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Bang Tango Movie trailer featuring voice narration by Twisted Sister singer Dee Snider set for summer 2014 release.

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Bang Tango Movie trailer featuring voice narration by Twisted Sister singer Dee Snider

 

Facebook — I know it has been a long time since the last update, but who wants to see the last trailer, featuring Dee Snider’s voice talents, before the film is released?

“Bang Tango was the start of a trend that never happened”
-Howard Benson, producer Chris Cornell, Daughtry, 3 Doors Down, Adam Lambert, POD

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the bands first album, which lines up perfectly with the release of the film. Only weeks away until it is in the can. Summer 2014 will see the release of this insane documentary.

Drew Fortier

 


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  • Michael Trujillo

    Why In the world does barely there Bang Tango feel compelled to make a movie about themselves?

  • ElectricGypsy

    From a documentary standpoint, as a filmmaker, if you want to tell the story of how many bands that “made it” during the hair band era didn’t really make it, you pick a band that you think is a good story, and you tell it. I don’t see any indication that the band is making the movie about themselves. Did I miss something?

  • Tora_Tora

    Interesting. Looks similar to the Anvil doc from a few years ago. Look forward to seeing it.

  • elborracho

    That singer looks like who Michael Jackson looked at and said “Make me look like him”

  • Jesse Bland

    Uh, no. Let me tell you the difference between “The Story of Anvil” and this documentary in two words: Sacha Gervasi. He is an excellent screenwriter and director. Anvil influenced a lot of bands that went on to stardom. They slugged it out for decades after their brush with success. It’s a very compelling story, and with Gervasi at the directorial helm, is a guaranteed success. Bang Tango doesn’t have the same secret ingredient, nor do they have the story. What’s the angle? Joe Leste is an asshole? That’s what we have? C’mon, “Last Days Here” had an incredible story in Bobby Liebling and that’s what makes it interesting. Howard Benson’s quote is kind, but it’s wrong. Bang Tango was not “the start of a trend that never happened.” They were the end of a trend that had already happened.

    Good luck to Drew Fortier, because he’ll need it.

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  • Tora_Tora

    I wasn’t comparing the two bands. Just saying it looks like a similar
    style doc, which it does.

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