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Dark Planet: Visions of America

Re: Dark Planet: Visions of America
August 23, 2005, 06:34:10 PM
Infoterror (Steve Rogers) review appearing on Amazon.com shortly:


Introduction for outsiders to skinheads, black metal, straight edge and zealot culture, August 24, 2005
Reviewer: infoterror "chaos" (new york city)

This movie is not a teenage celebration of these genres, but an attempt to explain why they came about, namely what they think is wrong with society and how they hope to fix it. Its strengths are its structure and clarity; its weakness is the tedious nature of most people and subgenres. The Christians come out looking the best, with the black metallers following. I like (some) black metal, (some) hardcore and am not a Christian except in the Schopenhauerian sense of spiritual "quietude," however, I was impressed with the filmmaking and topic study of the independent underground documentary.

Re: Dark Planet: Visions of America
August 28, 2005, 03:51:11 PM
I just ordered this at my local Sun Coast video store.

I heard Averse Sefira and Noctuary is on here. ?