Freely drawing from a variety of film genres, including musicals, the sudsy melodramas and documentaries and combing them with a free-flowing narrative and bright pop-art sensibilities, this hard-hitting experimental romp from Canadian filmmaker John Greyson packs a political wallop while satirically comparing and contrasting the issues of censorship and circumcision. The tale centers on the exploits of three homosexuals named Peter. Peter Koosens is obsessed with the semi-scandalous behavior of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau while college student Peter Cort, ponders the significance and necessity of male circumcision. Peter Denham is an artist who seduces the other two and freely borrows from their work to make something of his own. Their exploits land the trio in prison after an operatic number (the police sing songs adapted from Bizet's Carmen).
Seven people and their desperate search for escape, only one will survive. The last performance of a pantomime is held at an old, isolated theater in provincial England. The show has been a disaster, attracting only a handful of locals. The final party afterwards turns out even worse and some of the cast and crew slip away for their own private session in the creepy basement. Amongst the group are the enviable pantomime leads and real-life lovers Clarice and Nathan, currently not speaking, the womanizing director Derrick and the thirty-something, obscure stage assistant Janet. As their bash kicks off Derrick disappears, only to be found with his throat savagely slashed. When they discover that they're locked in the next victim dies. The killing continues. Paranoia grows. Nobody can be trusted.
When the four boys see an R-rated movie featuring Canadians Terrance and Philip, they are pronounced "corrupted", and their parents pressure the United States to wage war against Canada.
A man stuck at home with a fractured pelvis tries every means possible to attract a woman into his bed, among them a beautiful policewoman investigating the disappearance of the young man's fiancée. The single camera, ostensibly mounted at the foot of the bed so the doctors can keep an eye on his leg injury, is focused on the man's penis, which, as his face is never shown, must do all the acting in one single uncut shot.
The life of a boy in his adolescence takes a turn when his relationship with his mother and father is exposed
A jewelry store robber falls for the girl his gang kidnaps during a robbery.
Set in the "diamond district" between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. Plot unknown.
Magnus Betnér is ranting about society and famous people he despite.
As Tupac's interviewer announces, 'Tupac, this interview is not about your trial, or your court appeals it is about Tupac, the inner man, then, and now.' Featuring an uncut and never-before-seen interview at the Clinton Correctional Facility, TUPAC UNCENSORED AND UNCUT: THE LOST PRISON TAPES presents a raw look into Tupac's world, as the rapper riffs on topics ranging from his involvement with gang life to prisons in America to his relationship with his mother. What emerges is a moving self-portrait of an artist who sees himself as fundamentally misunderstood: He may have diagnosed thug life, but he didn't invent it, and he is determined to uplift not destroy the black community. Capturing the intensity and passion of a fierce talent, TUPAC UNCENSORED AND UNCUT: THE LOST PRISON TAPES offers a glimpse inside the mind of the enigmatic artist whose music is, in his own words, 'all about life.'
Between 1993 (with the release of Dr. Dre's The Chronic) and 1996 (when 2Pac dropped both All Eyez on Me and The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory), Death Row Records was the most successful label in hip hop, releasing a string of major hits featuring a distinctively laid-back but funky sound that took gangsta rap to the top of the charts. Death Row Uncut collects videos of 28 tunes that Death Row released during their heyday, including "Dre Day" and "Let Me Ride" by Dr. Dre and Snoop Doggy Dogg, "Gin and Juice," "Who Am I (What's My Name)," and "Murder Was the Case" by Snoop Doggy Dogg, "Natural Born Killers" by Dr. Dre and Ice Cube, and "To Live and Die in L.A.," "Hit 'Em Up," and "Dear Mama" by 2Pac. Death Row Uncut features unreleased live performance clips and uncensored versions of some videos that were softened for broadcast; it also includes an interview with label CEO Suge Knight, who has few kind things to say about his former co-workers.
This documentary was made with the huge amount of material that was left over after the montage of 'Rock 'n Roll Junkie (1994)'. It is uncut and unpolished: Herman Brood at his most honest, walking through his hometown, working in his atelier, in the studio and during interviews.
Mitch Hedberg shares his unorthodox solutions to life's little problems in this mind-altering stand-up special.
A story of two delinquent boys at a boarding school, struggling to cope with fathers who abandoned them, and retreating into fantasy.
In 2009, Casey Pugh asked thousands of Internet users to remake "Star Wars: A New Hope" into a fan film, 15 seconds at a time. Contributors were allowed to recreate scenes from Star Wars however they wanted. Within just a few months SWU grew into a wild success. The creativity that poured into the project was unimaginable. In 2010 Star Wars Uncut won a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media.
A performance from Henry Rollins' Spoken Word Tour, featuring humorous, commentary on politics, pop culture and his favorite exploits from 25 years on the road.
Musician and talk show host Henry Rollins performs for two nights in Israel.
Filmed at London's Gielgud Theatre at the culmination of his 1998 tour, Jack Dee Live and Uncut puts the UK's favourite "whinger" in his element--on a stage performing stand-up comedy. Dee has presence in his orange shirt and tailored blue suit, but although he's derogatory about himself--he's a stay-at-home man, he's short, he's fat--he's also unapologetic. Dee isn't afraid to throw harsh words at his audience or swear like the proverbial navvy along with an onslaught of observational humour. He doesn't go in for surrealism, one-liners or complex structural payoffs. He prefers to tackle one subject at a time, explore it, then move on. His themes are universal rather than original but he usually brings a fresh perspective. Take builders… he puts himself at the centre of their Neanderthal attentions rather than women.
With the blessings of Jimi's biological family and many of his closest friends, Passport brings the life of Jimi Hendrix to light as never before. From his upbringing in Seattle to his final days in London, JIMI HENDRIX: THE UNCUT STORY goes beyond all previously released documentaries to explore the complete life-story behind the legendary artist.
Break out the hair spray again for '80s glam-rockers Poison!! Live, Raw & Uncut DVD is a live concert from 2007, recorded at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in St. Louis, Missouri, in support of their 2007 cover album Poison'd. Features the following songs: Look What the Cat Dragged In; I Want Action; Ride the Wind; I Won't Forget You; What I Like About You; C.C.'s Guitar Solo; I Hate Every Bone In Your Body But Mine; Something To Believe In; Can't You See; Your Mama Don't Dance; I Need to Know; Rikki's Drum Solo; Unskinny Bop; Every Rose Has Its Thorn; Fallen Angel; Talk Dirty to Me; Nothin' but a Good Time.
Asia Uncut is a variety chat show hosted by Jon Niermann, the president of Electronic Arts, Asia. The show premiered in March 2009 and is aired in many countries via STAR World.
BET: Uncut was a television program that aired on BET. The music video program contained highly sexualized imagery. Because of its content, the show was rated TV-MA and accompanied by an on-air message stating that it is not suitable for children under the age of 17. The show aired on Wednesdays through Fridays at 3 a.m. EST. Though some of the videos were from well-known hip hop artists, most were from lesser-known artists, and the production value of the videos were often quite poor. Its last episode aired on July 8, 2006 and was hosted by Jermaine Dupri.
FNC: Uncut is an English-language fishing television series spun off Fish'n Canada, that looks at "what goes on when the camera is supposedly off, to reveal arguments, practical jokes and the everyday life of a fishing celebrity." This behind-the-scenes series airs on the World Fishing Network, and premiered fall 2006.
FilmXtra Uncut is a 30 minute movie review show launched in February 2010 on Film24, a UK television channel available on Sky Digital 157. Otherwise known as FXU, the show airs every Friday at 22.00 and reviews current theatrical and home entertainment film releases, with an emphasis on post-watershed content. The show also includes a celebrity gossip section entitled Bitesize Movie Gossip. Full episodes are available to view at the official Film24 website. FXU is produced by Kobiyoshi Productions as a commission for Film24. The show is written, presented and edited by Tim Fornara, who was previously a member of the Film24 presenting team. Anna Krahn co-presents the Bitesize Movie Gossip section and is also the Editor of the official Film24 website. FilmXtra Uncut is the late-night edition of the Film Xtra movie review show, also shown on Film24 and produced by Starstruck Media.
Untamed & Uncut is an American documentary television series that premiered on June 10, 2008 on Animal Planet. The program depicts unexpected and surprising animal encounters that are caught directly on tape at the scene. Each different video usually has something to do with an animal attack on a human, either intentionally or unintentionally, animals fighting each other, animals causing havoc within a community, or animal rescues in which the animal is in grave danger or has been severely wounded. Most of the time, no one is killed, although a few deaths and many minor and severe injuries have occurred. Due to the disturbing content, Untamed & Uncut holds a TV-14 rating. A sneak peek originally appeared on June 10, 2008 - the show officially debuted on October 12, 2008 with the special "Vacation Nightmares". Rodeo announcer Bob Tallman appeared as himself in two episodes of the program.
Henry Rollins: Uncut is an American television series, which airs on the IFC in the United States. The special event series follows musician, author, and spoken-word artist Henry Rollins as he travels to controversial locals including New Orleans, Israel, and South Africa. At each location he shares his outspoken commentary on politics, culture, and media. The series is filmed at various locations and is produced by Swift River Productions.
Real Vice Cops Uncut follows the Shelby County Sheriffs Department in Memphis and the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation in Orlando as they serve and protect civilians from criminals involved in vice crimes such as narcotics, prostitution and gambling.
Big Brother: Adults Only is an Australian reality television series uncensored aired on Network Ten on 23 July 2001 to 19 June 2006.