Enzian On Demand
Stream new release Insert Coin and support Enzian!
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Eugene Jarvis, the creator of 80s classic video games such as Defender and Robotron, returns to the industry in the 90s. In the process, he assembles a team that pioneers the concept of bringing live action into video games, kickstarting a new era in the arcades.
The technology mushrooms into massive hits such as Mortal Kombat and NBA Jam and soon the team begins to conquer the world. What began as a small tight-knit group begins to deal with success and eventually the rise of home consumer technology.
USA, 2020, 101 minutes, Not Rated, Directed by Joshua Y. Tsui
“Tsui’s affection for Midway and the anarchic, go-for-broke era of the company’s heyday, goes a long way.”—Kevin Jagernauth, THE PLAYLIST
“For anyone who came of age during the late '80s and early '90s and had an interest in hitting the arcades, Tsui offers up a compulsively watchable oral history of the company that occupied much of the prime real estate.”– Steven Saito, MOVEABLE FEST
“It's an excellent look back at this exciting period in gaming history.”– Ethan Anderton, SLASHFILM
“One of the things I found fascinating about the documentary is that it puts a new perspective on video games.”– Danielle Solzman, SOLZY AT THE MOVIES
“The subject is interesting, and it has a very unique visual flair to it.”– Anthony Ray Bench, FILM THREAT
“A treasure trove of saved archival footage…the arcade documentary worth feeding all your quarters into.”– Nathan Mattise, ARS TECHNICA