Until the Light Takes Us
Directed by Aaron Aites, Audrey Ewell
UNTIL THE LIGHT TAKES US tells the story of black metal. Part music scene and part cultural uprising, black metal rose to worldwide notoriety in the mid-nineties when a rash of suicides, murders, and church burnings accompanied the explosive artistic growth and output of a music scene that would forever redefine what heavy metal is and what it stands for to other musicians, artists and music fans world-wide. Until The Light Takes Us goes behind the highly sensationalized media reports of "Satanists running amok in Europe" to examine the complex and largely misunderstood principles and beliefs that led to this rebellion against both Christianity and modern culture.
The story of black metal; go behind the highly sensationalized media reports of "Satanists running amok in Europe" to examine the complex and largely misunderstood principles and beliefs that led to this rebellion against both Christianity and modern culture.
Cast: Gylve “Fenriz” Nagell, Varg “Count Grishnackh” Vikernes, Jan Axel “Hellhammer” Blomberg, Kjetil “Frost” Haraldstad, Harmony Korine
Interviews with some of the leading death metal influencers in the genre. I found it amazingly interesting but if u don’t like that style of music you may want to pass.
what a bunch of cry babies seriously. Their is these idiots are totally bored . What a bunch of posers lets be evil lol. the most inarticulate morons how is this any having to do with horror
ok these dude are some of the most inarticulate people ive ever heard and winey as hell omg total cry baby 😭😭😭😭😭 total posers
Heavy metal and horror movies go hand-in-hand. Especially this one. Watch it
This was all right. I have limited knowledge of the subject, but this was a good look at the personalities that made up such an explosive (pardon the pun) scene. Not really about the music, so I might go to another movie for a better look into that. My favorite interviews were by the two who seemed left behind. Neither dead or in jail, they have to cope with the aftermath and runaway success of the genre.