December 4th is a big day for Twilight Saga fans as that's when the Eclipse DVD and Blu-ray packages hit store shelves. Not only will you be able to own the movie nationwide that day, but you can also get every available special feature in one place when you buy the 2-Disc Special Edition DVD or the Blu-ray/DVD Combo.
Last night's Season Two premiere of "The Vampire Diaries" was a winner for both viewers and The CW as along with being full of "wtf" moments, it held virtually all of its audience from the explosive Season One finale.
One thing that can really make or break a horror film is the choice of music for its soundtrack, and no one is more aware of that than Fetch producer Theodore Loscalzo, who dropped us a line with a little behind-the-scenes info on the scoring process for the film along with a few clips of the types of music we can expect to hear in the finished product.
Earlier today we got our first look at a funereal image from the upcoming Season Five of Showtime's "Dexter", and what better way to follow it up than by peeking into the mind of Dan Licht, composer for the series, who is busy in his Los Angeles home studio conjuring up chilling sounds for the new season that begins September 26th.
According to Buz's Predators review (click here), the film's score more than lives up to its predecessors and composer John Debney "gets" it. This Saturday, July 10th, if you're in or around Burbank, CA, you have the chance to meet the man at a CD and poster signing to be held at Dark Delicacies.
The score can really make or break a film, especially if it's one that requires atmosphere and tension. Want a taste of what's in store for viewers of Nimrod Antal's upcoming Predators and listeners of John Debney's spine-tingling score for the flick? Look no further!
Composer Howard Shore is best known for the scores for The Lord of the Rings film trilogy, for which he won three Academy Awards, but come June 29th he'll no doubt be always and forever linked with The Twilight Saga as that's the day Eclipse - The Score will hit store shelves everywhere.
You know that expression "If you want something done right, do it yourself"? Well, in the case of Midnight Syndicate's upcoming DVD release of The Dead Matter, we've gotten word from the film’s director, Edward Douglas, that he's doing just that. He's keeping it indie and distributing it himself ... with a little help from Hot Topic stores nationwide.
As reported previously, Muse's "Neutron Star Collision (Love is Forever)" is to be the first single off the soundtrack from The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, and today the video, directed by Anthony Mandler, hit the Internet. Coincidentally, Mandler is attached to direct the vampire film Vlad for Summit.
As HBO keeps reminding us in advance of the June 13th premiere of Season 3 of "True Blood", waiting sucks! But nothing helps pass the time like listening to some awesome tunes, and now thanks to the wonders of Internet streaming, you can hear the second soundtrack volume in its entirety, five days before it hits digital and physical shelves.
We already knew Muse was going to pull a hat-trick and appear on its third Twilight Saga soundtrack, but the other bands on the Eclipse CD didn't become known until today. Now we have the full list of bands and song titles.
As everyone who watches "True Blood" knows, music plays a key role in the events that transpire in Bon Temps, and come May 25th the soundtrack from Season 2 of the show will be available for your listening pleasure.
What a difference a few months make. Despite the fact that Muse drummer Dominic Howard told fans in March that "for this film it’s not going to happen", the band is indeed going to appear on the soundtrack for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
As The Twilight Saga: Eclipse fans anxiously await their first viewing of the film's trailer before Robert Pattinson's new flick Remember Me next Friday, March 12th, there are some things going on behind the scenes that might give them pause: A new editor is being brought on board, and a song by Muse, a band that has provided material for both previous installments in the series, has been dropped from the soundtrack.
Fans of film soundtracks wondering if the score for Universal's upcoming redux of The Wolfman is gonna be worth their hard earned cash needn't wonder anymore!