A Band Called Death

A Band Called Death

Before Bad Brains, the Sex Pistols or even the Ramones, there was Death. Formed in the early '70s by three teenage brothers from Detroit, Death is credited as being the first black punk band, and the Hackney brothers, David, Bobby, and Dannis, are now considered pioneers in their field. But it wasn’t until recently — when a dusty 1974 demo tape made its way out of Bobby’s attic nearly 30 years after Death’s heyday — that anyone outside a small group of punk enthusiasts had even heard of them.

A documentary on the 1970s punk trio Death, and their new-found popularity decades after they disbanded. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Band Called Death torrent reviews

David J (us) wrote: Attractive leads but an even weaker plots than the first. Gives the audience what they expected though.

Marino S (ag) wrote: b-movie, bad production, fair acting - i liked everything about this movie that no one else did because it shows how anyone can make a nice movie no matter the finances. it's a nice story which anyone can relate to and this movie gets all the compliments for it's simplicity. jay brannan is horrible, what the fuck is wrong with you ppl? 0.o

Korinn G (ag) wrote: LOL! pretty good movie..

Private U (nl) wrote: One of the best movies that ever came out of the Balkans. Such a detailed portrait of the mentality and everlasting conflict based on national and religious identification. See it once, then see it again let it settle in you to invest yourself in the story of the geopolitical and socioeconomic situation on the balkans.

Ash J (br) wrote: Very strange film, but somehow hypnotic in a way. Julian Sands is awesome as well.

Tanya K (es) wrote: Ageing remains the predominant them as Search for Spock picks up right where Wrath of Khan left off ...perhaps a bit too soon after. Having Spock's re-emergence so soon weakens the effect of his incredible sacrifice and loss and one wonders what was the hurry? Still, if planet Genisis is to be taken as a metaphor, perhaps its message is that one cannot rush growing up as it's through the process of ageing that we gather the experience to learn how to deal with situations both physically and emotionally. Also still relevant is the question of mankind playing god. Are we ready to attempt recreating what's taken nature millions of years to evolve, and if not, will we ever be? It's a constant battle between man and nature with the former being caught in the latter's turbulence as the planet falls apart. It seems the harder we try to harness nature, the more this proves to be an impossible task. The in-camera effects of the planet breaking up around them are exciting and quite well done, as is the hand-to-hand scuffle between Kirk and Kruge (played by Christopher Lloyd) over molten lava (...Obi-Wan and Anakin, you were beaten to it!).

Kurt B (fr) wrote: Swashbuckling Dutch resistance fighters brought to life by the team of Verhoeven and Hauer.

Allan C (au) wrote: I have a morbid fascination with Jerry Lewis. I don't find his films all that funny, but I always find them interesting in the absctact, like I'm watching the technical way to make a comedy. Lewis was a one man show during a time when no other actor was doing so, writing, producing, directing and acting in his own film. Lewis even pioneered many filmmaking techniques he's often not given credit for. But to this film in particular, Jerry stumbles upon a treasure map from a dying man and he then becomes embroiled in a mystery and finds himself on the run from killers who also want the map. It's all very silly and Jerry gets to do different characters. The best surprise of the film was getting to see George Takei in an uncredited one-scene role. It's worth watching if you like Jerry (or are just morbidy fascinated by him like me), but others should stay away.

Mike D (ca) wrote: This movie is glorious

Kristen R (ru) wrote: very good version of Snow White, it will make you rethink the words "Fairy Tale"