"Death, thou too shalt die" does not seem to be a fitting statement for Death Metal. In this two-hour documentary, many exalted artists expound on a variety of subjects. The fact that the ... See full summary »
In a world of dolls and toys things are starting to go wrong. Abominations emerge in increasing number as people (dolls) grow more hateful and intolerant. Religions clash, cultures collide,... See full summary »
A tragic-comedy that finally offers an accurate representation of the heavy metal lifestyle, Bill Zebub's Metalheads stars Emily Thomas as a hard rock honey who just can't get enough of long hair, ripped jeans, and loud guitars.
A romantic couple run from the law after accidentally killing one of their friends. They encounter every imaginable monster that has appeared in horror movies in a modern day version of ... See full summary »
Follow the story of Jesus in this slapstick satire. With a name like "Jesus, the Total Douchebag" the movie should only be seen by people who enjoy blasphemous comedy, and as such, the ... See full summary »
You have never seen bands interviewed like this! Most metal celebrities never expect journalists to ask the most bizarre questions ever imagined, that is, unless they are familiar with "The... See full summary »
This is a comedy about a guy who watches an awful DVDr that was made by one of those fake directors who sell their crap at horror conventions and decides that he too will make a bad movie and sell it for $30 a copy.
"Death, thou too shalt die" does not seem to be a fitting statement for Death Metal. In this two-hour documentary, many exalted artists expound on a variety of subjects. The fact that the death metal has been hybridized but still identifiable as "Death Metal" after all these years means that it was NOT a passing trend. Indications are that the form will continue to exist, lest the enemies of all music (theft of songs) cut the bands down (a topic that is debated in the DVD). Written by