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Stopper: The Rise and Fall of the Bastard Squad (2015)

A rambunctious punk band's pursuit of fame leads to mischief and drug addiction in 1990's America.

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(as Jason Wilson)

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(as Jason Wilson)

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Credited cast:
Steve Barnett ...
Himself
Cory Byrom ...
Himself
Greg Chambers ...
Himself
Mikki Fox ...
Herself
Patrick Helwick ...
Himself
Jeremy Jones ...
Himself
Chad Mullikin ...
Himself
Jay Pollard ...
Himself
Ian Reniker ...
Himself
Richie Rich ...
Himself
Jinny Rucker ...
Herself
David Shumate ...
Himself
Mark Stopper ...
Himself
Jason C. Wilson ...
Himself (as Jason Wilson)
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Storyline

Reckless, lawless, notorious. Stopper was the band that helped define the anger and intensity of the 1990s American Southeast Punk Rock scene. This is the story of a group that had everything going for them, but managed to turn every opportunity into another disastrous cautionary tale. This film follows Stopper from the vibrant early 90s punk scene to the substance abuse that eventually destroys them, eventually leading to a life sentence for the singer in Georgia's most violent maximum security prison. "Stopper: The Rise and Fall of the Bastard Squad" is a drug fueled tale of youth subculture run amok. Written by Anonymous

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A True Story of Sex, Drugs, and Rock n Roll


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1 August 2015 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

While shooting this documentary, the director was also organizing the Stopper reunion fund-raiser, which included the re-release of albums, creating band merchandise, and producing the Stopper Live 2012 DVD.

Jason has often said he made the documentary about the wrong thing; a documentary on getting Stopper together for the reunion would have been far more interesting. See more »

Connections

Features Stopper: Live 2012 (2013) See more »

Soundtracks

Feedback and Effing Fuzz
Performed by TeknoAxe
©2012
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