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The Horror of Party Beach is one of those beloved old flicks that are so ridiculous it's nearly impossible to resist the wiles of its charm. And like any movie that's ever made us happy in any way, a remake is of course on its way with someone super tackling the directorial duties.
I didn’t realize that it had quite an extensive fan base — it’s kind of a drive-in cult classic — and it has a real pizazz", says Katt of the original film. "Kind of an old-fashioned word, but I don’t know how better to describe it. So our job as filmmakers is to try and pay homage to the film and update it at the same time. »
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At the request of our readers, we recently brought back the Music version of the Chopping List after an extended hiatus, and while the past few weeks have been light on the music front, this week changes that in a big way. Below the jump you'll find this week's list. With so many genres to cover, this is in no way comprehensive, but features 21 highlights we think you're gonna dig. We've hand-picked an assortment that runs the gamut from Soundtracks to metal, goth, alternative, punk, and more.
What will you be listening to this week?
The Book Of Eli - Soundtrack - Reprise Records
The Book of Eli Original Motion Picture Soundtrack features an original score by composer/musician/producer Atticus Ross, marking his third collaboration with the Hughes Brothers and his first feature film score. Ross' music is a unique hybrid score of electronic and organic elements; writing with »
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2 items from 2010
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