Once upon a time, The Germs was the original hardcore LA punk rock band, loaded with heroin and headed for death by suicide. Helmed by Darby Crash, the group hosted musicians ranging from Belinda Carlisle of the Go-Go’s to Pat Smear who went on to play with Nirvana and the Foo Fighters. Now, a new indie movie, “What We Do Is Secret,” aims to resurrect The Germs in a biopic. Starring Shane West, whose credits include “Boy Meets World” and a role in “A Walk to Remember” opposite Mandy Moore, as Crash, and Bijou Phillips, who’s better known for her rack than her acting abilities, as Lorna Doom, the film is one more drop of what used to be edgy into the mainstream bucket. Maybe next up someone in Hollywood will make “The GG Allin Story,” starring James Van Der Beek and brought to you by the creators of “Dawson’s Creek.”