Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Out of the Woods Unauthorized|
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
For the first time The Cure: Out Of The Woods goes behind the scenes and under the greasepaint to discover the truth about this astonishing band. Revealing how these performers of melancholy music achieved their success, ... more »
Good, but only for diehard fans
Adam Stapleton | Atlanta, GA | 06/06/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I'll be objective about this, which is difficult for me because the cure is quite honestly my favorite band of all time. This DVD contains no actual Robert Smith interview footage, though it does have Steve Severin on it, which is a plus. Also, because this is an unauthorized DVD, the background music is basically composed of instrumentals of Cure songs that are done slightly off key, so as to avoid any legalities I'm sure, but the songs are still recognizable. Really what this DVD boils down to is it's a bunch of cure fans talking about what they like about the cure, save the Severin interview which is really the best part of the DVD."
This is horrible!
Brian Parramore | 07/28/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I gave this DVD 1 star, only because it's about the Cure. The background music, as said above, is crappy and copied. The discography is a joke. It leaves out a few records that could have made this almost worth while for the discography alone. It failed to mention Staring At The Sea, with the sticker about 'Killing An Arab' not being racist, it left out Mixed Up, The Steve Severin interview was almost unwatchable, and from what I understand, it's the same DVD as The Cure - Lost In Labyrinth. Don't even waste your time."
Michelle | Madison, WI | 06/15/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This is the same DVD as The Cure, Lost in the Labyrinth. They have changed the covers to trick us into buying but it is the exact same DVD inside, same label and same contents. There are no official interviews with any of the band members and they can't even use any of the Cure's music. The inverviews are with DJ's and a few other people that knew the Cure. The only interesting thing is the interview with Steven Severin from Siouxie and the Banshees. Otherwise I feel like I got ripped off, (actually twice since I now own both DVDs)"