In the early 90s, aspiring filmmaker (and 'General Hospital' regular) Ryan Sexton lugged a giant camcorder into some of the seediest clubs and the filthiest apartments in Hollywood. There he filmed hour upon hour of VHS footage of the jaw-droppingly offensive shock rock band The Mentors and their infamous lead singer, "El Duce." 30 years later, the team behind THE NIGHTMARE and ROOM 237 and the editor of LEAP OF FAITH: WILLIAM FRIEDKIN ON THE EXORCIST uncover this dusty stockpile of long forgotten—and unseen—footage. They begin to piece together a picture of the man under the black executioner's hood and what his willfully offensive act and controversial views might tell us about 21st century America. An incendiary, tragicomic documentary that sits somewhere between THE DECLINE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION and CRUMB, THE EL DUCE TAPES will chew you up, spit you out, and leave you floored.