December 23, 2008 Bruce Dickinson's "The Chemical Wedding" is one of the best heavy metal albums of all time. The film he wrote that was somewhat based upon it, however, is changing its name from "The Chemical Wedding" to the more commercial "Crowley" for its U.S. release.
Hitting DVD March 10 courtesy of Anchor Bay, the newly titled "Crowley" is going to marketed as a film about the legendary occult figure at the center of the film's storyline, Aleister Crowley. In the movie, written by Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson and directed by Julian Doyle, Simon Callow plays a professor who becomes the reincarnation of occultist Aleister Crowley.
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