EXCLUSIVE: "Dirty Dozen" DVD clip: "The Filmmakers" Video
Lee Marvin portrays tough-as-nails Major John Reisman, assigned to command a squad of misfits on a suicide mission against Nazi brass on the eve of D-Day in occupied France. With no other chance for redemption, this group of convicts, psychos, lunkheads and losers will earn their freedom, "if" they can survive. Filled with explosive excitement, military grit and anti-authority gibes, "The Dirty Dozen" has become a classic of the war-movie genre and earned a rightful place on the AFI list of "100 Years...100 Thrills." Nominated for four Academy Awards when it was released in 1967, "The Dirty Dozen" remains a milestone among ensemble action flicks.
The future is here, and it's dirty!
"Alice" was directed by Andreas Nilsson (The Knife, Jose Gonzalez) and features MCs Aynzil and the 419 Squad on vocals. Last Night will hit stores April 1st and signals a return to Moby’s dance floor roots, casting genre purism to the wind in favor of a jubilant eclecticism that references electronic, hip-hop (both old and new), euro disco, downtempo, and ambience. In addition to Aynzil and the 419 Squad the album also features Grandmaster Caz of Cold Crush Brothers on “I Love To Move In Here.”
A documentary about a really, really dirty joke
All the way from the deepest of the "Dirty South" town of Fitzgerald, Georgia, Lil' Daddy (aka "The Hustler") has taken his rap skills and his real life stories and the HOT beats of Tedd Flash & Bill Dolla, and has put the hottest album of clubbangers' cuts like "G.T.H.", "4 Da South" and "Dime A Dozen" together. This album also contains hot underground street cuts like "Annie Belle", "25th Psalms" and "Felonies". Lil' Daddy (aka "The Hustler") is the realest, and one of the best rappers in the South because he'll give you the hustler's story STRAIGHT FROM THA STREETS. Now here is a special version made for download.com of the song "DIME A DOZEN". For more info, go to ww.lildaddymusic.com
The Dirty Three is joined by Cat Power's Chan Marshall on this lush ballad. It's from the Dirty Three record "Cinder".
Marvin ponders his most famous question in this footage from Montreux. This is from the DVD "Marvin Gaye: Live in Montreux 1980"
A compilation of some of the past week's best videos, brought to you by the Download.com Video team. This week, we're getting into the spirit of the Halloween season with lots of chills and thrills, monsters galore, and clips from some of our favorite classic horror flicks.
1.) "Frankenstein" trailer
2.) "Hellraiser" trailer
3.) "Psycho" trailer
4.) "Big Trouble in Little China" trailer
5.) "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (1974) trailer
6.) "Carrie" trailer
7.) "The Evil Dead" trailer
7.) "Nightmare on Elm Street" trailer
8.) Burnout: Revenge review
9.) X-Men Legends 2 Review
10.) "Leprechaun" trailer
11.) "Home Alone" trailer
12.) "Gremlins" trailer
13.) Ella Fitzgerald & Count Basie: "A-Tisket, A-Tasket"
14.) DJs D-Styles and Toadstyle live
15.) "The Fly " (1958) trailer
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Robots are slowly taking over the world, and a startup in Illinois called Narrative Science is targeting journalists as the next profession to go extinct. Well, maybe just the journalists covering local youth sports and number-crunching quarterly earning reports. We're safe for now, but let us know if they come out with a robot that can podcast and tell dirty jokes. This and more stories, plus listener voicemails on today's episode of The 404 Podcast!