10 Year of Revolutionary Rock & Roll
Banned in London, busted in Milwaukee, the legendary Wendy O. Williams and the Plasmatics caused a seismic cultural shock still felt today. They pioneered the Mohawk, the fusing of punk and metal and did shows including the blowing up of cars yet to be matched. Labeled 'the greatest punk band in the world' by Tom Snyder on his 1981 TV show, by 1982 their next album was hailed by the LA Times as the best heavy metal since AC/DC. This 2 hour 'rock documentary', much never before released spans the full 10 jaw-dropping years, the arrests, triumphs and challenges, interviews with critics, band and crew members plus over an hour of bonus footage that could be a DVD itself.
|Run Time:||191 minutes|