The concept behind this summer’s Danger Mouse album Rome was a neat one, especially for Collider readers. Danger Mouse and Italian composer Daniele Luppi were inspired by the music from spaghetti westerns. They recorded the album using vintage equipment, often with musicians from the era who worked on spaghetti western soundtracks. The process is about to come full circle, as Rome will soon be turned into a movie. First, though, things will take a sharp left into a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Music video director Chris Milk will helm the project, based on the Alden Bell novel The Reapers Are the Angels. The story centers on a young girl who “can’t remember a time before the zombies”; she struggles to survive as she wanders the desolate landscape, plagued by inner turmoil.