Heavy Metal Cinema: Rock, Shock And Schlock

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Screening Room in San Francisco, California is presenting a series of films under the banner "Heavy Metal Cinema: Rock, Shock and Schlock" on September 9, 14, 16, 23 and 30. The following is a brief description of the series, as posted at SFStation.com: "Heavy metal rock music has always offered a form of rebellion against authority to young people. This series examines this phenomenon, examining its nihilistic dark aspects, its craftsmanship, as well as its campy, histrionic tendencies." Movies slated to be shown during the series are as follows: "Stunt Rock", "Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare", "Metal Storm: The Scandinavian Black Metal Wars", "Extreme Metal Underground Music Videos - The State of the Headbanger Cult" and "Good to See You Again, Alice Cooper". More information is available at SFStation.com.


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