Ahead of March’s digital and DVD release of the genre film Hell’s Kitty, the filmmakers have produced an exciting music video for the original song “Chainsaw Kitty”.
The “Chainsaw Kitty” music video was meant to “reflect the often schizschizophrenic personality movie’s central antagonist – a supernatural, loving, but possessive cat named Angel.” The song is currently available on Amazon and Spotify; soon to be available on iTunes. The music video contains clips from the film and is available to watch here now.
Hell’s Kitty centers on a Hollywood writer who tries to find love in L.A. with a possessed and possessive pussycat named Angel and features several horror icons.
Guest stars include: Dale Midkiff (Pet Sema
The film is scheduled for release on VOD 3/13 and DVD 3/27 in by Wild Eye Releasing and will also screen at the Chinese theater, February 22, at 9:30pm, as a fundraiser for FIXNATION.org to benefit cats.
The writer/director Nicholas Tana (Sticky: A (Self) Love Story), who also appears in the film, worked closely with the Hell’s Kitty composer, Richard Albert (Losing Touch), to create music for the film that properly reflects the movie’s antagonist, Angel. Angel is a cute and loving cat with an evil, jealous side to her often onerous personality, both supernatural and schizophrenic.
“Chainsaw Kitty”, was written, performed, and recorded by Richard Albert(Losing Touch) with lyrics by Nicholas Tana (Sticky: A (Self) Love Story). The song was originally intended for a scene with Lou Ferrigno (The Incredible Hulk), in which the cat’s claws turned into chainsaws. Though that particular scene was never shot, the creators, Nicholas Tana, and producer Denise Acosta loved the music enough to include it in another scene involving Ashley C. Williams (The Human Centipede) and Barbara Nedeljakova (Hostel), rocking out to it on all fours!
ABOUT THE SOUNDTRACK – COMING SOON
The upcoming Hell’s Kitty soundtrack is to be released after distribution of the film in March by Wild Eye Releasing; however, is currently available for review. Appearing on the soundtrack is the Hell’s Kitty theme song, “My Pussy’s Possessed”, which is used as the central score throughout the film.
MY PUSSY’S POSSESSED was inspired by my love of the whimsical, haunting compositional style of Danny Elfman, those quirky but memorable Meow Mix commercials from the late 70s, and the stirring flying Monkey chants from The Wizard of Oz. The CATchy combination of rock, death metal, and (even) cheesy love songs, which the album contains, is enough to fulfill nine lives, and have you dancing so hard, you may not always land on your feet.” Writer-director Nicholas Tana has stated.
The music for the soundtrack was created as an international collaboration between writer/director, Nicholas Tana, who lives in The United States, and composer, Richard Albert, from Germany. Tana wrote most of the lyrics for the songs, as well as some of the melody lines and chord progressions. Richard Albert, produced, mastered, and contributed the music, and voca
The choice of musical styles available on the soundtrack, is meant to reflect the bizarre and twisted taste of the movie’s main antagonist, Angel, a fiery hell cat with a penchant for ear-shattering rock songs, and a weakness for cheesy 80’s love songs.” Composer Richard Albert said.
Also featured on the Hell’s Kitty soundtrack is “Brain Adamz”, and “Down Below”, and the pop-opera song, “Tonight You’re All I Need”, performed by HermanoBlanco (Nicaragua), produced by Richard Albert, with lyrics written by Nicholas Tana. “Tonight You’re All I Need” is reminiscent of artificial fireplaces, candles, and hallmark cards; a tribute to 70s love songs designed to get you laid. And it’s the most romantic love song ever written (for a cat, anyway).”
“Brain Adamz” is what Brian Adams might sound like if he played in a Death Metal band,” is how Albert describes the band’s sound.
Hell’s Kitty, produced by Denise Acosta, is available on all VOD platforms March 13, 2018, followed by its release on DVD on March 27th, 2018, via Wild Eye Releasing. Check out the video for “Chainsaw Kitty” below. You can snag your copy on Amazon, iTunes, CDBaby, or by visiting the official website.