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All posts tagged "Devo"
“The Men Who Make the Music: Devo”: The Akron, Ohio band take on Big Entertainment in this quirky late ’70s film
The Men Who Make the Music: Devo — now streaming on Night Flight Plus — combines raucous live concert footage of the band (shot in October 1978 at the Starwood club in West Hollywood, CA, as well...
- Posted December 2, 2016
War and Punk: Behind the lines at the ’80s music doc “Urgh!”
The 1982 punk/new wave rockumentary Urgh! A Music War was one of the most popular “Night Flight” attractions. I had the mixed blessing of attending the two major Los Angeles concerts that were featured in the film,...
- Posted March 31, 2016
“Hardcore Devo Live!”: “Raw and unfiltered, with no commercial intent”
“No matter how messy, beginnings are exciting, especially when what happens next endures the test of time.” So begins the narration accompanying this trailer for Devo Hardcore Live!, now available on Night Flight Plus!. Hardcore Devo Live!...
- Posted March 20, 2016
“The Elvira Show”: The Mistress of the Dark’s failed 1993 CBS sitcom promised big tit schtick and a few magic tricks
In the early 90s, actress Cassandra Peterson — better known as Elvira, Mistress of the Dark — was approached by CBS Television execs who wanted her to develop a weekly sitcom, “The Elvira Show,” based on the...
- Posted March 17, 2016
“Human Highway”: Bernard Shakey’s 1982 post-apocalyptic radioactive musical comedy
In his 2012 autobiography, Waging Heavy Peace: A Hippie Dream, Neil Young writes that his 1982 post-apocalyptic radioactive musical comedy Human Highway — a newly restored “director’s cut” screens on Thursday, June 18th, at the Vista Theatre,...
- Posted June 16, 2015
Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh And Jerry Casale Remember The Kent State Massacre
Manson is a studio based in Barcelona that involves a diverse group of artists who work together in a range of different media, involving live-action video or animation but knowing no boundaries. In this recent biographic animation...
- Posted May 4, 2015
David Lynch Thanks The Nuart Theatre For Supporting “Eraserhead”
Several years after David Lynch’s 1977 film Eraserhead had become a Midnight Movie sensation, screening on Fridays at the Nuart Theatre on Santa Monica Boulevard, in Los Angeles, Lynch appeared in this theatrical short — produced by...
- Posted April 18, 2015
“Murder, Mystery & Mayhem”: A 1981 Landmark Theatre Short Starring Peter Ivers
“There are thousands of tales of film exhibition in Los Angeles,” director Douglas Brian Martin tells us in his recollection about this short noir trailer he directed in 1981. “This is one of them.” Doug Martin: “I...
- Posted April 15, 2015