What Movie/ Soundtrack Would You Like To Hear Covered.

Hello Everyone With just a few episodes on this site.  We would like to hear back from the movie/podcast community to find out how we are doing.  What do you like about ScreenTrax and what do you think we could improve on?   Do you like the concept of talking about movies and their soundtracks.… Continue reading What Movie/ Soundtrack Would You Like To Hear Covered.

4th Episode: Grease 2(1982)

Many of you are probably wondering why we chose to do a show about this and not the 1978 original.  Well, it does have Michelle Pfeiffer and that’s a better improvement over that girl from Xanadu.  It does suffer a bit for not having John Travolta, but it does have Maxwell Caulfield. You can never… Continue reading 4th Episode: Grease 2(1982)

3rd Episode: Pump Up The Volume (1990)

  Today, Jordan and Vern bring out their ham radios as they check out the 1990 movie Pump Up The Volume.  On this show they discuss how relevant this movie is today and how this movie could speak to a lot of folks now as it did back than.  They also try to understand how… Continue reading 3rd Episode: Pump Up The Volume (1990)

A Somewhat Live Commentary of Sing Street(2016)

For this  episode, Jordan and Vern pay tribute to the movie Sing Street by doing a somewhat live commentary.  It was their first time attempting to do one of these shows, and if you want to hear other examples. You should check out Popcorn Poops, Simplistic Reviews, and LAMBtracks as well.  For this one they talk… Continue reading A Somewhat Live Commentary of Sing Street(2016)

Bonus Episode: Jordan’s Docs. The Damned: Don’t You Wish That We Were Dead.

We are starting up a new series over at ScreenTrax and it’s called Jordan’s Docs. On each of these shows Jordan Jeske reviews a music documentary or concert you should check out . For this first episode, Jordan takes a look at the film that explores the very first Punk band ever known. The Damned.… Continue reading Bonus Episode: Jordan’s Docs. The Damned: Don’t You Wish That We Were Dead.