Across 110th St.

Posted in Films with tags , , on February 18, 2012 by metalcharlie

Across 110th St (1972)

…is too good to review here. Watch it and get emotional. Plus three days a week I ride across 110th St, so my life must be just like this movie!


Street Thunder Training.

Posted in Uncategorized on September 30, 2011 by nickmakanna

For proper training technique, please watch this entire video.

“Klunking is muddy in the winter… and it’s dusty in the summer!”

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on July 27, 2011 by metalcharlie

Aces High.

Dudes are smashing! I love how people are down to wear elbow pads and such but no-one’s interested in a helmet. Great commentary by “the Fish”

Gathering of the Elders

Posted in Uncategorized on July 8, 2011 by metalcharlie

I have to hope that Lemmy and Ice T got a chance to kick it while filming this video. The real question is, what did they talk about?


Posted in Uncategorized with tags on June 22, 2011 by deyelawn

Bird Castle

Posted in Films on June 17, 2011 by metalcharlie

Fast Sofa (2001)

I watched this movie last night, and even though it wasn’t particularly amazing I still feel compelled to write a review. I think in this case it is best done through single-object phrases. And thus: Gary Busey’s Son. Cocaine. Pornstar. Crispin Glover. Incest. Exploding Cars. Bowling. Bird Castle. Red-Tailed Hawk. Palm Springs. San Bernadino. Panhandling. Split-Screen. Crispin Glover. Crossbow. Sunglasses. Freedom.

Available for free here

This is what you get

Posted in Films with tags , , , , , , , , , on June 2, 2011 by metalcharlie

Hardware (1990)
I found this in a thrift store in Ft Greene and changed the price tag so I could get it for a dollar. (Street Thunder never pays more than a dollar for any VHS. Now you know.) We watched it at Andrew’s house, and not expecting much more than a cheap Terminator rip-off we were mightily impressed. Though the concept obviously bites a lot from Terminator, this film goes to new levels in many ways–mostly in “looking like a 90s industrial music video” kind of ways. But seriously, this shit is dope. I’m not gonna say much more about it, other than it features Lemmy as an aquatic taxi-driver and Carl McCoy as a post-apocalyptic scrap metal collector (only in the future these are called “Zone Walkers” or something). All members of street thunder, get on this.