Iron Maiden: Flight 666

Iron Maiden: Flight 666

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A rock-umentary that follows the band on the first leg of their Somewhere Back In Time World Tour in February and March of 2008, as they experience the most ambitious and adventurous tour in rock history. More

Shot in High Definition, with digital surround sound and mixed by the bands producer Kevin 'Caveman' Shirley, Flight 666 brings to the screen all the drama, excitement and hysteria that followed the band around the world every time 'Ed Force One' (the band's private plane) touched down in a new country. Documents the intensity of Iron Maiden's punishing schedule and the pressures of ensuring every performance matches the energy of their expectant fans.

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2009Rating: M, contains coarse language112 minsUSA
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Iron Maiden: Flight 666 | Reviews

Stuff

Stuff

A movie that fans of the band should definitely see, but the virtuosity of the Maiden musicians is something to behold for any music fan and the story of their ambitious tour is a fascinating look inside the logistics of the rock and roll lifestyle.

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New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

Up the Irons indeed. A film for both metal fans and music lovers alike...

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