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War of the Worlds Director Byron Haskin’s final film: The Power! One by one members of a special project team are being killed by telekinesis - the ability to move things with the power of the ...Read More
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THE PROPHECY (dir. Gregory Widen, 1995) - A curious repurposing of theological characters + concepts in a modern film noir setting about fueding angels in a war-torn Heaven. Stars Christopher W...Read More
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Originally titled Electric Shades of Grey (the on-screen title of SWV's pristine print), The Psychedelic Priest is a real rarity from the tail end of the hippie movement. According to cinematog...Read More
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Welcome to the wild world of the Queers on their very first DVD! It features footage of all the live energy and behind-the-scenes craziness of the Queers on tour around the world circa '93 to '...Read More
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This film may be one of the only ways we can see the real Kaufman, at least the way he appeared after after a particularly awful performance at a popular Catskills resort in late 1979. Created ...Read More
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"Are you beat?" asks coffee-shop impresario Mr. T. "Oh, sure, man," his sleazy friend Sid replies."Cool, way out, and long gone, dad!" Actually, although they’re right in the middle of Beatsvil...Read More
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Deep in the cellar of a cursed Italian castle, Satanists are cutting out the hearts and drinking the blood of virgins as sacrifice to their diabolic mistress Isabella! A vampire and witch, Isab...Read More
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The inspiration behind the Talking Light tour is The Residents' fascination with spooky stories. All of these ghost stories share a common theme, which ultimately asks the question: In a world...Read More
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The Residents had recorded their album, The Commercial Album, in 1980. It contained 40 one-minute tunes. The DVD version of this required enlisting many talented film-makers from around the wo...Read More
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For the uninitiated, Lee "Scratch" Perry is one of the most important figures in the history of reggae music. Not only did he help develop the early reggae sound captured in a number of importa...Read More
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From out of a dream, Jack the Ripper returns to stalk the living. A college professor finds a ring that resembles one found at the scene of the last White Chapel murder. And, when he wears it, ...Read More
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Not always credited with such, Mick Jagger has been equally as pivotal to the Rolling Stones as his songwriting partner and bandmate for almost 50 years. Indeed the differences in style, charac...Read More
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In 1979, legendary writer/director Jess Franco (VAMPYROS LESBOS) re-purposed elements of his satanic sex shocker EXORCISM with all-new footage to create a depraved new epic that – even by Uncle...Read More
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Come all ye Heathens to Scott & Gary's Christmas episode. Oh wait! It’s the kind of Alter Boy that believes thou shalt be pummeled with sonic intertwining guitars. On this episode Gary decides ...Read More
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Little Beastie Boys and Girl (Kate Schellenbach of Luscious Jackson), during the era of “Cookie Puss” mania. See the early stages of their charm in insightful interview. Driving them to the stu...Read More
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The famous first episode of "The Scott & Gary Show," filmed in black & white. Ben went on to write theme music for "Third Rock" and "That '70s Show," and has worked with classic artists like Ch...Read More
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Scott & Gary thought it proper to start inviting back some of their favorite guests to see how they were and what they were up to. Well, the talented Mr. Vaughn was up to mucho. He drove his ‘6...Read More
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It was the Butthole’s first trip to the big city and Scott & Gary caught them in all their psychedelic desert drug haze glory. Following in the footsteps of fellow Texans the Thirteenth Floor E...Read More
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Recording for cool indie label Twin Tone, a native Minnesota-ian, and living in a comic book shop (no joke) made Curtiss A a natural for Scott & Gary. His disk was full of hard plucked electric...Read More