R | | Biography, Crime, Drama
Based on the true story of Michael Alig, a Club Kid party organizer whose life was sent spiraling down when he bragged on television about killing his drug dealer and roommate.
2 January 2005 | Colette Corr
6 | So bad, it's good - a guilty pleasure, if not quite as hedonistic as the lives of the club kids themselves
Party Monster is based on the true story of 80s club kid and promoter, Michael Alig, infamous for his bizarre New York ...
The "Club Kids" were a real group of people in the 1980s, young people (usually twenty five was considered too old) who would go to clubs and make themselves into celebrities with bizarre antics and self-styled images. The Club Kids made their ... ...
Talk Show Host:
Is it true your son Michael turned you on to the pill ecstacy?
Elke: He told me it was a headache pill.
Talk Show Host: And what happened when you took it?
Elke: Well, my headache went away.
In the "party at the burger joint" scene, one club kid is seen dancing around with a bottle of Bacardi O in his hand. Bacardi O was not around in the 80s.
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