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After sweeping up 6 awards (including Best Fantasy Film and Audience Favorite) at Vegas' Pollygrind Underground Film Fest, Albert Pyun's experimental love-letter to Walter Hill's doomed/beloved 1984 rain-slicked, post-apoc epic STREETS OF FIRE is poised for a limited theatrical release, to be kicked off in Chicago this Saturday March 9th as part of the Triple Threat Film Fest, which celebrates Pyun's films with a triple-header of CYBORG (1989, Director's Cut), NEMESIS (1992), and the Midwest Premiere of ROAD TO HELL, with Pyun himself in person.
Several years in the making (a rough cut premiered at Austin's Alamo Drafthouse back in 2008), ROAD TO HELL sees a jaded Cody (Michael Pare) making his way through a surreal, purgatorial landscape where he meets two foul-mouthed female spree-killers (Clare Kramer and Courtney Peldon) who derail his attempts to find redemption after years of fighting an unnamed war. Featuring the music of original STREETS composer Jim Steinmann alongside new songs by Anthony Riparetti and performed by The Roxy Gunn Project, with longtime fave Deborah Van Valkenburgh reprising her role as Cody's sassy sister, THE ROAD TO HELL offers a dark flipside to the classic rock n roll fable.Chicago artist Neil Klemz created some great alternative artwork to promote the Chicago show, pictured here.THE TRIPLE THREAT FILM FESTTribute to Albert Pyun Saturday March 9th, 7pm-MidnightPatio Theatre6008 W. Irving Park RdChicago , IL
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