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Just in time for Halloween comes a new documentary focusing on one of Earth's most frightening treats – volcanoes.Alas, Herzog has really pulled a trick on us. The film pretends to be investigating indigenous spiritual practices around volcanoes but never delivers.It was in that latter documentary that Herzog met and befriended Clive Oppenheimer, a Cambridge University volcanologist who acts as interviewer in the new film and whose book, "Eruptions That Shook the World," inspired it.It sometimes seems like Herzog did a bait-and-switch – promising to make a volcano film and really just using that as an excuse to travel to some cool places with a pal.
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