I’ve extracted these three old SBR video’s from Jonny L’s youtube and uploaded to the Unknown Parasites vimeo page!!! These were all filmed by me at a time when i didn’t have the resources to do the editing so I used to fill copious amounts of Mini DV tapes and give them to Jonny to edit. Can’t believe some of the earlier stuff is 10 years old… After rewatching these visual memory’s it reminds me why i still love getting out and about filming and riding….. GOOD TIMES! Unknown Parasites Volume 4 in the works!!!!
Don’t let this beast lay dormant….. Press play and set it FREE
The intro to this ROOFIO CLASSIC reminded me of the intro to the Joey Piazza Neglected Neighborhoods video that dropped a few months back. Get involved in BOTH!!!!!
Documentation of mid century concrete structure, pattern and tiled mosaic work. Crushing Strength touches upon the late 1950′s ambitious architectural vision for the Northeast, obsession with space travel and finding escapism through our architectural surroundings.
Tony Hawk’s son is a long haired street assassin!!!!!
Florinda Bolkan plays the daughter of a prominant English politician who keeps having recurring “nightmares” in which she makes love to a bisexual nympho who lives downstairs and conducts all-night LSD orgies. When the nocturnal wet dreams become murderous, the neighbor turns up dead, and Florinda is the main suspect. Did she actually commit the murder she dreamt about? Is she being framed by her philandering husband? Did Florinda actually make nightly visits downstairs aside from borrowing the occasional cup of sugar? How DID Florinda’s letter opener end up stuck in the dead neighbor’s chest anyway? The complex plot unfolds amidst red herrings, outlandish dream sequences, lesbian hanky panky, and ominous close-ups of Florinda Bolkan’s guilt-ridden facial expressions every time someone mentions the murder.
The scene in which Carol encounters the disemboweled dogs in the clinic became quite controversial because of the startlingly realistic (and graphic) appearance of the fake prop dogs. Director Lucio Fulci was nearly sent to prison because it was believed that the dogs were real and Fulci had allowed animal cruelty on the film. However crew members were able to testify in court that the “dogs” were indeed fake and no animals had ever been harmed. Special effects artist Carlo Rambaldi even presented the dog props in court to convince the jury. This was the first time that an effects artist had to testify in court that their work was fake.
Cookie & Addy Snowdown’s split part from the DUB Homegrown dvd