This "rockumentary" ostensibly features bands from Tim Armstrong's Hellcat Records, but it feels more like a vanity project, since his own band, Rancid, dominates, with almost half the songs. The rest of the flick consists of grainy clips of various Hellcat artists, and if you're not a devoted fan, they all start to meld together. There are a few exceptions, including an acoustic performance of No Fun by Rancid and Iggy Pop, apparently filmed backstage somewhere, and a timeless version of Rudie Can't Fail by Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros. The brief tribute to Strummer is also quite touching. Armstrong obviously chose his headache-inducing ultra-high-contrast black-and-white look deliberately, but it's so aggressively ugly that the rare colour segments are soothing to the eyes.