Sunday Matinee: The Lost Footage of Leah Sullivan [Film]

 

“A young journalism student decides to return to her hometown to investigate a brutal murder that took place 30 years prior. Without much hope of finding any real answers, she interviews a series of local characters, all of whom leave their own bewildering take on the legendary Mulcahy Murders in her student film. As the facts unravel, she begins to realize that this cold case murder, may not be so cold after all. Along with the help of the handsome deputy police officer, Patrick Rooke, she begins to uncover the horrifying truth of what really happened that night thirty years ago. As she gets closer to discovering the truth, she edges even closer to her own demise. Will her blind ambition overtake her desire to survive?” – October Coast PR

 

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Based on the love we have shown a film like The Blair Witch Project, having interviewed both of the film’s creators, it will probably not surprised regular TWS readers to know that we LOVE found footage films. Of course, in this day and age of the internet, we may not be as surprised by them, but when done right, they can still be extremely entertaining and shock you to your core. And Folks, I am here to say that The Lost Footage of Leah Sullivan does just that! It’s a wonderful crafted suspense thriller that leaves you guessing right until the very end, even if you feel as though the outcome is obvious, based around the genre of the film. This is the sign of a wonderful script being brought to the world by a team of extremely talented individuals, which includes the incredible team that both wrote, directed, shot, and starred in the film, Anna Stromberg and Burt Grinstead. And Folks, I have to say that we have a real Cacciola/Epstein situation on our hands with this wonderful pair. For newcomer’s to the site, this is a compliment. For regular readers, you already know what I mean. The Lost Footage of Leah Sullivan is an absolute delight, and can not come recommended highly enough.

 

 

It comes with some level of guilt or shame that I admit that this is my first experience watching the work of Anna Stromberg, who plays the titular character of Leah Sullivan. But, I can assure you that it will not be the last. And I guess we all have to learn about a brilliant talent at some point, right? I was immediately captivated by Stromberg in this film and had a great feeling going right into that I was bound to have a pleasant experience. The entire cast was also great, including the film’s co-writer & director Grinstead who was, to use an old-timey description, charming as fuck. But, it in the end, Stromberg carries the film with a smattering of charisma and extreme talent that is not to be missed.

Whether you would consider yourself a fan of the found footage genre or not, The Lost Footage of Leah Sullivan is a film that you are sure to love from start to finish. The suspense builds, there is even a few laughs to be had. Seriously Folks, this has EVERYTHING, and you should definitely check it out! Enjoy!

The Lost Footage of Leah Sullivan premiered on December 11th. Further dates for winter theatrical releases & VOD release will be announced soon.

 

Saturday Special: Red Handed [Film]

 

“When their father is murdered, three brothers descend upon an Oregon mountain river to spread his ashes. After they arrive, one of their children goes missing. One of the brothers was himself abducted 30 years ago when they visited this same river, but he has blocked the incident out of his mind. Only by unlocking the mysteries inside his subconscious, will they be able find the child and return him to safety.” – October Coast PR

 

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Hello Folks! With the holiday season upon us, we here at Trainwreck’d Society thought it would be a wonderful time to attempt to get you all to scare the shit out of yourselves one last weekend before we get all mushy and thankful to be around those we love. And what better way to do that than with a good old fashion child abduction story involving supernatural and occult like reasons? For this admittedly very specific purpose, you can not go wrong with Red Handed. But I will admit, as a film in general, this is a true delight!

Based around a script written by Frank Peluso, also the film’s director, Red Handed is a suspense thriller that hangs on to that “what the hell is happening?” vibe for 90 minutes before relieving you of such anxiety. Which is exactly what a good psychological thriller should attempt to pull off, one would assume. And I am here to proclaim that this film packs it all in a brilliant fashion. Red Handed is one of those films that lets you believe that you understand what is happening throughout its entirety, and then when the conclusion is gifted to you, there is no way you could have foreseen it from the beginning. Wonderfully written, a visible delight, this a thrill ride that is not to be missed. Plus, as we have stated on this very site before, any time you throw children into the mix of any kind of horror element, the scares are going to be even more intense that you could have imagined.

 

 

As far as performances go, there will be no surprise that powerhouse actors like Michael Madsen and Michael Biehn give incredible performances. But the main cast of Red Handed is a pretty stacked group as well. Christian Madsen gives an absolutely career-defining performances, especially in the very real and visceral moments of screen time he shares with his father. But when it comes to the world of suspense and horror, we must always tip our proverbial hats the the women of this world. Kenzi Dalton and Hunter Daily give the performances on both sides of the film’s internal warfare, and are the first two to come to mind, although there wasn’t a bad performances to be seen in this film if I am truly being honest.

Wonderfully told, visually stimulating, and brilliantly acted, what more could you ask for from a suspense thriller that takes the idea of child abduction and cranks that shit up to 11 and will truly leave you in awe? Go see it Folks! Prepare to be scared by something other than your racist uncle who “just can’t help himself”, even on Christmas Eve. Enjoy!

 

Red Handed is available now on digital and DVD from High Octane Pictures NOW!

 

Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 50 Films of 2019 Part 2: 25 – 1 [Exclusive]

 

25. SWORD OF TRUST

DIRECTED BY LYNN SHELTON

WRITTEN BY LYNN SHELTON

STARRING MARC MARON, JILLIAN BELL, MICHAELA WATKINS

 

24. WEST OF SUNSHINE

DIRECTED BY JASON RAFTOPOULOS

WRITTEN BY JASON RAFTOPOULOS

STARRING DAMIAN HILL, TY PERHAM, ELIZA D’SOUZA

 

23. EMPATHY INC.

DIRECTED BY YEDIDYA GORSETMAN

WRITTEN BY MARK LEIDNER

STARRING ZACK ROBIDAS, KATHY SEARLE, ERIC BERRYMAN

 

22. THE BASTARD’S FIG TREE

DIRECTED BY ANA MURUGARREN

WRITTEN BY ANA MURUGARREN & RAMIRO PINILLA

STARRING KARRA ELEJALDE, PEPA ANIORTE, CARLOS ARECES

 

21. EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

DIRECTED BY JAY LOWL

WRITTEN BY BOB SAENZ

STARRING COLIN FORD, BOBBY LEE, ANGELA KINSEY

 

20. ROBBERY

DIRECTED BY COREY STANTON

WRITTEN BY COREY STANTON

STARRING JEREMY FERDMAN, ART HINDLE, SERA-LYS MCARTHUR

 

 

19. WALLFLOWER

DIRECTED BY JAGGER GRAVNING

WRITTEN BY JAGGER GRAVNING & JOHN W. COMERFORD

STARRING DAVID CALL, ATSUKO OKATSUKA, CEQUOIA JOHNSON

 

18. UNDER THE SILVER LAKE

DIRECTED BY DAVID ROBERT MITCHELL

WRITTEN BY DAVID ROBERT MITCHELL

STARRING ANDREW GARFIELD, RIKI LINDHOME, WENDY VANDEN HEUUEL

 

17. ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD

DIRECTED BY QUENTIN TARANTINO

WRITTEN BY QUENTIN TARANTINO

STARRING BRAD PITT, LEONARDO DICAPRIO, RACHEL REDLEAF

 

16. SUCH A FUNNY LIFE

DIRECTED BY OLIVER MANN

WRITTEN BY OLIVER MANN

STARRING GREGORY MCGOVERN, GONZALO TRIQUEROS, NATASHA STRANG

 

15. PICK IT UP! – SKA IN THE 90’S

DIRECTED BY TAYLOR MORDEN

WRITTEN BY HEATHER AUGUSTYN

STARRING TIM ARMSTRONG, ALEX DESERT, AARON BARRETT

 

14. BLOODY MARIE

DIRECTED BY LENNERT HILLEGE & GUIDO VAN DRIEL

WRITTEN BY LENNERT HILLEGE & GUIDO VAN DRIEL

STARRING SUSANNE WOLFF, DENNIS RUDGE, TEUN LUIJKX

 

13. THE LAST BLACK MAN IN SAN FRANCISCO

DIRECTED BY JOE TALBOT

WRITTEN BY JOE TALBOT, JIMMIE FAILS, & ROB RICHERT

STARRING JIMMIE FAILS, JONATHAN MAJORS, DANNY GLOVER

12. STUCK

DIRECTED BY MICHAEL BERRY

WRITTEN BY MICHAEL BERRY & RILEY THOMAS

STARRING GIANCARLO ESPOSITO, ASHANTI, ARDEN CHO

 

11. ROOM FOR RENT

DIRECTED BY TOMMY STOVALL

WRITTEN TO STUART FLACK

STARRING LIN SHAYE, OLIVER RAYON, LINDA CUSHMA

 

10. STOKE

DIRECTED BY ZOE EISENBERG & PHILLIPS PAYSON

WRITTEN BY ZOE EISENBERG & PHILLIPS PAYSON

STARRING CAITLIN HOLCOMBE, KAUHANNE LOPES, RANDALL GALIUS JR.

 

9. LUZ

DIRECTED BY TILMAN SINGER

WRITTEN BY TILMAN SINGER

STARRING LUANA VELIS, JOHANNES BENECKE, JAN BLUTHARDT

 

8. STATES

DIRECTED BY ZACH GAYNE

WRITTEN BY ZACH GAYNE

STARRING JEREMY O. HARRIS, ALEX ESSOE, AYAKA KINUGAWA

 

7. JUST SAY GOODBYE

DIRECTED BY MATT WALTING

WRITTEN BY LAYLA O’SHEA

STARRING KATERINA EICHENBERGER, MAX MACKENZIE, WILLIAM GALATIS

 

6. PRINCESS OF THE ROW

DIRECTED BY MAX CARLSON

WRITTEN BY MAX CARLSON & A. SHAWN AUSTIN

STARRING TAYLOR BUCK, EDI GATHEGI, MARTIN SHEEN

 

5. AT THE END OF THE DAY

DIRECTED BY KEVIN O’BRIEN

WRITTEN BY KEVIN O’BRIEN & PHIL GRIMES

STARRING STEPHEN SHANE MARTIN, BETTY

4. RELISH

DIRECTED BY JUSTIN WARD

WRITTEN BY JUSTIN WARD

STARRING TYLER DICHIARA, HANA HAYES, CHELSEA ZHANG

 

3. BARBIE’S KENNY

DIRECTED BY ZACHARY RAY SHERMAN

WRITTEN BY ZACHARY RAY SHERMAN

STARRING ZACHARY RAY SHERMAN, BIANCA LEMAIRE, SHAWN HAWKINS

 

2. WADE IN THE WATER

DIRECTED BY MARK WILSON

WRITTEN BY CHRIS RETTS

STARRING DANIKA GOLOMBEK, TOM E. NICHOLSON, SAMUEL WHITEHILL

 

1. CUCK

DIRECTED BY ROB LAMBERT

WRITTEN BY ROB LAMBERT

STARRING ZACHARY RAY SHERMAN, MONIQUE PARENT, TIMOTHY V. MURPHY

Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 50 Films of 2019 Part 1: 50 – 26 [Exclusive]

 

50. TALL GIRL

DIRECTED BY NZINGHA STEWART

WRITTEN BY SAM WOLFSON

STARRING AVA MICHELLE, ANGELA KINSEY, CANDI BROOKS

 

49. SURVIVING CONFESSION

DIRECTED BY MATTHEW TIBBEMANN

WRITTEN BY NATHAAN SHANE MILLER

STARRING JESSICA LYNN PARSONS, CLAYTON NEMROW, KEN GAMBLE

 

48. POWER OF GRAY SKULL: THE DEFINITIVE HISTORY OF HE-MAN AND THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE

DIRECTED BY RANDALL LOBB & ROBERT MCCALLUM

WRITTEN BY RANDALL LOBB & ROBERT MCCALLUM

STARRING DOLPH LUNDGREN, JOHN ATRIN, LARRY HOUSTON

 

47. AMERICAN KILLING

DIRECTED BY MATTHEW D. WARD

WRITTEN BY MATTHEW D. WARD

STARRING TREVOR PETERSON, PERSIA WHITE, CAITLIN GERARD

 

46. SUMMER ‘03

DIRECTED BY BECCA GLEASON

WRITTEN BY BECCA GLEASON

STARRING JOEY KING, PAUL SCHEER, JUNE SQUIBB

 

45. LONG LOST

DIRECTED BY ERIK BLOOMQUIST

WRITTEN BY ERIK BLOOMQUIST, CARSON BLOOMQUIST, & ADAM WEPPLER

STARRING ADAM WEPPLER, CATHERINE CORCORAN, NICHOLAS TUCCI

 

44. PADDLETON

DIRECTED BY ALEX LEHMANN

WRITTEN BY ALEX LEHMANN & MARK DUPLASS

STARRING MARK DUPLASS, RAY ROMANO, DENDRIE TAYLOR

 

43. THE HOUSE OF VIOLENT DESIRE

DIRECTED BY CHARLIE STEEDS

WRITTEN BY CHARLIE STEEDS

STARRING ROWEN A. BENTLEY, KATE DAVIS-SPEAK, CARL ANDERSSON

 

42. ETERNAL CODE

DIRECTED BY HARLEY WALLEN

WRITTEN BY HARLEY WALLEN

STARRING RICHARD TYSON, SCOUT TAYLOR-COMPTON, VAN BIRCH

 

41. SILENCIO

DIRECTED BY LORENA VILLARREAL

WRITTEN BY LORENA VILLARREAL

STARRING MELINA MATTHEWS, LUCY PAEZ, MAARTEN DANNENBERG

 

40. HELLMINGTON

DIRECTED BY JUSTIN HEWITT-DRAKULIC & ALEX LEE WILLIAMS

WRITTEN BY JUSTIN HEWITT-DRAKULIC & ALEX LEE WILLIAMS

STARRING NICOLE CORREIA-DAMUDE, MICHAEL IRONSIDE, MONICA PARKER

 

39. BRITTANY RUNS A MARATHON

DIRECTED BY PAUL DOWNS CALAIZZO

WRITTEN BY PAUL DOWNS CALAIZZO

STARRING JILLIAN BELL, LIL REL HOWERY, UTKARSH AMBUDKAR

 

38. THE LAVENDER SCARE

DIRECTED BY JOSH HOWARD

WRITTEN BY JOSH HOWARD

STARRING GLENN CLOSE, DAVID HYDE PIERCE, DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER

 

37. ZILLA & ZOE

DIRECTED BY JESSICA SCALISE

WRITTEN BY JESSICA SCALISE

STARRING GREG JAMES, AIDA VALENTINE, SAM KAMERMAN

 

36. SEEDS

DIRECTED BY OWEN LONG

WRITTEN BY OWEN LONG & STEVEN WEISMAN

STARRING TREVOR LONG, ANOREA CHEN, SHANNON HARTMAN

 

35. THE DIRT

DIRECTED BY JEFF TREMAINE

WRITTEN BY AMANDA ADELSON & RICH WILKES

STARRING MACHINE GUN KELLY, JOE CHREST, DOUGLAS BOOTH

 

34. INCREDIBLE VIOLENCE

DIRECTED BY G. PATRICK CONDON

WRITTEN BY G. PATRICK CONDON & ROSS MOORE

STARRING STEPHEN OATES, M.J. KEHLER, ERIN MICK

 

33. BETWEEN TWO FERNS: THE MOVIE

DIRECTED BY SCOTT AUKERMAN

WRITTEN BY SCOTT AUKERMAN & ZACH GALIFINAKIS

STARRING ZACH GALIFINAKIS, MARY HOLLAND, LAUREN LAPKUS

 

32. ONLY HUMANS

DIRECTED BY VANESSA KNUTSEN

WRITTEN BY VANESSA KNUTSEN & MEGAN GREEN

STARRING PER GILPIN, IVY MATHESON, MARIA RUSSELL

 

31. MAKING WAVES: THE ART OF CINEMATIC SOUND

DIRECTED BY MIKE COSTIN

WRITTEN BY BOBETTE BUSTER

STARRING DAVID LYNCH, GWENDOLYN YATES WHITTLE, SOFIA COPPOLA

 

30. DOLEMITE IS MY NAME

DIRECTED BY CRAIG BREWER

WRITTEN BY SCOTT ALEXANDER & LARRY KARASZEWSKI

STARRING EDDIE MURPHY, CRAIG ROBINSON, LUENELL

 

29. REPLACE

DIRECTED BY NORBERT KEIL

WRITTEN BY NORBERT KEIL, RICHARD STANLEY, & SCARLETT KARASZEWSKI

STARRING REBECCA FORSYTHE, BARBARA CRAMPTON, SEAN KNOPP

 

28. WHAT DEATH LEAVES BEHIND

DIRECTED BY SCOTT A. HAMILTON

WRITTEN BY CHAD MORTON, SCOTT A. HAMILTON, RACHEL K. OFORI, & NICO GIAMDIETRO

STARRING VINCENT NOAH, ERIN O’BRIEN, JOHNNY ALONSO

 

27. CROWN & ANCHOR

DIRECTED BY ANDREW ROWE

WRITTEN BY ANDREW ROWE, MICHAEL ROWE, & MATT WELLS

STARRING MICHAEL ROWE, MATT WELLS, NATALIE BROWN

 

26. DANGER GOD: THE LIVES AND LOVE OF A HOLLYWOOD STUNTMAN

DIRECTED BY JOE O’CONNELL

WRITTEN BY JOE O’CONNELL

STARRING, GARY KENT, BOB IVY, TOMI BARRETT

Trainwreck Society’s Top 50 Albums of 2019 Part 2: 25 – 1 [Exclusive]

 

Hello Folks! And welcome to 2019’s Top 50 Albums of 2019. That’s right Folks, we’ve pushed it to 50 this year! Although it may not have seemed like it concerning actual posts about the world of music, please know that attempts were made, and a lot of amazing songs were heard, and as excited as we were about sharing our Top 100 Songs of the year, we are even more excited to share our favorite albums of the year.

As per usual, we have a wonderful variety of genres and artists to share with you all. From indie darlings to mainstream masterminds, there is something here for everyone. We revisit the work of some old friends who have made the lists in the past, and welcome some new friends to the mix. It is a truly eclectic look at what the world of music, if we are allowed to brag on ourselves for a moment. So without further babbling, please enjoy Day 2 of our Top 50 Albums of 2019!

 

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25. SADISTIK – HAUNTED GARDENS

 

24. LEWIS CAPALDI – DEVINELY UNINSPIRED TO A HELLISH EXTENT

 

23. JOSEPH – GOOD LUCK KID

 

22. TACOCAT – THIS MESS IS A PLACE

 

21. RICHARD JAMES SIMPSON – DEEP DREAM

 

20. LIZZO – CUZ I LOVE YOU

 

19. DIME BOX BAND – HAPPY

 

18. JOSEPH DEMAREE – BEAUTIFUL WORDS

 

17. SAMANTHA SIDLEY – INTERIOR PERSON

 

16. THE HEAD AND THE HEART – LIVING MIRAGE

 

15. POST MALONE – HOLLYWOOD’S BLEEDING

 

14. THE TENTH – DUNES

 

13. CROOKED GHOST – BLANK IRIS

 

12. SMOOTH HOUND SMITH – DOG IN A MANGER

 

11. Y LA BAMBA – ENTRE LOS DOS

 

10. LOTTE KESTNER – REMIXES

 

9. YOUNG ELK – FALSE PARADISE

 

8. CESCHI – SANS SOLEIL

 

7. JASON DEVORE – CONVICTION, VOL III: THE ROAD TO CLARITY

 

6. GREG FELDEN – MADE OF STRINGS

 

5. THE CERNEY BROTHERS – LOOKING FOR THE GOOD LAND

 

4. THE BLACKTONES – COBAIN & CORNBREAD

 

3. SHANE ALEXANDER – A LIFE LIKE OURS

 

2. TOM SPEIGHT – COLLIDE

 

1. FENCES – FAILURE SCULPTURES

Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 50 Albums of 2019 Part 1: 50 – 26 [Exclusive]

 

Hello Folks! And welcome to 2019’s Top 50 Albums of 2019. That’s right Folks, we’ve pushed it to 50 this year! Although it may not have seemed like it concerning actual posts about the world of music, please know that attempts were made, and a lot of amazing songs were heard, and as excited as we were about sharing our Top 100 Songs of the year, we are even more excited to share our favorite albums of the year.

As per usual, we have a wonderful variety of genres and artists to share with you all. From indie darlings to mainstream masterminds, there is something here for everyone. We revisit the work of some old friends who have made the lists in the past, and welcome some new friends to the mix. It is a truly eclectic look at what the world of music, if we are allowed to brag on ourselves for a moment. So without further babbling, please enjoy Day 1 of our Top 50 Albums of 2019!

 

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50. COLLECTIVE SOUL – BLOOD

 

49. PASSENGER – SOMETIMES IT’S SOMETHING

 

48. TOOL – INOCULUM

 

47. ED SHEERAN – NO. 6 COLLABORATIONS

 

46. REUNIONS – WINTER HEART, SUMMER SKIN

 

45. OF MONSTERS AND MEN – FEVER DREAM

 

44. DRAKE – CARE PACKAGE

 

43. WILLIE NELSON – RIDE ME BACK HOME

 

42. SEGO – SEGO SUCKS

 

41. NORMAN – BUZZ & FADE

 

40. WHITE REAPER – YOU DESERVE LOVE

 

39. DAVID J – MISSIVE TO AN ANGEL FROM THE HALLS OF INFAMY AND ALLURE

 

38. BON IVER – i,i

 

37. LOGIC – CONFESSIONS OF A DANGEROUS MIND

 

36. THE SAM CHASE & THE UNTRADITIONALS – THE LAST RITES OF DALLAS PISTOL

 

35. BELLE & SEBASTIAN – DAYS OF THE BAGNOLD SUMMER

 

34. THE STORY CHANGES – TO HELL WITH THIS DELICATE EQUATION

 

33. NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS – GHOSTEEN

 

32. THE CRANBERRIES – IN THE END

 

31. AARON SEMAR – CAPE DISAPPOINTMENT

 

30. SHREDDERS – GREAT HITS

 

29. THE LUMINEERS – III

 

28. ELECTRIC NEEDLE ROOM – JUST KIDDING AROUND

 

27. ATMOSPHERE – WHENEVER

 

26. COFFIN ROT – A MONUMENT TO THE DEAD

Sunday Matinee: Pick It Up! Ska in the 90’s [Film]

 

“A “love letter” to third-wave ska, the film delves deep into how the genre of ska evolved from its original Jamaican form, through British “two-tone” in the 80s, into an entirely new global sensation in the 90’s, when it became wildly popular for an all too brief moment in music history; From the early years of bands like No Doubt, Fishbone, The Toasters, Let’s Go Bowling and Skankin’ Pickle, to the massive radio success of The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Reel Big Fish, and Save Ferris.” – Earshot Media

 

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Rarely do I get press release passing through my inbox that makes me stop and think: “Well, this was tailor made for me”. Well Folks, I am here to say with absolute pride that it has most definitely happened! Our dear friend Taylor Morden’s incredible documentary, Pick It Up! – Ska in the 90’s, has FINALLY arrived! And as I said before, I relate to the stories told within this film so damn much that it truly does feel tailor made (or Taylor made, if you will…..I’ll see myself out).

Of course, being a man of a certain age, I was very into what is known as Third Wave Ska. One of my fondest memories of being a teenager during this time period was watching Reel Big Fish absolutely slay an audience at a live show in Spokane, Washington, just over 20 years ago. I’ve seen a lot of live music since that day, but the joy and happiness that Aaron Barrett brought to that theater that night still ranks pretty high on my list of absolutely perfect moments. 14 year old Ron was skanking away like he was never going to die. If only we could have bottled the positivity that this music provided at this time in history, we may have been able to save the polar bears from extinction.

 

 

And beyond my own bias opinion about the genre of music being showcased, Pick It Up! Is simply a brilliantly executed documentary. It dives deep into the history, fame, and longevity (yes, it still knocks all over the glove, despite what you may think) of this beloved genre of music. And it has EVERYONE you need to have explain what this time was like within its 100 minutes of footage. With narration by Tim Armstrong from Rancid, and featuring guests from bands like No Doubt, Reel Big Fish, The Aquabats, The Hepcats (who we reviewed mere months ago!), Goldfinger, and just SO many more! You’ll hear about the trials and triumphs of one of the most positive art forms the world as ever known in this incredible documentary.

So Folks, let yourself live a little! The world is going to shit at such an ever so steady pace. So take a moment to chill out, and feel good, if not just for a 100 minutes. We may only have 120 of them left, so let’s enjoy as much of it as we can. Watch Pick It Up! – Ska in the 90’s, and think back to a time when all was seemingly well. Enjoy!

 

Pick It Up! – Ska in the 90’s is available now on Blu-Ray & DVD, as well as Amazon Prime. For more information about the film, visit skamovie.com

 

Also stay tuned for these upcoming screenings:

Ska Parade 30th Anniversary Tour (1/18-2/1)

JAN 18 Twilight Cafe and Bar- Portland, OR

JAN 19 924 Gilman- Berkeley, CA

JAN 20 Holy Diver- Sa2cramento, CA

JAN 21 Thee Parkside- San Francisco, CA

JAN 22 Fulton 55- Fresno, CA

JAN 23 The Siren- Morro Bay, CA

JAN 24 Chain Reaction- Anaheim, CA

JAN 25 Pub Rock Live- Scottsdale, AZ

JAN 30 The Bluebird Theater- Denver, CO

FEB 1 Backstage Bar & Billiards- Las Vegas, NV