Review: Graffiti TV: The Best Of

Graffiti TV: The Best Of
MVD Visual

Street: 06.26

Graffiti TV is straight from the mid-90s. Everything from the shaky cameras, poor film quality, flannel shirts and bad, bad haircuts were reminiscent of a home movie. There definitely were some highlights of this DVD,¬†like the guy writing on the walls of a subway station and having to book it from a train, and a group of taggers writing on a parked cop car. The bad haircuts and counting how many times certain artists used “n’shit” in their vocabulary was also amusing. While moments of the two DVDs stand out much is lost in the poor quality of the footage. Really, what’s the point of putting something on DVD if it looks terrible? -Jeanette Moses