Can't blame, it's a very niche subject matter after all.
But quite watchable nonetheless, even if you have just a passing interest in the origins of the various, more 'extreme' underground subgenres of commercial mainstream Heavy Metal. Gore hounds should get their fill in any case with a very graphic and almost too realistic suicide and two of the arguably most drawn-out and fvcking brvtal stabbings ever put on film.
Yeah, I was reading up on it before I posted the response to the thread. As soon as I saw a few names in it, I immediately began to piece together how it might be. At some point I'll find myself watching it, but given how slowly I tend to get to "recent" releases, it'll probably be a solid year out if not more before I ever do.
That said, if you're cool with it I'm going to pass this off to HiasX since I actually don't have anything to post. I just looked up "Gol Stave church in film" and happened to land on Lords of Chaos. Just in case they don't re-check the thread, here's a quote to make sure their notifications pick it up...
Oh nooooooo, to late :-(