In movies like “The Man Who Fell to Earth,” “Just A Gigolo” and “The Hunger,” David Bowie experimented with different aspects of his undeniable sex appeal.
Toto has indeed made 40 trips around the sun, and the band is getting a kind of love that sometimes eluded it earlier in its career.
From fronting the Runaways to navigating Grunge, Joan Jett is a worthy muse for a documentary because she’s always had “one foot in the gutter and one foot in possible stardom.”
Mosh pits, heroin and performances in a church… just a few of the truly punk moments captured in these raw documentaries. From Dee Dee Ramone’s last days, to the revolving lineup of Circle Jerks, to the protest-art of Pussy Riot, prepare to start pogo’ing.
Nearly a half-century after Woodstock, we take a look at other artists of the era (Peter Max, The Beatles) and how the festival continues to impact American culture.