A vibrant homemade documentary of the taggers, breakers, and other artists that informed and changed the landscape of New York City in the early eighties.
The Life of Riley is a compelling documentary of an icon bluesman
Sweden’s powerhouse rock group Europe treats its fans to generous and well performed 30th anniversary concert showing that they’ve still got it.
An intensely personal drama of an elderly couple facing the issues of a changing neighborhood and failing health, Boardwalk features a superb cast and strong direction.
Iconic UK band The Stone Roses are captured in their reunion after 16-years and in their youth in this captivating documentary
Bob and the Monster is a candid, shocking documentary chronicling the struggle with drug abuse of Thelonious Monster frontman Bob Forrest.
Michael Schenker can still rock like a hurricane, but someone needed to tell the crowd at this 2012 Tilburg concert who seemed to be sleepwalking through the event.
Certainly the genre of music featured in this Recoil project will not appeal to everyone, but for those willing to give something new a chance, you might just find something to enjoy here.
This charitable concert at London’s O2 gathers together some of Britain’s biggest artists from Robert Plant and Joss Stone to David Gray and Tom Jones for an enjoyable hour of music making.
MVDvisual’s newest Blu-ray for Headspace is a mixed affair on all fronts with a somewhat decent video transfer, okay audio presentation, and, outside of a few solid performances, a film that tends to steal ideas from other horror films.