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Gasland (2010)

Josh Fox , Dick Cheney , Josh Fox  |  NR |  DVD
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (442 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Josh Fox, Dick Cheney, Pete Seeger, Richard Nixon, Aubrey K. McClendon
  • Directors: Josh Fox
  • Writers: Josh Fox
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Docurama
  • DVD Release Date: December 14, 2010
  • Run Time: 107 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (442 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0042EJD8A
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,456 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Gasland" on IMDb

Editorial Reviews

Little did director Josh Fox know that he'd find himself trailing the history and future of natural gas mining for this documentary, Gasland, or so he claims in this moving and evocative political exposé. Thankfully unpretentious and lacking in the didacticism that plagues many political documentaries, Gasland is edifying in the most entertaining and palatable way. Fox's open-ended questions presented during his narration are answered by interviewees found as he travels cross-country to source out water pollution happening as a result of hydraulic fracturing. The tension begins when Fox researches a letter he receives in the mail at his rural Pennsylvania farmhouse, inviting him to sell his land for $100,000 and permission to mine natural gas. He comes to discover how the Delaware River watershed's imminently endangered status will threaten New York City's main water source, and towards the end of the film focuses on New York City, as respected politicians like John Gennaro and Congressman Maurice Hinchey speak on behalf of this issue. But before filming congressional hearings, Fox charts his personal dilemma and how it quickly spirals outward, as first his neighbors tell him horror stories about water contamination due to this process. And as he tours Colorado, Wyoming, and Texas, where hydraulic fracturing has already contaminated myriad underground wells, Fox actually films many families' water faucets catching fire as people hold a match to their running tap water. Fox's continuing investigation ties this unchecked chemical process to Dick Cheney's Halliburton activity and bills covertly passed during the Bush administration. Gasland does not have a conspiratorial feel; it takes an honest, even-keeled investigative approach and relies on information relayed to Fox from renowned activists like Dr. Theo Colborn and Environmental Protection Agency staffer Weston Wilson. This documentary sheds light on what has been a practice that many American citizens have assumed mysterious and possibly benign. It is easy to understand why Gasland has garnered so many film festival awards, since it presents vital information that will necessitate action once it reaches enough of the population. This is grassroots documentary filmmaking at its finest. --Trinie Dalton

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In 2009, filmmaker Josh Fox learned his home in the Delaware River Basin was on top of the Marcellus Shale, a rock formation containing natural gas that stretches across New York, Pennsylvania and huge stretches of the Northeast. He was offered $100,000 to lease his land for a new method of drilling developed by Halliburton and soon discovered this was only a part of a 34-state drilling campaign, the largest domestic natural gas drilling boom in history. Part mystery, part travelogue, and part banjo showdown, Gasland documents Josh's cross-country odyssey to find out if the controversial process of hydraulic fracturing - or fracking - is actually safe. As he interviews people who live on or around current fracking sites, Josh learns of things gone horribly wrong, from illness to hair loss to flammable water, and his inquiries lead him ever deeper into a web of secrets, lies, conspiracy, and contamination - a web that potentially stretches to threaten the New York Watershed. Unearthing a shocking story about a practice that is understudied and inadequately regulated, Gasland races to find answer about fracking before it's far too late.

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218 of 296 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What Have We Done? November 12, 2010
When you watch Josh Fox's brilliant GASLAND, it's as if you're watching a nightmare scenario of what would happen if our lands were taken over by evil aliens, intent on sucking the earth dry, regardless of the consequences to the planet--and to us. This is no sci-fi thriller that could never happen in real life, however. Shockingly, it IS really happening and it's worse than you can imagine.

Very fortunately, for all of us, Josh Fox, brave soul that he is, ventured out into the heart of America and into the small towns of this country to actually speak to regular, law abiding, tax paying citizens who are now paying the ultimate price for "clean" gas drilling with permanent health effects, including brain damage, chronic respiratory conditions and many other serious conditions, too numerous to mention. Their land is worthless, their water undrinkable. The now famous scene where the tap water actually bursts into flame is just the tip of the iceburg. The epidemic of hydrofracking now taking place in America is worse than any disease we've ever encountered. It destroys our water, our air, our animals, our vegetation (including farm crops), our livestock, our health and our lives. This is Three Mile Island, Love Canal and Chernobyl--times fifty.

GASLAND should be shown in every elementary, high school and college classroom. At least that way, when our children grow into adults, they will know why there is no such thing anymore as fresh water in America. And they will know who was responsible.
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1.0 out of 5 stars This guy is an attention whore March 21, 2014
By Beta
This film is so full of lies and half truths that it's scary that people are taking it at face value. Do your own research before jumping on Josh Fox's bandwagon. The biggest lie and theatrical show was lighting tap water on fire. Interviews from residents in Dimock, PA show that the water has had flammable methane in it from as far back as the 70's, long before fracking was around. The EPA did test after test after test of well water and found NO contamination from fracking.
Another lie was from Fox's co-hort Alyssa Rich who lied about having a PhD in Air Pollution Control Design and later under oath said she "misspoke". She had teamed up with a citizen to sue the gas company for millions, even making a video lighting water from his garden hose on fire. After an investigation was launched they found the video was a hoax and they admitted to pumping gas through the hose to make it catch fire.
Another lie... A spike in breast cancer in Texas's shale area. This is news to the several cancer experts including Susan G Coleman for the cure. There was no evidence about a spike.
This fear-mongering is unethical.
Do your own research before letting yourself get caught up in the fear-based reporting of Gasland.
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17 of 24 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Pure fiction March 3, 2014
Format:Amazon Instant Video
This movie isn't even worth one star, unless you look at it as a work of pure science fiction. Do yourself a favour and watch the documentary Frack Nation which exposes all the fraudulent claims made in Gasland. Unfortunately, far too many people can't be bothered to look past their one source of information for all their 'facts'. Gasland's creator has become rich, as have most environmental and global warming alarmists like Al Gore and David Suzuki. A very nice little business these people propagate - instilling fear in a large portion of the population, people all too willing to join the cult, desperately wanting to believe that man is the evil perpetrator destroying our world, and profiting handsomely from that.
Wake up people and dig a little deeper to find out the rest of the story. The information isn't hard to find if you look for it.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
By C. Ee
Format:Amazon Instant Video
Five Star Documentary about how big oil and gas only cares about money, regardless of how they exploit the environment. it is about hydraulic fracturing called "Fracking" which is a process that injects trillions of gallons of water( which we need to conserve for agriculture and urban living) as well as thousands of gallons of caustic and dangerous chemicals that pollute the groundwater as well as the air. Anyone who cares about our planet needs to see this documentary and act on stopping big oil and natural gas interests by joining organizations to fight these special interests such as the EDF (Environmental Defense Fund), Food and Water Watch, The Sierra Club, and the NRDC ( Natural Resources Defense Fund). If you can't afford membership with these organizations, you can at least take action alerts and sign petitions online for free through your Email. If you care about your children and grandchildren's future, you will act immediately before it's too late to reverse climate change, deforestation, and global pollution! Stay Tuned for GasLand 2 which is now available from Amazon Instant Video for the latest installment of this excellent documentary!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This is a very important film. Don't believe that it's just hype. Oil and gas companies who have megabucks and lobbyists working around the clock to keep the fracking going to put money in their pockets are saying that this information is false. It's not. This has been going on too long already. Oil & gas companies do not have to meet the clean air and clean water standards. During the Bush/Cheney administration, that little loophole was tucked into the energy bill. Read all you can about this. Watch this important film. Then, ask yourself how much you love your children. We need to stop this nonsense before we have destroyed the land, water and air for the next generations. We also have a responsibility to be good stewards of the land and respect other living things. We certainly aren't doing that now. Thanks to this film, more people can start the process of becoming aware.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
1.0 out of 5 stars Zero stars
A bunch of sensationalistic fiction. Watched both this and Fracknation. Don't jump on the bandwagon. Read more
Published 9 hours ago by RJ
1.0 out of 5 stars ... is a liar and killing the people who truly love the land
Josh is a liar and killing the people who truly love the land, especially in his own hometown area. The farmers need this help! Or josh will have his way. Read more
Published 1 day ago by Cynthia Schowengerdt
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Published 7 days ago by Julia Schnapp
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent report on the realities of the fracking boom that ...
Excellent report on the realities of the fracking boom that is putting communities across the nation and the world community at risk. Both entertaining and informative. Read more
Published 12 days ago by Mark L. Taylor
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Informative movie.
Very informative movie. A real must for everyone to see.
Published 12 days ago by Sonoma Lady
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Must see!
Published 13 days ago by Michael J.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Cheap gas is not worth the health risk of the people nor the environment.
Published 21 days ago by Stephen Johnson
3.0 out of 5 stars ok movie, thought provoking, but lacking data.
Movie is ok. There is a lot of suspicious activity, but no specific data about what the long term effects are. Read more
Published 29 days ago by Andy
5.0 out of 5 stars The subject matter is disturbing but the documentary is well ...
The subject matter is disturbing but the documentary is well done. A must see for everyone
whether fracking is in their area or not . . . the pipelines may be.
Published 1 month ago by Sarah
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Published 1 month ago by J. Peeters
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