This makes the band and their entourage (especially Phil Towle) seem much more human than the movie. Fascinating insight into Metallica and the film-making process.Published 1 month ago by i_like_cheese
This really adds to the movie, gives some background of the making and the thought process behind it.Published 7 months ago by lauren
This is a fascinating read behind the scenes and between the lines of the film. I cannot recommend it highly enough. I wish i had read the book immediately after seeing the film. Read morePublished on December 13, 2011 by James W. Matson
This Monster Lives; the follow-up book to Joe Berlinger's film-documentary Some Kind Of Monster.
When I picked up the hardcover version I had no idea that this book (or... Read more
Caution to those who want to read about Metallica (you won't get to with this book). Like others I was disappointed when I started to read this book and found out that soooo much... Read morePublished on December 18, 2007 by Charles D. Simpson
The book let me down in a lot of ways. I guess it just wasn't what I had expected. I was hoping for an inside account of how Metallica wrote the lyrics and created the music in a... Read morePublished on January 1, 2007 by Anonymous
I enjoyed the book where it was talking about Metallica but I have to agree with other folks comments about the writers going on and on about their past documentaries as if by... Read morePublished on May 6, 2005 by Larry M
the book completes the story told in the film. film is part 1 and the book is part 2 of some kind of monster.
**I saw megadeth live on april 3rd, 2005. Read more
This book, as it says on the cover, is the inside story of the hit film "Metallica: Some Kind of Monster". Read morePublished on March 27, 2005 by A. Vegan