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The Wildhearts Live In The Studio: A Film By Tim Smith
Recorded live at the Apollo 8 Recording Studio 2007 The Wildhearts playing their self-titled album along with surreal interludes.
Analog Hero in a Digital World: Making of 'Live Free or Die Hard'
A documentary about the making of 'Live Free or Die Hard'.
One Piece: The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventure in Alabasta
A re-telling of the Alabaster Arc from One Piece (TV). Luffy and his crew come to rescue a land in the midst of a civil war, due to a powerful devil fruit user.
Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos
In the 1970s the North American Soccer League marked the first attempt to introduce soccer to American sports fans. While most teams had only limited success at best, one managed to break through to genuine mainstream popularity - the New York Cosmos. The brainchild of Steve Ross (Major executive at Warner Communications) and the Ertegun brothers (Founders of Atlantic Records), the Cosmos got off to a rocky start in 1971, but things changed in 1975 when the world's most celebrated soccer star, the Brazilian champion Pele, signed with the Cosmos for a five-million-dollar payday. With the arrival of Pele, the Cosmos became a hit and the players became the toast of the town, earning their own private table at Studio 54. A number of other international soccer stars were soon lured to the Cosmos, including Franz Beckenbauer, Rodney Marsh, and Carlos Alberto, but with the turn of the decade, the team began losing favor with fans and folded in 1985.
The Blood on Satan's Claw: In a League of Its Own
Jeremy Dyson, Mark Gatiss and Reece Shearsmith of The League of Gentlemen provide an audio commentary for 'Blood on Satan's Claw', the 1970 Tigon horror film directed by Piers Haggard. In addition there is also another League contribution - 'In a League of Its Own' - a featurette about the film's influence on The League of Gentlemen (10:13) These League items can be found on The Tigon Collection, a six disc DVD box set of six of Tigon's horror films, including the studio's best two - 'Witchfinder General' and 'Blood on Satan's Claw'. The Gents' commentary is a must if you're a fan. Their affection for the film is apparent, but this does not stop them from being brilliantly irrelevant too with extremely funny random observations, typical of The League's commentaries for their own DVD releases. Written by Deborah Gatty
Drama in the Desert: The Sights and Sounds of Burning Man
Drama in the Desert: The Sights and Sounds of Burning Man is a full-color book (which includes a DVD) based on the captivating images of Holly Kreuter, with contributions from an additional 90 Burning Man participants, offering the reader a taste of the Burning Man experience. The DVD includes an original Score by Sean Abreu, seven slideshows featuring 560 Kreuter photographs and video interviews with 8 artists including Larry Harvey.
Ringo Starr & His New All Starr Band - Live In Chicago 2001
Ringo Starr with Greg Lake, Roger Hodgson, Ian Hunter, Sheila E. Howard Jones and Mark Rivera at Chicago's Rosemont Theater in August 2001. TRACKS: Photograph, Act Naturally, Logical Song, Cleveland Rocks, Back Off Boogaloo, You're Sixteen, Yellow Submarine, Things Can Only Get Better, Lucky Man, Give a Little Bit, No One Is to Blame, The No-No Song, It Don't Come Easy, Glamorous Life, Take the Long Way Home, All the Young Dudes, Don't Go Where the Road Don't Go, With a Little Help from My Friends.
The All New Adventures of Laurel & Hardy in For Love or Mummy
Bronson Pinchot does a nice job imitating Stan Laurel and Gailard Sartain gives a good appearance as Oliver Hardy, but the imitation does not extend to the original duo's comedy. The silly story line finds the two trying to protect a professor's daughter from a mummy that has been re-born
Picture This: The Times of Peter Bogdanovich in Archer City, Texas
A visceral deconstruction of Academy Award nominated Peter Bogdanovich and the nervous breakdown he nearly had while shooting THE LAST PICTURE SHOW.
The Yellow Star: The Persecution of the Jews in Europe - 1933-1945
This Oscar nominated documentary serves not only as a remembrance but a lesson and a warning for the future. It follows the plight of Europe's Jews during the terrifying period from 1933 until the final defeat of the Third Reich in 1945. Never before had the world seen such contempt for human life on such a grand scale, the murder of an estimated 6 million Jews, with countless others persecuted. During the 1930s a wave of national fervor swept through a tumultuous Germany; people looked for answers, and the politicians were all too willing to point the finger of blame towards the Jewish population. Few, if any, could have foreseen how the views of one man would unfold…that man was Adolf Hitler.
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