Howlin' Wolf Records: "BETTER WATCH OUT" music by Brian Cachia

Howlin' Wolf Records proudly presents the score for BETTER WATCH OUT with music composed by acclaimed composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Brian Cachia. The score is performed by the Bratislava Studio Symphony conducted by Vladimir Martinka and concludes with a somber arrangement of "Carol of the Bells," featuring Mark Buys on guitar.

BETTER WATCH OUT is a horror/dark comedy written and directed by Chris Peckover, which has been described stylistically as a HOME ALONE style romp in the fashion of a Tarantino film. The film stars young Australian actors Olivia DeJonge, Levi Miller, and Ed Oxenbould, and features performances by well-known Hollywood actors Patrick Warburton (SCREAM 3) and Virginia Madsen (CANDYMAN). DeJonge and Oxenbould delivered standout performances in M. Night Shyamalan's THE VISIT, and again in BETTER WATCH OUT, now with another remarkable young actor Levi Miller (PAN). Rounding out the cast of impressive up-and-coming actors are Aleks Mikic and Dacre Montgomery (STRANGER THINGS). For more information, please [CLICK HERE]

Jeremy [Six Strings]

Howlin' Wolf Records SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT (2CD) Score by Perry Botkin, Songs by Morgan Ames

Howlin' Wolf Records' 35th Anniversary Release for SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT is a pressing of 300 CDs, featuring the unforgettable original poster art for the film, a 20-page deluxe booklet with liner notes by Co-Executive Producers Scott Schneid & Dennis Whitehead, Screenwriter Michael Hickey, and Composer Perry Botkin, all balanced against a canvas of beautiful designs and vivid imagery by graphic artist and long-time Howlin' Wolf Records Art Director Luis Miguel Rojas. []

We are sneaking in another score, soon after the last...
Jeremy [Six Strings]


c2e2 stands for the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo. It's the largest pop culture convention in the Midwest. c2e2 espouses that all nerds need a place to call home. Whether you're a fan of comic books, cosplay, video games, anime, TV shows, movies, books, wrestling, comedy, or anything else – c2e2 is your home for good and geeky times.  February 28th - March 1, 2020. []
Jeremy [Six Strings]


c2e2 stands for the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo. It's the largest pop culture convention in the Midwest. c2e2 espouses that all nerds need a place to call home. Whether you're a fan of comic books, cosplay, video games, anime, TV shows, movies, books, wrestling, comedy, or anything else – c2e2 is your home for good and geeky times.  February 28th - March 1, 2020. []
Jeremy [Six Strings]

The Empties: You are who you eat.

When a housewife contracts a flesh-eating illness, she and her husband rekindle a love that is literally all-consuming!

The Empties is a graphic novel about what happens when love dies. Most of us have experienced the end of a relationship - even the best breakups aren't easy, but the worst ones are messy and leave us battered and bruised, or numb. The love we thought we would have forever is no longer. And something that was good leaves us rotten on the inside. Yeah, I've been there. So you can see why I thought that the messy side of relationships would be fertile grounds for a one of a kind horror story, The Empties. Because when love dies, something of us dies with it... and is reborn in a flesh-eating monster! []
Jeremy [Six Strings]

Magnolia Pictures: "BUFFALOED" in THEATERS!

Buffalo is the debt collection capital of America, though Peg Dahl (Zoey Deutch) never saw herself in that world. She's bet on her sharp mind—and even sharper mouth—to get her out of town and into an Ivy League university. But when an acceptance letter to the school of her dreams arrives, she quickly realizes the cruel impossibility of paying tuition. A chance phone call changes everything and leads her into the lucrative yet complex and shady business of delinquent debt collection. 

She's a natural and soon running her own shop, but at what cost? Also starring Judy Greer, Jai Courtney and Jermaine Fowler, BUFFALOED is a hilarious and timely comedy about one woman rewriting the rules of The Man's game. []
Jeremy [Six Strings]

Sony Music: "BLOODSHOT" music by Steve Jablonsky

Sony Music today announces the release of BLOODSHOT (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SCORE) with music by film, television and gaming composer STEVE JABLONSKY (Transformers, Deepwater Horizon, Battleship). Available everywhere February 14, the album features score music written by Jablonsky for the forthcoming super hero film starring Vin Diesel, which makes its theatrical debut March 13 from Sony Pictures. 

Of the score, composer STEVE JABLONSKY says, “When Dave Wilson approached me with BLOODSHOT I was immediately intrigued by the title character. He's a man who wakes up with super human abilities but doesn't remember who he is. There a lot of cool action scenes but the core of the film is Bloodshot trying to find his identity. I felt that was an interesting canvas to try some different things musically.” 

Based on the bestselling comic book, Vin Diesel stars as Ray Garrison, a soldier recently killed in action and brought back to life as the superhero Bloodshot by the RST corporation. With an army of nanotechnology in his veins, he’s an unstoppable force –stronger than ever and able to heal instantly. But in controlling his body, the company has sway over his mind and memories, too. Now, Ray doesn’t know what’s real and what’s not – but he’s on a mission to find out.



Jeremy [Six Strings]

Back Lot Music: "THE PHOTOGRAPH" music by Robert Glasper

Back Lot Music has released the original motion picture soundtrack to Universal Pictures’ THE PHOTOGRAPH today. The soundtrack to the film features an original score by multi-GRAMMY®winning recording artist Robert Glasper, as well as two new songs by recent GRAMMY®nominee Lucky Daye and GRAMMY®winning artist H.E.R. The romantic drama, starring Issa Rae and LaKeith Stanfield, arrives in theaters nationwide on Valentine’s Day.

The warm, rich and sophisticated jazz music that suffuses almost every frame of THE PHOTOGRAPH was exactly what writer-director Stella Meghie had envisioned to accompany the film’s visual aesthetic. She couldn’t think of any better choice to capture that vision than Grammy®Award-winner Robert Glasper. “I met Robert at one of his shows two years before we worked on this film and I told him that I wanted him to score the film,” Meghie says. “He completely exceeded my expectations in the way he pulled the music into the story in such an emotional way.”

Glasper had similar sentiments in working with Meghie: “It was an honor to be a part of this amazing film. Working with Stella was great. She allowed me to completely be who I am musically without compromising her vision. It was the ultimate win, win!”

The film’s producer Will Packer agreed that the way Glasper weaved the story together with the music was brilliant. “One of Robert’s gifts is his ability to evoke emotion,” Packer says. “He makes you feel something when you combine his music with picture. His rich, soulful music not only tells you how to feel, but it informs you how to view some of the decisions that the characters make. He just gets the way that mood, music and cinema all interweave together and the fact that each one is very important.”

Packer continues: “The film takes place in two different time periods, two different cities and with very different energies and vibes, so the music had to be our great connector. It had to be the thing that pulls it all together and to interweave the story, just like the narrative. The songs became part of the narrative and helped to augment it. With a movie like this, one where you want to really feel-something, music is essential.”
Jeremy [Six Strings]

Walt Disney Records: “ZOMBIES 2”

Walt Disney Records releases the soundtrack for the Disney Channel Original Movie "ZOMBIES 2," the sequel to the #1 cable TV telecast of 2018 with Kids and Girls 6-11 and Tweens and Girls 9-14. Featuring original songs performed by the cast, the soundtrack is available today, in conjunction with the movie's premiere on Disney Channel (8:00 p.m. EST/PST) and DisneyNOW. 
The "ZOMBIES 2" music spans the cheerleaders' pop beats, the zombies' hip-hop flow, and the werewolves' world beat style in nine original songs and one reprise of the “Zombies” hit “Someday.” Four songs were written by Rock Mafia (the team that wrote and produced the hit "Queen of Mean" for "Descendants 3"). The first single and companion music video, “We Got This,” co-written and produced by Mitch Allan ("Descendants 2") are available now. "The New Kid in Town" performed by Baby Ariel will be available January 31. The score was composed by George S. Clinton ("ZOMBIES") and Amit May Cohen ("Wrestling Za'atari" documentary). 
The "ZOMBIES 2" digital and physical album is available here. The "ZOMBIES Complete Playlist" can be heard here.

About "ZOMBIES 2"... Set in the newly united town of Seabrook, "ZOMBIES 2" resumes the story as cheerleader Addison and zombie football player Zed are readying for Seabrook High's Prawn, the school's supersized prom. But when a group of mysterious teenage werewolves, led by Willa, Wyatt and Wynter, unexpectedly arrive in search of an ancient life source buried somewhere in Seabrook, a fearful city council reenacts Seabrook's anti-monster laws making it impossible for Zed and Addison to attend Prawn together. Determined to keep their plan to be the first zombie/cheerleader couple to go to the prom, Zed runs for school president against cheer captain, Bucky, in order to change the rules. While Zed launches into his campaign, Addison is drawn into the werewolves' circle sensing this might be where she finally fits in. Fearing he might lose Addison to the werewolf pack, Zed sabotages Addison's effort to find out if she really belongs amongst them. When his deception is revealed and Addison confronts the truth about her identity, zombies, cheerleaders and werewolves all discover the real meaning of community and acceptance.
“ZOMBIES 2” star’s Milo Manheim (ABC's "Dancing with the Stars") and actress/recording artist Meg Donnelly (ABC's "American Housewife"), reprising their singing/dancing/acting roles as star-crossed couple Zed and Addison, whose endearing love story illustrates that being your best self is the truest way to find happiness and belonging.
Also reprising their roles are Trevor Tordjman as Bucky, Kylee Russell as Eliza, Carla Jeffery as Bree, James Godfrey as Bonzo and Kingston Foster as Zoey. Joining the cast are Chandler Kinney as Willa, Pearce Joza as Wyatt and Ariel Martin (Baby Ariel) as Wynter. 
Jeremy [Six Strings]

Walt Disney Records: "TIMMY FAILURE: MISTAKES WERE MADE" music by Rolfe Kent

Walt Disney Records releases the Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made digital soundtrack, featuring score composed by Rolfe Kent, is now available here .  

Directed by award-winning filmmaker Tom McCarthy, Disney+’s “Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made,” based on the best-selling book of the same name, follows the hilarious exploits of our quirky, deadpan hero, Timmy Failure, who, along with his 1,500-pound polar bear partner Total, operates Total Failure Inc., a Portland detective agency.  The adventure debuts today exclusively on Disney+. Watch trailer:  [CLICK HERE]

About Rolfe Kent: Born in England into a non-musical family, Rolfe Kent intuitively felt at age 12 that he wanted to be a film composer, although his early musical training was brief and not so formal. Citing Maurice Jarre’s “Lawrence of Arabia” and Ennio Morricone’s “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” as inspirations, Kent took the advice of an early music teacher to avoid rigid course work that would dampen his enthusiasm. He followed an entirely different path and, taking counterpoint to what is often cited as culture mired in cynicism, profited from his early course work in theology to relate it to music.

After enrolling in psychology studies at the University of Leeds in Yorkshire, Kent’s musical career was casually begun at a dance club when the director of a play offered him a chance to do the music. His jump start was his composition for a stage musical, “Gross,” at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, a springboard for authors, composers and performers.

In the confines of his musically busy studio, one can immediately see why his musical personality is as distinct and his own. Constantly on the go, adventurous and curious, Kent has developed a style that is not only distinct but indicative of his aversion to the anticipated score in tone, texture and rhythm. The walls are lined with many familiar and many more unfamiliar instruments, gingerly handled and gleefully demonstrated for their sonic qualities.

Among his collection are the Indonesian percussion instrument the angklung; the shawm (first used in military maneuvers as a psychological weapon); the melodica, used for the light, soothing effect in Kent’s jazz-infused score for his Golden Globe®–nominated “Sideways”; and an instrument he discovered and cannot name that sounds like the world’s beaches at their most romantic high tide...combined.

Kent has the distinction of attracting and sustaining relationships with directors as popular and diverse as Alexander Payne, Mark Waters, Jason Reitman, Burr Steers and Richard Shepard.
Jeremy [Six Strings]

Hollywood Records: "HIGH FIDELITY"

Hollywood Records has released the soundtrack to the Hulu Original Series “High Fidelity,” premiering the same day the series, February 14. The digital soundtrack is available here.

A re-imagining of Nick Hornby’s 1995 novel, “High Fidelity” centers on Rob Brooks (Zoë Kravitz, who also serves as an executive producer), a female record store owner in the rapidly gentrified neighborhood of Crown Heights, Brooklyn who revisits past relationships through music and pop culture, while trying to get over her one true love. “High Fidelity” also stars Da’Vine Joy Randolph (“Dolemite Is My Name”), David H. Holmes, Jake Lacy, and Kingsley Ben-Adir.
The soundtrack features classic tracks by Ann Peebles, Darondo, William Onyeabor, Blondie, as well as several original songs and covers from the series including four tracks performed by Thomas Doherty (“Descendants 3,” “Legacies”) and “I Believe (When I Fall in Love It Will Be Forever)” performed by series regular Da’Vine Joy Randolph.

 “High Fidelity” tracklist:

1. “I Can’t Stand the Rain” -  Performed by Ann Peebles
2. “Didn’t I Performed” - Performed by Darondo
3. “I’ll Make Love to You Performed” - Performed by Thomas Doherty
4. “Come on Eileen” -  Performed by Dexys Midnight Runners
5. “Tiebreaker” -  Performed by Thomas Doherty
6. “Once I Had Love (AKA The Disco Song)” - Performed by Blondie
7. “Fantastic Man” -  Performed by William Onyeabor
8. “Till It Hits the Ground” -  Performed by Thomas Doherty
9. “Gimmie Light/New Tattoo” -  Performed by Thomas Doherty
10. “Pains” -  Performed by Silk Rhodes
11. “I Believe (When I Fall in Love It Will Be Forever)” -  Performed by Da’Vine Joy Randolph

About “High Fidelity”... The series is developed for television by writers Veronica West and Sarah Kucserka. West and Kucserka serve as executive producers alongside Midnight Radio’s Josh Appelbaum, André Nemec, Jeff Pinkner and Scott Rosenberg, as well as Zoë Kravitz, Jeff Reiner and Nick Hornby. Jesse Peretz directed and executive-produced the pilot. The series is produced by ABC Signature Studios, part of Disney Television Studios.
Jeremy [Six Strings]

Fox Music/Hollywood Records: "DOWNHILL" music by Volker Bertelmann

Fox Music and Hollywood Records release the original motion picture soundtrack to “Downhill,” directed by Nat Faxon and Jim Rash.    Inspired by the acclaimed 2014 Swedish film “Force Majeure, a married couple is thrown into disarray after barely escaping an avalanche during a family ski vacation in the Alps, and they are forced to reevaluate their lives and how they feel about each other. Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Will Ferrell star in this biting comedy. 

The film features score by Academy Award®-nominated German composer, pianist, producer, and artist Hauschka, Volker Bertelmann (“Lion,” “Gunpowder,” “Patrick Melrose”).  The score is available digitally today as the film opens in U.S. theaters.

From the start of “Downhill,” there’s a sense of foreboding, even before the Stanton family come face to face with an avalanche. That feeling of uncertainty comes from a combination of camerawork, the sight of avalanche-blast cannons on the mountainside and the film’s doom-heralding score.

“We knew the presence of music would be important,” says co-director Jim Rash. “So with our composer, we literally wanted to create the presence of Austria, and that came through yodeling. Yodeling is inherently funny, but he suggested there are modern ways that people are using it differently.”

Here, the refrain of yodels provides a kind of siren call of danger ahead. “I thought it would be nice to have a local color in the film music without getting too cliché or too traditional,” says composer Volker Bertelmann, who has been skiing in the Alps since he was a young child. “I had the feeling that we could use traditional instruments, vocals and the tonality of the yodeling music, which has, by the way, a lot in common with blues.”

Bertelmann created an eerie effect by blending notes and looping yodeling-inspired vocals.
“Traditional yodeling is usually faster,” he says. “I took elements like (blending pitches) and the way the vocals are sung to create a connection to the Alps and a kind of unique interpretation.”

The score was recorded at East Connection Music Recording Company with the Budapest Art Orchestra.
Jeremy [Six Strings]

Varese Sarabande: "The Stand: The Deluxe Edition" 2CD music by W.G. Snuffy Walden

Walden’s musical palette for The Stand contrasts acoustic guitar, violin, flute, and piano, written and performed in a roots/folk/spiritual manner.  The score is constructed around five distinctive character themes, plus a variety of ambient and aggressive motifs and musical designs, and a bit of roots-styled traveling music as well. The first disc of this album contains music in film order from the original single-disc soundtrack CD, released by Varèse Sarabande in 1994. The second disc contains then-previously unreleased bonus tracks compiled for the Stephen King Soundtrack Collection box set, released by Varèse in 2017, also mostly in show order.

According to Walden, the majority of the album consists of music taken from the original soundtrack recording, but a small percentage of them were newly revised for the 1994 album. “I recorded some pieces to make it work… to make it flow as its own piece." In a few cases, therefore, some of the album tracks are structured slightly differently from how they were heard in the film itself (“Sewing the Canvas,” “Mid Country: By the Stream,” and “Locked Up,” appear to be among them, from my comparisons). []
Jeremy [Six Strings]

Varese Sarabande: "Dolores Claiborne: The Deluxe Edition" 2CD music by Danny Elman

One of the most important and impressive film scores of Danny Elfman's career, Dolores Claiborne is an often overlooked and grossly under-appreciated score from the maestro. Not only does it depart from Elfman’s characteristic style both aurally and compositionally, but it also displays Elfman’s maturity as a filmmaker and storyteller using music to define, paint, and coax a psychological narrative.

Adapted from the Stephen King novel of the same name and directed by Taylor Hackford, Dolores Claiborne is a psychological dramatic film in which most of the entire movie unfolds inside the characters’ minds. Most of what is said or done on screen is a giant red herring. What you see is not always what you get. As the narrative unfolds, various pieces of the puzzle are revealed one by one and Elfman’s score is right there to cajole each perfect piece into place. []
Jeremy [Six Strings]

Milan Records: "Wings Over Everest" music by Kenji Kawai

When a plane carrying important documents crashes in the Death Zone of Mount Everest, two men claiming to work for India's research and analysis department offer a large sum of money to Team Wings to take them up to recover them.
Kenji Kawai is a Japanese music composer for motion pictures, anime movies, video games and televised programs. He has contributed to the musical scores for numerous films from Japan and other countries in Asia, working in film genres as diverse as anime, horror, sci-fi and historical epic. Among his credits are Toei's Kamen Rider Heisei Generations Forever, Tsui Hark's Seven Swords and Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon; Wilson Yip's Ip Man; Mamoru Oshii's films The Red Spectacles, StrayDog: Kerberos Panzer Cops, Ghost in the Shell, Mobile Police Patlabor and Avalon; the anime adaptations of Rumiko Takahashi's Ranma ½ and Maison Ikkoku; the live-action adaptation of Gantz and Hideo Nakata's films Ring, Ring 2, Chaos, Dark Water and Kaidan.
Jeremy [Six Strings]

Milan Records: "CODE 8" music by Ryan Taubert

Reed, as his mother is dying, is desperate for money, more specifically, medical access. Reed is approached by a crime lord named Sutcliffe with money. Small jobs are completed without a hitch. Meanwhile, Reed meets Sutcliffe's friend, Nia, a Healer and someone who can save Reed's mother. As the day of big heist comes, the heist initially goes without a hitch, but some of Reed's friends die as Sutcliffe double crosses them. Reed contacts Officer Park to get back at Sutcliffe. The cops and Reed raid Sutcliffe's hideout. There, Reed learns Nia's reason to refuse healing Reed's mother. Healing ability comes with a price. The Healer takes injury every time they heal someone and Nia could die if she tries to heal Reed's mother, given how ill Reed's mother is. Reed forces Nia to go through with it, but finally releases Nia after he sees how painful the process is for her. As a result, Reed's mother ultimately dies. Reed surrenders himself to the cops to atone for his crimes.

Ryan Taubert is an American born producer and composer whose music has featured in film, tv, advertising and recording artist's work. Taubert is based out of Los Angeles California where through his production house, ‘Endeavor Music’, he has produced tracks for a variety of clientele including but not limited to ‘Lincoln Motor Company’, ‘Mclaren’, ‘Red Bull’, ‘Microsoft’, and others.  

Jeremy [Six Strings]

Silva Screen Records: "SUPERCAR" music by Barry Gray

Barry Gray’s original Television score for Gerry Anderson's Supermarionation show... To celebrate Gerry and Sylvia Anderson’s legacy, Silva Screen Records is releasing a series of freshly remastered and compiled soundtrack albums from the iconic TV shows. The original soundtrack series started in 2019, on what would have been Gerry’s 90th Birthday. The first release was UFO, with Supercar being the follow up second release. All the albums in this series are being newly compiled, mastered and designed by the creative team at Fanderson - The Official Gerry And Sylvia Anderson Appreciation Society.

Following from Four Feather Falls, Supercar was the second Gerry Anderson show to use the Supermarionation technique. Based on the Czech style of marionette puppetry, Supermarionation was Gerry and Sylvia Anderson’s development of the technique to include synchronisation of puppet’s lip movements with pre-recorded dialogue.

Between 1961 and 1962, thirty-nine episodes were produced. Due to lack of funding and speed of production, Barry Gray had to produce music fast; he composed a series of ‘themes’ for locations, situations and characters. The main star of the show, the Super car, was given the heroic theme, whilst the rest of the score is at times whimsical and charming to support the dialogue and at others menacing when underlining the drama. The orchestra was comprised of forty instrumentalists and was conducted by Barry himself.

Barry Gray was both a classically trained composer and a versatile musician and was amongst the first composers to use electronic instruments in music for television. One such instrument was the Ondes Martenot, used to produce otherworldly musical motifs and fragments and later to create electronic sound effects in his future score for Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. Other productions he later used this instrument for include Doppelganger and Doctor Who films Dr Who and the Daleks and Daleks’ Invasion Earth 2150 AD.

On this album, the 20 themes featured create a coherent listening experience. They guide the listener through the music map of the show. []

Jeremy [Six Strings]

Silva Screen Records: "RE:SCORED - EPIC CLASSICAL"

Silva Screen Records' new re:scored series introduces fresh, thoughtful and contemporary film score reworkings of established genres. On Epic Classical, the first release in this series, Snorre Tidemand re-arranges classical favorites in “epic” film score mode.

The 10 classical compositions chosen for re:scoring are ingrained in popular culture and have appeared in many movies, from drama and animation to Sci-Fi and comedy. Always linked to an epic win or lose, strength or weakness, purgative or transformational moment in the story; the distinct phrases and harmonies have now become a shortcut for turmoil, end and new beginnings.

The album features award-winning singer Merethe Soltvedt. Her rich vocals can be heard on Interstellar, Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean, X-Men and Ready Player One. Merethe is also a performing and collaborative artist. Notably, Merethe sung with a full orchestra and choir at the Walt Disney Concert Hall as well as with Norwegian rock stars and international artists across Europe, in New York and LA.

Snorre Tidemand is a Norwegian composer (Bleeding Fingers/Extreme Music, Colossal Trailer Music and Orchestral Tools), who worked on London Music Works' critically acclaimed album, The Nativity (Cinematic Christmas Carols).

Arranged by Snorre Tidemand. Performed by London Music Works, featuring Merethe Soltvedt.
1 Mozart: Requiem - Dies Irae (re:scored) - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Snorre Tidemand.
2 Elgar: Enigma Variations - Nimrod (re:scored) - Edward Elgar; Snorre Tidemand
3 Verdi: Requiem - Dies Irae (re:scored) - Snorre Tidemand; Giuseppe Verdi.
4 Handel: Sarabande (re:scored) ** - Snorre Tidemand; George Frideric Handel.
5 Holst: The Planets - Jupiter (re:scored) ** - Gustav Holst; Snorre Tidemand
6 Vivaldi: The Four Seasons - Summer (re:scored) ** - Snorre Tidemand; Antonio Vivaldi.
7 Mozart: Requiem - Lacrimosa (re:scored) ** - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Snorre Tidemand.
8 Dvorak: Slavonic Dances (re:scored) - Antonín Dvorák; Snorre Tidemand.
9 Saint Saens: Symphony No. 3 - Finale (re:scored) - Camille Saint-Saëns; Snorre Tidemand.
10 Handel: Coronation Anthem - Zadok the Priest (re:scored) ** - Snorre Tidemand; George Frideric Handel.

Jeremy [Six Strings]

Breaking Glass Pictures: "FEEDBACK" [DVD]

Jarvis Dolan (Eddie Marsan) is the host of a successful late-night radio show, "The Grim Reality". But his life takes a turn when two armed men burst into the studio one night and take him, and his entire show, hostage. Forcing Jarvis to read from a prefabricated scrip, they expose a scandal that could destroy his whole life and decimate his high-flying career. Live on air, Jarvis will discover what his reality truly means--and what it means to take it back.

On DVD February 18, this new take on the home invasion movie follows Dolan Jarvis, the host of a successful late-night radio show, whose whole life changes after armed men burst into the studio and take him and his entire show hostage, forcing them to read from a prefabricated script and exposing a scandal that could destroy Jarvis’ life. Shot in the U.K. and Spain, stars Eddie Marsan (Ray Donovan, "Happy-Go-Lucky"), Anthony Stewart Head ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer"), Paul Anderson ("The Revenant", Peaky Blinders), and Ivana Baquero ("Pan's Labyrinth"). Screened at FrightFest, Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival, and Fantasy Filmfest among others. [TRAILER: CLICK HERE]
Jeremy [Six Strings]

MVD Entertainment Group: "KANSAS CITY" [BLU-RAY]

Returning to the city of his birth for inspiration, legendary maverick director Robert Altman helms an evocative, bullet-riddled tribute to the music and movies of his youth in Kansas City, a Depression-era gangster flick as only he could make one. Blondie O'Hara (Jennifer Jason Leigh) resorts to desperate measures when her low-level hood husband Johnny (Dermot Mulroney) gets caught trying to steal from Seldom Seen (Harry Belafonte), a local crime boss operating out of jazz haunt The Hey-Hey Club. Out on a limb, Blondie kidnaps laudanum-addled socialite Carolyn (Miranda Richardson), hoping her influential politician husband can pull the right strings and get Johnny out of Seldom Seen's clutches. 

Nominated for the Palme d'Or at Cannes, and featuring a remarkable soundtrack performed live by some of the best players in contemporary jazz, one of Altman's most underrated and idiosyncratic films finally makes its long-awaited Blu-ray™ debut.
Year of Production: 1996
Jeremy [Six Strings]