Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers: Time for a little Two Towers madness today!

The One Ring.net has posted a TV schedule of upcoming shows involving The Two Towers in some way, shape, or form!CLICK HERE for the TV listings!

In addition, Entertainment Weekly has a great interview up with Viggo Mortensen where he talks about the film, and among other things, how he bought the horses he rode in the films! CLICK HERE

Just as well, Coming Soon has continued their coverage of TTT and posted a great interview with John Rhys-Davies! CLICK HERE

CHUD has an interview with Two Towers composer Howard shore. He reveals many aspects of how he set the tone for the film. CLICK HERE

Also, a slideshow of photos from the New York premiere is up at Yahoo!CLICK HERE

Finally, don't forget to check out the final part of my Two Towers FAQ. In short, it' been a wild ride! CLICK HERE

House of 1000 Corpses: The official site has completely opened up now, with desktops, photos, trailers, contests, and more! Get your blood hands on these goods, CLICK HERE

Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines: T3 composer Marco Beltrami was quoted earlier this week as saying, "I'm going to try all my own material", concerning Terminator's classic theme. This of course upset many fans of the film. Well, not to be misunderstood, TheArnoldFans have caught up with Beltrami and asked him to clear his name:

Terminator fans have nothing to worry about.{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}Regardless of what rumors and misinformation are circulating, Marco can assure you that he has not even discussed the theme, nor has he made any comments regarding the direction of the music at this point. He recently signed onto the film and is just taking the first of what will be many meetings regarding the direction of the theme and the entire score.

For the full account, CLICK HERE

X-Men 2: A great new pic of Magneto, played by Ian McKellen, is now online. javascript:;|CLICK HERE

Cursed: The new Kevin Williamson penned, Wes Craven helmed werewolf flick that is supposed to change the genre forever is now in hopes to makes it's debut at Dimension films. Fimjerk has the entire scoop. CLICK HERE

Gangs of New York: A slew of new pics are up at Empire Movies. CLICK HERE

RIP William Henson: DALLAS, Texas (Reuters) -- William Henson, the animator behind the wise cracking chipmunks Chip 'n Dale, flying squirrel Rocky and the beloved dimwitted moose Bullwinkle, died earlier this week at the age of 78 after being hit by a pickup truck in suburban Dallas, a local medical examiner said Thursday.

Lights Out would like to extend our deepest condolences to family and friends.

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