No New Kinda Story: The Real Story of Tooth & Nail Records

Synopsis: Tooth & Nail Records became the most controversial record label of the 90s. In early 1993, after watching a handful of HARDCORE bands in Southern California, Brandon Ebel, son of a preacher...
Director(s): Jesse Bryan
71 min

The end.

The end of life as we know it.

We didn't see it coming,

that's for sure.

I mean, who plans for an Apocalypse?

But you know

the really funny thing?

It wasn't something big

and horrible that did us in.

It wasn't nuclear war

or a deadly virus

or a comet crashing into the planet.

It wasn't over-population

or global warming.

I wish it was.

You know, something...

lofty and magnificent,

something worthy of exterminating

most of the human race.


In the end, it was

none of those things.

We simply ran out of gas.

We haven't found

a thing all day.

- I'm getting tired.

- Yeah, me, too.

Okay, fine.

I'll be dark soon anyways.

We'll head back.

Did you guys hear that?

- Yeah, it sounded--

- Shut up.


Your boyfriend's

gonna get us all killed.


Don't move!

Don't move a f***ing muscle!


What the hell!

I would have had him!

Waste another bullet is

what you would have done.

Check that watch.

This is the first people

we've seen in weeks.

So what do we do with her?

I say we leave her.

Come on. The Professor

wouldn't leave her.

Well, the Professor isn't here.

Yeah, but she's pretty messed up.

If we leave her, she could die.

That's not our problem.

Please, help me.

Let's take her home.

Oh! I wanted to grab that watch.

They're back.

I hope they found

something interesting.

They did.

Where am l?

Um, you're in a hospital.

Hospitals aren't safe.

No, no, this one's-- This one's clean.

No. Hey, hey, hey.

You should just--

You should just stay and relax

because you might have

some internal injuries.

We don't-- We don't know.

We're not sure.

You're in a hospital,

but none of us are doctors.

Anyway, um...

You're lucky to be alive.


My boyfriend.

I'm sorry.

We still have a couple

of month's rations left,

but we need to save them

for the winter.

Hey, Professor,

any chance we can get some

hamburger on the menu?

Now, Ford,

all we got is soy and vegetables

in the near future.

Such bullshit.

What's the point of being a carnivore

if all we can eat is rabbit food?

Any other questions?

The new girl.

What about her?

What are we gonna do with her?

Maybe she'll stay.

We don't know

anything about her, man.

She might be useful.

She's cute.

We got enough mouths to feed.

And we don't need anybody else.

We don't have time

to take care of her.

I'll take care of her.

Oh, I bet you will.

What is that supposed to mean?

I agree with Ford.

Me, too.

Do I get a vote?

You should be resting.

I'm okay.

What's your name?


Let me introduce you to our group.

This is Dakota,






This is Viper.

This is Max, and I'm Darwin.


In the year 2012,

the gasoline ran out.

You could almost hear

the giant sucking sound

as the last drop of crude

was pumped from the earth.

Within a year,

the reserves were gone, too.

We were supposed to have

That's what the experts said,

and...they were wrong.

Detroit was still

churning out gas guzzlers

even as the wells went dry.

You'd have thought we could

survive without gas.

But the end of gasoline meant the end

of electricity, nuclear power.

There's coal, but you still need trucks

to deliver the fuel.

No electricity

means no refrigerators,

and that means spoiled food.

In days, grocery stores

were picked clean.

Within weeks, there was looting,

rioting, and chaos.

The government had a plan,

but it was too busy trying

to stop the violence.

When they finally

declared martial law,

it was already too late.

Civilization collapsed into anarchy.

The smart ones moved south...

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