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Some kind of monster MetallicaBlu-Ray

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Blu-Ray TextSome kind of monster - 10th Anniversary Edition
GenreThrash Metal
Media formatBlu-ray & DVD
Media PackagingAmaray
Available since 12.12.2014
Product code293543
Original title:
Metallica: Some Kind of Monster
Actors:, , , ,
Movie director:
Play time: 136 min.
Audio:Dolby Digital 5.1
Image ratio:1:1,33/4:3

To the 10th anniversary for the first time on Blu-ray: THE Metallica-documentation in the 2014 version with new feature "This monster lives" (25 minutes bonus interview with the band)!
"Some Kind Of Monster" is a unique music documentary that accompanies the band Metallica in their self-discovery process. Through interviews, concert recordings and video footage from everyday situations, Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky put together the picture of Metallica. Some Kind Of Monster is a successful insight into the social fabric called Metallica.

The Blu-ray comes with bonus-DVD (SD-material).

Language English DD 5.1
Subtitles German/English/Turkish/Arabian/Bulgarian/Polish/Romanian/Czech/Hungarian
Screen size/Sound 1:1,33/4:3
Multi-channel sound Dolby Digital 5.1
DVD-Features Interviews, Featurette

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Metallica fan or not, this movie is a must watch

Metallica had a difficult time period between 1999 and 2003. A lot of stuff was going down and this documentary shows what went on for the band but also for the individuals in their private lives. It is a great movie showing how times can be challenging being a musician and deciding whether or not to continue making music together.

I personally am a Metallica fan, but I have shown this movie to a lot of people who don;t like them or have never heard of them and they enjoyed this because it is a deep look into reality.

It shows you the making of the album 'St Anger', granted thats not peoples' favourite Metallica moment but it is still a part of their career.

I already own the DVD but I will be picking this up on blu ray straight away as it is a phenomenal view into the minds of the biggest metal band going.

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