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Party Monster (1998)

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Keoki ...
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Eric Bernat ...
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murder | heroin | shock | overdose | homosexual | See more »

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He came. He partied. He killed.


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12 February 1999 (USA)  »

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Party Monster: The Shockumentary  »

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Brian McCauley was Michael Alig's last boyfriend before Alig got arrested in their motel room in New Jersey See more »

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...And you thought YOU were messed up...
15 January 2002 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

fascinating. You can't help but watch. This documentary focuses more on the lives and attitudes of Alig and his circle than it does on the murder of Angel. Very strange people in very strange times. James St. James has written a very good book on the subject called DISCO BLOODBATH. The most chilling comment is when Alig says he wants a lighter sentence "so he can have a VCR, because if you are on death row, you can't have one..." You would love to dismiss these characters from your mind, but you can't, they haunt you.


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