Reviews and Problems with Iron Maiden: Flight 666 - The Film
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7 January 2012
Summary: An incredible Iron Maiden backstage pass! For fans, non-fans and devil-worshipers alike. IRON MAIDEN FLIGHT 666 is not just onstage footage coupled with staged interviews. It is backstage, onstage, offstage and everything in between, settling in comfortably with heavy metal band Iron Maiden on their...
Summary: I was checking out what was on TV the other night and found this tucked away after midnight. As a bit of a fan of Iron Maiden, (I've seen them a couple of times over the years) I thought I'd give it a go.
Summary: A documentary about heavy metal band Iron Maiden's 2008 Somewhere Back In Time world tour, in which the band flew fifty thousand miles around the world in a specially modified Boeing 757, playing twenty-three concerts in forty-five days.
An amazing "feel good ride" even for non-Maiden fans...
upperception (firstname.lastname@example.org), IMDb
6 November 2009
Summary: First off, i was into metal but not that much into Maiden, i always respected them but didn't listen to them very often. When the DVD started at a friend's place during a party i began watching "accidently"...
Summary: This is a review of the DVD release, as I was not one of the lucky ones near the limited release screening of the movie. If you are a longtime maiden fan, the film is a love letter to you and your brethren, shot by documentary crew consisting of fans.
Summary: On January 30th 2008, Maiden embarked on the first leg of their most adventurous tour: the "Somewhere Back in Time" tour. Their means of transportation was a Boeing 757, which carried the band, the fans, and the crew, as well as up to 12 tons of stage equipment. The pilot? Vocalist Bruce Dickinson.
Summary: This was written by me for a metal forum. I am in no way associated with Iron Maiden, DVD retailers, or any of the like. I am a lifelong Iron Maiden fan going back to 1982, and I wanted to share my take on the new DVD release.
Summary: The problem with many on-the-road documentaries and live band footage is that unless you're a dedicated fan, what you're seeing or hearing isn't going to mean much to you, and also, once you've seen the concert/backstage footage, how likely are you to really watch it over and over?
Summary: Honestly, Maiden put most bands to shame. To see a band that's been going for so long, who still puts on one of the largest and most energetic shows around night after night, across the planet, is as exhilarating as it is touching.