4 titles.

1. An Englishman in New York (2009)
Following the success of his television biography 'The Naked Civil Servant' Quentin Crisp is invited to America to lecture on How To Be Happy, and falls in love with New York's more permissive ambiance. Agent Connie Clausen enables him to be a 'resident alien', writing film reviews and dispensing words of wisdom. Curious about but impervious to trends, he describes AIDS as a "fad, nothing more", actually to divert heterosexual anger but he is misinterpreted and reviled by many gays. A return to popularity occurs when he helps Patrick Angus, a young, AIDS-afflicted artist attain fame for his paintings and his healthy cynicism is marketed by performance artist Penny Arcade, putting him back in the limelight. Poor health causes him to refuse a lecture tour of England but he gives a triumphant final audience at a gay club in Tampa. A postscript informs that he died at the age of 91.
2. Bloodworks (2014 TV Series)
Episode: Deal with the Devil & VVD Effects (2014)
When Scott makes a deal with The Devil in 1984, he has no idea what the repercussions will be in 2014 when he visits Vincent Van Dyke's VVD Effects and gets put into full demon makeup! Along the way he learns how Van Dyke got into the business of doing prosthetics for medical dramas, how to create makeup effects for the quick turnaround of a TV schedule, why Vincent chose to transform him into an "old demon," and more. Then Scott finds Angus Young's Gibson SG and everything comes full circle in this, the premiere episode of Scott Ian's Bloodworks.
3. The Third Testament: The Antichrist and the Harlot (2009)
The film follows protagonist, Angus Young, a character scorned by his first love, (the Harlot) Iona. Prompted by an ambiguous character, Clarence Peck, he travels to various parts of the world; embarking on an adventure to follow the trail of the Wingmakers. Subsequently, returning to change the world, to rid it of all forms of mass control and to abolish the oppression of Government and Religion. This is a story of love, betrayal, power and legacy; and ultimately the controversy that each entails.
4. AC/DC: Highway to Hell - Classic Album Under Review (2008 Documentary)
This film puts the album Back In Black under the spotlight and with the help of those who worked on the record, friends of Bon Scott, AC/ DC biographers and others who were there at the time, discovers how the album was made, how it was received and how it still inspires musicians and fans alike to this day. Featuring rare and classic footage of the group, interviews with Bon Scott and Angus Young, exclusive contributions from friends, colleagues, journalists and biographers, every track from the album reviewed and reappraised by a panel of esteemed experts and plenty more besides. Although it wasn't until after the release of the Back In Black album that AC/DC became global superstars, the era most fondly remembered by fans of this extraordinary band is when Bon Scott was at the helm - between 1974 and 1980. And if there's one album from that time which illustrates best what the mighty 'DC were all about during those years, it has to be Highway To Hell.
4 titles.