SYNOPSIS: A building superintendent, Jack, just wants to be left in peace but tenants are always needing him to fix stuff. However, when the buildings power goes out it is due to two tenants who have opened a portal to hell in the basement.
OFFICIAL MOVIE TRAILER:
Premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2015, Portal to Hell, written by Matt Watts and directed by Vivieno Caldinelli, marks Roddy Pipers final short film. Special effects were done by Steven Kostanski . The soundtrack for Portal to Hell was handled by licensed music from Voyag3r‘s album, Doom Fortress and an original score composed by Steve Greene, recorded and mixed here at the Battle Chamber.
STORYLINE: Jack (Roddy Piper) is a building superintendent, Jack is a simple man with simple needs. He just wants to be left in peace so that he can get on with reading his book. But the tenants living in his building are always in need of him for something. Fix this, replace that, unblock this toilet. However, when the power goes out in the building the culprit is not a blown fuse or faulty wiring it is two of the tenants who have opened a portal to hell in the basement of the building. If Jack doesn’t close the portal and stop Great Cthulhu rising from his watery tomb city then the entire building, no, the entire world will go down the pan. – Mark A Wood
To listen to a track from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, visit our Sounds page. To hear Voyag3r’s music, visit their website.
Future (2017) a film written and directed by Get Super Rad team Rob Cousineau and Chris Rosik is streaming on Tubi, Amazon Prime and the Roku network.
2020 – UNRATED
Comedy / Fantasy / Science Fiction
A drunken, train-wreck time traveler offers a suicidally depressed barista a do-over with his life—there’s just one catch. Future is now streaming on Tubi, Amazon Prime and Roku.
Starting: Joshua P. Cousineau, Phreddy Wischusen, Claire Sloma, Conor Sweeney
Directed by: Rob Cousineau and Chris Rosik
Music by: Steve Greene
Future won “Best Score – Feature Film” at the Genre Blast Film Festival (2017) by composer Steve Greene. Recorded, mixed and mastered here at the Battle Chamber.
To hear a track from Future, visit our Sounds page. Check out the film trailer here.
Check out this blurb from Film Threat magazine: “The fascinating part of Future is that it’s not necessarily about Doug being sent to kill a future bad guy, though that is a part of the story. It’s more about the relationship between Doug and the Time Traveler. Doug is the guy who has wasted his life to this point. The Time Traveler, on the other hand, has schemed his way with many other saps, like Doug, and gets off on being there for the final days of someone’s life. He promotes falling into hedonistic desires and goes along with it. It’s this conflicting relationship that makes the story of Future so clever and different. This genre is in desperate need of both of those elements.”
The remix of The Horror Show, Pt. 2 (Tales From The Sick) (feat. Canc3r The God) is now out worldwide via all streaming services. The Steve Greene Retro Horror Remix is was done here at the Battle Chamber by Steve Greene. The original track was written by Dirty White and the High Life Social Club · Canc3r The God.
Revisiting a track I wrote & recorded that was inspired by @JoshMalerman book, Carpenter’s Farm. He wrote & released a chapter a week, during the height of the pandemic. It was a welcomed escape from the uncertainty and stress. https://t.co/UamBcPDlTw