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Release Details for The Phantom of the Opera Re-Score Vinyl Soundtrack

Even if you’ve seen 1925′s classic silent film The Phantom of the Opera countless times, you’ve likely never seen Lon Chaney haunt the Paris Opera House to a horn-heavy, rock-infused backdrop. From the Belgium-based One Way Static Records and available now for pre-order comes a re-score soundtrack to Rupert Julian’s highly-regarded adaptation of the novel of obsessive and lethal love by Gaston Leroux.

Performed by The Laze, this new soundtrack to The Phantom of the Opera will hit shelves on August 12th in a wide variety of formats: vinyl, cassette, compact disc, and digital. This release features retro artwork showcasing Lon Chaney as the disfigured, passionate Phantom. The non-digital versions of this soundtrack are limited in number, ranging from 300 to 1,000 copies depending on the format. One Way Static Records is releasing The Laze’s re-score soundtrack through both a European and a North American distributor. To pre-order
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Why the Boston Bomber Cover Controversy Helps Rolling Stone

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Why the Boston Bomber Cover Controversy Helps Rolling Stone
Rolling Stone is riding an internet backlash over a cover portrait of the accused Boston Marathon bomber all the way to the bank and proving the old adage that there's no such thing as bad publicity. Also read: Boston Mag Counters Rolling Stone's Boston Bomber Cover: 'This Is the Real Face of Terror' Not that they haven't had plenty of negative attention this week. The magazine's controversial decision to post a "selfie" of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on its cover has critics fuming that the magazine is glamorizing an alleged terrorist and being insensitive
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Debra Downer: The Cry Faces (and Hands) of Dexter’s Depressive Sister

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Debra Downer: The Cry Faces (and Hands) of Dexter’s Depressive Sister
Jennifer Carpenter gets a lot of attention for cursing like a trucker as Dexter's Debra Morgan. But, really, the tough girl act is just that: an act. Deb, at her core, is a mess, and she has shed the (gallons of) tears to prove it. This season, though, she has been crying at a pace that's impressive even for her (alcohol and a guilty conscience don't mix, people!). In the first three episodes alone, Deb has already demonstrated all of her signature cry moves. See for yourself:The Frozen Face of Terror Deb is a proud woman, so even though she cries a lot, she does not surrender easily to tears. Her face stiffens before it crumples, leaving her to appear terrified of her oncoming emotions. In this case, she might actually be terrified: El Sapo, a hit man, just beat her up.  The Stop-Looking-at-Me Cover-up What do you do
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Sacha Baron Cohen's 'The Dictator' Ordered to Move Release Date

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Sacha Baron Cohen's 'The Dictator' Ordered to Move Release Date
Sacha Baron Cohen's character in "The Dictator" is being made to do something that despots typically aren't accustomed to -- he'll have to wait. Paramount has moved the release date for Baron Cohen's latest movie, pushing it back a few days from May 11 to May 16. Also read: "The Dictator" Trailer: Sacha Baron Cohen Laughs in the Face of Terror (Video) The original release date would have placed "The Dictator" in a direct face-off with Johnny Depp's vampire soap opera revamp "Dark Shadows," which received a May 11 release date after "The
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