Keith David

  • Ken Burns – Jazz (2001)

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    A worthy documentary on the first 60 years of jazz with an emphasis on Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong and swing.

    1. Gumbo – Beginnings to 1917
    2. The Gift 1917-1924
    3. Our Language 1924-1928
    4. The True Welcome 1929-1935
    5. Swing – Pure Pleasure 1935-1937
    6. Swing – The Velocity of Celebration 1937-1939
    7. Dedicated to Chaos 1940-1945
    8. Risk 1945-1956
    9. The Adventure 1956-1961
    10. A Masterpiece by Midnight 1961-2001Read More »

  • John Carpenter – They Live (1988)

    John Nada (Roddy Piper) is a quiet loner, a drifter who gets work where ever he can find it. While working on a construction site in L.A. and sleeping in a vagrant community at night, John stumbles upon a secret society of alien beings who pose as wealthy and powerful people in human society. John joins a rebel group commited to exposing this conspiracy, and becomes their reluctant leader and the only hope of the human race. Former wrestler Rowdy Roddy Piper is outstanding as the unassuming hero, playing the role with understated shock at what he uncovers and stubborn courage when he confronts it.Read More »

  • Ken Burns & Lynn Novick – The War (2007)

    THE WAR, a seven-part documentary series directed and produced by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, explores the history and horror of the Second World War from an American perspective by following the fortunes of so-called ordinary men and women who became caught up in one of the greatest cataclysms in human history.Read More »

  • John Carpenter – The Thing [+Extras] (1982)

    Based on both the short story by John W. Campbell, Jr. and the 1951 film produced by Howard Hawks, THE THING is John Carpenter’s stunning masterpiece of horror. A group of weary scientists enduring the winter in an isolated camp deep in Antarctica chance upon an alien spacecraft buried in the ice. Near the strange craft is the body of an alien being, frozen solid. Thinking they have made the find of a lifetime, the scientists bring the alien body back to camp and thaw it out. The alien awakens, not in the best of moods, and proceeds to take over the identities of the scientists, one by one, body and all. Helicopter pilot MacCready (Kurt Russell) must lead the surviving men in discovering who among them is human and who is not and how they can destroy “the thing” before it takes them all and moves on to the heavily populated mainland and the rest of humanity.Read More »

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