Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Wrestling's Hottest Territory... Memphis Heat!
Memphis Heat: The True Story of Memphis Wrasslin’ Now on Itunes
This great film may have missed your periscope in 2011!
Memphis Heat: The True Story of Memphis Wrasslin’ has been picked up for distribution on Itunes. Memphis Heat documents the wild and wooly history of Memphis and Mid-South professional wrestling. From the carnival days of cult hero Sputnik Monroe--the heel who integrated the Memphis wrestling audience before the Civil Rights movement--to masked men, midgets, tag teams, female wrestlers, and the rise of bad-guy heel Jerry "the King" Lawler and Jimmy “Mouth of the South” Hart in the 1970s, Memphis Heat delves into a time-forgotten, pre-cable tv world where almost anything happened inside and outside of the wrestling ring and no holds were barred!
Here’s what the critics are saying about Memphis Heat!
ESPN/Grantland: "One of the best films of the genre!”
Varied Celluloid: “It’s the perfect film!”
Pro Wrestling Torch: “It’s the best, most entertaining pro wrestling documentary I have ever seen.”
Wrestlezone: “Memphis Heat is a must see.”
Surrender to the Void: “An extraordinary yet entertaining documentary.”
Camel Clutch Blog: “I can’t ever recall watching a documentary and waking up the next day and wanting to watch it again until Memphis Heat.”
Houston Sports Zone: “This documentary is a must watch of any wrestling fan.”
Jim Ross: “Awesome!”
Cinema Suicide: “Never boring, always on point, Memphis Heat is a love letter to sports entertainment.”
Ordering Info: www.memphis-heat.com
Michael Joy, Horrornews.net – “You can walk into viewing this DVD knowing a little about wrestling or a lot about wrestling, but either way you are going leave richer for the experience. I know a ton about wrestling and I still learned stuff from watching Memphis Heat that I had no idea about.”