Admittedly, this came up after watching a recent editorial done by Nostalgia Critic on what he thought were the 11 best television intro sequences. To some extent, I was in agreement with quite a few of them, since you’d think opinions are likely to overlap or connect in one way or another. Back on topic, that list embodied what he felt best prepared the audience for the show ahead or helped to establish the general mood. Or at the very least, got them excited for the rest of the 22/46 or so minute time slot. Genre fiction works in particular inject that sense of ambiance and expectation within the intro, so that way viewers can get immersed into the world as soon as the show truly begins. So with that, here are 10 of my personal favorite openings to sci-fi and horror themed TV shows!
Thanks to the glories of the information age, we can easily find new music in mere seconds. When I was pointed in the direction of the record group, “Silent Realm”, I became more than eager to check out the many styles of electronic music they offered. Silent Realm is a small record company within the Rocky Mountains region dedicated to independent experimental musicians. One of the artists from their label in particular intrigued me, Dada Davros, an independent electronica artist from Australia. Not only does their name evoke images of various bits of science fiction, the tracks (and artwork) within “Architecture” do too in a sense. But, that’s just some sort of geeky preconceptions. (That or let my dorky viewpoint cloud my interpretation of the music, but we’ll see.) No matter, let’s dive deeper into the ethereal plane with “Architecture”!
Admittedly, I’m quite casual in the world of comic books. I usually rely on one of my local friends for information, but he wasn’t available to collaborate on a review. Luckily for me, you didn’t have to be a huge X-Men fan to enjoy this film. But, this begs the question, if you aren’t a die-hard fan, how good will this movie be for you?