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Heavy Metal Movie Full Version 1981
the animation is as good as it gets. it’s as if heavy metal magazine had finally been brought to life. the production values are high, and the animation is brilliant. the special effects are amazing, with particularly great work on the loc-nar. there’s one sequence where the loc-nar looks inside the ship with an x-ray vision, and it’s absolutely breathtaking. overall, the animation is the best of its kind. the animation was later used in the e.t. remake, and many other animated films.
each of the eight tales in the feature-length heavy metal comprises a separate section of the movie. visually, the animation is crisp and a cut above the previous work. using carefully placed black outline animation within each story, the film is distinguished by its unique animation style that is very different from that of the other columbia/tristar releases. these animated shorts are a feast for the eyes and ears and are very entertaining and educational.
heavy metal’s existence was a magazine that appeared between january 1982 and april 1986. the magazine had a monthly circulation of approximately 120,000 copies and was edited by andy mccoy. it featured such articles as „who killed bambi?“ and „heavy metal’s quest for the perfect weapon“. some of the stories were reprinted from comic books and other publications. heavy metal was also notable for its bizarre articles and its extensive use of the term „heavy metal“, a musical genre. in fact, the magazine’s mascot was a green orb with a head that resembled a heavy-metal guitar. the magazine ceased publication in april 1986, and was replaced by another magazine called power metal. the heavy metal magazine’s mascot, the „heavy metal“ logo, was later adopted by the successor title to heavy metal, metal hammer.
language is strong (including fuck, motherfucker, asshole, and damn), with some f–king, s–t, and the n-word. characters kill each other; fight with guns, swords, and spears; and cut each other up with those weapons. characters fight for the love of loc-nar, and are eaten by it; a young man is torn apart. one character is eaten by loc-nar; a young boy is sliced in half; and a pregnant woman dies in childbirth. there’s strong innuendo, toplessness, and full frontal nudity; a man and a woman are in bed together, with the woman in the nude, kissing and having sex; a woman (in bed) blows a man’s brains out with her gun; two characters snort a white substance that makes them spacey. one character performs a sexual act on another; characters eat an enemy.
a cult-classic animated anthology film, heavy metal is about a mysterious glowing green ball of energy called the loc-nar that corrupts and destroys everything it touches. there is a lot of violence, including fatal dismemberment; fighting; shooting; beheading; a woman being slashed with a sword; a man being sliced in half; a young woman being sliced in half; a baby being sliced in half; a young man being shot; and a large character being shot. there is strong language, including the n-word, f–k, s–t, and a–hole; and strong innuendo, including getting blown up, getting stoned, and breasts.
it is also important to note that the graphic novel and film version of heavy metal are not canon, but have only appeared together on the big screen. the graphic novel version does not include all the same material. for example, the graphic novel does not include additional scenes of captain sternn, and the structure of the story is slightly different, with different characters in some scenes.