This was actually billed as a “triple-feature.” First the crowd was welcomed with Tales Of The Larb (hope that’s the right name) which is Sam Hitz’ incredible animation. Next up was the main event, Hesh Law. And last but by no means least was the Rick and Buddy directed horror short film Blood Shed—all at a drive-in in San Diego’s South Bay! Oh man, where to begin. Eh, you can’t really. You’re gonna have to experience it all for yourself. Stand out parts seemed to be Truman Hooker and Taylor Bingaman. The montages of the older guys skating tranny were epic. Filmed on location in China, South America, and Ramona. The whole drive-in vibe was simply awesome. It felt like being in a 1950s greaser movie where the whole town goes to the drive-in on a Friday night. There were old cars, motorcycles, hot chicks, beer everywhere—I gotta hand it to Creature, I’ve been to a lot of video premieres, but this one was definitely one for the books.
The screen that welcomed the fiends.
Steve Clare n them rolled up.
O Dog in leather.
Paul Sewell and Cuong Lieng ready to take in some Hesh.
The wild things were in the snack bar.
The snack bar chili kept us warm.
Catch the recap at toshscorner.com
Slash was on the scene.
Matt Hensley and Skin trekked down from Carlsbad.
JT Rhoades, no job no worries.
Shuriken, Tyler, and P Kid
Marius made it back from Spain…
The people want Truman Hooker.
Weird Wild Things ran across the screen.
Tom Grom and Cuong.
Go here and it will all make sense.
The video played with TJ in the background.
This might be Truman getting buck.
Not a bad way to watch a premiere.
Lots of oldies cruising around.