Play Morricone For Me is a weekly web radio show centred around film soundtracks and discussion. The show features thematic deep-dives into everything from spaghetti westerns, to blaxploitation, disaster movies, crime jazz, the history of the theremin, Disneyland Records, classic, cult and contemporary cinema and everything in between. Featured guests on the program have included composers Pat Irwin (Rocko’s Modern Life) and John Massari (Killer Klowns from Outer Space) filmmakers like Tony Klinger (The Who: The Kids Are Alright) and critics like Jeremy Richey (Sylvia Kristel: From Emmanuelle to Chabrol). Host Jack Criddle believes a balanced cinematic diet should include a little Jean-Luc Godard and a little Jean-Claude Van Damme.
Jack Criddle is the host of Play Morricone For Me, a weekly web radio show centred around film soundtracks and discussion. In addition to being a self-proclaimed movie and soundtrack nerd, he is also a film editor and producer, a pretty good cook, and a cat person. He lives in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts.