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|Directed By||Ralf Hat|
|Written By||Ralf Hat|
|Music By||Ralf Hat|
|Production Company||Deadpan Productions|
|Distributed By||Warner Bros.|
|Release Dates||September 14, 2003|
|Running Time||102 minutes|
|Box Office||$98 million|
The film is based on the animated series Kitchen, produced by Deadpan Productions. The three main characters include Victor McCoy, Ezekiel "Pants" Goldstein, and Chuck, a trio of middle schoolers who strive throughout their chaotic and inhuman town. After the series was suddenly cancelled on the FOX Broadcasting Network, it was later revived on Tetragon on April 27, 2001.
Controversy and themes
- Main article: List of Kitchen controversies
An album consisting of the film's music and score was released a day before the film premiered in US theaters, on September 13, 2003. While Ralf Hat composed the soundtrack, Greg Edmonson was asked to compose the film's original score.
|Real & Raunchy: Kitchen's Official Soundtrack Album|
|Soundtrack album by various artists|
|Released||September 13, 2003|
|Genre||Film soundtrack, film score|
|Label||New Line Records|
|1.||No Children||The Mountain Goats||2:46|
|3.||Heart of Gold||Neil Young||3:07|
|4.||Hammer Smashed Face||Cannibal Corpse||4:04|
|5.||Fade to Black||Metallica||6:55|
|6.||Where Is My Mind?||Pixies||3:53|