There's probably no more vivid example of late-70s youth-cultural lunacy than director Brian Trenchard-Smith's movie "Stunt Rock." A cinematic adventure pairing fantasy rock with clips of movie stunts, the 1978 box-office b-bomb went from pitch-perfect media packaging to little-known camp feast in under thirty years. The "rock" portion was via Sorcery, a low-rent Uriah Heep with thrice the pretense — think Spinal Tap without the parody. The "stunt" portion was culled from various thrillers of the day, including the original "Gone in Sixty Seconds." "It's superhuman, supermusic, supermagic and superamazing! "
You're the stuntrocker...everybody looks at you. Yeah!"