A wild playboy is framed by crooks for a robbery he didn't commit and eventually lands in prison. There he becomes pals with the prison's most hardened criminal, who plans a daring escape.
Images of all past actions incessantly passing through the brain.
RAMPAGES is a underground hip-hop band famous for its aggressive lyrics and wild rapping. As a leader Chang-dae makes all the songs and teaches Min-soo everything. Min-soo is in love with vocalist Ah-ra and together three of them pursue music, love and dream. 3 years later, everything is changed. Having dropped out of team, Min-soo signed a contract with a major label and became a popular rapper. Forgotten and lost, Chang-dae thinks Min-soo stole all of his songs. One day Min-soo contacts Chang-dae telling he is threatened by Ah-ra who claims she has a sex video of them. Now once close friends fall into doubt and jealousy.
An unsuccessful journalist becomes a star in the media after he wrote an article about the memo of an unknown serial killer. As he learns that the memo was just part of a novel, he decides to cover up everything.
Four friends play an evening game of dominoes, drink, and talk about women. Each one is going through or has recently experienced a painful breakup. Wesley seems to have worked through his, even though it took him close to suicide. Glenn turns inward; he's depressed and sometimes weepy. Chris seems mad at the world. Sammy looks low-key and self-contained. They know too much about each other, so as the dominoes clack and the liquor flows, the hostility they've been expressing about women gets turned toward each other.
1 Fuck The System 2 Dogs Of War 3 Chaos Is My Life 4 UK 82 5 Fightback 6 Alternative 7 Never Sell Out 8 Massacre 9 Holidays In The Sun 10 Systems Fucked Up 11 Porno Slut 12 Troops Of Tomorrow 13 Massacre Of Innocents 14 Noise Annoys 15 Fuck The USA 16 Beat The Bastards 17 Let's Start A War 18 Punk's Not Dead 19 Sex & Violence
'Looking for the Perfect Beat' is a cinema verite immersion inside the unique Los Angeles 'beat-scene' music community centered around the world famous Low End Theory club night. Filmed over the Summer of 2013, a climatic point in this particular music scene's trajectory, we are given the opportunity to elegantly lift the veil on the personal creative processes of the internationally-acclaimed pillars of the scene. Indie music luminaries such as Flying Lotus, Thundercat, Gaslamp Killer, Daedelus, Nosaj Thing, Ras G, Teebs, D-Styles, TOKiMONSTA and Matthewdavid are all featured in vivid detail. The soundtrack for the film creates itself live on camera as the film elapses. This avant-garde visual angle on each subject in their respective creative spaces provides for an introspective glimpse into what would otherwise be unseen.
At eighteen years old, Sarah is subject to a daily rhythm by the violence of his alcoholic father and the needs of Maxime, his autistic brother. She is happy only when she see Nicolas, her boyfriend, and when she reminds her childhood memories. When his father destroyed the world she has built to protecther brother, she takes her freedom and brings Maxime and Nicolas. Hairless, makeup like indians, they escape their life to get a new one.
1. "Broken, Beat & Scarred" (Promo video) 2. "The Day That Never Comes" (Promo Video) 3. "Death Magnetic Electronic Press Kit" - 17:25
Freddie King, hard-driving and perhaps driven, was only 42 when he died on December 28, 1976. The intensity of the performances in this video suggest an artist who burned at full throttle every time he played. Guitarists as diverse as Eric Clapton and Jerry Garcia have cited King as a formative influence. Most of the clips in this collection come from a unique time warp, a fleeting moment when Southern R&B collided with mid-60s 'Mod' and rendered a show called The!!!!Beat. Freddie King was 31 at the time of The!!!!Beat, playing and singing in prime form. This video collection presents all of Freddie King's appearances. The DVD concludes with three tunes performed in Sweden in 1973 and shows Freddie's artistic growth.
Recently dumped by his girlfriend, underachiever Alex (O'Nan) embarks on an impromptu road trip with his new bandmate, the eccentric Jim (Michael Weston). By channeling their inner children and giving a new meaning to the term "lo-fi," Alex and Jim find their unique style by bringing the sound of children's instruments to their unsuspecting fans. Playing a series of bizarre shows and experiencing multiple near-disasters, Alex and Jim's persistence takes them on a true coming-of-age journey
various live performances by the world famous dj crew
A rare recording of Stevie Wonder in his prime. One of his best!
Emmylou Harris and The Hot Band Perform for West German TV in 1977.
Jasper Carrott has long been one of this country’s most well-loved comedians and this ITV special from 1981 shows him on top form. Recorded live at the London Palladium, the “Guv’nor of Conversational Stand-Up” showcases some of his classic routines from his 70s and 80s stage shows. In this live set he lampoons the BBC, Crossroads, his early gigging days in flea-pit theatres and even his audience!
Oddball movie maven Johnny Legend presents The Beatniks, an exploitation crime flick from 1960 filled with bongos, hep cats and reefer. After holding up a convenience store with his pals, Eddie Crane (Tony Travis) is discovered by a talent agent at a diner; now, he has a shot at fame and fortune -- but not if his buddies have a say in the matter. Paul Frees -- best known as the voice of Boris Badenov from "The Bullwinkle Show" -- directs.
Beat This: A Hip-Hop History is a 1984 BBC documentary film about hip-hop culture, directed by Dick Fontaine. The cast includes Afrika Bambaataa, DJ Kool Herc — the film includes footage from Herc's original dance parties — The Cold Crush Brothers, Jazzy Jay, Brim Fuentes, and The Dynamic Rockers. It is narrated by Imhotep Gary Byrd. Originally part of the Arena television series, it was among the first crop of documentaries about hip-hop.