In the late 1960s, a Harvard dropout's decision to take a job in Canada is misinterpreted as a political statement.
"The Long Road Home'" is the first official DVD release from Converge. Modeled after the first (and arguably most successful) band home videos such as Metallica's "Cliff Em' All" release, "The Long Road Home" is a two disc collection that is as energetic and exciting as the moments the release captures. No frills, or crap, just a massive collection of fan footage from the bands decade long reign as kings of their genre.
John Fogerty performing solo on his "Long Road Home" Tour. Recorded live in concert 2005 at Los Angeles' legendary Wiltern Theater, this one of a kind concert DVD serves as the perfect companion piece to last year's CD The Long Road Home, The Ultimate John Fogerty - Creedence Collection. Included are 26 electrifying versions of CCR and Fogerty solo hits. Martyn Atkins directs this high-definition video mixed in 5.1 dolby digital stereo and dolby digital 2.0 stereo. Also included is a bonus exclusive video. Former Creedence Clearwater Revival singer John Fogerty has managed to forge a profitable solo career for himself since the dissolution of the group that made his name. Here, Fogerty performs a mixture of solo and Creedence-era work, including version of hits such as "Bad Moon Rising" and "Fortunate Son." The show was captured on camera at Los Angeles' Wiltern Theater.
After his mother died, 12 year old Seth George (T.J. Lowther) goes to live with his grandparents on their farm. Grouchy old Murdock (Michael Ansara) is not very happy with the presence of his grandson and is rather hard on him. He was strongly opposed to the mixed marriage of his daughter and doesn't want to hear anything about Seth's Indian father who died a hero in Vietnam when Seth was still a baby. His grandmother (Sandra Shotwell) on the other hand was very fond of Seth but after a while she passes away. Seth also meets the charming yet sporting Annie Jacobs (Mary Elizabeth Winstead). Seth struggles at the farm with his grumpy grandfather and strives to win Annie's heart at the same time.
Relive a heroic fight for survival during the Iraq War, when the 1st Cavalry Division from Fort Hood was ferociously ambushed on April 4, 2004, in Sadr City, Baghdad — a day that came to be known in military annals as “Black Sunday.”