Kill the Matador: Stop 1, INSIGHT LA

posted by / News / March 14, 2013

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Finally — the long awaited US film tour of Kill the Matador, Patrick Pearse‘s visual biopic of Otis Carey, debuted its naked self at INSIGHT LA, our first stop.

The store was jam-packed, with folks coming from all over to witness the mayhem, and to meet, greet the film’s talent Otis as well as filmmaker Patrick, and to participate in a heavy dose of good vibes, booze, and ear candy with a very special live performance by Hotel Mexico.

Otis’s foggy recount of the night went something like this: “…some even cried. I know I nearly cried when the film shat itself half-way through. We all tapped our feet and high five’d each other while sipping on some PBR and Peligroso. I blame those tequilas for getting us kicked out of our hotel room [and having to drive all the way back down to San Clemente, whilst Mr. Paddy Pearse woke up next to the girl of his dreams].” Yeah, it was pretty good.

Next stop: Aloha Sunday (March 14th), Thalia Surf (March 21st), and up both coasts.

Big thanks goes out to PBR, PELIGROSO, HOTEL MEXICO and NATHANETICS!

See the rest of the madness captured by LE PANDA