Hellhounds on My Trail: The Afterlife of Robert Johnson
Hellhounds On My Trail is a tribute to the influence of Delta Blues legend Robert Johnson and the effect that he has had on today's music. The film was made in conjunction with the "American Masters Series" week-long tribute put on by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and chronicles the legacy of Robert Johnson through interviews and speeches by a number of musicologists and through the performances of Robert Johnson's work by a number of fairly popular contemporary artists. The film features performances from Rob Wasserman and Bob Weir from the Grateful Dead; Keb' Mo; Robert Lockwood Jr.; G Love and Special Sauce; Gov't Mule and a lot of other performers.
- Stars:Roosevelt Barnes, Rory Block, R.L. Burnside, Guy Davis, Robert Johnson, Junior Kimbrough, Robert Lockwood Jr., Keb' Mo', David A. Stewart, Rob Wasserman, Bob Weir, Chris Whitley,
- Director:Robert Mugge,
Hellhounds On My Trail is a tribute to the influence of Delta Blues legend Robert Johnson and the effect that he has had on today's music. The film was made in conjunction with the "American Masters Series" week-long tribute put on by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and chronicles the legacy of Robert Johnson through interviews and speeches by a number of musicologists and through the performances of Robert Johnson's work by a number of fairly popular contemporary artists. The film features performances from Rob Wasserman and Bob Weir from the Grateful Dead; Keb' Mo; Robert Lockwood Jr.; G Love and Special Sauce; Gov't Mule and a lot of other performers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hellhounds on My Trail: The Afterlife of Robert Johnson torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: The idea is great but they should have connected the stories or maybe excluded some of them, which were kinda boring and weird. It was great to see Havana been placed in a movie though...interesting to see some of its culture and way of life on te big screen.
(ag) wrote: This movie is a lame excuse to cash in on the success and rising popularity of MMA promotions like UFC. As a person who is training to be a mixed martial artist I found the fights to be completely unrealistic. The story is bland and with terrible dialog and horrible acting from everyone except the trained professional fighters who should not be better then the actors chosen to portray fighters, seriously. When you story revolves around the best Mixed Martial Artist in the world,fighting for to keep a hooker and win more hookers that should be the first sign that you have need to rethink your plot, did i mention that he can barely throw a realistic looking kick? For future movies in the genre i suggest if you get some of the pound for pound best fighters in the world such as Anderson Silva and George St. Pierre you do not use them to fight random bar patrons and thugs who have worse aim then an Imperial Storm Trooper after a late night drinking bender! The only points I will give this movie is that Heath Herring was surprisingly not a bad actor and there was enough boobs in the movie to keep me awake until the horrible anti-climactic ending.
(au) wrote: probably the best so far going so far as to combine the mystery with the drama. tom selleck is a walking train wreack and he plays the role of Jesse Stone without remorse. The drinking and past demons are still keeping him isolated with he's pet dog. I have really started getting into this series thanks to the Harmon & Selleck team who are getting more comfortable each year. The story takes centre stage here and its the mystery that keeps Stone going while he's past haunts him. I really enjoyed this addition to the franchise and have fears that this might be the best of the lot since night passage. the support cast is superb as always with some interesting faces showing up. Its a shame Sadler doesn't get more screen time like Pigeon who is great as suffering woman looking after her ill mother. the only flaw is the finale which in all the films involves a shootout
(fr) wrote: Very unique style of directing in a lot of the movie. I like how the fight scenes were oblivious to the rest of the people on the train and very discreet.
(br) wrote: Mike asks good questions that to be fair, show how our country does hypocritical and violent actions and choices. unfortunately, he also seems to take liberties with "truth" in a way that Rush Limb... also does. He seems to link our gun rights and "fear" as to why kids and adults kill in America. I looked at wikipedia for homicide rates by country. Yes Canada and Japan are very low. But how about Africa, Brazil, Russia, Greenland. It just appears he has an agenda and uses this emotional terrible situation to push it. My take on why these boys killed: they were sociopaths with a means. Disarm Americans to protect us from sociopaths? I vote NO.
(it) wrote: the movies ok but the main reason to watch is Jane March Omg..
(au) wrote: Jean-Pierre Bacri <3 et pas que
(jp) wrote: "A Man and a Woman" what a simple title. In my eyes this picture does not deserve to be the movie with that title. This film could be the perfect romantic movie of the century. But as all other french men, Claude Lelouch just had too follow Jean-Luc Godard. Why wreck a so lovely story? Do I have to tell you what this whole picture is about? this is the story about a young widow (Anouk Aime) of a deceased stunt man who died of an explotion on the set of a war picture. The widow later falls in love with a race car driver (Jean-Louis Trintignant). But the widow still is to much in love with her deceased husband. I love the first and the last 15 minutes of the film. But the rest, the part in the middle is just borring and daffy conversations and endless, confusing and noisy auto racing. All the confusing black and white and colour scenes just don't make sence an feels like an hour more.
(de) wrote: Horrendous film that is in no way worthy of the Hellraiser name. No redeemable value whatsoever, this looks more like a bad student film (it could be forgiven for that) but is instead a cheap attempt by the studio to keep the rights to the franchise. Worst of all, we don't even get the great Doug Bradley playing Pinhead. While it's understandable that the role will have to be recast one day, Stephen Smith-Collin is not the actor for the role. Not even worth a viewing.
(us) wrote: Best scene involves Jasper's talented handling of a baseball bat
(ru) wrote: It's pretty much the old version of American Gangster! Bad acting and the plot is bad developed.