaret Atwood, Mary O'Malley, Michael Marshall Smith, middle grade, Midori Snyder, Missouri Gateway Readers Award Nominee (2010), Mister Max #1, Myra McEntire, mystery, mythology, Nancy Willard, Neil Gaiman, Nicholas Royle, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Paranormal, paranormal romance, Pat Cadigan, Pat Mora, Patricia A. McKillip, Peter Crowther, Peter S. Beagle, Peter Tremayne, Prix Aurora Award Nominee (2013), R. Chetwynd-Hayes, Rachel Hawkins, Ramsey Campbell, realistic fiction, Retellings, Richard Matheson, Rick Moody, River West, Robert Bloch, Robert E. Howard, Robert Reed, romance, S.P. Somtow, Sarah Rees-Brennan, Saundra Mitchell, sci fi, science fiction, science fiction fantasy, Scott Bradfield, Sharon N. Farber, Shaun David, Shaun David Hutchinson, short stories, short story collection, Sonia Gensler, sports, sports and games, St. Martin's Griffin, Stephen Jones, Stephen King, Steve Rasnic Tem, Stuart Dybek, Sue Kepros Hartman, supernatural, Susan Moody, Tanith Lee, teen, Terri Windling, Terry Dowling, Terry Lamsley, Tessa Gratton, the Book of Lost Things, The Cronus Chronicles #1, The Dead That Walk, The Mammoth Book of Zombies, The Shadow Thieves, The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #9, The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Ninth Annual Collection, Top Ten Tuesdays, Ulysses Press, urban fantasy, Ursula K. Le Guin, Violet White, Vivian Vande Velde, Weston Ochse, YA, young adult, Yvonne Navarro, Zee Miller, zombies.
Out of all the movies out in the world today which one has the perfect soundtrack song, and what is that song?
For me there are so many good movies out there, and I notice a lot have terrible soundtrack songs that I wish I could have just put the soundtracks together myself (I am looking at you Fifty Shades of Grey).
Movie: The Crow (1994)
Imdb Summary: A man brutally murdered comes back to life as an undead avenger of his and his fiancée’s murder.
Song: Burn by: The Cure
Everything about it goes absolutely perfect with the movie whether it is the tone, the dark sounds, the emotion, or the instruments.
The crow is a dark movie with a lot of action, and it needed this song for that soundtrack!
What is your favorite song from a movie soundtrack that goes great with the film?
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Motion Picture Monday and tagged alex proyas, bmi film award, Brandon Lee, Burn, david j. schow, fangoria chainsaw award, james o'barr, john shirley, Motion Picture Monday, mtv movie award, Robert Smith, The Crow, the crow soundtrack, The Cure.