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Published on Jul 15, 2010
See the whole feature film HEAVY METAL PICNIC now on DVD with over two hours of extras. "As close to a sequel to HEAVY METAL PARKING LOT as you're going to get!" Joe and Nick, Found Footage Festival.
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Produced by Jeff Krulik, John Heyn, Rudy Childs, Billy Gordon Edited by Greg DeLiso
from the AFI Silver program: Produced and presented by the team behind cult hit HEAVY METAL PARKING LOT (Jeff Krulik and John Heyn), HEAVY METAL PICNIC is a celebration of mid-'80s Maryland rock and roll and heavy metal, by those who lived--and survived--it. The film focuses on the 1985 Full Moon Jamboree, a weekend field party bacchanal that took place at "The Farm," home to a cast of colorful characters who lived and partied alongside unamused neighbors in the McMansions of Potomac. The Full Moon Jamboree, an affair so raucous that it made the evening news, was the field party to end all field parties, and much of it was recorded using a home video camera and a stolen CBS News microphone swiped from the Reagan Inauguration earlier that year. Twenty-five years later, we revisit the scene and meet the people behind the party, as well as the musicians who performed there, including mid-Atlantic doom metal icons Asylum.