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Wuthering Heights
Directed by Suri Krishnamma
Produced by Donald L. West
Written by Max Enscoe
Annie deYoung
Starring Erika Christensen
Mike Vogel
Christopher Masterson
Music by Stephen Trask
Cinematography Claudio Chea
Editing by Jeff Wishengrad
Distributed by MTV
Release date(s) 14 September 2003
Running time 90 min.
Language English

Wuthering Heights was a modern-day adaptation of the classic novel that aired on MTV in 2003 and was later released on DVD. It stars Erika Christensen, Mike Vogel, Christopher Masterson, Katherine Heigl, John Doe, and Aimee Osbourne.[1] The screenplay was by Max Enscoe and Annie deYoung, from an original screenplay by Jim Steinman and Patricia Knop. Although set in California, it was filmed on location in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico.

The executive producer was Jim Steinman. It features his song "The Future Ain't What It Used to Be", which originally appeared on Original Sin, the concept album he wrote and produced for Pandora's Box. Wuthering Heights is one of Steinman's favourite books, and it was the inspiration for his song "It's All Coming Back to Me Now."[2]


Soundtrack album

The original soundtrack album (produced by Steinman, Steve Rinkoff, Jeff Bova, and Pat Thrall) was co-released by Ravenous Records and the MTV Original Movies label in November 2003. The track list is:

  • "Prelude: The Future Ain't What It Used To Be" (Jim Steinman)
Vocals by Erika Christensen
  • "More" (Andrew Eldritch/Steinman)
Vocals by Erika Christensen and Mike Vogel
  • "I Will Crumble" (Hewitt Huntwork)
Vocals by Erika Christensen and Mike Vogel
  • "If It Ain't Broke (Break It)" (Steinman)
Vocals by Mike Vogel
  • "Shine" (Huntwork)
Vocals by Mike Vogel
  • "The Future Ain't What It Used To Be" (Steinman)
Vocals by Erika Christensen

"If It Ain't Broke (Break It)" and "The Future Ain't What It Used To Be" were both recorded by Meat Loaf for his 2006 Bat out of Hell III: The Monster is Loose album. The latter had previously appeared on the Steinman-produced 1989 concept album Original Sin, by Pandora's Box. "More" was originally written and recorded for The Sisters of Mercy's 1990 album Vision Thing.



Production notes

This movie was filmed in Puerto Rico.


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