The 20 Greatest Metal Films Of All Time: Heavy Metal Movies Author Mike “McBeardo” McPadden Counts Down The Heaviest Flicks Ever!

by (@BHSmithNYC)

Heavy Metal Parking Lot (1986)
Seventeen minutes of uncut headbanger bliss, Heavy Metal Parking Lot is a shot-on-camcorder visit with hopped-up heshers and rowdy rockers tailgating outside a Baltimore-area Judas Priest concert in 1986. Underage partying (to say the least) abounds among denim-vested hooligans, high-haired groupie hopefuls, and Zebraman, so named for the pattern on his skin-tight outfit, who unforgettably declares, “As far as I’m concerned, Madonna can go to hell! She’s a dick!”

Iron Maiden: Flight 666 (2009)
Iron Maiden: Flight 666 takes to the skies as it follows the power metal giants Iron Maiden on tour aboard their private jet, Ed Force One (named after the band’s famous zombie mascot, Eddie). None other than frontman Bruce Dickinson is the plane’s pilot and no Heavy Metal Movie moment is more heartfelt than when a Brazilian fan catches a drumstick and expresses his gratitude with 37 seconds of genuine, uncontrollable crying.

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