One of the first songs released after Bowie returned as a solo artist in 1992, “Real Cool World” was part of the soundtrack for Ralph Bakshi’s insane live action/animation hybrid, Cool World.
As gorgeous and interesting as Quantic Dream’s new game Detroit: Becomes Human looks, there’s one thing the studio’s first game, Omikron: The Nomad Soul will always have over it, a collaboration with the immortal David Bowie, who provided songs, played two characters and performed “live” in the world of the game.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe pay their respects to the late David Bowie, British poltergeists, Michael Shannon as Elvis, sexy elves, Dangerous Men and much more.
The world lost a legend today as David Bowie lost his long battle with cancer at age 69. Here’s just a few of his contributions to the world of movies and TV, whether he’s on screen acting or it’s just his music.
David Bowie not only starred in Jim Henson’s 80’s classic, Labyrinth, but also contributed all the songs on the soundtrack.
Tarantino Month closes out with his two most recent epics, Inglourious Basterds and Django Unchained.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the return of Chucky, controlling Rambo in a new video game, false advertising in a movie about advertising, Mystery Men, the logistics of Land of the Dead, the mediocrity of Identity Thief, viral Godzilla marketing and much more.
Warner Bros. announced they’re developing a kick ass version of the famous inventor/painter/sculptor/scientist for the big screen.