Meat Loaf: To Hell and Back Reviews
Description:ISBN B001G9MJUS / Released by: VH1 / Type: TV movie / "Meat Loaf" Aday is an overgrown Texas youngster, the son of a gentle woman dying of cancer and an alcoholic, abusive father. Tormented by his father and schoolmates over his size, he strikes out on his own after his ... more
Meat Loaf: To Hell and Back ... mother's death, in an impossible task to prove himself to the world and to himself. A chance audition for a musical leads him to join forces with composer Jim Steinman, and together the two make music history with the operatic rock album "Bat Out of Hell." But the demons that drive Meat Loaf aren't assuaged by success, and eventually he must come to terms with them.
Newest Review: ... of Meatloaf, beginning with his childhood. Standing out from the other kids at school because of his size, Meatloaf is picked ... more
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by - written on 22/10/11 (Very useful, 112 readings)
I've recently become a Sky customer and am obsessed with checking the movie channels for interesting titles that I can record and watch at my leisure. I've always been a fan of Meatloaf's music so when I spotted the biographical film, Meatloaf: to Hell and Back, this was one that I was very keen to see. The film was made by music channel VH1 and produced for television. You can catch it on the movie channels like I did, or there is a DVD version available to buy from www.amazon.co.uk. ===DETAILS=== Released: 2000 Running time: 1 hour 27 minutes Directed by: Jim McBride Starring: W. Earl Brown, Dedee Pfeiffer, Zachary Throne ... Read the complete review