Broomfield provides a testament to Brian Jones' genius, and this is indeed a lament for a young victim of the sex, drugs, and rock and roll era but this new documentary doesn’t really fulfill its promise of revealing surprising information.
We take a deep dive into the classic early-1980s limited edition release of The Rolling Stones on Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs vinyl.
Jason Gorber takes a deep dive into the long-awaited, limited edition vinyl celebration of The Rolling Stones' Live at the El Mocambo.
Keith Richards: Under the Influence TIFF 2015 review
Three vastly different, but good films open at The Bloor this week. The entertaining expose An Honest Liar, a look at the stigma of addiction in The Anonymous People, and the emotional, personal, and impressionistic Elena.
This weekend, a free retrospective of films by American photographer Robert Frank at the TIFF Bell Lightbox brings a screening of one of the rarest and most controversial rock and roll documentaries of all time: the 1972 look into the touring life of The Rolling Stones, Cocksucker Blues, a film so rare it might not be seen on the big screen (legally) in the city every again.