It is truly one of the most entertaining, visceral, and satisfying films I’ve seen in a long while and it is best experienced by watching it with as little information as possible. – Daily Grindhouse
Every character makes despicable choices, which compound once their paths cross, and as the clock counts down, and they each plummet further into mayhem (driven on by composer Kreng’s suspense-laden score), it’s a race to see if anyone makes it out alive. – Cinepunx
One of Rotten Tomatoes‘ Top 5 new DVDs out now is Lowlife, starring Nicki Micheaux, Ricardo Adam Zarate, and Jon Oswald. Ryan Prows’ film has been making waves with film critics since winning the Special Jury prize at Fantasia Film Festival, and this thriller is now available on VOD and Blu-ray/DVD. The film also features score by Kreng (Camino,Cooties), which is available now on all digital music services.
Hey Los Angeles! If you missed out the first time around, here’s your chance to see Ryan Prow’s Lowlife in theaters at the Arena Cinelounge! From Friday, May 11 to Wednesday, May 16, experience the film that critics have described as an “adrenaline rush” (RogerEbert.com). Get tickets at Arena Cinelounge online.
This week, we’re thrilled to present new soundtrack releases featuring music from acclaimed film and television composers like Jeff Russo (Star Trek: Discovery Chapter 2), Kreng (Lowlife), Rodrigo Amarante (7 Days In Entebbe), plus pre-orders from Christopher Lennertz (Lost In Space) plus more! Keep reading because you don’t want to miss this!
”Pulsating with barely contained rage and bristling with ferocity, the song is like a powder keg that is mere inches away from a struck match, the anticipation of explosive violence thick and palpable.” – Jonathan Barkan, Dread Central
Listen to “Lowlife”, the debut track from the forthcoming Lowlife (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), available exclusively now at Dread Central! Lakeshore Records will release the album digitally worldwide on Friday, April 6! The album features score by Kreng (Camino, Cooties).
This week Lakeshore Records is thrilled to release phenomenal scores by Daniel Pemberton (National Geographic’s “One Strange Rock”), Andrew Hollander (My Friend Dahmer); plus upcoming scores by Jeff Russo, Kreng and more. Also, the Midnight Sun soundtrack gets a CD release! Keep reading because you don’t want to miss out on all of our new soundtrack offerings!