The Prodigy's 'World's On Fire' Blasts Into Cinemas
MTV UK went to check out the Firestarter band's first flick...
The Prodigy have previewed their first feature-length film, World's On Fire, which blasts onto cinemas screens across the country tonight.
Recorded at the band's Warrior's Dance Festival at the Milton Keynes BowlWATCH THE TRAILER FOR THE PRODIGY'S WORLD'S ON FIRE HERE!
After a short film of the Essex group's Invaders Must Die tour in Brazil, the 84-minute piece begins in an eerie, deserted Milton Keynes and with a visit to the city’s tourism office to speak to general manager, Jackie Inskipp.
Inskipp talks up activities in Milton Keynes – tea dances, life drawing, garden exhibitions – but we all know something a little more mind-blowing is just around the corner…
What hits you is 17 bone-shaking live tracks in 5.1 surround sound, in what must be one of the most intense visual experiences you will ever have in a cinema.
There are huge anthems, massive mosh-pits, spectacular pyrotechnics, countless crowd ejections and bucket loads of sweat throughout, as The Prodigy prove why they are one of the best live acts on the planet.
It may melt your eyes, it may shatter your ear drums, but for fans is it absolutely unmissable.
By Ben Lowe