Playlist: Amanda Crew of 'The Haunting In Connecticut'
Fri, 20 Mar 2009 00:12:44
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Amanda Crew confronts true evil in The Haunting In Connecticut. The Lions Gate creep show is easily the scariest film to hit theaters this year, and none of that terror was lost on the actress. However, she had the perfect cure for on-set jitters—her iPod.
"This is my feel good playlist," she laughs. "It's my mix for when you're freaked out because you're filming a scary movie and you have to be crying and screaming all day!"
So what tunes got Amanda through her trip to Hell?
She cooked up quite an eclectic sonic platter to say the least. The girl's got taste! Check out her playlist below and don't forget to catch this year's most fantastic nightmare, The Haunting In Connecticut due in theaters next Friday.
Amanda Crew's Playlist:
1. MGMT — "Electric Feel"
"This song makes me want to put on a pair of roller skates for some reason."
2. Shiny Toy Guns — "Don't Cry Out"
"[Co-star] Kyle Gallner introduced me to this band. They were playing a show in Winnipeg when we were filming, and I became addicted to them."
3. Postal Service — "Such Great Heights"
"Greatest lyrics ever!"
4. Kings of Leon
"I can't choose just one song; so check out their entire album Only By the Night. It makes me want to be a rock star."
5. Lykke Li — "I'm Good, I'm Gone"
"You can't listen to this song and not get up and dance."
6. Stars — "Soft Revolution"
"All of their songs are amazing, but this makes my heart smile."
7. TV Heart Attack — "Hypnotic Eyes"
"They're a Vancouver band that can always make you get up and dance."
8. Daniel Wesley — "Sing + Dance"
"We filmed The Haunting in Winnipeg where it was freezing cold. This song made me feel like I was on the beach."
9. The Dance Party — "Ultra Radical"
"This song will blow your mind on the dance floor."
10. Lil Wayne — Tha Carter III
"Anyone who knows me might be surprised to see this on my playlist, but a great friend of mine who worked on The Haunting introduced me to Weezy's latest album, and I've been forever changed."
11. Metric — "Empty"
"Awesome song...Eerie opening which turns into a fiery rock song."
12. Bright Eyes — "Poison Oak"
"This track doesn't make you happy, but it will definitely make you feel."