(Television) Henry Rollins unveils the independent alternative to late night programming with his unique take on music, film, politics and pop culture with the help from intelligent celebrity guests and the most eclectic musical performances on television.
Manufacturer: Fox Lorber
Brand: IFC, Independent Film Channel
"...not just informative and entertaining, but also pleasantly authentic and intimate in the current publicist-controlled era." -Elle Magazine "It's free-flowing and uncensored, sometimes vulgar, sometimes deep, sometimes just plain silly - like a real dinner party, because it is a real dinner party." -The Philadelphia Inquirer "It's funny, original and refreshing, this series with candid roundtable discussions and good grub. Between bites, Jon Favreau's dinner guests tell what goes on behind the scenes in filmmaking and television production . . . It's as uncanny as it is unscripted . . . Even if you can't dine and converse with them - the camera direction makes you feel you re part of the conversation. The dinner talk often involves meaty issues concerning the entertainment industry and offers a look at life beyond the red carpet." -Hollywood Reporter Jon Favreau sits down with a variety of personalities from film, television, music and comedy, for a frank discussion of the acting industry, the movie business in general, and of celebrity, in particular. DVD extras include: Option to view enhanced commentary, Never before seen segments, Outtakes, Guest biographies WITH APPEARANCES BY: Joey Lauren Adams, Sean Astin, Jennifer Beals, Peter Berg, Saffron Burrows, Sean Combs, David Cross, Andy Dick, Illeana Douglas, Peter Falk, Adam Goldberg, Jeff Goldblum, Seth Green, Daryl Hannah, Bonnie Hunt, Kevin James, Famke Janssen, Denis Leary, John Leguizamo, Juliette Lewis, Ron Livingston, Faizon Love, Marilyn Manson, Cheri Oteri, Vincent Pastore, Martha Plimpton, Kevin Pollak, Michael Rapaport, Ray Romano, Garry Shandling, Sarah Silverman, Christian Slater, Rod Steiger, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Vince Vaughn, Fred Willard and Dwight Yoakam. For filmmakers, actors, and chronic eavesdroppers everywhere, it's a genuine privilege to watch Dinner for Five. As the congenial host of this popular Independent Film Channel series, writer-director-actor Jon Favreau (Swingers, Made, Elf) brings credibility and comfort to his diverse qua...
Manufacturer: Eagle Vision USA / Stone Stanley Entertainment
The Complete Fourth Season of The Man Show was a landmark season for the ultimate in male-oriented chat shows. The final season to feature original hosts Adam Carolla and Jimmy Kimmel continue to feature hilarious bits involving The Man Show Boy, Oprah Jimfrey, "Karl Malone" and of course, the world famous Juggies! One of Comedy Centralâ€™s longstanding hits now has its forth season immortalized on DVD. The first 3 seasons, along with offshoot programs featured on DVD, have sold over 300 THOUSAND copies, and continue to be a fan favorite.
Many Classic Carson Moments occured when young comics got their first big break on The Tonight Show. In this talent packed hilarious tape you'll witness The Tonight Show debut of Drew Carey plus appearances by George Carlin, David Brenner, Rita Rudner and Rodney Dangerfield.
Midnight Blue Collection Volume 3: Celebrities Edition
Manufacturer: Blue Underground
Brand: Ryko Distribution
In addition to a depraved parade of porn and politics, MIDNIGHT BLUE shocked late-night cable with its scandalous celebrity segments and jaw-dropping star interviews. These are the famous - and infamous - like you've never seen or heard them before:"The Barbra Streisand Porno Movie": Only MIDNIGHT BLUE dared to televise the '60s stag film alleged to show the singer/actress the way she was.O.J. Simpson: The sports legend and suspected murderer is captured at the 1979 Hooker's Ball sharing his thoughts on sex, crime and prostitution.The Rob Lowe Sex Tape: The uncensored broadcast of this explicit sex video nearly destroyed the actor's career.Arnold Schwarzenegger: The future Governor of California discusses his own orgasms and ambitions, accompanied by eye-popping nude photos.The Go-Gos Backstage: The video that rocked the music world, featuring Belinda Carlisle enjoying an after hours masturbation session.R. Crumb: The legendary underground! comic artist holds forth on fans, sexual fantasies and tantric masturbation....plus Gilbert Gottfried, Larry Flynt, Russ Meyer, Penn & Teller, Buck Henry, Tiny Tim, Debbie Harry, Garrett Morris and more, Al Goldstein's hilarious "F%$# Y*@!" rants targeting Howard Stern, Donald Trump, Sean Penn and Jack Nicholson, plus vintage commercials for New York City's call girls, orgy rooms, gay bathhouses and beyond! Think celebrities embarrassing themselves on camera is a recent phenomenon? Nope--Al Goldstein, publisher of Screw magazine, was making hay with them back in the '80s with his notorious cable access show, Midnight Blue, and now the best (worst?) of these Hollywood horror stories have been compiled for this DVD. The emphasis here shifts away from the porn-centric interviews of the first two volumes of Midnight Blue to explore the seamier side of mainstream pop culture, though interviews with Hustler chief Larry Flynt and exploitation legend Russ Meyer hew closely to the core Midnight Blue/Goldstein aesthetic (i.e., slobbering over women, though the Meyer talk is informative...
The Tomorrow Show - Tom Snyder's Electric Kool-Aid Talk Show
Manufacturer: Shout Factory
The groundbreaking late night talk program The Tomorrow Show (boasting 3 EmmyÂ® nominations) brings together some key figures and musical icons of the flower power generation in one amazing DVD: The Tomorrow Show â€“ Tom Snyderâ€™s Electric Kool-Aid Talk Show. Includes captivating interviews with Tom Snyder and: â€¢ The Grateful Dead â€¢ Dr. Timothy Leary â€¢ Ken Kesey (author of "One Flew Over The Cuckooâ€™s Nest") â€¢ Tom Wolfe (author of "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test") Also includes four live performances by The Grateful Dead - for the first time ever on DVD! On The Road Again Cassidy Dire Wolf Deep Elem Blues And interviews with band members Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzman