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.
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
You should see this film ... It has grit and heart and soul ...– Simon Sweetman, in a five star Dominion Post review, 19 May 2012
We give up that dream of being in America or we change our name and give it a go. Those were my options — Shit A or Shit B.– Jon Toogood on the infamous name change
To see your life on a film is pretty incredible. It's got the friendships in it; the mistakes we've made. It's more about family and people in our lives and he's done it in a way that it's almost incidental that we're musicians. It's definitely not a boy-band movie.– Jon Toogood in an interview with website Stuf, February 2012