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Stunt Rock(1980)

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  • Stunt Rock, Featuring Sorcery

    • N.R.
    • 10/15/11

    The best part of the movie was the band Sorcery. I saw the band Sorcery do their live show at the Whiskey in Hollywood, Ca back in the late 70's. What a rockin band and still to this day one of the best shows I have ever seen!! Although they changed singers several times over the years the original 3 piece band members consisting of; Bassist Richie King, guartarist Smokey Huff and drummer Perry Morris put on a great show and blow the audiance away with there songs and musicianship. Little known fact is that Van Halen opened for Sorcery several times in the mid-late 70's. Sorcery also did a second movie called Rocktober Blood where they wrote and performed most of the music and performed as well in the film with a diferent singer. Great band, great songs from the late 70's early 80's.

  • STUNTROCK

    • Don R.
    • 10/12/11

    This film is from 1978. No special effects here. No CGI...This is wonderful look behind the scenes about stuntwork used in film back in the late 70's.Australian Stuntman, Grant Page comes to L.A. to do the TV series "Undercover Girl".When he arrives in L.A. his cousin, Curtis meets him at LAX.Curtis, plays the part of "Satan" in the most unique rock stage shows of all time. Nothing like this group SORCERY had been done before, or since.Merlin takes on Satan, live on stage, in your face an all out battle, and done to some of the most incredible rock music I ever heard. The songs told the story of the battle as it took place and was non-stop for the entire 90 minutes. Grant plays the lead roll and as a stuntman is very capable, and his expertise lends well to his combination of knowledge and execution of stunt work for film and tv.The stunts and "set-ups" behind the scenes for the stuntwork is interesting and entertaining.I really liked the music in the picture. The plot was not that strong,but the music was perfect.I must admit,I have watched the film more than once,and I still enjoy it.

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