I just gave Motorhead's "Everywhere Farther than Everyplace Else" DVD/CD package a spin and rest assured, it is worth picking up.
It contains the entire 2011 Santiago, Chile show shot superbly (there is little frenetic camera-jumping around relative to "Stage Fright" and other abominations), and the black and white cinematography actually WORKS!
This is a nice overall package - during the main show, the boys are more sober, together and rested than I have probably ever seen them, and it's just a smoking performance in front of a wild crowd in a Chilean soccer stadium. It gets better from there, with amazing, fairly lengthy interviews with the band in two different locations, during which you really get to see how they interact as long-time friends/bandmates/enemies. Again, they aren't drunk or exhausted and give thoughtful answers about where they are in their careers and what makes them tick.
There is a last, superfluous interview with Lemmy in a dressing room in Manchester, as well as some equally superfluous concert footage out of Manchester and New York City.
Overall, it's a very solid official document of Motorhead in 2011. This is definitely a treat to watch.