Everybody loves buttholes and cocaine, especially all (well, most of us) here at Film Threat. This is why we’re proud to announce the addition of “Butthole Surfers – Blind Eye Sees All” and “Cocaine Cowboys” to the DVD portion of the Film Threat store.
The “Butthole Surfers” DVD contains a classic 1985 performance, featuring the songs – “Mexican Caravan,” Bar-be-que Pope,” and “Something.”
“Cocaine Cowboys,” released in the 1970’s with a rare personal appearance by Andy Warhol, is one of the few cult classic pop rock films of that era. Filmed on Warhol’s Long Island estate, it is a trip back to a time when rock and roll bands and cocaine smugglers were bonded in a stoned state.
Grab these goodies at the Film Threat store.
Posted on May 13, 2003 in News by Film Threat Staff
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