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The album cover seen at Mr. Capricorn's favorite table in the Rainbow Bar and Grill is Rising, by the band Rainbow, released in 1976. The artwork of a fist gripping a rainbow was done by Ken Kelly, best known for designing album covers for the band KISS. It is widely reported that the band got the name Rainbow from the iconic Hollywood landmark featured prominently in this film. As of 2017, the only surviving members of the band that played on this record are guitarist Ritchie Blackmore (formerly of Deep Purple) and keyboardist Tony Carey; the late Ronnie James Dio and Jimmy Bain are actually buried not far away at the Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills cemetery. The other member of the band, Cozy Powell, died in a car crash in 1998. See more »
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I thought this was a horror movie, but it definitely was not. It leaned more on the thriller film side. The soundtrack was actually decent, the acting and actors were great, the story was weak, rough, and tried to go too many places. Take out all the brutal shots and this could have been a lifetime movie.
Also, I had no idea who Andy Biersack was, but he was the only reason I kept watching.
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