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If you want it on DVD, along with a superb bonus CD containing never before released music by Jerry McGill with Waylon Jennings, Jim Dickinson, Ry Cooder & many more, go to store.fatpossum.com/products/very-extremely-dangerous
If you haven't heard Jerry McGill's take on the classic song Desperado, produced by Jim Dickinson with backing vox by Alex Chilton, it's coming soon from Fat Possum Records! https://www.fatpossum.com/memphis-rent-party-featuring-ale…/
The new film by Paul Duane, director of Very Extremely Dangerous, premieres in Dublin on Feb 28th. It's a hypnotic odyssey into the oldest music still existing in Western Europe:
A Dublin screening in the legendary punk rock pub The Thomas House, where Jello Biafra, Sylvain Sylvain, Jerry Dammers & Morrissey have all been known to hang out.
An interview with VED director Paul Duane to mark the film's iTunes release.
If you don't use iTunes the film is also available the old-fashioned way via Amazon:
Today's the day - you can download Very Extremely Dangerous to buy or rent from iTunes!
The Irish Film Board are all excited about VED coming to iTunes.
"Very Extremely Dangerous plays like an unfolding car crash: it’s just as hard to look away as it is to watch."
Very Extremely Dangerous producer Robert Gordon has had a massive critical success in Sundance with his new film Best of Enemies & now it's a massive financial success too!
We're in Blurt Magazine's Best of 2014 list:
Another great review: "Watching this should definitely be on your bucket list. Wow."
Cashbox calls Very Extremely Dangerous "mesmerizing… McGill was the original outlaw."
"It’s harrowing, funny, hard-edged and compassionate -- a portrait of a true outlaw at the end of the road… The music is a revelation -- McGill, in his outlaw prime, was great, a raw soulful expressive singer backed by the great Memphis band Mud Boy and the Neutrons, Waylon Jennings and the Waylors and, on the later cuts, the North Mississippi Allstars… McGill died last year at 73, so he’s gone now. But after seeing “Very Extremely Dangerous,” he’ll never be forgotten."