Shorts by Jeff Krulik

Heavy Metal Parking Lot

John Heyn and Jeff Krulik filmed Judas Priest fans in a concert arena parking lot in suburban Maryland. Thirty years later, Heavy Metal Parking Lot is hailed as one the greatest rock documentaries ever. It’s a definitive cultural touchstone for the 1980s metal scene: spandex, big hair, denim, mullets, muscle cars, and beer. Heavy Metal Parking Lot launched a ...Read More

Heavy Metal Parking Lot Alumni: Where Are They Now?

Twenty years later, the producers of “Heavy Metal Parking Lot” track down and interview some of the heavy-metal fans originally featured in the 1986 cult classic.

Neil Diamond Parking Lot

From the creators of Heavy Metal Parking Lot, this 'sequel' (filmed a decade later), captures fans gathering in the Capital Centre parking lot for a Neil Diamond concert.

Harry Potter Parking Lot

The 1999 entry in the "Parking Lot" saga from the creators of Heavy Metal Parking Lot, this time with the children's book phenomenon. "It was more of a Harry Potter Sidewalk than a Parking Lot, but it was another attempt to further expand our ‘franchise.’ I knew the Harry Potter phenomenon was big, but had no clue that it would become enormous. I’m glad that I was o...Read More

Mr. Blassie Goes to Washington

"Classy" Freddie Blassie, revered as the King of Men, tours Washington D.C.

King of Porn

Meet Ralph Whittington, who amassed one of the largest private collections of pornography ever. His collection can now be seen and studied at the Museum of Sex in New York City. "Taped in 1994 while on assignment for a Discovery Channel demo reel, I diverted the crew during lunch to shoot Ralph on an extended lunch break from the Library of Congress. Coincidental...Read More

Ernest Borgnine on the Bus

One of America's most beloved, Oscar-winning actors hits the road to explore this grand and glorious land of ours in this unique documentary, which is part travelogue, part biography, and part talk show. Hop a ride with Ernest Borgnine on his 400-foot luxury bus, the Sunbum, as he drives across America, or talks with real, down-to-Earth people, and spends some quali...Read More

Bring Me The Head of Butch Willis

"We used existing Butch Willis material in our ongoing crusade (at the time) to expose more people to Butch. I was long retired as 'manager,' but still a fan, and I remain one today." - Jeff Krulik