Screwed in Houston, a new documentary bit on the legacy of legendary Houston rapper DJ Screw on Vice TV, frantically intercuts South Park and Third Ward streetscapes with soundbites from K-Rino, Dope-E and others, who sketch the speedy history of the slo-mo music between the Geto Boys and Paul Wall. Dozens of shots of purple stuff in bottles and cups, but nobody drinking, as the bizarre, ultra-starched white-guy host exchanges repartee with black rappers at a backyard barbecue.
also by Bill Davenport
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