As we told you at the end of October, director Albert Pyun finished filming the final scenes of his Road to Hell at the Hard Rock in Las Vegas, including two music performances with The Roxy Gunn Project, and now he’s sent over a raw production track of Roxy’s performance of “Nowhere Fast”.
There’s no sound design or sound clean-up and proper 5.1 mix, but this clip edited by Daniel Gutierrez gives a good idea of what the ending climax to Road to Hell, which features Cody (Michael Pare) meeting his long lost daughter for the first time at her concert, is going to look like.
Road to Hell (review of the unfinished version here) was written by Cynthia Curnan and is the unofficial sequel to the 1984 rock & roll fable Streets of Fire. Albert explains, “When you see the reunion scene preceding this…wow, the power of that really kicks this song up a notch. And the next two songs are the perfect climax to a literal road to hell! This clip gives you the feel and emotion of the last ten minutes of RTH. It’s powerful.” As for Pare’s performance, Albert enthuses, “I think it’s Michael’s best performance ever. You feel every moment of the life he’s led since walking out 28 years ago.”
To keep tabs on Road to Hell and everything else Pyun is working on these days, be sure to visit the Albert Pyun Movies Facebook page.
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