Set in London in the early 1970's, supposedly for teen thrills, Johnny organises a black magic ceremony in a desolate churchyard. The culmination of the ritual, however, is the rejuvenation of Dracula from shrivelled remains. Johnny, Dracula' s disciple, lures victims to the deserted graveyard for his master's pleasure and one of the victims delivered is Jessica Van Helsing. Descended from the Van Helsing line of vampire hunters her grandfather, equipped with all the devices to snare and destroy the Count, confronts his arch enemy in the age-old battle between good and evil.
Two teenagers from opposite sides of town, with very little in common except for their passion for music meet in 1970's Rio de Janeiro, at the height of the military dictatorship _ and of Brazil's booming underground rock scene.
Eight acclaimed filmmakers bring their unique and differing perspectives to the 1972 Summer Olympic Games held in Munich. The segments include Lelouch's take on Olympic losers and their struggle to remain dignified even in the face of bitter disappointment and defeat; Zetterling's dramatic exploration of the world of weightlifting; and Pfleghar's piece on young Russian gymnast Ludmilla Tourischev's majestic performance on the uneven bars.
During a recent remodel of The Yellow House crews discovered the remains of a little girl and a super 8 movie camera with the footage still inside. The footage has been released to the media by Summerland police with the hope that someone can solve this mystery. Police investigators confirm the film was shot by the missing couple. It is believed they were murdered by occult members. This is their footage.
Escape from Alcatraz tells the story of the only three men ever to escape from the infamous maximum security prison at Alcatraz. In 29 years, the seemingly impenetrable federal penitentiary, which housed Al Capone and "Birdman" Robert Stroud, was only broken once - by three men never heard of again.
Two-part documentary detailing the eight-game 1972 Summit Series between Team Canada and the U.S.S.R.
Volume 7: 1967–1972: Continu/ation from Pink Floyd
The vengeful Doctor rises again, seeking the Scrolls of Life in an attempt to resurrect his deceased wife.
Ivan Ladislav hides a true chamber of wonders behind the clear, mathematically abstract structure of his films and videos, meticulously compiled rhythmically frame for frame, each work likewise presenting an analysis of the film medium. Concealed therein, culled from deep in the medium’s prehistory, are hermetic parallel universes in whose number ranges and symbolic spaces, Galeta’s precisely constructed film compositions find a formalist anchor.
Grateful Dead - At Old Renaissance Faire Grounds 1972
amaeru(v). the attempt to draw close; depend; belong…’Two Japanese girls appear in the West country in a radio transmitter field above Eggardon Fort; they go to school in Lyme Regis; they live in the countryside; they sleep in the same bed; they explore the town; they separate. Amaeru.. is a dreamlike narrative of transience and separation, an ode to homesickness through place and time. Includes PJ Harvey performing a specially composed version of the Three Degrees’ When will I see you again.
Pink Floyd released their first single in 1967, and as their popularity around the world grew, they increasingly travelled outside the UK to perform live shows and make TV appearances. After The Dark Side of the Moon became a global smash, the band concentrated on the creative freedom of live performance, leaving the world of TV behind, but now, after painstaking research, tapes of those early historic appearances have been tracked down and compiled into a fascinating hour of early Pink Floyd. With front man Syd Barrett, they perform Astronomy Domine and Jugband Blues, and after Syd's departure, Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Richard Wright and Nick Mason can be seen playing a full range of their eclectic material, from out and out pop in It Would Be So Nice, through instrumental improvisations, collaboration with choir and orchestra on Atom Heart Mother and enduring rock material like Wot's...Uh The Deal.
Jennifer Juniper Catch the Wind There Is a Mountain Only the Blues Universal Soldier (Buffy Sainte-Marie cover) Sunshine Superman Mellow Yellow Josie Colours Hey Gyp (Dig the Slowness) Oh Yeah Hurdy Gurdy Man To Try for the Sun
The first part of Judit Eleks long-term documentary portraits the lives of two girls in a small Hungarian village: Marika and Ilonka. As they grow up, they have to decide between working and learning or marrying at the age of 15 and living up to their parents' expectations.
Compilation of footage from various amateur and TV sources, in wildly varying quality. More one for completists. One of a series.
A woman has a recurring dream about an ex-lover she once idolized.