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Cradle of Filth: Pandaemonaeon (1999)

Cradle of Filth's first VHS tape, containing the 'From the Cradle to Enslave' promo video, a making-of documentary and concert footage of the band's June 5th 1998 gig at the London Astoria.

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David Barnard, Alex Chandon (co-director)
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Credited cast:
Stuart Anstis Stuart Anstis ... Himself / Guitars
Alex Chandon Alex Chandon
Eileen Daly Eileen Daly
Dani Filth ... Host
Lester Smith Lester Smith ... Himself / Keyboards (as Lecter)
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Cradle of Filth's first VHS tape, containing the 'From the Cradle to Enslave' promo video, a making-of documentary and concert footage of the band's June 5th 1998 gig at the London Astoria.

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UK

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English

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£20,000 (estimated)
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A fan will love it, others may find the content to short to buy it
21 August 2005 | by moviejudgeSee all my reviews

Nice DVD for the true CoF fan. It contains the video clip From the cradle to Enslave, both censured ans uncensored versions (the one you don't get to see on MTV:-)) You also get a making of the video, that shows you how creative they where to make those bloody images look so real. The disk also contains 5 live versions of the songs as Beneath the howling stars and Malice trough the looking glass. But I think you have to be a real fan to buy this one. With the live video's they made the DVD more interesting to buy, but compared to the most other music DVD's the content is less in duration. But real fans (as I am) will definitely find it worth to buy and won't regret it.


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