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The October edition of FSM ONLINE is now live for your reading and listening pleasure. This month’s cover story is an in-depth interview with SONYA BELOUSOVA and GIONA OSTINELLI, who score the swashbuckling Netflix hit ONE PIECE. Also this issue are an interview with HILDUR GUDNADOTTIR on her first collaboration with Kenneth Branagh, A HAUNTING IN VENICE; WILL BATES finds the sound of the GameStop meme stock craze in DUMB MONEY; BRYCE DESSNER gets operatic for the Peter Dinklage-starrer SHE CAME TO ME; a double-review of two film composers memoirs written by FABIO FRIZZI and VLADIMIR COSMA; YAIR ELAZAR GLOTMAN gets creepy with the score for Benicio del Toro’s REPTILE; Trey Toy tackles the Netflix video game adaptation CASTLEVANIA: NOCTURNE; STEPHANIE ECONOMOU digs deep into her roots for MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING 3; JON EVERIST takes an epic approach on Harebrained Schemes’ THE LAMPLIGHTERS LEAGUE; lots of album reviews, including BLUE BEETLE, WINDTALKERS and MOUSE HUNT: THE DELUXE EDITION; plus embedded audio clips, and more. Enjoy!

 

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