A Family Underground

A Family Underground

This documentary examines the ferocious fans of the clown-rap group Insane Clown Posse, who go by the name of Juggalos and come together once a year for a raucous event called The Gathering. A FAMILY UNDERGROUND takes viewers inside this wild and surprisingly warm subculture.

Documents the 2008 Gathering of the Juggalos and focuses on the fan-base of underground hip hop label Psychopathic Records. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Family Underground torrent reviews

Sheetal A (au) wrote: love dis movie lyk nethng....!!hav watched it over 20 tyms...

Adam L (au) wrote: Notorious Chicago Bulls power forward Dennis Rodman becomes the latest media whore to parlay his pop culture persona into feature films a la shock jock Howard Stern, who last year portrayed himself in the big screen adaptation of his best selling autobiography Private Parts before returning to his full-time gig as an FCC nightmare. In "Double Team," Hong Kong director-for-hire Tsui Hark's Hollywood debut, Rodman co-stars as an arms dealer (artificially dyed hair, multiple body piercings, gaudy tattoos, and loud attire withstanding) with a cheaply penned predilection for basketball metaphors who comes to the aid of former counter terrorism expert Jean-Claude Van Damme. Given that Rodman, the self-made bad boy of the NBA, consistently made headlines for both his offensive on-court behavior as well as his puzzling antics off it at the time of the film's release it came as no surprise that few Americans were willing to pay to see Dennis Rodman portraying anyone but himself.

Christopher B (jp) wrote: A bizarre love story that works pretty well because of the talent involved. Some very strange scenes stand out and Raimi and Campbell are excellent as always.

Elise M (ru) wrote: bad movie, worse hair!

Kelly P (es) wrote: Funny, silly and entertaining. If you love baseball, you'll love this.

Richard P (es) wrote: Astonishing silent epic about the Punic Wars, much of which anticipates the Babylon sequences in Griffith's "Intolerance". The scale is enormous, but it manages not to alienate because it sticks to a fairly straightforward linear narrative that deals with characters and events on their own terms rather than trying to make them overtly conceptual and symbolic (the key word being "overtly"; this is also a film about the barbarousness of North African culture contrasted with the enlightened Roman world - but the film is almost a century old, and roughly the same thing is true of "300", vintage 2007, so I'm willing to cut it some slack). The set pieces - Hannibal crossing the Alps, the sacrifices to Moloch, the battle sequences - still hold up today, as the more static camera work lets the audience take in the scope and choreography.

Steve D (au) wrote: so much of this could have been done better. It is not the actors but the script that drags it down. Some interesting ideas that never quite make it into the great end to the series it could have been. Kris Kristofferson's lack of screen time does not help matters. If you are a blade fan though it is well worth a watch or two.

Seegars (au) wrote: People forget to give themselves over to a movie and just be lost in it for awhile. I think this movie is just a good time.Not everything that makes ot to the theater is award winning.

Jessica L (fr) wrote: I don't really know how I feel about this movie...I guess I was expecting the movie to be very different from what it actually is. I expected more female assassin stunts action...like from the movie Salt...but this movie focused more on the character development of the main lead Hanna. Slowly learning about who Hanna really is is quite interesting indeed. Overall still a great action movie.

Douglas B (nl) wrote: A fairly intelligent take on the standard rom-com formula. Surprising in places, and a few pretty good acting turns. I'd watch it again.

Panayiotis P (br) wrote: Like real life!!!Nice movie!

Mike C (ca) wrote: How would you feel if by trying to be a good guy you overbid on an alleged antique, said to belong to Elditha Teach, wife of the notorious pirate Edward Teach, affectionately known as Blackbeard (quote)? Cheesed off if you then sat on it and broke the handle even more so!What if you found her book of spells and said one? Hmmm? How about it brings the ghost of the aforementioned pirate to you? Also you have not started the first day at your new job yet either!By dint of slyness, cheating and cunning, wily old Blackbeard makes life difficult for the new college athletics coach, including getting him locked in the drunk tank! He has to fight a wily gangster who wants to open a casino on the island where the hotel is and is generally lower down than a snake's belly in a wagon rut.Expect to see a shoot out with no guns and a hair raising roulette sequence! Another good laugh live action film!