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Description: GREECE: SECRETS OF THE PAST, directed by two-time Academy Award®-nominated filmmaker Greg MacGillivray, is the stirring storyline of how a Greek archeologist of the 21st century is uncovering the secret history of his ancient ancestors who forged a society that continues to astound the globe today with its ideas, inventions and achievements. Set vs the breathtaking, azure vistas of the Greek Isles, the movie merges a contemporary archeological “detective story” with some of the most advanced and painstaking digital re-creations ever undertaken for an IMAX® theatre film, with scenes that restore such centuries-old spectacles as the original Parthenon and the volcanic eruption that buried Santorini in 1646 BC.
Description: The eagerly awaited sequel to Patrick Keiller's London and Robinson in Zone is a beautifully photographed cinematic essay on our actual environmental and economic predicament, narrated by Vanessa Redgrave. Timely, provocative and studded with surreal humour, Robinson in Ruins reveals hidden histories and surprising visions (from the opium poppy fields of Oxfordshire to what seems to be a talking post box), making us consider the globe around us afresh.
Description: Few couples demonstrate 50 positions of lovemaking from the Kama Sutra while an off-screen narrator, a girl with a soft voice, describes every position, provides its name, and notes its pleasures, sensations, intensities, originality, and caveats. The basic set is a huge bedroom, with the bed in the center; the walls are yellow, the lighting soft; mirrors sometimes deliever extra angles. Melody plays. The silent couples transport rhythmically and hold their cool.
Description: Wings of Conquer is a feature-length documentary exploring the human experience of surviving kamikaze pilots. When director, Risa Morimoto, learned that her beloved uncle had trained as a kamikaze pilot in his youth but carried that secret to his grave, she decided to retrace his footsteps and ask surviving pilots about their provocative experiences. Sixty years later, survivors in their eighties say us about their training, their mindsets, their experiences in a kamikaze cockpit and what it meant to survive when thousands of their fellow pilots ruined to their deaths. Their stories insist we set aside our preconceptions to relive their all too human experiences with them. Ultimately, they support us question what responsibilities a government at fight has to its troops and to its people.
Description: Parler avec quelqu'un d'aussi grand que Guy Lafleur est toujours une expérience extraordinaire. Mais lorsqu'on permet à Réjean Tremblay de mener la conversation, on entreprend un fantastique voyage d'une ampleur insoupçonnée.
Description: For fixed-gear cyclists, Los Angeles is a town that has it all. From the neon glow of Hollywood to the sun-drenched boardwalk of Venice Beach, fixed-gear has evolved into a vibrant road culture that is uniquely L.A. From director David Rowe (Fast Friday) comes a fresh documentary detail that explores a side of L.A. several outsiders have seen. From races through rush-hour traffic to midnight loft parties, To Live & Ride in L.A. is a quick paced-trip through the busy roads and back-alleys of one of the world's biggest cities. To Live & Ride in L.A. details talented local riders tearing up the roads with first-time visitor Keo Curry (Fast Friday, Macaframa) - one of the living legends of the sport. Bicycle to hidden spots off the map, race a midnight alley-cat, hold pace with the riders from Wolfpack, and hang with the local crews, graffiti artists and another L.A. personalities burning up the fixed-gear scene.
Description: At home at her Virginia farm, photographer Sally Mann reflects on the controversy surrounding her earlier collections while forging ahead with fresh work in this intimate portrait of an artist. Also offering insights into the photographer's career are Mann's husband and her now-grown offspring.
Description: Even more from the full storyline behind the nice Group B Rally cars, featuring mind-blowing contemporary and archive racing footage of these fire-breathing rocket ships at blistering speeds! Declared “too quick to race” at the end of the 1986 season, the Group B vehicles changed the face of rallying! The Lancia Delta S4 should accelerate from 0-100km/h in 2-3 seconds on a gravel road, and Nigel Mansell is reputed to have told that the Peugeot 205 T16 should out-accelerate his F1 car! All were built to reach at least 400bhp, so we pushed these super-charged beasts to their absolute limit to see what else they should do, with legendary ex-World Rally winner Stig Blomqvist behind the wheel!
Description: The ‘Group B’ International Motorsports Genre was conceived in the late seventies as a return to the ‘good old days’ when amateur and factory squads alike should run the same production-based vehicles in either sports vehicle racing or championship rally events. By the early eighties the class had become the ‘Godzilla’ of the rally stage and what resulted were the most nice vehicles ever seen on the rally stages of the globe - 600 horsepower, 4WD, turbocharged creatures that should cover forest, tarmac or gravel stages faster than anything ever seen before or since. In 1986 the door was slammed shut on the F1 vehicles of mountain and forest roads. Faster and faster vehicles combined with wilder and crazier crowds meant that within the confines of rally vehicle tournament the group B rocket ships were just “too quick to race”. The legacy of Group B, however, is a entire range of spectacular vehicles that continue to thrill enthusiasts. Contains nice action footage and stunning close ups.
Description: A portrait of Denmark's most acclaimed and controversial director, Lars von Trier. A meeting with von Trier on a personal lvl as well as with his movie universe. Filmmaker Stig Björkman follow von Trier during a period of more than two years, meet him at work, at home and at leisure. Written by Fredrik Klasson
Description: Using clips from classic horror movies and contemporary interviews, this cable-TV documentary tries to separate truth from fable in discussing vampires and werewolves -- a task that often proves impossible. After noting that fear of the supernatural stems from mankind's primary terror involving darkness and awe of the moon, the movie ticks off few documented situations of "actual" blood sucking and lycanthropy. Among those interviewed are weapons experts, scientists, sociologists, and film buffs, as well as a several hardy souls who claim to be genuine Dracula and Wolfman clones. Originally slated to air during Halloween weekend in 2003, Fang vs. Fiction: The True Underworld of Vampires and Werewolves was moved forward two months as an extended promo for the upcoming theatrical detail Underworld, which, of course, dealt with the same terrifying topics matter. [Hal Erickson]
Description: A documentary of Steve-O’s downward spiral to when he ultimately hits rock bottom and is saved by the intervention of mates and his own will to do whatever it takes to receive – and stay – sober.
Description: Go deep into the underworld of hip-hop groupies and video vixens where sex is the backstage pass and young ladies test their bodies as a method to promote themselves and further their own careers. Jump Off takes a provocative look at the seedy side of the melody business where hip-hop groupies pay a high price to receive a taste of the celebrity lifestyle. Hear the real, raw truth about the groupie lifestyle from the scene's largest stars. Receive the inside storyline from one of hip-hop's most notorious femmes, Karrine: Superhead Steffens. Reenactments present how Karrine sexed her method through the hip-hop world, climbing her method up the ladder before ruining to the bottom. Actually a bestselling author, she's still kissing and telling, but the large stars she allegedly bedded are saying their side of the storyline
Description: Adventure Through the Past is a 1972 movie by Neil Young. Originally shot in 16mm format and then transferred for theatrical release the experimental movie is a self-directed combination of concert footage from 1966 onward, backstage footage and semi-fantastic art film-like sequences. Although Adventure Through the Past was Young's movie debut it was received poorly by critics. The movie was released on DVD in 2009 with the Neil Young Archives.
Description: Main topics of Serengeti is the mass migration of wildebeest , which in find of nutritious grass hundreds of kilometers annually by the savannah draw. At the end of the rainy season, they break into a large herd of over a million animals on the north. The wildebeest and another animals are joining the migration, as zebras and gazelles , continuously exposed to hazards, particularly by predators such as lions and cheetahs . A highlight of the nice migration, the crossing of the Mara is: There, the wildebeest have to overcome not only meter high cliffs, they are also crocodiles delivered. With the onset of the rainy season, however, leave the wildebeest north again what had long been a mystery. The reason for this is that the grass in the north a phosphorus deficiency , and told thus wildebeest forces to retreat to the south.
Description: This documentary shows a several days in the life of different members of Abdijan, Ivory Coast's gay and transgendered community. We receive to meet a tons of woubis, yossis, etc. The hero/heroine of the movie is a statuesque young boy called Barbara who is organising the annual year-end party of the Ivory Coast Tranvestite Association, to be held December 27, 1997.
Description: After escaping Russia's communist revolution, Leon Theremin travels to Fresh York, where he pioneers the field of electronic melody with his synthesizer. But at the height of his popularity, Soviet agents kidnap and force him to develop spy technology. Steven M. Martin writes and directs this intriguing documentary about a man's "strange" melody and his very interesting life as an inventor and influential musician.
Description: Independent filmmaker Dwayne Brown presents a brutal glimpse of America's urban underbelly with his guerilla-style HOOD LIFE: THE UNCENSORED DOCUMENTARY. Set to a blazing hip-hop soundtrack, the hardhitting doc captures all the poverty, crime, and violence that permeate inner-city life with a collection of real-life road footage taken straight from the nation's toughest 'hoods.
Description: HOOD LIFE 2 presents a brutal glimpse of America's urban underbelly with other collection of real-life road footage taken straight from the nation's toughest 'hoods. Set to a blazing hip-hop soundtrack, this hardhitting documentary captures all the poverty, crime, and violence that permeate inner-city life in a no-holds-barred style of guerilla filmmaking.
Description: In the final decades of the 20th century, the Philippines was a country where low-budget exploitation-film producers were gratis to create nearly any type of film they wanted, any method they pleased. It was a country with extremely lax labor regulations and a very permissive attitude towards cultural expression. As a result, it became a hotbed for the production of cheapie movies. Their history and the category itself are detailed in this breezy, nostalgic documentary.
Description: Insurgentes is the fresh documentary movie about Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree) directed by Lasse Hoile. Porcupine Tree are currently enjoying heavy success across the globe with their recent album, The Incident. Insurgentes is a musical street film that follows the making of his solo record of the same name, and is a portrait of an increasingly rare artist who works with melody and media out of love and not for fame and fortune, persisting in making art on his own terms in a globe where 'throw away' mentality is increasingly becoming the norm.
Description: Liverpool FC The Official History takes you on an exciting adventure through the finished storyline of Liverpool Football Club through the years, from their creation in 1892 ending with the summer of 2007 as the club enter a fresh and exciting era. Totally revised and updated, it charts all the highs and lows right through to the show day, Liverpool FC The Official History looks through the achievements, most memorable dates and key moments in the reign of its legendary managers; it follows the glorious seventies during which the club won 6 Championships, 2 UEFA Cups, 2 European Cups and 1 European Super Cup, the eighties' continued the success storyline and the fresh millennium bringing glory back to Anfield under the shrewd guidance of Gerard Houllier. Also included is Liverpool FC winning the Champions League in one of the most popular arrival minigames in football history in 2005, and the FA cup victory vs West Ham in 2006 - all this under the guidance of Rafa Benitez.
Description: Rick Rosenthal goes on a quest that plumbs the secrets of the legendary bluefin tuna. This fish can weigh up to 1,500 pounds and can transport up to 50 miles per hour. Here he catches a bluefin tuna on camera.
Description: Nickname Brandestini is a filmmaker based in Zurich, Switzerland. His first documentary, Return to Florence (2006), about a tiny group of young American and British artists studying classical ways at an unconventional school in Florence, screened at numerous movie festivals across North America, winning few awards. His next documentary, H.R. Giger's Sanctuary (2007), about the renowned and reclusive artist, H.R. Giger, most popular as the author of Ridley Scott's “Alien”, was an official selection at the AFI Movie Festival in Los Angeles.
Description: Fearless, feisty and resolute, the "Rough Aunties" are a remarkable group of girls unwavering in their stand to protect and care for the abused, neglected and forgotten kids of Durban, South Africa. This recent documentary by internationally acclaimed director Kim Longinotto (SISTERS IN LAW, DIVORCE IRANIAN STYLE) follows the outspoken, multiracial cadre of Thuli, Mildred, Sdudla, Eureka and Jackie, as they wage a everyday war vs systemic apathy, corruption and greed to support the most vulnerable and disenfranchised of their communities.
Description: The BBC documentary takes a look into the Pixar studios as they celebrate their 25th birthday and at the constructive process involved in creating the animation classics that we love.
Description: Spanning his early years as a junior to the disappointment of 2009 Roubaix, this unadorned everything-you-ever-wanted-to-know-about-the-guy portrait puts a microscope on the silent boy of cycling, George Hincapie. Ride along with George as he shares his joys and inspirations, his fears and frustrations, his anger (or lack thereof), his hopes and dreams, his strengths and weaknesses, and his plans for the future as he gives us a special peak into his personal world. A Ride with George Hincapie is a feature-length movie that provides an unprecedented look at the boy behind the athlete.
Description: The rich legacy of cinema legend Kirk Douglas is explored in Academy Award-winning actress and documentary-filmmaker Lee Grant's illuminating look at the private side of a Hollywood royalty. With roles in such indisputable Hollywood classics as Spartacus, Kirk Douglas achieved the type of cinematic superstardom that dreams are made of. As the torch was passed to his talented son Michael in such efforts as Romancing the Stone, Wall Street, and Primary Instinct, it became obvious to filmgoers that the Douglas dynasty would continue to thrive. Now, for the first time ever on camera, filmmaker Grant conducts exclusive interviews with both Kirk and Michael, their friends, and different family members to offer the definitive look at both the public and personal lives of the father and son who made Hollywood history.
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Fifty years ago, Anthony Perkins stabbed and slashed his method into the hearts of audiences in Alfred Hitchcock's classic horror epic, "Psycho." Aside from being a landmark for cinema, "Psycho" is notorious for having quite possibly the most consistent and most respectable set of sequels, a fact often overlooked throughout the years. "The Psycho Legacy," an in-depth documentary from the same people who brought you "His Name Was Jason" and "Never Sleep Again: The Elm Road Legacy", attempts to shed some light on this fact. By compiling interviews old and fresh with assorted cast and team (as well as some long-time fanatics who have carved their own niche in the horror genre) "The Psycho Legacy" paints a colourful and informative picture of a franchise that deserves more respect beyond the usual praise garnered for its first installment.The meat and potatoes of the feature-length documentary are broken down into five parts. Opening with a surprisingly brief (and somewhat shallow) piece on Hitchcock's original, the documentary spends equal time on every of the three sequels, wrapping up with thoughts on Norman Bates himself, Anthony Perkins. Incidentally, the documentary skips over the 1998 shot-for-shot remake, which is a bit of a shame as even if the movie itself was a futile experiment in cinema, it is still rather note-worthy as a rarity in its own genre. While the bigger names such as Dennis Franz and Meg Tilly don't appear in the documentary, another key users such as Robert Loggia, Jeff Fahey, Olivia Hussey and Henry Thomas appear to be more than satisfied to present some love and help for their somewhat forgotten roles. Archive footage from Perkins, Janet Leigh, director Richard Franklin and others are intercut with the newer footage, while the documentary itself rejects the typical narration. Really, "The Psycho Legacy" is cute much just a series of interviews pieced together to say a story.Since none of the releases for the three sequels were accompanied by any premium material, it's quite a treat to finally have some light shed on these severely under-rated films. Those seeking the goods on Hitch's original would do better to look elsewhere, but for the rest of us, this documentary does the series justice. The 2-DVD set is rounded out with hours of deleted and extended material, which is now just as informative as the main documentary itself, if not moreso. While one can't support but feel like more should have been done with this documentary (such as reaching out to bigger names or covering much more ground) it is a satisfying venture regardless. The premium material is certainly worth a watch and even if you've seen the movies multiple times and have read up on them as much as possible, you'll likely learn something fresh here. In essence, "The Psycho Legacy" is something us Norman Bates fanatics can go a tiny angry for.
Retrospective horror franchise documentaries have become a well known trend in the horror category ever since HALLOWEEN:25 YEARS OF TERROR was released back in 2006.Since then we have gotten a lesser documentary on the Friday THE 13TH franchise and a wonderful documentary on the NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET franchise.Now after 3 long years of difficult work,dedication and care we have THE PSYCHO LEGACY.The one and only detail length documentary on the PSYCHO franchise.Audiences were introduced to the franchise back in 1960 when the original Hitchcock masterpiece was released into theatres.It instantly became a horror classic.It made folks scared to take a shower and also scared of mother loving motel owners.PSYCHO changed the category forever and influenced a huge number of filmmakers like John Carpenter,Brian De Palma,Steven Spielberg,Martin Scorsese and more.Although PSYCHO is a landmark movie in not only horror history but also movie history in general, the sequels have everytime fallen behind in terms of attention and praise.As a difficult core PSYCHO fan, I everytime felt that PSYCHO 1-4 were all nice movies and much better than average horror sequels.I had the same desire that Robert Galluzzo had about wanting to know what happened on the sets of all the PSYCHO sequels.I wanted this documentary to exist and luckily Robg was smart and talented enough to create it happen.DOCUMENTARY: THE PSYCHO LEGACY opens instantly with the iconic sound of a shower running.Paul Ehlers gives an nice opening narration.The nice game sequence designed by Jon Maus brought a smile to my face as it is done in the very style of PSYCHO.He created outstanding graphics for the whole documentary.That made it even more worthwhile to watch.After the game sequence, the documentary begins off with today's horror filmmakers saying why the original PSYCHO is such an iconic film.And I think that's a nice method to begin off since there's been countless documentaries,books and articles about the original PSYCHO,so why repeat what PSYCHO fanatics already know? Right after that, we dive into the sequels. The documentary is jam packed with interviews with all kinds of PSYCHO alumni including Tom Holland,Mick Garris,Juliette Cummins,Hilton Green,Sharen Camille,Andrew London,Henry Thomas,Olivia Hussey and more! You receive a lot of interesting tidbits from each cast or team member interviewed. Obviously I don't wish to give anything away since some PSYCHO fanatics haven't seen it yet but trust me you will be very educated about the PSYCHO sequels after you watch this.Not only does THE PSYCHO LEGACY discover all four PSYCHO movies it also explores Anthony Perkins and his portrayal of the iconic horror hero known as Norman Bates.I thought that the documentary was a very loving tribute to him.Perkins was one of the nice actors of all time and he will be remembered not just for Norman Bates but also himself as a person.Diana Scarwid even teared up at the end of the documentary when talking about Anthony Perkins and how he is no longer with us.It came across that he was very necessary to a lot of folks and I thought that was one of the nice things about THE PSYCHO LEGACY.Overall, the documentary was fantastic.It was well place together,beautifully scored and brilliantly made.Robert Galluzzo could be very proud of what he has accomplished.He is actually apart of PSYCHO history. He place a lot of care and love into this project and he was very successful.Rating: 5/5SPECIAL FEATURES: Actually if the documentary wasn't enough, you have 3 hours worth of unique features.The 41 minute Anthony Perkins Q&A footage is really amazing!! I felt like I was right there at the 1988 convention watching him on stage.It was nice that Rob was able to receive that footage!! The extended and deleted scenes on Disc 1 were really interesting. You receive more nice stories from the PSYCHO alumni.I loved watching those!! "The PSYCHO Reunion Panel" was a disappointment since that featurette is nothing but audio and pictures but it's still interesting to watch. "A Tour of the Bates Motel" was also a disappointment since I saw that awhile ago on the official MySpace page."Revisiting PSYCHO II" was a nice featurette.It has Tom Holland and Andrew London going through cool PSYCHO II posters,blueprints,scripts,newspaper clippings and more that have been left behind by director Richard Franklin."Shooting PSYCHO II" was an informative interview with cinematographer Dean Cundey about what it was like to movie PSYCHO II."A Visit with PSYCHO memorabilia collector Guy Thorpe" was a wonderful featurette that shows nice PSYCHO memorabilia owned by a die difficult fanatic Guy Thorpe. He even owns the Mother corpse from PSYCHO II !! I'm very jealous!! "PSYCHO on the Web" was an interesting piece on Jason Allentoff's nice PSYCHO website. "Norman Bates in Print" was an nice featurette on Robert Bloch's PSYCHO novels.Without them we wouldn't have the PSYCHO franchise!! And finally"The Hyaena Gallery Presents: Serial Assassin Inspired Art" was disturbing but fun. Overall, the unique details were very pleasing to me as a PSYCHO fan. Rob was very constructive with them since he should only test footage from the films in the current documentary.I thought they were nice and as I told before very creative.Rating: 4/5With the nice documentary and nice unique features, what PSYCHO fanatic wouldn't like this? It's something that we've everytime wanted to see and because of Robert Galluzzo, we got to see it!! Rob was dedicated,determined and just cared deeply about this wonderful horror franchise and I really thank him for making this. THE PSYCHO LEGACY is a gotta have for PSYCHO fanatics everywhere!!
Universal has everytime ignored the sequels to "Psycho". While the Hitchcock original has everytime had nice DVD releases the sequels were treated poorly by the studio. No unique editions were ever done for those releases.Thankfully I am not the only fanatic of "Psycho II". Rob Galluzzo has produced this nice documentary about the "Psycho Films". Primarily it sticks to the sequels because the original has had many ebooks and DVD devoted to it. This documentary does what Universal failed to do. It gave us a documentary chronicling everything you would wish to know about the sequels. Cast and team interviews talk about everything you would wish to know. From casting to shooting to reactions that both the cast and public felt about every sequel. Made with such love and care that you hope Rob Galluzzo will create other documentary about other horror franchise! Please note after this documentary was made Scream Factory ended licensing the "Psycho Sequels" for Unique Editions on Home Video. If you love these movies then watch this documentary!
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