YOU CAN STREAM CULT/GUERILLA/NO-BUDGET/16MM/PUNKMOVIE THREAT FROM HALO8 NOW
From the Halo8 team:
“This is the full-length cult/guerrilla/no-budget (obv)/16mm/punk movie THREAT shot in the LES during the mid 90s in the final years these streets were known as Alphabet City before the gentrification boom that followed later in the decade.
*This is the version that was released theatrically in 2006 with some re-edits and alterations (note the voiceover comments on 9/11, which occurred well after filming). I’m also going to upload the original “touring version” that played in underground venues across the US & Europe in the late 90s.
The film was shot super low budget on 16mm film stock left over from local TV shoots and cameras borrowed from a film co-op after hours.
You can get the DVD (with soundtracks featuring Minor Threat vs Holocaust, Gorilla Biscuits vs Defrag, Youth of Today vs Edgey, Glassjaw vs Enduser, Killswitch Engage vs Edgey, Bleeding Through vs Hecate, Most Precious Blood vs Atari Teenage Riot, and many more) at Amazon or at Halo-8′s website (http://www.halo8store.com).
There’s more info on the film herehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Threat_(film) but it only refers to the 2006 version, it needs to be updated with the full history. Threat was shot in the mid-90s contemporarily with Godmoney, Edge of Quarrel, Godass, and NYHC.”