Formed in 2000, My Chemical Romance have been steadily building their reputation ever since, and are now deservedly one of the world’s foremost rock bands. With their own unique brand of Emo-Goth-Punk sound, stunning videos, dark arrangements and dangerous live shows they have become the hottest name to drop since the dawn of Nirvana. This DVD documentary charts their lives and career, showing how they gained a huge local following that mushroomed into a colossal global fan base. With multi-platinum albums, constant airing of their videos, and sold-out tours across the world, the band are on the brink of becoming the biggest thing this decade.
My Chemical Romance: Things That Make You Go Mmmm! reveals for the first time the full story of New Jersey’s finest sons. Using exclusive interviews with the band and those closest to them, extensive location shoots, previously unpublished photographs and a host of other features, this film reveals much previously unknown about MCR, through their past and into their present, and gives a good indication of what we can expect in the future.
The complete and unauthorised DVD documentary of My Chemical Romance.
Rare My Chemical Romance photographs featured throughout the film
Exclusive interviews with the band and those who know them best, including:
Eyeball Records’Marc Dubiak and Alex Saavedra – (who first discovered the band and produced their first album), Bret Morgan – (New Jersey impresario who allowed MCR to hold their first shows in his basement and later at his Bloomfield Av café), Mario Comesanas – (Sirius Radio DJ who championed MCR early in their career), Dan "Tubby" Rodriguez, Chris Perucich and Ian Rygiel – (all from WSOU College Radio, the station which promoted the band first), John Naclerio – (producer of MCR’s debut album, recorded in his home studio), Ed Beeson – (friend of the band and reporter for New Jersey Tribune), Brandon Giest – (journalist at Revolver Magazine) - and many, many more.
DVD special features include: extensive interactive My Chemical Romance discography, digital trivia quiz, special ‘beyond DVD’ section and more.