EVICTED Soundtrack now available on Amazon, Google Play, Spotify, & iTunes

Armageddon should have been Lawrence Tierney’s last movie. In fact it was. But due to the circumstances of indie film-making and slowly raising capitol to finish the movie, EVICTED, is Lawrence Tierney’s last screen credit on IMDB.

Directed by Michael Tierney, Lawrence’s nephew, EVICTED was the last chance Michael Tierney and Lawrence Tierney would have to act in a movie together.  The film, shot on 16mm, has a great soundtrack of original music that has only recently been released on all popular formats including digital download via Amazon, Google Play & iTunes.

The EVICTED soundtrack is also available for streaming via Spotify or you can add the soundtrack to your playlist on Youtube.

The movie EVICTED and it’s soundtrack were largely financed by Lawrence Tierney and EVICTED was one of Lawrence Tierney’s last screen roles. Larry plays the friendly neighbor Bob, always ready with some advice and a helping hand for Hollywood’s misguided youth.

Soon to be released on Amazon video. The film is currently only available on DVD via Amazon or Ebay.


Reservoir Dogs back in theaters for 20th anniversary!

It’s been 20 years since Quentin Tarantino blasted on the scene with his first movie, Reservoir Dogs.

To commemorate the event, Miramax films is putting Reservoir Dogs back in the theaters for a limited engagement.

Listen up! For those of you that walked out of the theaters during the ear slashing torture sequence, you now have the opportunity to redeem yourself.

More information and photos can be found on the Miramax website.

A Huffington Post article reports that, “The theatrical release of ‘Reservoir Dogs’ will celebrate the brand new Quentin Tarantino DVD collection “Tarantino XX,” which features eight Tarantino films from the first 20 years of his career.”

It’s nice to see that Reservoir Dogs has help up so well over time. The movie was the last heavy brick Lawrence Tierney would throw at the silver screen, and it provided a nice bookend to Larry’s 50 year career as a gangster actor.