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‘Breaking Bad’ Collects Series’ Music for Limited-Edition, Vinyl-Only Box Set

‘Breaking Bad’ Collects Series’ Music for Limited-Edition, Vinyl-Only Box Set
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Breaking Bad, the beloved series will collect five LPs-worth of music that featured during the show’s five seasons for a limited-edition, vinyl-only box set.

Limited to 5,000 copies, the Breaking Bad Original Soundtrack arrives November 30th and boasts five “Albuquerque crystal”-colored 10″ records, each housed in a jacket that represents one of the series’ five seasons.

The set also features “a lift off box set with Breaking Bad logo on front with special drip-off varnish,” an exclusive poster and “Los Pollos Hermanos” plastic ID
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Red Line 7000

It’s finally here in all its glory, the Howard Hawks movie nobody loves. The epitome of clueless ’60s filmmaking by an auteur who left his thinking cap back with Bogie and Bacall, this show is a PC quagmire lacking the usual compensation of exploitative thrills. But hey, it has a hypnotic appeal all its own: we’ll not abandon any movie where Teri Garr dances.

Red Line 7000


Kl Studio Classics

1965 / Color / 1:85 widescreen / 110 min. / Street Date September 19, 2017 / available through Kino Lorber / 29.95

Starring: James Caan, Laura Devon, Gail Hire, Charlene Holt, John Robert Crawford, Marianna Hill, James (Skip) Ward, Norman Alden, George Takei, Diane Strom, Anthony Rogers, Robert Donner, Teri Garr.

Cinematography: Milton Krasner

Film Editors: Bill Brame, Stuart Gilmore

Original Music: Nelson Riddle

Written by George Kirgo story by Howard Hawks

Produced and Directed by Howard Hawks

Critics have been raking Howard Hawks’ stock car racing epic
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First Trailer For ‘Patti Cake$’ Brings You The Tale Of An Underdog Rapper From Jersey

The feature film debut from music-video director Geremy Jasper tells the coming-of-age tale of an overweight 23-year-old female underdog from “blue-collar New Jersey” who just happens to be a closet savant rapper. Australian actress Danielle Macdonald stars as Patricia Dombrowski, known to her friends and rivals as “Patti Cake$.”

Read More: Danielle Macdonald Takes The Mic In Crowd-Pleaser ‘Patti Cakes’ [Sundance Review]

Jasper has said the film is a love letter to rap music, his life growing up in New Jersey and the loud and foul-mouthed women whom he was surrounded by.

Continue reading First Trailer For ‘Patti Cake$’ Brings You The Tale Of An Underdog Rapper From Jersey at The Playlist.
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Danielle Macdonald Takes The Mic In Crowd-Pleaser ‘Patti Cakes’ [Sundance Review]

Park City – Small town underdog looking to make it in the music business isn’t exactly the most original idea for a movie. And throwing in a hip-hop angle is familiar territory even at Sundance (see 2005’s “Hustle & Flow”). It’s a huge credit to writer and director Geremy Jasper then that “Patti Cake$,” which debuted at the 2017 edition of the festival on Monday, breaks through that familiar convention with flying colors.

Continue reading Danielle Macdonald Takes The Mic In Crowd-Pleaser ‘Patti Cakes’ [Sundance Review] at The Playlist.
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Irrational Man review – Woody Allen revisits familiar territory

Existential wranglings over the morality of murder are all very well, but some new ideas wouldn’t go amiss

The (im)morality of murder has long been a recurrent theme for Woody Allen, from his own bungling Boris anguishing about shooting Napoleon in Love and Death (“he’ll bleed on the carpet”) through Martin Landau’s Judah hiring a hitman to kill his lover in Crimes and Misdemeanors, to Jonathan Rhys Meyers’s Chris turning gunman in Match Point. This latest straight-faced offering retreads old ground. Joaquin Phoenix is the dissolute philosophy professor who makes an existential decision to commit the perfect crime, rediscovering his libido in the process. From the lazily repetitive use of the Ramsey Lewis trio’s The In Crowd to the naff student/tutor fantasies of its central relationship (Emma Stone is the besotted pupil while Parker Posey draws the short straw as a screechy academic) this is terribly pedestrian.
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R.I.P. Taylor Negron & Anita Ekberg

The world lost two famous supporting screen talents this weekend. Firstly, comedian and famed character actor Taylor Negron died at the age of 57 after a long battle with cancer. You may not recognise the name, but his deadpan delivery and complete lack of fear about tackling all sorts of topics will long be remembered.

Negron is best known for numerous bit roles in various films and TV shows including "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," "The Last Boy Scout," "Easy Money," "River's Edge," "Punchline," "Angels in the Outfield," "Spy Hard," "Bio-Dome," Chairman of the Board," "The Thin Pink Line," "Stuart Little," "The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas ," "The In Crowd," "Loser," "The Hughleys," "So Little Time," "Funky Monkey," "The Aristocrats," "Three Days to Vegas," "Vamps" and more.

Sadly he isn't the only one to have passed on though as screen actress Anita Ekberg also died over the weekend at the age
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Sandlot Heroes Entices Fans to Come Back with New Single

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Sandlot Heroes Entices Fans to Come Back with New Single
Sandlot Heroes is enticing fans to ‘Come Back’ with the release of their new single. The three piece rock band, which hails from Allentown and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, stepped into the studio in December 2012 to write new songs and creatively evolve towards the next level. ‘Come Back’ was released today as on their label, Sandlot Heroes, LLC. ‘Come Back’ was written after Sandlot Heroes toured America with such bands as Yellowcard, We Are The In Crowd, The Wonder Years and Bowling For Soup. After spending most of last year writing songs that would distinguish them from traditional pop-rock, the band is planning to release many more singles this year. Sandlot [ Read More ]

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MTV commissions first Australian-led pilot

An Australian production house is the first local production company to have a pilot commissioned by MTV International.

The Feds has created a reality show, currently with the working title The In Crowd about people trying to break into a sub-culture or scene that they’ve always wanted to.

The pilot, shot in Sydney, will follow two people, a wannabe magician and a girl trying out on a roller derby team.

Should the pilot be picked up for a series, the shoot will go international to follow different hopefuls as they try to crack the Texan rodeo clown school, skateboarders in Los Angeles, and debutants in London.

Lisa Gray, head of content for The Feds told Encore: “We’re really enjoying this show and its the type of programming we’d like to work on in the future. Making it for a global audience is exciting. Hopefully it means more opportunities like this.
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Yellowcard Returns With 'Here I Am Alive' (Listen)

Our buddies over at MTV Buzworthy always get the best song premieres!

Today (July 30), Buzzworthy debuted the first single from pop-punk act Yellowcard's forthcoming eighth studio album, Southern Air, which hits stores August 14 on Hopeless Records. The song, "Here I Am Alive," is all about looking back. Fifteen years after their 1997 debut, the guys are now veterans of the scene and are in full-on reflection mode.

Southern Air is the band's second, following 2011's When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes, album since returning to music after a two-year hiatus. Now that they are back, they are on a roll, and lead singer Ryan Key wants to keep it going. "We got back from tour, and we were still so excited about doing this," Key tells Buzzworthy. "We wanted to keep the ball rolling."

When you've been in the business as long as Yellowcard, you inevitably make some friends … and sometimes
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Feeder, The View added to Reading, Leeds Festival 2012 lineup

Feeder, The View added to Reading, Leeds Festival 2012 lineup
Feeder and The View are among the latest additions to this year's Reading and Leeds Festivals. Feeder will play Reading on Saturday (August 25) and Leeds on Sunday (August 26), along with Young Guns, Citizens and We Are The In Crowd. The View, The Futureheads, 2:54, Scum and Toy will all play Reading on the Sunday (August 26) and Leeds on Friday (August 24). Meanwhile, Sleigh Bells will headline the Festival Republic Stage on Friday (more)
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Radio 66.6 More Maniacal News from the Music World

Welcome back to Radio 66.6! On tap this week we've got another dose of music news for you cats. If you have a tip, feel free to submit it. Be sure to check back every Monday to stay up-to-date on the latest music headlines.


Killswitch Engage have confirmed that former vocalist Jesse Leach has re-joined the band, following the recent departure of frontman Howard Jones. "Truth be told, Jesse blew us away in auditions," says the band. Read their statement here.

Deftones bassist Chi Cheng has been in a coma since a car accident in 2008, but he is slowly recovering. As of this week, Cheng can now lift his leg by request. Watch a video of the progress here. We wish him a speedy recovery.

Bassist Matt DeVries has left Six Feet Under to pursue other musical endeavors. DeVries has been touring with the band since last year. His replacement
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Tonight Alive – What Are You So Scared Of? Review

I’m going to start this review with an apology, because it is impossible to write about a female-fronted pop-punk band without mentioning Paramore. This is usually an unfair comparison, hence the apology, and Sydney based pop-punkers Tonight Alive aren’t just an Australian Paramore. What Are You So Scared Of? sees them trying to break the UK and America, having already sold upwards of 20,000 copies of the album in their home country. With production duties being handled by Mark Trombino (producer of legendary pop-punk albums such as Blink 182’s Dude Ranch and Jimmy Eat World’s Bleed American) and 45 minutes of solid tracks, hopefully some of their success down under will be repeated over here.

Opening with the instrumental and atmospheric Eject, Eject, Eject! gives second track Breaking & Entering some extra impact, as well as giving the guitarists a chance to remind listeners that this band isn’t
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'Drift Away' singer Dobie Gray dies of cancer at age 71

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'Drift Away' singer Dobie Gray dies of cancer at age 71
Nashville, Tenn. (AP) — Dobie Gray was more than a smooth balladeer who recorded the timeless hit "Drift Away" in 1973. He wrote songs for an array of country and pop performers, was a trailblazing entertainer in South Africa and, in death, a philanthropist. Gray died in his sleep at his Nashville home Tuesday after a long battle with cancer. He was 69. "Drift Away" also was recorded by rap artist Uncle Kracker in 2003 and became a hit again. Gray's silky tenor also was heard on other hits including "The In Crowd" in 1965 and "Loving...
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Soul singer Dobie Gray dies, aged 71

Soul singer Dobie Gray dies, aged 71
Dobie Gray has died, aged 71. The soul singer's death was revealed on his official website last night, though there has yet to be an official announcement on how he passed away. Gray had massive hits in the 1960s and 1970s, including 'The In Crowd', 'Drift Away' and 'Out on the Floor'. Real name Laurence Darrow Brown, he was raised on a farm in Houston before moving to Los Angeles where he met Sonny Bono, and soon signed a record deal. 'Drift Away' sold over a million copies in 1973, and has been (more)
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Dobie Gray, 'Drift Away' singer, dead at 71

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Texas-born singer-songwriter Dobie Gray, best known for his hit song "Drift Away," has passed away, per his official website. He was 71 years old. Gray, whose real name is unknown (he may have been born Leonard Victor Ainsworth or Laurence Darrow Brown) was given the nickname "Dobie" by Sonny Bono, who was referencing sitcom "The Many Lives of Dobie Gillis."

Gray enjoyed success in the 1960s and early '70s with "The In Crowd" and Mentor Williams' "Drift Away," which would remain a staple song for years to come. Most recently Detroit rapper Uncle Kracker (a Kid Rock protege) enjoyed success with a 2003 version of the song he recorded with Gray, which broke adult contemporary records and transcended radio genres.

The Dec. 6 death announcement offers no cause, simply reading, "Dobie Gray: July 26, 1940 - December 6, 2011."

Kracker tweeted, "My heart goes out to Dobie's family this evening. Rip Dobie Gray.
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Mega Python vs. Gatoroid (2011)

Directed by: Mary Lambert

Written by: Naomi Selfman

Cast: Debbie Gibson, Tiffany, A Martinez, Kathryn Joosten, Mickey Dolenz

The fine folks running The Asylum have done it again. Purveyor of mockbusters and Syfy mega-features such as Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus, Mega Piranha and, of course, Mega Shark Versus Crocosaurus, The Asylum has now delivered unto us Mega Python vs. Gatoroid, and it's safe to say that this low-budget delight delivers everything you might desire from a film bearing such a title.

Although the flick's big battle is ostensibly between the titular creatures, in truth the main event features '80s pop tarts Tiffany and Debbie Gibson playing strong women at odds who, by movie's end, are united in more ways than one by a common mega-enemy.

Gibson stars as Nikki, a fervent animal rights activist whose zeal borders on the sociopathic. Tiffany plays Terry, a park ranger whose beat is the Florida Everglades.
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Mary Lambert talks life after “Mega Python Vs. Gatoroid”

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Mary Lambert talks life after “Mega Python Vs. Gatoroid”
It’s tough to follow up a film called Mega Python Vs. Gatoroid, but director Mary Lambert already has a few irons in the fire. The helmer of Pet Sematary and its sequel, The In Crowd, The Attic and Siesta, waxed enthusiastic yesterday about her Syfy debut, which airs Saturday, January 29 at 9 p.m., and also spoke with us exclusively about her post-mega Python future.
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Exclusive: Mary Lambert on “Mega Python Vs. Gatoroid”

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Exclusive: Mary Lambert on “Mega Python Vs. Gatoroid”
More than a few jaws drop when Syfy announced that feature film director Mary Lambert, helmer of Pet Sematary, The In Crowd and Siesta, would be tackling the cable channel’s latest over-the-top monsterfest, Mega Python Vs. Gatoroid. After tons of both mainstream and fan press over the wacky project’s announcement, Mega Python Vs. Gatoroid will premiere on Saturday, January 29 at 9 p.m. The Syfy original movie spawned from The Asylum, makers of such low-rent fare as Mega Piranha and Mega Shark Vs. Giant Octopus, which respectively starred Mega Python Vs. Gatoroid headliners Tiffany and Debbie Gibson. In this exclusive interview, Lambert says she dove into her first Syfy flick for the fun of it and predicts viewers will follow suit.
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GoreZone Magazine – issue 63 preview

Issue 63 Is ‘Dedicated To Ingrid Pitt’ – Follow us on twitter for Exclsuive news and comps Inside Issue #63 .Christa Campbell goes behind the scenes of Scream 4 and Eli Roth’s Clown .Gz Exposes Rose McGowans (Grindhouse) new surgery that’s left her scared on the new Scream DVD’ and why she may be given the boot from Red Sonja .Then and Now takes a look at what happened to Susan Ward from Mary Lamberts The In Crowd, wild things 2 and Cruel world .Winona Ryder (Black Swan) Talks to Gz Magazine about the death of Scream Queen Brittany Murphy (Cherry Falls) Plus A Free DVD Celebrity Ghost Hunting .Gz speaks direct to the Ugly Betty actor Michael Brea who chopped his mothers head – Read what pushed Brea over the edge!!!!! .Sean Cain takes on Gz Magazine’s Big Fat
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