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Heavy Metal


Rodger Bumpass, Jackie Burroughs, Joe Flaherty, Harold Ramis View All


Len Blum (Screenplay), Daniel Goldberg (Screenplay), Gerald Potterton (Director) View All

Release: Aug. 7th, 1981
Runtime: 1 hour, 30 minutes
A glowing orb terrorizes a young girl with a collection of stories of dark fantasy, eroticism and horror.
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The futuristic New York with the taxi cab driver always had a special place in my heart. It could be because it was the segment with the boobies, but watching it again, I just dig the whole atmosphere of that segment..
In a series of stories connected by the presence of a mysterious glowing green sphere that seems to bring out the worst in people, aliens and space explorers and sexually adequate robots work their way through a series of conflicts.
The Gnat
It is interesting to see movies done purely with rock music and heavier rock music as, in general, that type of music isn't usually purely the back drop for a film.