She comes into your life and finds the details / of your past of your body / of your everyday habits / Life without this merciful presence / has no meaning anymore – and suddenly / she leaves and life has no meaning... Mourning / lasts for a while and if you survive – which you will / you start recounting again the same details. / from the past, releasing your body on another body, sharing your every day again. / You learn from this repetition ./ You learn to ignore / the certainty of your gestures. / You learn to ignore / the impressive architecture of a meaningful life.
01. Get ‘Em Up 02. Hand on the Pump 03. When The Shit Goes Down 04. How I Could Just Kill a Man 05. Latin Thugs 06. Armada Latina 07. Insane in the Brain 08. I Wanna Get High 09. Stoned Is the Way of the Walk 10. Hits From the Bong 11. Dr. Greenthumb 12. Julio G. DJ Jam Session & Eric Bobo Drum Jam Session 13. Real Estate 14. Lick a Shot 15. Rise up (with Young Dee) 16. (Rock) Superstar
A couple who stumble onto an unbelievably low priced house in Odessa, Tx. It was a story that could have been written by modern day Edgar Allen Poe, so there was eventually a price to pay.
Still Smokin' is a comprehensive collection of promos from Hip-Hop's "vatos locos", Cypress Hill, spanning the whole of their 10-year, seven-album career. Following a brace of songs recorded live at San Francisco's Fillmore Theatre, this selection settles into a tried and tested promo formula for half of its running time, using ghetto-real grainy footage of the moody trio stalking inner city streets. "When the Ship goes Down" branches out into conceptual territory with a three-minute epic concerning internecine gang warfare that breaks up the band's performance. On "Dr Greenthumb" they play on their Furry Freak Brothers of rap stereotype in the setting of a green-fingered General Hospital. "(Rock) Superstar" sees a Cypress fan winning a Willy Wonka-style ride through their Hall of Mirrors, where he is transformed into a bona fide, gold lame-wearing rock star. Set in a derelict warehouse, the hardcore romp of "Can't Get the Best of Me" is reminiscent of Fight Club's basement brawls.
Four girls go to a cabin in the woods, which is inhabited by evil. This cabin then ensnares them in a labyrinth of macabre as they must battle their way out.
Reeling from the news of his sister's suicide, Beau McCammon returns home to his family after a long absence. His father, who has just barely won another term as senator, doesn't take things well when Beau approaches him with the sinking suspicion that the suicide may have actually been a murder. Determined to solve the mystery, Beau uncovers a plethora of family secrets, deception, and implications of unspeakable political wrongdoings.
Influenced by California Pictorialist photography of the preceding decades, it was in its own day recognized as an avant-garde film, but nevertheless it secured successful commercial distribution.
Celebrating music and marijuana, the all-day Smoke Out Festival features blazing performances from a wide range of bands and musicians -- from punk rock to hip-hop -- as captured in this 2002 fifth annual concert. Circle Jerks, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Everlast and concert organizers Cypress Hill are just some of the eclectic artists included in this event's lineup. Snoop Dogg performs several of his hits, including "Murder Was the Case."
A lost teenager and solitary murderer form an unusual friendship.