Slipknot: A Tell All Documentary

artist: slipknot date: 02/27/2006 category: upcoming releases
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Slipknot: A Tell All Documentary
The Industry Bomb (website) is currently hosting a short trailer for free of the documentary movie called "A Clown Short Of Destiny", spanning a decade (1995-2005) about the true history of Slipknot and the Des Moines, Iowa local music scene. The film centers around countless shocking truths about Slipknot, specifically Shawn "Clown" Crahan, that have been purposely hidden for years. The documentary was made by Chad Calek, who has also directed videos projects for Bleeding Through, Index Case and a short documentary on Taking Back Sunday for AMP Energy Drink. Those that are members of The Industry Bomb can watch this online reality TV show called "Walk the Walk - The Battle To Release A Clown Short of Destiny", which follows the process of releasing the film and the struggles that go along with putting out as film as controversial as this. The first episode, which is funny as hell in my opinion, was shot in Park City, at the film festival, so you get a chance to see the director go there and win the festival as well. An early report from an anonymous insider who caught a preview of the film at the Park City Film Festival described the film as having, "way more dirt that I expected, and alot of the shit Slipknot has pulled is going to leave the biggest of all Slipknot fans with a very sour taste in their mouth". Thanks for the info to SMN.
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