A fly on the wall look at all the madness and mayhem behind a busy heavy metal festival; Deborah Louise Robinson’s MADDER THAN A FULL MOON DOG is a hilarious look on stage, and back stage at The Full Moon Dog Festival 2012. The reality of this ‘rockumentary’ is what makes it so entertaining. Never before have I seen such raw and authentic footage – think Spinal Tap, but real!! This is a must for any fan of old school Heavy Metal.
After the untimely death of ASOMVEL founder member and frontman, Jay-Jay Winter, The Full Moon Dog Festival was born.
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As with most action films, Death Sentence isn’t blessed with believability, but Kevin Bacon is at his most convincing as Nick, the gentle natured office worker who finds himself waging war on the street gang who murdered his teenage son at a gas station.
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