The New York club scene was brought to full attention when two youngsters appeared on a daytime talk show. One of those club kids was Michael Alig who was played by Macaulay Culkin in the controversial feature PARTY MONSTER. Director Ramon Fernandez continues the story about Alig and a fatal situation that shocked the world in the latest documentary Glory Daze : The Life and Times of Michael Alig. Osiris Entertainment has released the feature on VOD last night and it’s a compelling story you don’t want to miss.
Highly-anticipated crime documentary Glory Daze : The Life and Times of Michael Alig has been acquired for release through Osiris Entertainment.
Like the film Party Monster (which starred Macaulay Culkin as Alig), Glory Daze details the meteoric rise and shocking fall of Alig in the New York nightlife scene of the mid 80’s to the mid 90’s. Alig, as you’ll recall, was a prominent figure in the nightclub scene in the ‘80s and ‘90s until the murder of a friend derailed his career and ruined his reputation.
The movie includes interviews with Alig, Patricia Field, Kenny Kenny, Johnny Dynell, Michael Musto, R. Couri Hay and Steve Lewis, the officer who arrested the renowned ‘party monster’.
Film is written and directed by Ramon Fernandez.
Glory Daze : The Life and Times of Michael Alig will be released on VOD August 16.