This is a collection of TV footage and press-photographer film, cobbled together for the benefit of the truly desperate Kiss fan. Let’s ignore the crappy quality of much of it and the irrelevant bits that could easily have been edited out, and ask if there’s anything of value.
One entertaining bit is Gene Simmons promoting his Rock Against Drugs platform; another is four minutes of the late Eric Carr delivering between-song chatter on music TV. Less entertaining is footage of the unmade-up Peter Criss signing fans’ bodies and sticking his hands in concrete for Hollywood’s Walk Of Fame, and Simmons again chattering about the band’s earliest incarnation as Wicked Lester (complete with time counter at the bottom of the screen and a video tracking problem). It’s cheap, forgettable stuff, and might just have been worth buying if there’d been a couple of hours of it. At 57 minutes? Nah.