The trailer for this feature film.
Excerpt one of three from this film.
Excerpt two of three from this film.
Excerpt three of three from this film.
Interviews with Karl Kippenberger, Phil Knight and Tom Larkin.
Interview with director Sam Peacocke.
Interview with producers Grant Roa and Laurence Alexander.
This theatrically released documentary charts 23 years of highs and lows for one of NZ's most enduring rock bands — complete with personal dramas, early tragedy, adoring local audiences, album sales of 250,000, attempts to crack the United States, and that agonising name change. Seeking an audience beyond the faithful, award-winning director Sam Peacocke expanded the story's scope to feature the band's family and friends as much as the music. NZ Herald entertainment writer Scott Kara called the result "a cracker", and "a must-see for fans of the band".
The rare footage of their very early days, back when Toogood and Larkin were still metal kids at Wellington High, is priceless. This is Shihad's story, and it's a cracker, which makes it a must-see for fans of the band.– Scott Kara in a four star NZ Herald review, 16 May 2012
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