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I'm Too Old For This Sh*t (1080p) FULL MOVIE - Documentary


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This looks pretty good and right up all of our alley's.

 

Back in 1983, Tampa, Florida’s SIREN was set to take over the world of heavy metal. But when a string of bad luck, shady business deals & inner politics led to the band’s demise, the members gave up their dreams of being rock stars and embraced lives in the real world. However unbeknownst to them, over the ensuing decades SIREN amasses a sizable fan base overseas. And 35 years after their breakup, an obsessed fan tracks them down and offers them a slot at the Keep It True Festival...one of Germany’s biggest annual heavy metal gatherings. After much soul searching SIREN put aside their animosity to reunite the band and embrace their last chance to make their rock n roll dreams come true! It isn’t easy being a 50 something part time musician trying to navigate the airports, highways, social media and stages of the modern day. But with lessons learned, friendships rekindled and dreams reborn, SIREN becomes young again as they experience this heavy metal fairy tale for the ages!

 

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Mine says unavailable too. I actually heard about this from that dude who does the reaction videos... what's his name? I forget, but he had an end of year wrap up with three of his dudes and one of his dudes mentioned this band and the doco. It made me interested to watch it. Sounds quite similar to the Anvil situation if I remember right?

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17 hours ago, Geoff said:

Mine says unavailable too. I

 

22 hours ago, auslander said:

I get a "video unavailable" so can't watch it 😞

VPNs are pretty much mandatory in this day and age, just for security reasons. But most of them also allow you to change your "location." You'll never have these restrictions again. 

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22 hours ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

 

VPNs are pretty much mandatory in this day and age, just for security reasons. But most of them also allow you to change your "location." You'll never have these restrictions again. 

To be fair, in Geoffs case there are many international restrictions against him. You cannot do what he did and not get countries banning you for that kind of behaviour.

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55 minutes ago, Captain Howdy said:

To be fair, in Geoffs case there are many international restrictions against him. You cannot do what he did and not get countries banning you for that kind of behaviour.

Makes sense. 

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13 hours ago, Captain Howdy said:

To be fair, in Geoffs case there are many international restrictions against him. You cannot do what he did and not get countries banning you for that kind of behaviour.

What you heard about me, was probably right
I'm the boy next door, the one you were warned about
Oh yes, indeed

Well, I'm no upstanding citizen, but I'm standing up just the same

Number one bad boy, Who's to blame?
Number one bad boy, Ain't that a shame?
Yeah, right

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2 hours ago, Geoff said:

What you heard about me, was probably right
I'm the boy next door, the one you were warned about
Oh yes, indeed

Well, I'm no upstanding citizen, but I'm standing up just the same

Number one bad boy, Who's to blame?
Number one bad boy, Ain't that a shame?
Yeah, right

You don't look like Will Smith

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6 minutes ago, Captain Howdy said:

You don't look like Will Smith

You are right. I definitely need to get my hair cut asap. 

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