Ahead of the March digital and DVD release of the feature film, the filmmakers behind the new horror-comedy Hell’s Kitty have produced an exciting music video for their original song CHAINSAW KITTY. Hell’s Kitty the movie is distributed by Wild Eye Releasing On VOD and DVD starting March 13, 2018. The CHAINSAW KITTY music video was meant to reflect the often schizophrenic personality of the 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 movie Hell’s Kitty is about a Hollywood writer, who tries to find love in L.A. with a possessed and possessive pussycat named Angel, and features more horror icons than any movie in history. Guest stars include: Dale Midkiff(Pet Sematary), Doug Jones (The Shape of Water), Adrienne Barbeau (Swamp Thing), Ashley C. Williams (The Human Centipede), Kelli Maroney (Night of the Comet), Courtney Gains (The Children of the Corn), Barbara Nedelkajova (Hostel), and Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes); and costume work by Charles Chiodo (Killer Klowns From Outer Space). Lee Meriwether (Batman) known for her performance as Catwoman in both the original Batman movie and the TV series also makes a cameo in the film. Nina Hartley (Boogie Nights)has a bit part as a nightmarish zombie, too. 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 chain saws. 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!