Having not found anything to my liking, I decided to design it myself. While the finished project is not completely soundproof, it has reduced the noise to tolerable level. During this project, I also turned a ordinary door into something that is unique and stylish. In fact if you do not need the soundproofing, you can just go straight to installing the tin on your door.
The first step is to purchase some M-D Rolled Packaged Door and Window Weatherstripping and a door sweep or door threshold that seals. After installation you will want to make sure your door is airtigt. Turn off the lights and have someone stand on the outside and shine a light at all the sealed areas. If you see light on the other side, then your door is not airtight and sound will enter through these spaces.
You will also need the following tools and items.
Small nails or tacks
Threshold and / or door sweep
Clear and/or silver caulk made for metal flashing
MLV / Mass Loaded Vinyl with adhesive backing from Super Soundproofing Co.
Tin Ceiling Tiles from The American Tin Ceiling Co.
Optional Acoustic Foam
Part 2 of How to Soundproof a Door
Part 3 of How to Soundproof a Door
Part 4 of How to Soundproof a Door