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Legalize Murder (2007)

Pop culture journalist Dominic Dalrymple spends a week with Black Metal artists Vic & Jack Norseman in Wales, attempting to investigate this most feared musical genre and apparent threat to society.

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Nick Warden

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Nick Warden
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Phillip Adams Phillip Adams ... Jack Norseman
Tommy Gunn Davies Tommy Gunn Davies ... Bryn Stone
Amy Quant Amy Quant ... Tara Leona
Tim Ramsey Tim Ramsey ... Fire Hammer
Joseph Salerno Joseph Salerno ... Vic Norseman
Marc Thomas Marc Thomas ... Little Ernie
Jez Warden Jez Warden ... Fozzy
Nick Warden Nick Warden ... Dominic Dalrymple
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Pop culture journalist Dominic Dalrymple spends a week with Black Metal artists Vic & Jack Norseman in Wales, attempting to investigate this most feared musical genre and apparent threat to society.

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UK

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English

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2 July 2007 (UK) See more »

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£2,000 (estimated)
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Loved it!
11 May 2008 | by ian-lordSee all my reviews

Hmmm well I personally loved this, I found it very accurately portrayed, as a friend put it, "Everything that's wrong with Black Metal." I wouldn't be at all surprised if the film-makers got death-threats for this from exactly the people this film is parodying, which in a way would prove their point.

What made it work for me is that the Norseman brothers very much reminded me of people I have seen of even hung out with, even right down to the mannerisms and speech patterns.

The film-makers are clearly very well aware of their subject matter, and whilst not everyone will get it, especially if they aren't all that familiar with the genre, this worked great for me, especially as I played in a Black Metal band for about five years.

Purists and pedants might pick holes in certain places, such as the Varg Vikernes poster being on the wall despite the fact that in 1990 when the film is supposed to be set Burzum had barely recorded a note, but at the end of the day this film is not concerned about being "Tr00", in fact they'd probably be happy if people got worked up about such things, once again it would prove their point.

Not quite sure what the ending was about, maybe they couldn't think of a way to end it, but hey when you're drunk who cares?


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