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Metallimania (1997)

The wackiest, most dangerous, and drunkest rock and roll documentary ever made! Over 100 minutes of ridiculous debauchery with heavy metal's all time kings and their legion of maniacal fans... See full summary »

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Marc Paschke
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Credited cast:
Tom Araya ... Himself
Eric Braverman Eric Braverman ... Seshla the Wind Walker
Rob Halford ... Himself
Kirk Hammett ... Himself
James Hetfield ... Himself
Josh Homme ... Himself (as Joshua Homme)
Scott Ian ... Himself
Madonna ... Herself
Jim Martin ... Himself
Roland Mysterious Roland Mysterious ... Himself
Jason Newsted ... Himself
William Victor Salas William Victor Salas ... Himself
Lars Ulrich ... Himself
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The wackiest, most dangerous, and drunkest rock and roll documentary ever made! Over 100 minutes of ridiculous debauchery with heavy metal's all time kings and their legion of maniacal fans. Whether you love, hate, or could give a crap about Metallica, this film will have you passed out in the bushes! Written by Matt Strangwayes

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The most unreasonable rock and roll documentary ever produced!


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Followed by Airmania (1999) See more »

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Metallica Fans are Stupid!!!!
18 May 2009 | by Paulbg2000See all my reviews

That's what this documentary paints a picture of. The entire documentary is fans talking about the band just before the peak of their career. Most of the fans are drunk, stoned and like screaming and yelling. The interviewer keeps asking fans their opinions of the band and then asks them a question about world issues which of course makes them come off as idiotic. He also insists on interviewing fans who are too drunk to give a comprehensive answer. This is 109 minutes of drunks people repeating the same pointless information over and over again. "I'd kill my whole family to meet Metallica"...."I'd eat his dead family to see Metallica" is this serious? The host enjoys making fun of the fans and has a weird obsession with Rwanda and could definitely have made it a lot better with some basic interviewing skills..."Metallica Fans...Sanitary Department Hopefulls tomorrow" Hahaha...funny!

I wonder how the fans bashing Suicidal Tendencies think about the band now that Trujillo is in the band.

This is a frail attempt at film making, it's a grainy video transfer, has bad audio on it, flash flames of black from bad editing...a pretty poor attempt. Top it off with the fact that the band doesn't appear in the video at all.

Overall, this is just bad...I wouldn't recommend it to anyone even real fans of the band. You will just get upset over the negative portrayal it paints of the band and it's effect on people.


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