The year was 1985. Thousands of miles away from the sonic debauchery of the Sunset Strip, two teenage friends shared aspirations of glam rock grandeur. Freshly permed and taking a page straight out of Hit Parader, a hungry, determined band was born. Fame and fortune, however, remained out of reach and the group unceremoniously imploded...probably over some chick. Fast forward thirty years. Facing a mid-life crossroads, Kyle Kruger and Steve McClure set out on an improbable journey in order to fulfill their dreams of achieving rock & roll stardom. With credit cards maxed out and the 401K cashed in, the pair risk everything in hopes of reclaiming the magic they had as a band over a quarter century ago. It's a story about a lifelong friendship, insurmountable odds and dealing with the always present thought of "what if"? It's a tale of rediscovery, determination, triumphs and failures. Because first and last chances happen only once. Featuring candid interviews with some of the most ... Written by
Kyle Kruger & Steve McClure
First and last chances happen only once.
Did You Know?
Steve McClure is shown to have a This is Spinal Tap poster & action figures. Paul Shortino, of Quiet Riot and Rough Cutt fame, who appears in this film, actually had a very brief role in This is Spinal Tap, as Duke Fame , of which is parodied on the DVD Blooper Reel. See more
When Geoff Tate is introduced in an interview segment, he is referred to as being a member of "Operation Mind Crime." This is a typo; it should be spelled "Mindcrime," as one word. See more
Additional interview footage plays over the credits sequence. See more
References This Is Spinal Tap
Snuff Film Superstar
Written by Gordon Denhart
Performed by Never To Arise
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