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‘Lemmy’ Documentary Lands in Multiplexes Soon

Paul Inder

Heavy metal’s most notorious badass — that’d be Motörhead bassist/vocalist Lemmy Kilmister — will rear his ruffian head in multiplexes this January as the subject of the critically-acclaimed documentary ‘Lemmy: 49% Motherf—er, 51% Son of a B—-.’ If you miss the theatrical run, you won’t have to wait long for the DVD, as it’s scheduled for release on Feb. 15. You can never have enough Lemmy in your life.

Noisecreep saw the film in March, and it was incredibly compelling, as it deconstructed the mythos of Lemmy and offered an unprecedented portrait of Lemmy the man, Lemmy the metal musician and Lemmy the transplanted bad ass! Check out this sneak peak of the film, where the filmmakers tour Lemmy’s Los Angeles digs, which he admits holds more stuff than a museum.

Exact dates and locations of the theatrical release have not yet been determined, and the DVD will feature four hours of bonus material spread over two discs.

Motörhead’s ‘The World is Yours’ is out in February as well, so 2011 will be the year of Lemmy.

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