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Star Wars Television Show Announced


Rick McCallum on the 100 Episode agreement George Lucas agreed to do. “That’s not going to happen probably for another year and a half while we develop scripts and everything else. But it’s fantastic; we’ve got some incredible writers. It’s going to be much darker, much more character-based, and I think it’s going to be everything the fans always wanted the prequels to be. They’ll be one-hour episode. It takes place between Episodes III and IV. It’s going to be all-new characters, maybe a few bounty hunters in there to start the series off.”

Now the question is what TV station is this going to be on? I can only hope it is SciFis Friday Night Lineup with Battlestar Galactica.

Track List Revealed For Underworld:Evolution Soundtrack

The track listing has been revealed for the upcoming soundtrack to the film “Underworld: Evolution”, check it out below:

01 – Puscifer (Maynard James Keenan of Tool) – “The Undertaker” (Renholder Mix)
02 – Chester Bennington (of Linkin Park) vs. Julien-K – “Morning After”
03 – Hawthorne Heights – “Where Do I Stab Myself In The Ears” (The Legion Of Doom Remix)
04 – My Chemical Romance – “To The End” (RnR Cheryl Mix)
05 – Slipknot – “Vermillion Pt. 2” (Bloodstone Mix)
06 – Alkaline Trio – “Burn” (Alleged Remix)
07 – Aiden – “The Last Sunrise” (Dusk Mix)
08 – Senses Fail – “Bite To Break Skin” (The Legion Of Doom Remix)
09 – Atreyu – “Her Portrait In Black”
10 – Trivium – “Washing Away Me In The Tides”
11 – Mendozza – “Eternal Battle”
12 – Lacuna Coil – “Our Truth”
13 – Gosling – “Cat People (Putting Out The Fire)”
14 – Bobby Gold – “Why Are You Up”
15 – Meat Beat Manifesto – “Suicide”
16 – Cradle Of Filth – “HW2”

The album is due out on January 10th via Lakeshore Records. Puscifer is a side project of Tool/A Perfect Circle frontman Maynard James Keenan.

SAW II Soundtrack Out SOON!

MARILYN MANSON, MUDVAYNE and BLOODSIMPLE are among the artists contributing to the upcoming “Saw II” soundtrack, due on October 25 via Treadstone Records.

Commented Treadstone Records president Jonathan Platt: “We were looking for tracks with an edge-of-your-seat intensity to reflect the mood of Saw II. But we didnt want to rely on aggressive vocals and volume. We didnt want to make a heavy metal record, which would have been the obvious choice.”

Treadstone principal Jonathan Scott Miller elaborated: “We wanted the Saw II soundtrack to blend seamlessly with Charlie Clousers score. So we chose music with elements of both organic hard rock and electronic industrial, which creates an atmosphere you can really feel. These songs get under your skin.”

MUDVAYNEs epic “Forget to Remember” was one of the first songs earmarked for the soundtrack. It can also be heard during the initial end titles of “Saw II”. “Forget to Remember” is the second single off MUDVAYNEs current gold-certified album “Lost and Found”. The video for the song was shot in early September by “Saw II” director Darren Lynn Bousman. Said Platt: “We worked closely with the films producers on putting the soundtrack together, and then we collaborated with them on the video, right down to recreating pivotal sets from the movie. The guys in MUDVAYNE are fans of the first Saw, and they were very enthusiastic about tying Forget to Remember in with Saw II.”

“Saw II” soundtrack track listing:

01. MARILYN MANSON – “Irresponsible Hate Anthem” (Venus Head Trap Mix)
02. THE USED – “Sound Effects and Over Dramatics”
03. MUDVAYNE – “Forget To Remember”
04. BLOODSIMPLE – “September”
05. PAPA ROACH – “Blood (Empty Promises)”
06. PUSCIFER – “REV 22:20” (REV 4:20 Mix)
07. SEVENDUST – “Pieces”
08. SKINNY PUPPY – “Rodent” (Ken hiwatt Marshall remix / DDT Mix)
09. QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE – “Burn The Witch” (Unkle Variation)
11. BUCKETHEAD & FRIENDS – “Three Fingers” (Feat. Saul Williams)
12. THE LEGION OF DOOM – “Home Invasion Robbery”
13. REVOLTING COCKS – “Caliente (Dark Entries)” (Feat. Gibby Haynes and Al Jourgensen)
15. CHARLIE CLOUSER – “Dont Forget The Rules”

“There is no question about how lucky we are to have all these artists on one CD,” commented “Saw II” director Darren Lynn Bousman. “To have talents like MUDVAYNE and QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE — both amazing bands, and both bands Ive listened to for years — featured on this soundtrack is a thrill.”

“Saw II” will receive a theatrical release on October 28.

New Rob Zombie Movie

Blabbermouth reports: Rob Zombies second project as a feature film director, “The Devils Rejects”, has been given a release date of August 12, 2005. Although a February release for the movie had been previously rumored, Zombie himself announced online last week that the picture would not be finished in time for that. “The Devils Rejects” is the sequel to Zombies directorial debut, 2003s “House Of 1000 Corpses”. The rocker-turned-filmmaker has said that this movie will be much darker and nastier than its predecessor. [see full story for more]

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Alarm Doing Scam Movie

Ananova reports: A scam which gave a veteran punk band their first hit for more than 20 years is to be turned into a Hollywood film.

The Alarm had a top 30 hit earlier this year with 45rpm after pretending it was by a new band called The Poppyfields.

They even got young Welsh band The Wayriders to lip-synch the song for the video to convince DJs it was by a hip young band.

Alarm frontman Mike Peters has now agreed to let lifelong friend Sara Sugarman direct the tale of how the band duped the music industry. [see full story for more]

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Doom the Movie is in Production

Doom Scheduled to be in theaters Aug. 5 2005

When the home-computer game “DOOM” was first launched in 1993, no one could have forseen the legion of fans it would create and the mania surrounding its every new permutation.
Now, the game that made history is jumping from computer screens to the motion picture screen: get ready for Doom. Set countless years in the future and told in the hyper-kinetic, kamikaze style that made its gaming predecessor a global phenomenon, the science fiction action adventure Doom takes the viewer to the far corners of the galaxy with a fully-realized vision of a dark and disturbing future.

Doom will serve as the feature film directorial debut of Enda McCallion, and is based on the id Software and Activision video game “Doom 3”


LoTR: Return Of The King Extended DVD Now Available

Well, kind of. You can preorder it starting October 1st, with an expected delivery date of December 14. Here are a few items that excite me:

FEATURE (approx. 250 minutes) – A new version of the final installment in the epic trilogy! The Academy-Award® winning film now has 50 minutes of never-before-seen footage incorporated into the film for this highly-anticipated video release:


Cast commentary also features dialogue between split-personality characters Gollum and Smeagol (Andy Serkis)!

Get the full scoop at

The Passion of the Clerks

Strangley enough, Clerks was my 3rd Kevin Smith movie. Dogma was my first and then I worked backwards. Ive been a fan ever since that first movie and when I heard they were doing a sequel to Clerks, I got excited. I figured you would too.

CNN has a great article on the movie. If you are a fan, its worth checking out. Here is a snippet:

“Its about what happens when that lazy, 20-something malaise lasts into your 30s. Those dudes are kind of still mired, not in that same exact situation, but in a place where its time to actually grow up and do something more than just sit around and dissect pop culture and talk about sex,” Smith said during an interview at his Hollywood office. “Its: What happened to these dudes?”

Halo Hits The Big Screen

A while back, a buddy of mine use to host a Halo night at his house. We put together 2 projectors, a 60″ Big Screen and a few stand alone tvs through out the house to host Halo. It was a blast, but even with the projectors and big screen, it was still cramped.

Taking this idea to a new level is a movie theater in Utah, where they have linked 4 theaters together for a 4 man tournament of Halo. In addition, a bunch of 36″ tvs show the matches in the lobby, where paying spectators watch.

Our evening of Halo mayhem was a blast, but this sounds much cooler than craming a bunch of people into one house. Get the full scoop here. In the meantime, Ill be figuring out how to bring BFV to the big screen in a similiar fashion. 🙂