We Are Twisted Fucking Sister Full Movie

We Are Twisted Fucking Sister

Original Name: We Are Twisted Fucking Sister

Genre: Biography, Comedy, Documentary

Language: English

IMDB Rating: 7.2

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Release Date: 19 February 2016

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Download We Are Twisted Fucking Sister Full Movie and it is 2014 Hollywood Documentary film directed by Andrew Horn. Much like the legendary glam-metal band whose grindingly arduous rise to fame it lovingly chronicles, shock-rock-doc We Are Twisted F—ing Sister! is superficially “controversial” (profanity in the title!), essentially conventional, but very, very, very entertaining. Automatic catnip for fans and rewarding for those previously indifferent to or even hostile towards the veteran Long Island combo, this persuasive paean to sheer bloody-minded persistence flies by over the course of 136 engrossing, often hilarious minutes.

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A sure-fire crowdpleaser for film-festivals on the back of well-received world-premiere screenings at Amsterdam’s prestigious IDFA, the US-German co-production warrants art-house distribution in those many territories where Twisted Sister retain a loyal cult following. Made with the outfit’s approval and extensive on-screen involvement, writer-director-producer Andrew Horn’s belated follow-up to The Nomi Song (2004) also has the makings of a lucrative small-screen offering further down the line.

In The Nomi Song — a profile of androgynously operatic underground performer Klaus Nomi — a New Jersey support-slot for raucous Yankee headbangers Twisted Sister was presented as the nadir of the hyper-sophisticated Berlin artist’s bizarre career. By the end of Horn’s latest enterprise, however, viewers may wonder if, in fact, it was Nomi’s zenith. Because while they may be nobody’s idea of groundbreaking contributors to musical history — none of the songs excerpted are much to write home about — Twisted Sister’s full-blooded, full-throttle commitment to old-fashioned show-biz principles, to giving their countless audiences one hell of a good time, is utterly and admirably unwavering.

Horn’s masterstroke is to resist the urge to distil four decades of history into a single film, instead concentrating almost entirely on the 1972-82 period during which Twisted Sister gradually emerged as the unchallenged kings of the “Long Island bar scene” then started patiently knocking on the door of national and international fame. Eschewing the hip but tiny Manhattan clubs, the band instead played the less fashionable but much bigger (and thus enormously more lucrative) venues around the Tri-State area, amassing a huge following across suburban New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.