METALLICA: 'Some Kind Of Monster' DVD To Surface In January?

According to U.K. online retailer Play.com, the two-disc DVD release of the METALLICA documentary "Some Kind of Monster" is scheduled for January 24, 2005 with a retail price of £19.99 (approx $36.50 U.S.). No official announcement has been made regarding the DVD release as of yet. "Some Kind Of Monster" is still showing in theaters around the world. Click here to access the Play.com order page and view the DVD cover art.

Joe Berlinger, who directed the movie along with Bruce Sinofsky, had previously stated that "Some Kind of Monster" would be available in VHS and DVD format early next year in what was likely to be two editions: a double-disc set composed of the movie and plenty of bonus footage, and a four-disc box featuring the movie plus as much as four and a half hours of edited footage that didn't make the film. No further information is currently available.

(Thanks: The 4 Horsemen)

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