TC rapper Greg Grease joins DJ Just Nine, keyboardist Taylor Johnson, and MPC player Trelly Mo in a new experimental hip-hop group that combines Grease’s rap, soul, jazz, funked-up beats, hard grooves, and sounds like an afro/astro world where Fela Kuti jams with Parliament and smokes with the Art Ensemble of Chicago.
Directed by Rudolph Maté
“One of the most accomplished, innovative, and downright twisted entrants to the film noir genre.” — BBC Films
When Frank Bigelow (Edmond O’Brien) travels to San Francisco, he is given a poisonous drink and learns he only has a few days to live. He recounts his story in flashback while hurriedly trying to find his murderer before it’s too late. Inducted into the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry in 2004. 1950, video, 83 minutes.
with DJ Mark Wheat