LEMMY-Narrated 'Mind Of The Demon' Film To Be Screened At SLAMDANCE

January 20, 2010

"Mind Of The Demon: The Larry Linkogle Story", a documentary film narrated by MOTÖRHEAD's frontman Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister, will be screened at the following film festivals (which run in conjunction with Sundance Film Festival):



Treasure Mountain Inn
255 Main Street
Park City, UT

Screening dates and times:

Saturday, January, 23 at 10:00 a.m.
Tuesday, January 26 at 10:30 p.m.

***X-Dance: Action Sports Film Festival


X-dance Theatre
272 S. Main St.
Salt Lake City, UT

Screening date and time:

Sunday, January 24 at 7:35 p.m.

"Mind Of The Demon: The Larry Linkogle Story" features original music from SUICIDAL TENDENCIES, Greg Hetson of CIRCLE JERKS, REDD KROSS and BAD RELIGION, Jason Hill of LOUIS XIV and Marco D. Leone, with additional music from MOTÖRHEAD and BLACK FLAG. Writer, director and producer Adam Barker says, "From my first day of working with Larry, I knew that Lemmy had to narrate the film. There was no second choice. Larry is the overlord of FMX and Lemmy is the overlord of metal. When we asked Lemmy backstage at one of his concerts to sign on, I told him there was no second choice… and if he died we'd be fucked. Lemmy said, 'I'd blast up from hell and still do it!!' True story."

A synopsis of the documentary: "'Mind Of The Demon: The Larry Linkogle Story' is a dark, analytical look into the psyche of one of the most talented, yet aggressively self-destructive minds of our generation. Larry Linkogle is a world-record holding dirt-bike legend, who fought to help kick-start the freestyle motocross revolution. But as the sport gained unexpected fame so did Larry's battles with his inner demons, and he slowly spiraled out of control — lost to drugs and violence. Incredible archival footage, colorful characters and interviews with all of the industry's top names rebuild the thrilling story of the birth of freestyle motocross, and the gritty demise of the sport's most infamous legend. Past and present story lines creatively intertwine to drive the film toward one of only two possible conclusions: a nosedive straight into a black hole or one of the most unlikely inspirational comeback stories of all time."

A trailer for "Mind Of The Demon: The Larry Linkogle Story" can be viewed below.

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