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Color us all obsessed

Have you seen Color Me Obsessed?

Well, if you haven’t:

  1. Stop what you’re doing!
  2. Read this post.
  3. Click the link at story end.

The 2011 documentary by Gorman Bechard is a “different sort of rockumentary.” There’s really no music in it, and no, it doesn’t feature cheesy-ass, repurposed clips. 226 more words

Fun interview w/Gorman Bechard and Lynn Mancinelli from film BROKEN SIDE OF TIME at Vision Film Festival!

Gorman Bechard (filmmaker, writer, producer) and Lynn Mancinelli (actress/producer) at the world premiere of their film, BROKEN SIDE OF TIME at Tribeca Cinemas for Vision Fest. 130 more words

Interviews

Galactic Gigolo -1987-

Directed by Gorman Bechard. 80 mins.

 Worth my time? Yes. (Watched on DVD)

 The third entry in the Bechardography is the most farcical yet. If you hated Disconnected and Psychos in love, stop reading and do something more productive with your time. 131 more words

Psychos in Love -1987-

Directed by Gorman Bechard. 87 mins.

 Worth my time? Yes. (Watched on DVD)

 Gorman Bechard is fast becoming one of my favorite shitty directors. I wasn’t even aware of the dude until last Sunday when I was fortunate enough to see his sloppy, confusing, strangely mesmerizing debut, Disconnected. 328 more words

Movies

Unsolicited Replacements Documentary Review

Color Me Obsessed
Starring: a bunch of Replacements fans
Directed by Gorman Bechard
2012

Julien Temple’s year 2000 Sex Pistols documentary The Filth & The Fury… 411 more words

Shit That Can't Be Real Yet Somehow Is

TBTS Reviews: What Did You Expect? The Archers of Loaf Live at Cat’s Cradle

Especially since no such film was made during the band’s original run in the 90s, longtime fans would probably be satisfied with any decently made concert film from the Archers of Loaf’s 2011-12 reunion gigs. 787 more words

Music