Time once again for another Millennium music video courtesy of our video guru Josef. This week is something of an additional treat, as Josef has turned to fellow musician and friend Cindi to provide the music for this weeks montage. BackToFrankBlack is particularly proud to support talented individuals such as Cindi and we are indebted to her for allowing Josef to use her wonderful composition in this weeks video.

This week, Josef has turned his attention to the season three episode, Skull and Bones, that dark foray into executions Millennium Group style. There are so many notable things about this episode it's hard to know where to start but the fate of Cheryl Andrews and Peter Watts' horrifying confrontation of Emma Hollis in the charnel house must rank high on the list. Coupled with a stellar performance from Ayre Gross and you have an episode that's as controversial as it is good. So, sit back, enjoy the show and let us know what you think of the episode, the music and the video...

So don't be shy. Let Josef know what you think of his latest creation and tell us what you think about the episode. We want to know your thoughts so please do leave us a few comments as we really enjoy hearing from all you good people.

As promised, each music new release from Josef will be accompanied by a postcard that we urge you to send to Steve Asbell at 20th Century Fox. Making 20th Century Fox aware that we are here to stay and active in our support of a Millennium Movie is a vital way you can help this campaign achieve its ends. We are regularly asked what is the best way to help this campaign and there is no finer way than sending this postcard. The only way we can bring this show back is to make some noise and continue making that noise. That's how we will bring Frank Black back.


To see the address you need to send this to as well as a range of others you might like to send, click here!

  • To visit Josef's Youtube page and ch eck out his own collection of videos, click here!
  • To check out his myspace page and listen to some of his original compositions, click here!


Eric said... November 29, 2009 at 6:38 PM

Best postcard yet? I think so. Cool stuff guys and cool music. Some talented folk around these parts. Keep it up!

Jósef Karl said... November 30, 2009 at 1:16 AM

Whoa! I didn't expect this. Brillant postcard.

And please, if you like the music go check her other music and give her some feedback over at myspace. I think she'll really appreciate it.

Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

Spooktalklaura said... November 30, 2009 at 4:00 AM

Hi Josef, I liked the music used for this video and I loved the opening to this video. After seeing the video I remeber that I liked this episode.. lol Mark, once again I love the postcard, very cute. :)


Cathi said... November 30, 2009 at 5:09 AM

Hi guys, Great video and nice postcard as always but I hope you don't mind if I mention the episode to y'all. Is it me or is it a really odd episode. I mean really odd. It's like a sort of horror film at the end with the bath of blood and Emma retching all over the joint. An enjoyable episode thought but still a very strange on. Does anyone else think so?

Jósef Karl said... November 30, 2009 at 6:11 AM

Cathi, you are not alone, that's for sure.

While it's an enjoyable episode, I just think the Millennium Group is better than this. They were never so sloppy. I had more respect for the Millennium Group, and now their mess is turning up everywhere in the third season. Is this really the same MG from season 2, how they dealt with the Odessa in the episode Roosters? That was very consice and to the point, and the discovery of the bones and the slaughter house just taint that image.

But I think Emma managed to keep it in, just barely.

And yeah, the postcard is kinda cute, now that Laura mentions it :D

And Cindi was more than happy to let me use one of her tracks, and she was very flattered and in fact couldn't wait to share it with everybody.

So she was lucky that the 7 minutes epic music video got pushed til next week, nothing to do with me, just to show that these postcards are no easy feat to come up with and execute...Millennium Group style!

- Jósef

Jósef Karl said... November 30, 2009 at 7:07 AM
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George said... November 30, 2009 at 2:26 PM

Love the postcard. Love the music. Love the video. Spread the love!

Anonymous said... November 30, 2009 at 6:02 PM

Is there a larger postcard for a poster maybe? I love these postcards and I saw Lance given a large one on the video for the convention, does anyone know where to get them?

RSWehman said... December 1, 2009 at 10:49 AM

This is an awesome video!!!

You've outdone yourself once again!

This Is Who We Are!!

Randal Graves said... December 1, 2009 at 12:15 PM

Groovy stuff once again. Josef is right, far too amateur for MG, even the evil version. That said, the premise was very cool and Ayre Gross was excellent.

Mark Ducker said... December 1, 2009 at 3:11 PM

If you email me at markbhayden@gmail.com oh anonymous soul I will sort you out with a poster. How's that sound ;)

Peter said... December 1, 2009 at 3:13 PM

I agree with the Cathi. The Abattoir scenes (or whatever they were supposed to be) were true "jump the shark" moments. Thankfully Terry wasn't forced in to such scenes again.

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