Lost: The Synchronization

While I think this video takes some liberties as far as the exact details go, it’s an excellent look at the known timeline of the crash as seen through the eyes of the survivors, Desmond and New Otherton. I actually saw this back when it came out, before I started this blog, but stumbled across it again today when putting together my post about recent Lost podcasts and thought it’d be a good addition to Audibly Lost’s archives.

Via lost.about.com

Stephen King’s "Carrie" compared to "Lost"
posted 9 years, 9 months ago. by Audibly Lost to A Tale of Two Cities, Books, Carrie, Juliet, Lost Community, Lost Mind Games, Podcast

The Lost Community Book Club is back, while The Lost Community Podcast takes hiatus. This week they’ve reviewed and compared Stephen King’s Carrie to Lost. In addition to discussing the Stephen King novel, David chats with another author, Anne Dawson. Anne is the author of Lost Mind Games, who I posted an interview with from The Cranky Fanatic Podcast’s Lost Jeopardy edition. This is a great interview with Anne and I must say I’m now tempted to actually go out and but this thing… or order it online since apparently it’s only available on Amazon at the moment (Barnes & Noble and Borders get with the times!)

If you aren’t planning on reading the book, but are curious as to the significance of Carrie and how it ties into Lost, then you may find this podcast beneficial. Given the role the book played in the Season 3 opener, A Tale Of Two Cities, there may be a lot to draw from Carrie and how it could relate to Juliet (and Walt?) David and Melissa (the podcast hosts) also discuss the TV and film versions of Carrie.

Via The Lost Community Book Club

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Lost Music: Moonlight Serenade
posted 9 years, 9 months ago. by Audibly Lost to A Tale of Two Cities, Hurley, Lost, Lost Music, Sayid, The Long Con

Moonlight Serenade was featured in The Long Con and A Tale Of Two Cities. This big band rendition written by Glen Miller is sure go down well with many Lost fans, especially for its scene in the The Long Con. Sayid, having completed fixing a radio, sits down on the beach with Hurley as the music begins to play. Hurley jokes that the music could be coming from a different “time” as it eerily plays over the radio. Here it is, enjoy:

(some recent audio clips are included in the player)