Tsurisaki Kiyotaka, the infamous Japanese death photographer and director of "Orozco the Embalmer" picks up his video camera and heads into the depths of Hell yet again. "Junk Films" is a collection of short shockumentaries filmed between the late 1990's and early 2000's, with footage including everything from disemboweled auto accident victims in Krung Thep, to the self mutilating participants of the Vegetarian Festival in Phuket, and even footage of festering corpses in a Bogota landfill."Junk Films: The Collected Short Shockumentaries of Tsurisaki Kiyotaka" presents death with a sense of rawness and voyeurism. An unflinching look at the gruesome aftermath of combat, disasters, and accidents, this is like no other shockumentary you've ever seen.
Louis Jordan and His Tympany Band - Swing Era: Films and Soundies (2003) DVD5 | VIDEO_TS | MPEG-2 Video, PAL 4:3 (720x576), 25fps, 5514kbps | LPCM, 2.0 | 90min | 3850Mb Jazz | Idem Home Video IDVD1024 | rel: 2003 | covers
One of the chief progenitors of the R and B idiom and a pioneer of the small combo 'jump' blues style so popular during the Forties, vocalist and altoman Louis Jordan (1908-1975) is justly remembered as a performer who defined an era. An effervescent saxophonist and an enthusiastic singer with a very personal jive-loaded sense of humor, the irrepressible Jordan enjoyed a sensational string of hits while fronting his rock-solid Tympany Five band from the war years onwards to the early Fifties.
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