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100 Most Metal Moments (May 2004)

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Great mini-series
30 May 2005 | by (Virginia) – See all my reviews

I have probably seen 100 MOST METAL MOMENTS at least five times since it premiered on VH1 last May and each time I see it, it just seems to get better and better. I watched it again tonight and despite the fact I wasn't in the best mood, I still found it to be a very funny as well as very entertaining. Dee Snider makes a great narrator, giving perfect delivery for every one of his obviously scripted lines. It also helps that he has a cool voice. The guy could read a phone book and make it sound interesting. Perhaps the best part of 100 MOST METAL MOMENTS is commentator Brian Posehn, one of the most underrated comedians around today. He isn't seen to often during the mini-series, but when he does, it's a real treat. His jokes are hilarious and it's clear he knows a lot about metal. If only there had been more comedians like Posehn, I might have given this a 9. As it is, I give it an 8. Hopefully, VH1 will put it on DVD some time in the near future.


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