Promised Land of Heavy Metal

Promised Land of Heavy Metal

Promised Land of Heavy Metal is a documentary about Finland, the only country where heavy metal has become mainstream. Starring Alice Cooper, Mr Lordi, and Ville Valo.

Promised Land of Heavy Metal is a documentary about the history and philosophy of Heavy Metal and how it became such a big deal in a small country called Finland. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Promised Land of Heavy Metal torrent reviews

Cave R (fr) wrote: Abysmal. Poor Linda, what did they do to you? :(

Tom H (au) wrote: A great and brutal Chinese thriller.

Chris W (nl) wrote: the first half hour i didnt care much for but after that DAMN i enjoyed it different to other movies :D

Pedro O (ru) wrote: Cute movie, nothing further...

Randy R (br) wrote: A highly revealing insight to the science behind genetically altered food cells, its impact on capitalist global agriculture and economies as well corporate patent laws on seed and corporate infiltration of U.S. government agencies, policies, and oversight. A great film that exposes the potential dangers of biotechnology on both the environment and human health and once again, another insight to the corruption of corporate and political America.

Cherisse L (ca) wrote: This Movie is Jankie

Joel D (es) wrote: Yet another superb slasher from the Italian Hitchcock which pulses with a pressing tension and style simply not presented by directors of the modern day.

Mikoj D (ca) wrote: Aguirre is one of the movies that I wouldn't reccomend anybody to see, even thought I can't say anything negative about it. The action is slow and kind of calm for a movie about dwelling slowly into madness. As a twist on a classic "Heart of Darkness" formula, Werner Herzog's movie is definitely good, but may be too "weird" for mainstream audience.

Thomas B (fr) wrote: Grade - C+Its got some good laughs and a good performance from Dwayne Johnson, but 'Central Intelligence' doesn't always hit the mark, and some pacing isssues and a convoluted narrative hold it back from being the comedy great it could have been. That's not to say there aren't great elements to it, though.