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D.O.A.: To Hell N’ Back: DVD

By Sean Koepenick

This brand new video documents the farewell tour of these Canadian punk legends. Two shows at the Rickshaw Theatre in Vancouver, BC bookend this release. Both of these seemed fairly well-attended, this being their hometown and all. 

Tribute to Ron Asheton: Featuring Iggy & the Stooges & Special Guests: DVD

By MP Johnson

This DVD isn’t about Iggy anyway. It’s about former Stooges Guitarist Ron Asheton. The current lineup of the Stooges pays tribute the only way they know how—by just destroying everything with music.

Ten Years War, The: DVD

By Paul J. Comeau

Tor Johnson Records has been an integral part of the Providence, RI, and greater New England music scene for over ten years. In May of 2012, a number of past and current bands from the label’s roster came together to celebrate the label’s ten year anniversary. 

In Heaven There Is No Beer: DVD

By MP Johnson

The film documents the creation of a small, closely-knit music scene in a big city, and how it all fell apart because of the usual bullshit: greed, in-fighting, and pettiness.

Cosmic Psychos: Blokes You Can Trust: DVD

By Rev. Norb

Since the ‘80s, this Aussie trio—sort of like the missing link between Cream and the Lurkers, or arguably the antipodal equivalent of the Dictators—has drunkenly thundered out jillions of slabs of ear-pulping muck, and this documentary takes you from their roots ((rural Australian teenagers who somehow get hold of punk records and then there goes the neighborhood)) to the present ((rural Australian fifty-somethings worrying about losing the family farm they’ve had for three generations)).

Tribute to Ron Asheton: Featuring Iggy & the Stooges & Special Guests: DVD

By Rev. Norb

Full disclosure: I only love about half the first Stooges album, I think Fun House pretty much sucks, and I generally find watching concert DVDs about as exciting as watching other people making out. That said, I like this DVD just fine.

Sweet Rock: The Red Weasel Story: DVD

By CT Terry

The music and movie aren’t gonna knock you on your ass, but both are charming and lovingly rendered. If you’ve seen your favorite band play in a basement, you will definitely find this story heartwarming.

Anything Boys Can Do… and Mark of the Ninja
By Kurt Morris

Some of the bands covered include Tribe 8, The Voluptuous Horror Of Karen Black, Sexpod, Thrust, and more.Anything… does a fine job at showing the various positions of women and what their views are on all sorts of female-related issues.

Twenty Feet from Stardom

By Laura Moreno

The film explores the triumphs and tragedies of the real life stories of the back up vocalists on the greatest popular hits of the ‘60s, ‘70s, and ‘80s.

Filmage: The Story of Descendents/All
By Colin Flaherty

A slick and thorough documentary about a very important band and its underappreciated brother(poor All!), Filmage does a great job in covering every musical endeavour of Bill Stevenson in all their different permutations (including his stint in Black Flag).

Cosmic Psychos: Blokes You Can Trust
Theatrical Release
By Colin Flaherty

An entertaining portrait of “Australia’s most unlikely rock and roll heroes”.

Brick and Mortar and Love
By Chris Terry

Brick and Mortar and Love follows the decline of Louisville record store ear X-tacy. In an early scene, hip-hop group Nappy Roots (perhaps the only people of color in the whole movie) performs to a small in-store crowd. It’s sad to see an independent business go, especially a beloved record store, but Brick and Mortar and Love doesn’t inspire sympathy. I was exhausted by the end, ready to hit “stop,” and move on.

Band Called Death, A
Theatrical / Streaming
By Colin Flaherty

This emotional rollercoasterdocuments the rise, fall, and rediscovery of a band of musical brothers.

What Did You Expect?: The Archers Of Loaf Live at Cat’s Cradle
By Kurt Morris

I still love the Archers Of Loaf and will listen to them regularly, but now know that should they go on tour and come to my city, I certainly have no reason to go see them. That’s not just because I’ve seen them live on DVD, but because they don’t seem to put on much of a live show.

By Keith Rosson

Apart from folks who were in the basement at the time and want to try and see if they can discern a friend, colleague, or bandmate in the dimness, I don’t think there’s any reason why someone else would ever need to watch this.

Last Shop Standing: The Rise, Fall and Rebirth of the Independent Record Shop
By Kurt Morris

Damned, The: Live Live Live in London 2002 Tiki Nightmare
By MP Johnson

There’s a guy in a monkey suit playing drums, a goofy tiki-themed volcanic backdrop, and Hawaiian dancers. The sound is great and it’s professionally shot.

Bath Salt Zombies
By MP Johnson

Within the first few minutes of this no-budget horror flick, a guy gets fucked up on bath salts and gnaws the face off of a girl who just finished doing a striptease in front of him. This is essentially the movie asking, “Are you in or out?”

Maximum Summer: The Bepstein Documentary
By Donna Ramone

Maximum Summer is about Ben Epstein, from The Max Levine Ensemble, and his ability to "fun" harder than any person alive.

Beijing Punk
By Paul J. Comeau

The Taxpayers go to Florida with The Wild!
By Matthew Hart

John Hillerman: Dat Woret: DVD

By Garrett Barnwell

German party punks John Hillerman (named after the guy who played Higgins on the ‘80s TV classic Magnum P.I.) deliver a well-packaged DVD/CD combo with an extensive booklet.

Punk Machine, The: DVD

By Garrett Barnwell

This DVD would probably appeal to fans of Citizen Fish/Subhumans as well as anyone who is interested in U.K.-based punk. After getting over my obvious disappointment in not getting an inspirational story I rather enjoyed it.

Circle Jerks: My Career as a Jerk: DVD

By Paul J. Comeau

Markey, a friend and fan of the band, has been filming them since the early ‘80s. This documentary traces their history better than anyone else could hope to do, mixing archival footage with interviews from virtually every living person whoever took the stage as a member of the band.

$5 ppd., 5½” x 8”, 56 pgs.
By Matt Average

This issue breaks away from the format of the first two and interviews a ton of bands like Coke Bust, Punch, Street Pizza, Curmudgeon, Sectarian Violence, BearTrap, and more.

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