The Flaming Lips - Christmas On Mars (A Fantastical Film Freakout Featuring The Flaming Lips) Popcorn Box set download mp3 album
Christmas on Mars is a science fiction film from the alternative rock band The Flaming Lips, written and directed by the band's frontman, Wayne Coyne, and featuring the entire band in the cast, as well as many of their associates, including Steve Burns, Adam Goldberg, and Fred Armisen. The film began development in 2001, filming was completed in October 2005, and the film premiered on May 25, 2008 at the Sasquatch! Music Festival
CD: The Original Film Score DVD: The Complete Movie and Special Features . Surround Sound and Stereo Mixes 25 minutes of interviews with the band Behind the scenes with Wayne and his yellow pad Zeta Bootis theater intros Super secret outtake scene (see if you can find it) Russian Subtitles Zeta Bootis surround sound test sequence Booklet containing conceptual rants an. Printed on front cover and inlay edges: "A Fantastical Film Freakout Featuring The Flaming Lips". Printed on front cover: "2 DISCS DVD + CD The movie in . audio & video extras on DVD The original film score o compact disc". The New York Times 7599-39996-3".
Christmas On Mars Original Film Score. 1. Once Beyond Hopelessness. 2. The Distance Between Mars And The Earth Part One. 0:53. Records, Inc. ℗ 2008 Warner Bros. for the . and WEA International Inc. for the world outside the . EMI Blackwood Music In. Lovely Sorts of Death Music (BMI) Universal Music Publishing Limited outside of North America Manufactured and Distributed by Warner Music Canada Ltd. Lovely Sorts of Death Music (BMI) Universal Music Publishing Limited outside of North America Manufactured in .
A fantastical film freakout featuring The Flaming Lips. Director: Wayne Coyne, Bradley Beesley, George Salisbury. DISC ONE (Soundtrack CD) 1. Once Beyond Hopelessness 2. The Distance Between Mars and the Earth Part One 3. The Horrors of Isolation: The Celestial Dissolve, Triumphant Hallucination, Light Being Absorbed 4. In Excelsior Vaginalistic 5. Your Spaceship Comes From Within 6. Suicide and Extraordinary Mistakes 7. The Distance Between Mars and the Earth Part Two 8. The Secret of Immortality: This Strange.
Christmas On Mars (now subtitled: A Fantastical Film Freakout Featuring the Flaming Lips ) includes appearances by Adam Goldberg, comedian Fred Armisen, Modest Mouse’s Issac Brock and Elijah Wood among the Lips themselves and others. No theatrical dates for the rest of the country yet, but those should be coming out soon. We’re told dates in the Pacific Northwest, Chicago, Minnesota, in Madison, Wisconsin, and in a few cities throughout Texas are coming. Update: The trailer is now online.
reassert the Flaming Lips' ability to surprise, experiment and freak us out. Tellingly, the Christmas on Mars DVD/CD package is housed in a regular CD jewel-case as opposed to the standard DVD long box- the implication being that Christmas on Mars is as much a film in service to a soundtrack as a soundtrack in service to a film.
Nonetheless, many Flaming Lips fans expect the film will play in different contexts, including many run by Coyne himself, into the extended future. The film was released on DVD November 11, 2008 in three different packages designed by the band's visual generalist George Salisbury. of "Flaming Lips" popcorn featuring Wayne as The Martian. Of those 1,000 copies ten will contain a "golden ticket" good for two tickets to the Lips annual New Year's Eve concert in Oklahoma City. "Christmas on Mars: A Fantastical Film Freakout Featuring the Flaming Lips (Cinema Purgatorio)".
Christmas on Mars is exactly the kind of film one might expect from The Flaming Lips: dramatically bold, awkwardly humorous, and unequivocally bizarre. Set, appropriately enough, during Christmastime on Mars, the film focuses on a small space crew who discover that both their oxygen generator and gravity control pod have malfunctioned. It even holds up pretty well as a standalone album. The score's ubiquity occasionally detracts from (and sometimes undermines) the narrative, but its confusing juxtapositions and constant jumps in and out of diegesis make the film even more compelling. Nearly every element rewards close examination.