Burzum main man, convicted murderer and noted online crank Varg Vikernes is very upset about the upcoming Lords of Chaos film that portrays the notorious rise of black metal in Norway in the early Nineties. Ol' Count Grishnackh is peeved about a bunch of things regarding the movie, claiming there's numerous inaccuracies regarding what actually happened and that the director, former Bathory drummer Jonas Akerlund, took liberties in creating characters that have no real-life counterpart for the sake of the film. Varg is particularly mad at the fact that Emory Cohen, who portrays him, is — in his words — a "fat Jewish actor." He calls the entire thing a "character murder" and "a lot of made-up crap." Vikernes previously expressed his distaste for the project in general, releasing a video a couple of years ago criticizing the film for never reaching out to anybody actually involved in the scene. Don't expect a commentary track from Vikernes on a Blu-Ray release any time soon.
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