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.
A twisted animated horror tale, Where the Dead Go to Die looks great on Blu-ray and should appeal to the hardcore cult-horror fan.
The Scarlet Worm, a twisted Western film, arrives on Blu-ray with an interesting message.
Poor audio and video hamper this live performance of Dinosaur Jr.’s classic album Bug from MVD Visual.
Cult horror fans may have been waiting for a Blu-ray edition of The Deadly Spawn, but they’ll have to keep on waiting. This awful transfer doesn’t even look like real high definition.
80s L.A. underground punk mavericks X rock with raw energy in this classic documentary that follows the band during their peak years, arriving in a new 25th anniversary edition from MVD Visual.
If you like a different sense of humor on the world, give Colin Quinn: Long Story Short a spin.