If you move to LA you’re definitely going to shoot at Club Ed at some point.
Club Ed is a movie set in the high desert that was built in 1990 for the Dennis Hopper film “Eye of the Storm.” After the movie’s shooting was complete, the crew felt that the classic Route 66 set was too good to tear down and so Club Ed was born and named after Ed, who was the caretaker.
The day started off nice enough but all hell broke loose once we got into the serious filming. Come watch this video!
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