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Description: Motorhead fans, rejoice! This comprehensive look at the massive metal band's 1980 album "Ace of Spades" details band friends Lemmy, "Fast" Eddie Clarke and Philip "Philthy Animal" Taylor discussing the making of their acclaimed album and performing exclusive tunes. Another goodies contain interviews about the band with rockers Cut and Lars Ulrich, Motorhead's candid talk about their journeys with sex, drugs and rock and roll, and much more.
Description: On the heels of his tour with G3, world-renowned "shred" guitarist Paul Gilbert gives viewers personal instruction as he explains his technique of performing scales, chords and notes in a step-by-step approach. This release also captures Gilbert performing live in concert in Japan and testing on scene at the MI in Hollywood. Musicians Joe Satriani and John Petrucci of G3 create appearances.
Description: As if their day jobs weren't risky enough, the hardest of hard-core Fresh York Town bicycle messengers seek out even more thrills in their off time by organizing wild-and-wooly road races. This documentary follows a tiny group of these riders. The effect is an intimate portrait of the madmen (and women) who risk life and limb in a series of harrowing races, culminating in the annual Halloween night Alleycat race through rush-hour traffic.
Description: How far do you have to go to go too far for television? Disinformation found out with its own tv present on the UK's Channel 4 TV Network. DisinfoTV on DVD, hosted by Disinformation co-founder Richard Metzger, is a present that acts like a tv newsmagazine on speed, filled with enough counter culture propaganda, that according to Wired magazine, "makes Jackass look tame." The present challenged Channel 4's censors when it originally aired and resulted in the network refusing to broadcast certain segments. What did create it into people's homes became an immediate classic of the weird and unusual, and the series was a hit. Eventually purchased by the Sci-Fi Channel for the United States, it was considered too controversial and never aired in America. In this DVD, you'll see everything as it was intended; including the banned segments.
Description: This installment of the series produced by the acclaimed Nature squad showcases the grandeur of the Emerald Isle. Going beyond the usual travelogue, the movie takes viewers to territories they've never been before so they can truly appreciate the natural treasures of the country: the lush plant life; the animal families that call the country home, including peregrine falcons and dolphins; and the superb countryside, from the mountains to the bogs.
Description: Narrated by Meryl Streep and filmed in eight countries, Stolen Childhoods is the storyline of 246 million kids for whom life is nothing but work. Kids are found working in dumps, quarries and brick kilns. One man has been pressed into forced labor on a fishing platform in the Sea of Sumatra, a fifteen-year-old runaway describes being forced into prostitution on the roads of Mexico City, while a nine-year-old woman picks coffee in Kenya to support her family survive. The movie details stories of kid laborers around the world, said in their own words, while placing their stories in the broader context of the worldwide struggle vs kid labor, how it contributes to global insecurity, while featuring greatest practice tools to improve their lives by giving them the possibility of making a reasonable living when they grow up. Ultimately, the movie challenges the viewer to support break the cycle of poverty for the 246 million kids laboring at the bottom of the global economy.
Description: Disinfo.Con includes an nice 4 hours of footage from The Disinformation Company's heavy counterculture happening in Fresh York City's Hammerstein Ballroom. Fresh York hadn't seen anything like this since the Nova Convention in 1978 which saw Frank Zappa, Patti Smith and others anoint William Burroughs as lord of the counterculture. A quarter century soon Disinformation's keynote speakers Richard Metzger and Douglas Rushkoff ushered in a dizzying, day-long array of performances ranging from sword-swallowing to sanskrit chanting, interspersed with lectures and conversations with counterculture luminaries like Mondo 2000 founder R.U. Sirius, industrial melody progenitor Genesis P-Orridge, Grant Morrison, Robert Anton Wilson, theorists, performance artists and others from the extremes of famous culture. Nothing beats now experiencing an happening like this in the flesh, but this DVD comes cute close to capturing the spirit of the counterculture as we lurch into the 21st century.
Description: R.I.P Rest in Pieces is an intimate portrait of artist Joe Coleman, who is known around the globe as a shamanic, moral voice diagnosing the ills of 21st century America. Coleman holds nothing back, saying us of a globe wracked with tumorous cities, perversion, divorce, violence, atomic bombs, and a human race destroying itself simply because we are born.
Description: The feature-length ver of producer/director Robert's Greenwald's short documentary phenomenon "Uncovered: The Entire Truth About The Iraq War." The movie deconstructs the actual American administration's situation for fight in Iraq through interviews with U.S. intelligence professionals, diplomats and former Pentagon officials, including a former director of the C.I.A., two former Secretaries of Defense, a former ambassador to Saudi Arabia and even President Bush's former Secretary of the Army.
Description: Life in Perpetual Beta is a documentary movie about the methods in which technology has/is/will change the methods in which we think about ourselves as individuals and a society. It is exploring the cultural shift that technology creates as it enables folks to live more passionate, less planned lives. Life in Perpetual Beta was made by the same principles it explores, all aspects of the movie were crowd-sourced on social networks, from who to interview, what to ask, camera teams and how to pay for production. Life in Perpetual Beta will inspire you to trust that with a tiny faith in humanity and support from the internet, anything is possible. Featuring: Melissa Pierce, Baratunde Thurston, Jeffrey Zeldman, and variety of passionate constructive technologists, innovators, and thinkers.
Description: Programming the Nation? takes an encompassing look at the history of subliminal messaging in America. According to many authorities, since the late 1950s subliminal content has been inspected and delivered through all forms of mass-media including Hollywood filmmakers Alfred Hitchcock and William Friedkin. Even our modern military has been accused of these practices in the "war on terror" vs troops and civilians both abroad and at home. With eye-opening footage, revealing interviews, humorous anecdotes, and an array of visual effects, the movie categorically explores the alleged usage of subliminals in advertising, music, film, television, anti-theft devices, political propaganda, military psychological operations, and advanced weapons development. Director Jeff Warrick makes it his private point to determine if these manipulative strategies have succeeded in "programming the nation?" Or, if subliminal messaging belongs in the genre of what many consider urban legend.
Description: The top 30 performers in Adult Entertainment share their thoughts and fears about the industry. The stars discuss how they started, the reality behind the glamour, the threat of AIDS, and the nationwide controversy surrounding their profession
Description: Traveling from the deserts of Namibia to the forests of the Amazon, this documentary provides an up-close view of the snake globe in all it scaly glory. Cameras mounted on serpents' backs let viewers a snake's-eye view of their habits and habitats. The resulting footage reveals how they mate, give birth, hunt, feed and create their method through the world. Cobras, thread snakes and desert horned vipers and are just a several of the monsters featured.
Description: By night, they're ruthless hunters who stalk their prey with a keen sense of sight and smell. By day, they're playful, loving companions for millions. Today, cats outnumber dogs as America's favourite pet. Worshiped in ancient Egypt and persecuted during medieval times, domestic cats over the centuries have been feared and adored. As comforting companions, cats deliever therapy for the elderly and autistic. But as dramatic sequences show, the behavior of cats is never far removed from that of their cousins in the wild. If you've ever wondered why cats everytime land on all four feet or what makes them purr, watch this movie.
Description: David Attenborough's entertaining romp through the globe of monkeys has a serious side: for when we look at monkeys we can see ourselves. From memory to morality, from 'crying wolf' to politics, monkeys are our primary blueprint. Pygmy marmosets 'farm' tree sap; bearded capuchins in Brazil develop a production line for extracting palm nuts; white-faced capuchins in Costa Rica tenderly nurse the victims of battle; and in the Ethiopian highlands, a deposed gelada baboon has got the blues.
Description: In 1970, a picture of a snow monkey bathing in a hot spring graced the cover of Life Magazine. Ever since, Japan's hot-tubbing primates have been protected and well fed for the enjoyment of tourists and photographers - they have become international superstars of the natural world. But while their special lifestyle has brought fame, the rest of Japan's snow monkeys lead very various lives, enduring wonderful hardships as they war for survival in their pretty but unforgiving mountain home.
Description: Over the past four decades, artist Isaiah Zagar has covered more than 50,000 square feet of Philadelphia with stunning mosaic murals. In A Dream is a documentary detail movie that chronicles his work and his tumultuous relationship with his wife, Julia. It follows the Zagars as their marriage implodes and a harrowing fresh chapter in their life unfolds. An exploration of the fallout that ensues when the line between art and life is blurred beyond distinction.
Description: Jonathan Scott narrates the extraordinary storyline of the leopard - the one large cat that still survives across half the globe while tigers, cheetahs and lions are all struggling. By following the lives of leopard mothers and their cubs in East Africa the movie investigates what it is about the natural history of these cats that makes them born survivors. Perhaps the most extraordinary revelation is that leopards are living undercover on farms and even in towns across Africa and Asia.
Description: Living in the depths of the Fresh Guinea rainforest are the spectacular birds of paradise - monsters so pretty that the first Europeans believed they gotta have fallen from heaven. Filming their bizarre courtship displays is the Holy Grail of wildlife movie makers: some perform like iridescent acrobats, others create hypnotic pulsing sounds as they quiver and vibrate.
Description: Where do dogs in all their nice diversity come from? Tradition tells that thousands of years ago someone tamed a wolf pup, thus creating the first of our greatest friends. But many scientists disagree. On "Dogs and More Dogs," NOVA goes to the dogs—and to leading researchers—to search out the truth. Narrated by John Lithgow, the tool ranges from a wolf research facility in rural Indiana to the Westminster Dog Present in Fresh York's Madison Square Garden. NOVA makes a fascinating detour to the town dump in Tijuana, Mexico, where viewers receive surprising insight into the origin and evolutionary tactic of our canine companions.
Description: This marine unique is an introduction into the alarming ascendance of these unforgiving ocean predators, a glance beneath the surface at a brand fresh species of squid, and a possibility to receive up-close and private with enigmatic underwater explorer Scott Cassell.
Description: A lone biker rides north. He's on the blacktop under an unlimited blue sky as he races across California's Mojave Desert. The rider is helmetless, defying the law, and his brawny tattooed arms and fists, clamp down difficult as he blasts down the street at over 100 mph. Like a pony express rider, this boy is on a mission. Two months ago, he vowed he'd build a chrome creature and ride it from Long Beach, Calif., all the method to Sturgis, S.D. — 1,400 miles nonstop. So, in just eight weeks, this biker/designer created an amazing, one-of-a-kind, sleek, mean chopper from the ground up, and today he's underway. Three hundred miles from home, with 1,100 miles to go, he is headed for the biggest, raunchiest, loudest, wildest, craziest motorcycle jamboree in the world: the Sturgis 2001 Black Hills Classic.
Description: We have an extraordinary relationship with dogs - closer than with any another animal on the planet. But what makes the bond between us so special? From the recent fossil evidence, to the sequencing of the canine genome, to cognitive experiments, dogs are quick turning into the fresh chimps as a window into understanding ourselves. Why are dogs so nice at reading our emotions? Horizon meets Betsy, reputedly the world's most clever dog, and compares her wonderful abilities to those of children. Man's greatest mate has recently gone one step further - supporting us identify genes responsible for causing human diseases.
Description: All the globe is in love with motorcycles. Strapped to an 11-hour-a-day, six-days-a-week desk job, we yearn for freedom and the outlaw biker lifestyle. Many bicycles are fully unique, personalized machines built by motorcycle enthusiasts. The leading young builder in America is Jesse James; he's a descendant of the popular outlaw and possesses the same renegade spirit. Jesse's lean and mean choppers have brought him worldwide attention and much deserved respect. For two weeks, Discovery Channel will take viewers behind the garage doors of Jesse's store as he prepares few bicycles that he hopes will be ready for unveiling at Bicycle Week in Daytona Beach, Fla. Over 600,000 bikers with scrutinizing eyes will be in attendance, serving as a major marketing happening for Jesse and another builders. With so many bicycles to finish, including his own, will Jesse create the deadline? Will the bicycles be the masterpieces he seeks? The clock is ticking and Jesse has much to do!
Description: Recorded live at the sold-out 2003 Paramount Comedy Festival in Brighton, stand-up comedian Robert Newman performs From Caliban To The Taliban - 500 Years of Humanitarian Intervention; a painstakingly researched tale of capitalist expansion and America’s global terror campaign waged “with goodwill to all.” Several stand-ups have attempted to make causal urls between a 1609 Bermuda shipwreck and US journeys in Guatemala, via Shakespeare and Sir Francis Bacon. Hardly a laugh a minute you might think, but Newman has managed to pepper this unlikely comic dish with the endearing gags that made him famous.
Description: Documentary about Brazil's greatest surfers, doing their thing on the greatest beaches around the world, located in Hawaii, Indonesia, Brazil, South Africa and California. They also talk about their professional and private experiences, and describe the territories they visit.
Description: Follow in the tracks of the explosive cheetah, a man-eating tiger and the lord of the jungle, the African lion. Travel with roaming hunters as they stalk their prey, with such weaponry as night-vision and enhanced hearing capability. Added premium segment contains the mystery behind the legend of the infamous saber-toothed tiger.
Description: Cat Ladies unravels the true storyline behind the oft-ridiculed 'cat lady' - a cultural stereotype and figure of ridicule for girls of a certain age with too many furry companions. Through the intimate portrait of four special 'cat ladies' we make a sensitive and emotionally honest portrait of girls whose lives and self-worth have become intractably linked to cats. It's not the number of cats that defines someone as a 'cat lady', but rather their attachment, or non-attachment, to human beings. They make a globe with their cats in which they are agreed and in control - a globe where they ultimately have value.
Description: There are several characters from literature that take on a life of their own, but Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s fictional detective, is definitely one of them. Come unblock the mystery of the boy behind Sherlock Holmes and witness the birth of the best detective of all time in this fascinating, exclusive documentary.
Description: The gripping storyline of the acclaimed creator of Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead in her own words Revealing the surprising life storyline of one of the world's most influential minds, this unprecedented movie weaves together Ayn Rand's own recollections and reflections, providing a fresh understanding of her inspirations and influences.
Description: Covering the domestic cat in nice detail, The Ultimate Guide: House Cats is both informative and humourous. Illustrated in feature are how boy and cats have become companions over the last 4,000 years and how the cat has never really been domesticated even though we think they’ve been. The familiar Ultimate Tutorial techniques are used to demonstrate why they can see in the dark, why they can jump so high and why they land on their feet. Also, discover a house with a 150 foot cat path that runs through the whole house, hanging from the ceiling.
Description: Pregnant In America is the real storyline of Steve and Mandy Buonaugurio, a young, adventurous, expectant couple, who decide to take a daring and potentially risky approach to having their first child--outside the modern American medical system. What they learn about hospitals, doctors, insurance companies, midwives, and home birth as they travel across the United States and Europe interviewing experts and confronting birthing situations, exposes them to some shocking and disturbing realities about America¹s maternity care system and what is event to girls and babies. Ultimately, what they learn impacts on and alters the outcome of their own pregnancy.
Description: In 1960, Brion Gysin invented the Dream Machine, a hypnotic light device with the power to induce hallucinations, drugless highs, and revolutionize human consciousness. It looks easy enough; a 100-watt light bulb, a motor, and a rotating cylinder with cutouts. Just sit in front of it, close your eyes, and wait for the visions to come. The Dream Machine enthralled mystics and freethinkers everywhere; Kurt Cobain had a dream machine, and William S. Burroughs thought it should be used to “storm the citadels of enlightenment.” With a custom-made Dream Machine in tow, director Nik Sheehan takes us on a adventure into the life of Brion Gysin; his art, his complex ideas, and his friendships with some of the most eccentric counter-cultural icons. Taking the Dream Machine as the basis of its explorations, FLicKeR asks crucial questions about the nature of art and consciousness, and imagines a humanity liberated to discover its creativity in finished freedom.
Description: Documentary exploring the aftermath of the nuclear disaster that struck the town on April 26th 1986, uncovering how nature has survived in the radioactive zone. This compelling movie explores how nature has survived in the radioactive ghost town.
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This is a movie that required to be made decades ago. It remains to be seen how much it owes to the nice C.H. Douglas, but it is clearly on the right track. Oscar Wilde once told that work is the curse of the drinking classes, yep, so true. For most of history, most of mankind has struggled for survival. Now, in the 21st Century, we have fresh technologies that can erase that struggle and deliver to all of us a standard of living such as even the pharaohs should not have dreamed of. Indeed, in some methods the ordinary working class household has already achieved that; Henry VIII may have lived in a palace and been king of all he surveyed, but he couldn't receive out of bed in London on Monday morning and go to bed in Fresh York the same night. He didn't have the news, weather and unlimited entertainment on his desktop, and be you Lord of England or lord of the world, you didn't wish to go down with appendicitis before the era of modern medicine, nor to break a leg, nor even to suffer toothache. The large trouble is of course and to some extent everytime has been not how to make wealth, but how to distribute it. The perceived wisdom is by the dubious privilege of earning a living, but technology is rapidly destroying all manner of unskilled jobs. The next generation of computers, robots and the truly wondrous 3-D printer will destroy most of the rest. And the large question is, are we going to resort to a fresh Luddism, make work for the sake of it, or are we going to restructure society so that gainful employment becomes a thing of the past? This two hour plus documentary explores this and a lot more, including the perhaps surprising fact that in certain professions, financial rewards above a certain magnitude are counterproductive, far better to give the guys and gals gratis time to do their own thing.
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