Post by captiveofchrist on Oct 22, 2019 5:46:53 GMT
Im making a google drive backup of Found media. I have some things saved already but Im relatively new here (about 3 months old I think?) so I wasnt around in the early days. Making backups in case the youtube/vimeo/websites that host them get copyright struck or just removed
Post by forlornjackalope on Feb 3, 2020 5:22:20 GMT
I'm not at my computer at the moment, but I have some raw, uninterrupted tracks from shot-on-video horror movies I can either send or link you to that I've reuploaded elsewhere. I can also supply any additional information you need as well to the best of my abilities from what I remember.
I have pinned comments on all the soundtrack related videos stating that I heavily encourage people to download the tracks because, as far as I know, I'm the only one that has them now unless the original bands have the master copies. I say that because the majority of the tracks are from MySpace, and after the site migration update last year, everything uploaded to the site between 2003 to 2015 was lost in the process - including said tracks.
Okay, so I'll save myself time and put the link up.
This is the raw, uninterrupted opening to the 1990 shot on video horror film "The Hook of Woodland Heights", which was a double feature with "Attack of the Killer Refrigerator" as an opener. The song is by The Heartbeats, a band that I have very little information on since I think their MySpace page is gone now. The film version is incomplete from what I remember, and has background noise over it like dialogue and traffic. It was a tedious effort to save this, but well worth it.
If I find other soundtracks, I'll let you know. I'm not sure how rare the other ones I have are, such as the closing theme for another shot on video horror film called "Psycho Pike" and the closing for "Truth or Dare?: A Critical Madness". I know they can be tough to find physical copies of, but I wouldn't say lost exactly.
Post by forlornjackalope on Feb 6, 2020 0:40:14 GMT
I made a thread about this previously and asked around on Reddit if anyone had information on it, but to no avail. It's a short documentary about helicopter accidents on film sets called Chopper Down (1989), which was part of the banned film festival after it was banned by HBO due to potentially offending business partners. Beyond this lone documentary, its existence (and that of the Banned Film Festival) is nowhere to be found. This isn't even credited or mentioned on IMDb either when it comes to interviews or crediting the deceased as a posthumous mention.
It's been up on Youtube for close to 11 or 12 years, but I don't trust that it will stay that way.