While Toki and Abigail remain in the clutches of Magnus Hammersmith and the Metal Masked Assassin, the remaining members of Dethklok carry on with their lives while pretending not to care. ...
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While Toki and Abigail remain in the clutches of Magnus Hammersmith and the Metal Masked Assassin, the remaining members of Dethklok carry on with their lives while pretending not to care. But as their guilt mounts and their fans become increasingly restless with Toki's absence, they realize that they must find a way to rescue their brother.Written by
True to Dethklok! One of the best ways to spend 46 minutes of your life.
Im not going to lie... I was a bit skeptical when I heard about a Metalocalypse Opera but after sitting through the first 5 minutes of the movie all my fears were quickly washed away!
I'm a massive Metalocalypse fan, been one since day one. The over the top black humor and references along with the all the wonderful satire and cliché's make it without a doubt one of the best TV shows of the last 10 years in my opinion and this 46 minute special is absolutely on par with the rest of the shows material. Its big, its dark, its bombastic and it stays true to the shows comedy styling, it's hilarious.
If you are expecting a 46 minute episode then you will be disappointed. It is exactly what it says it is, an Opera. There is singing and music throughout the entire movie so if you are one of those people that just can't stand musicals then maybe this one isn't for you. I am usually like that but I found this an absolute joy to sit through.
I'm not going to go through the story of the film as I think that's something that you should find out for yourself but the story of the movie does pick up where Season 4 left off. If you are a Metalocalypse fan or even just a fan of heavier music or the darker side of comedy I'd say that this is definitely for you. It is undoubtedly one of the hidden gems of 2013, Brendon Small has done it again!
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