Movies on the Big Screen as They Were Meant To Be Seen.
Dir: Mark L. Lester
Rich girl Terri (Linda Blair) runs away from home to pal around with fun-loving roller skaters on the Venice boardwalk. When the local rink is threatened by a nefarious developer, the kids have to band together to stop him from turning their pleasure palace into a shopping mall. Mark L. Lester, who later solidified his audience-pleasing credentials with COMMANDO and FIRESTARTER, directed this rousing piece of pop entertainment.
This never-before-seen concert movie captures the world famous band at the height of their musical career. Shot on 16mm at Fort Worth, Texas in 1978, the film has been upgraded to high definition with a 5.1 audio track. It opens with Sir Mick Jagger being interviewed in August 2011, during which he introduces the concert and offers insight into its significance in the band’s history.
THE ROLLING STONES: CHARLIE IS MY DARLING, IRELAND 1965
In 1965, Rolling Stones svengali Andrew Loog Oldham asked filmmaker Peter Whitehead to accompany them on a quick tour of Ireland. Whitehead was astonished, not only by the incredible power of the Stones' performances but by the raw energy of the crowds of young people that rushed them everywhere. This behind-the-scenes diary of the early Stones has never been seen, with a painstaking restoration of over 90,000 frames of optical screen prints and negative that go back to the original sound tapes and 3-track live recordings. Included are electrifying performances of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," "The Last Time" and "Time Is On My Side."