A spoof of 1960's Drive-In flicks, 'I Was a Teenage Werebear' features five rock and roll musical numbers in a mash-up of Roger Corman and John Waters that follows a day in the life of closeted new kid Ricky O'Reilly (played by Sean Paul Lockhart, aka adult film superstar Brent Corrigan) who falls for Malibu High's mysterious bad boy Talon (Anton Troy). When aroused, the two transform into bestial leather daddies, the titular 'werebears'.
Did You Know?
Because of the rushed schedule, the actors had to lip synch to recordings of composer Patrick Copeland
and re-dub the songs after filming was completed. See more
Mr. Paisley is a featured dancer during "Room for All (Everybody's Gay)" despite the fact he was brutally beheaded in the previous scene. See more
Although this short is featured in the film Chillerama
, the stand-alone festival version is longer and ends on a completely different note, with Sean Paul Lockhart
performing a gay anthem entitled "Room for All." The song was included in the original Comic-Con screening of 'Chillerama,' but it was decided that the tone of the ending was wrong for the compilation film. Subsequently, writer/director Tim Sullivan
began independently selling DVD-Rs of the "Hairy & Uncut Ultimate Edition," which included the longer version of the film, an exclusive 5.1 audio mix and a variety of other extras which were excluded from the "Chillerama" disc. See more
Do the Werebear (and Let the Werebear Do You)
Written by Tim Sullivan
and Patrick Copeland
Performed by Anton Troy
, Thomas Christopher Colby
and Chris Staviski See more