Monday, July 04, 2005

Rockers DVD Review

“Greetings and love to one and all. In I presence I bring coverage of I Heights. Love for everyone everywhere!”

The 25th anniversary edition of “Rockers” is out and available online. If you do not own or have not seen this movie and are a fan of reggae music, you gotta get this! Filled with excellent music, reggae music celebrities and stars, this DVD is a perfect gift for music fans.

Leroy “Horsemouth” Wallace is the lead character, a reggae drummer and music distributor who gets his motorcycle stolen. As the movie progresses, we learn the “Mafia boy” in question is non other than Hoursemouth’s boss at the club his band plays at. They picked the wrong dread to mess with, as Hoursemouth and his fellow Rasta’s get what’s theirs and then some!

The anniversary DVD, distributed by Music Video Distributors, is loaded with bonus features such as two music videos that accompany the movie, director commentary, poster galleries, and a Rasta patois glossary for the foreigner boy them who no see it. I-man highly recommend this movie to all who love good music.

"Rockers" is a step above “The Harder They Come” in my opinion, as it has much more musical scenes from many top notch reggae music and artist like Gregory Isaacs, Burning Spear, Jacob Miller, Jack Ruby, andRobbie Shakespeare to name but a few.

Get your copy of “Rockers” and view a video trailer here at MVD's link!