Full Circle: The Birth, Death & Rebirth of Circle of Dust, out September 21st courtesy of FixT and Celldweller Productions, takes viewers on an in-depth journey into the highly influential industrial metal act Circle of Dust.
Since 1993, Cleveland, Ohio group Mushroomhead have been bringing their hybrid theatrical brand of metal to the masses, and their newest DVD release Volume III is a must-have for fans of the band and/or any general fans of horror and aggressive music.
There’s not much to say when the end credits roll on PUNK BAND, a documentary that follows punk rock group Voices Of Addiction as they implode on tour. If the film is attempting to show the futility of playing live music in today’s economy, then it is an earth-shattering success.
John Mellencamp’s DVD/CD combo release Pain Spoken, From The Chicago Theatre is a fresh and fantastic idea featuring a narrative description layered overtop of live footage of the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer performing in Chicago.
Whether your into Iron Maiden and/or Bruce Dickinson’s solo career, or a look at war-torn Sarajevo with an underlying story of how music can bridge gaps, Tarik Hodzic’s, Scream For Me Sarajevo is your jam!
Co-directed by Sally Rubin and Ashley York, Hillbilly is a documentary film that examines the enduring stereotypes that have become emblematic of the Appalachian region of the United States and its inhabitants.
Cutting-edge horror film Hereditary is a slow burn, creeping up on you in a haunting and dramatic cinematic crescendo of insanity.
If you have no interest in catching Incredibles 2 that’s out today, June 15th, then you’re a soulless, person who must hate sunshine and rainbows. Read our eight reasons why you definitely should go and see it! (and save your soul in the process).
It’s pretty apparent from the candid footage included in Out on a Limb that Steven Tyler enjoyed every moment of working with his Nashville collaborators, as much as they enjoyed the opportunity to create music with him.
This 4-disc Blu-ray reissue of the classic Hellraiser films is everything fans could want, and then some. Hard to believe the original was released back in 1987, right?
A Quiet Place is full of nail-biting, nerve-tingling tension. The perfect combo for a horror film.
By the end of the documentary each artist and the cause of their untimely death sparks an undeniable connection.
All in all, if you are a fan of Vanilla Fudge, this is a worthwhile purchase.
Tonya Harding isn't so much famous as she is infamous and I, Tonya is a biopic that's as bold and bruising as Harding herself.
Call Me By Your Name truly excels by taking a very simple concept and giving it great emotional depth.
It's no wonder Gary Oldman has already won "Best Actor" at the Golden Globes because this is a plum performance after an already storied career.
It's an emotionally-charged story that dives head first into how the band dealt with their final tour after lead singer Gord Downie was diagnosed with incurable brain cancer.
Del Toro has magnificently managed to push his signature style into new creative territory with The Shape of Water, by making a cinematic love letter to old school Hollywood and gothic romance.
It's a bittersweet swan song from a cherished Canadian band that's as iconic to us as they are respected, but a beautiful send-off nonetheless.
Inside Metal is a well-researched documentary, as it goes straight to the source to get the overall story of L.A. thrash.