In 1981, Subterranean Records released a compilation of bands, which had performed at Club Foot throughout it's first couple years. In February 2010, several of these bands participated in a 30 year reunion show at the Cafe Dunord, which was documented in the digital film; Club Foot: Moving In The Direction of History. The story of the beginnings of Club Foot and the individual bands is told by the Master of Ceremonies; Mr. Lucky and features original members of The Alterboys, The Longshoremen, The Bay of Pigs and a Sound installation by Matt Heckert.
Also featured in the digital film, is The Club Foot Orchestra which grew out of Club Foot in 1983 and continues it's legacy; composing and playing music for classic silent films such as, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, Nosferatu, and Buster Keaton's Sherlock Jr.
Club Foot: Moving in the Direction of History was made by Tom Wheeler. with the help of Pad McLaughlin, both members of The Invertebrates; who managed Club Foot from 1981-85.