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The song takes on a very different message if you don't realize there is a comma between War and Children...Wu Xia is done. I've started the second already.
I am also going to be working on a trailer for We Are The Dead, a historically accurate account of the future World War Z and I'll tell you why. Hollywood is in poor shape these days. Aside from a few like "Shoot 'Em Up" and "The Dark Knight", we haven't seen many truly brutal movies in some time.
I was browsing YouTube when I came across a trailer for a Japanese film, "The Machine Girl." Remember Rose McGawyn from Planet Terror? Well, imagine one of those Gatling guns attached to the arm nub of a 16-year-old Japanese schoolgirl with a thirst for revenge against a ninja Yakuza family. The trailer is so bloody that the trailer itself would be rated NC-17 in America. This, along with titles like Battle Royale, are giving us stiff competition in the war of extremity.
Am I the only one that finds it disturbing that our films aren't matching the brutality of the rest of the world? I mean, we invented metal! (Wait...that would be England.) We perfected it (No. We tried to ruin it with hair metal). Well, we are the most metal country-(Norway, actually)...I think I made my point. What we need is more blood and more music worthy of going up to eleven in our pictures.