Thursday, June 08, 2017

Kansas City Thursday Night Movies

For the late night and shift worker denizens of our blog community, here are a few local movies worth a look that tell interesting alternative stories about Kansas City.

Of course, with tribute to our favorite photo set of movie hottie Alison Brie.


Kansas City Skater History

"The Line is a biographical documentary about the progression of the Kansas City metro area skateboard scene. It starts in the mid 1970's and follows all the way up to our current time."

Kansas City Activist Icon Ideology

"A documentary about Kansas City icon Danny Cox. But instead of a documentary about him, it became a documentary about what Danny is about, which is a lifetime spent using his many talents in fighting the good war for all Americans. Even today he still has The Voice."

Soothing KCMO Hipster Sounds Overnight

Trafford, England artist David Gray performs 'Only The Wine', 'Nightblindness', and 'Harder' and is interviewed by Jon Hart in TV Studio A at KCPT in Kansas City, Missouri.

And so we take a brief pause that hopefully also includes a brief respite in so much local gunfire.

Hopefully, more for the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!


Anonymous said...

Why don't David Gray give Danny Cox some money and we'll make a documentary about that?

Anonymous said...

^^^ LOL!


And feet.

Phil Cardarella said...

Sad double-entendre.