The wrestling documentary – Bloodstained Memoirs – hits North America for the first time this month. It’s to be released as a new special edition DVD on October 16, 2012; available to pre-order now from Amazon.com.
The documentary features candid interviews from a number of wrestling legends including: Chris Jericho, Rob Van Dam, Mick Foley, Keiji Muto (The Great Muta), Rowdy Roddy Piper, Ultimo Dragon and more. In addition to a new transfer of the documentary there will be a new set of special features.
The special edition Bloodstained Memoirs DVD will feature the following extras:
Cactus Jack vs Jimmy Snuka, 9/23/1994
Archive wrestling match from Las Vegas, featuring two of the stars of Bloodstained Memoirs.
Arda Ocal and Jimmy Korderas on Bloodstained Memoirs
Aftermath TV hosts Arda Ocal and Jimmy Korderas discuss Bloodstained Memoirs.
A look at the band behind Bloodstained Memoirs
An interview with Tigers and Monkeys.
Roddy Piper Interview
Never before released on DVD, an extended interview with Roddy Piper.
Christy Hemme Interview
Interview with former Playboy cover model, Christy Hemme.
Juventud Guerrera Interview
Interview with Mexican sensation, Juventud Guerrera.
Al Snow Blooper Reel
Nora Greenwald Introduction
Pre-order your copy of Bloodstained Memoirs SE for release on October 16th!
wwedvdnews do you know if they will sell this at walmart
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And an Al Snow Blooper Reel? His entire “career” is a blooper reel.
Should I have heard of this doc? If so, I’m ashamed to say I haven’t, lol.
Unfortunatly I’ve got to say it, this preview makes wrestlers look a little dumb. Not the best wrestling representation especially recounting how difficult the wreslting life can be. But, I’m interested to see the Muta stuff here.
I have the region 2 dvd of this and while it is not bad. It is not the greatest documentary I have ever seen. The interview with Mick Foley is non existent. They just filmed him signing autographs. Instead of having a theme/plot like beyond the mat, forever hardcore, Memphis Heat, Heroes of World Class, Wrestling with Shadows or Hard Knocks. It kind of plods along from wrester to wrestler. Again it is not a bad documentary, some of the wrestler interviews are cool, just not anything special…
I will pass on this average documentary, not the greatest…
when do you guys at dvd news think you will get the attitude era dvd cover
We hope any day now, however we can’t provide an exact timescale. As soon as we have more details you will see them here.
looks like a must have dvd I’ll pick this up
Definately gonna give that a look at
Looks interesting, might pick this up.