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“The Lost Boys” – A Classic Film Reimagined as a Musical [Teaser Trailer]

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The iconic 1987 horror-comedy “The Lost Boys” is set for a reimagining, this time as a stage musical. This ambitious project, directed by Tony Award winner Michael Arden, is bringing the vampire classic to the world of musical theatre. The show’s development is spearheaded by an impressive creative team including producers James Carpinello, Marcus Chait, and Patrick Wilson, known for his roles in “The Conjuring” and “Aquaman” films.

The Lost Boys, A New Musical Teaser Trailer

The musical’s book is penned by David Hornsby, notable for his work on “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”, and Chris Hoch. Adding to the allure is the music and lyrics by The Rescues, comprised of Kyler England, AG, and Gabriel Mann, with Tony Award nominee Ethan Popp (“Tina: The Tina Turner Musical”) as the Music Supervisor.

The show’s development has reached an exciting phase with an industry presentation set for February 23, 2024. This invitation-only event will showcase the talents of Caissie Levy, known for her role in “Frozen,” as Lucy Emerson, Nathan Levy from “Dear Evan Hansen” as Sam Emerson, and Lorna Courtney from “& Juliet” as Star. This adaptation promises to bring a fresh perspective to the beloved film, which was a significant box office success, earning over $32 million against its production budget.

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Rock Music & Goopy Practical Effects in ‘Destroy All Neighbors’ Trailer

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The heart of rock and roll is still beating in the Shudder original Destroy All Neighbors. Over-the-top practical effects are also alive in this release coming to the platform on January 12. The streamer released the official trailer and it has some pretty big names behind it.

Directed by Josh Forbes the movie stars Jonah Ray Rodrigues, Alex Winter, and Kiran Deol.

Rodrigues plays William Brown, “a neurotic, self-absorbed musician determined to finish his prog-rock magnum opus, faces a creative roadblock in the form of a noisy and grotesque neighbor named Vlad (Alex Winter). Finally working up the nerve to demand that Vlad keep it down, William inadvertently decapitates him. But, while attempting to cover up one murder, William’s accidental reign of terror causes victims to pile up and become undead corpses who torment and create more bloody detours on his road to prog-rock Valhalla. Destroy All Neighbors is a twisted splatter-comedy about a deranged journey of self-discovery full of goopy practical FX, a well-known ensemble cast, and LOTS of blood.”

Take a look at the trailer and let us know what you think!

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A Boy Band Kills Our Favorite Reindeer in “I Think I Killed Rudolph”

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The new movie There’s Something in the Barn seems like a tongue-in-cheek holiday horror movie. It’s like Gremlins but bloodier and with gnomes. Now there is a song on the soundtrack that captures the humor and horror of the movie called I Think I Killed Rudolph.

The ditty is a collab between two Norwegian boy bands: Subwoofer and A1.

Subwoofer was s Eurovision entrant in 2022. A1 is a popular act from the same country. Together they killed poor Rudolph in a hit-and-run. The humorous song is a part of the film which follows a family fulfilling their dream, “of moving back after inheriting a remote cabin in the mountains of Norway.” Of course, the title gives away the rest of the movie and it turns into a home invasion — or — a gnome invasion.

There’s Something in the Barn releases in cinemas and On Demand December 1.

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‘No Resolve’ and ‘From Ashes To New’ Unleash a Rock Cover of Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ 🧟‍♂️

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In a collision of rock and pop, No Resolve and From Ashes To New have unleashed a rock cover of Michael Jackson’s iconic Thriller, just in time to send shivers down our spines this spooky season. Released on the eerily perfect date of Friday the 13th, the music video is a thrilling homage, with a rock twist, to the King of Pop’s legendary track.

A Nod to the Original with a Rock Edge

The collaboration between No Resolve and From Ashes To New brings forth a fresh yet nostalgic take on Thriller. While maintaining the eerie essence of the original, the bands infuse their signature rock elements, creating a rendition that is both familiar and novel. The synergy between the bands is palpable, providing a robust and electrifying auditory experience that is bound to resonate with rock and pop enthusiasts alike.

Thriller No Resolve Feat. From Ashes To New – filmed at Factory of the Dead

Choreography that Honors and Innovates

In a brilliant move, the bands enlisted Glenn Douglas Packard, a choreographer with a rich history with Michael Jackson himself, and the INstitute of Dancers to direct the choreography and movement. Packard, who earned a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for his work on the Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Special, brings a unique authenticity to the project. The choreography intertwines the iconic Thriller dance with fresh, innovative moves, providing a visual feast that honors the original while showcasing contemporary creativity.

The music video, directed by Drake Whelton and produced by Noise Machine Records and Drew Jacobs, features a talented cast that brings the music video to life. The zombie dancers, each bringing their own style and energy, create a visually stunning and eerily enchanting atmosphere that captivates from start to finish.

  • Production & Direction
    • Produced by: Noise Machine Records (Email) & Drew Jacobs
    • Directed by: Drake Whelton (Website)
    • Music Video Production: Drew Jacobs
    • Choreography & Movement Direction: Glenn Douglas Packard and the INstitute of Dancers
    • Assistant Choreographer: Amaya Marie
  • Cast
    • Lead Girlfriend: Markiah Brown
    • The Creeper: Andrew Dawe Collins
    • Bestie 1: Tiffany Lovett
    • Bestie 2: Irelyn Ellis
    • Bestie 3: Becca Petrella
    • Bestie 4: Febrianna Daneswary
  • Zombie Dancers
    • Eliana Jahjah
    • Taylor Strickland
    • Rufus Chappell IV
    • Tasha Gaines
    • Dynasti Smith
    • Nygel Sejismundo
    • Lauryn Haling
    • Kunal Sinha
    • Quintas Nelson
    • Emily Schatz
    • Ayaka Ishide
  • Additional Cast
    • Ticket Girl: Nicole Dillinger

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