Depending on who you talk to, the ninth album by rock band KISS is either a hugely brave and accomplished album which marks the band’s unsurpassed greatest moment or a steaming heap of pretentious bile (admittedly, the former is quite rare). Still, 31 years later one man has taken his love of the album one step further than the average Knight In Satan’s Service and decided to turn Music From ‘The Elder’ into a movie, simply titled The Elder.
And not just a short film, either. This will be a feature “post-apocalyptic road movie” by Seb Hunter, the British writer of the excellent book Hell Bent For Leather – Confessions Of A Heavy Metal Addict. Hunter has recently released two new posters for his movie and you can check them out below.
The album tells the story of a young boy being trained by the elders in preparation for combating the forces of evil, who then goes on to rock and roll all night and party everyday (not really).
The movie is still in pre-production and by clicking the link you can help to FUND THE MOVIE, which will entitle you to some lovely extras.
What do you think of the posters? Does a movie based on Music From ‘The Elder’ excite you? Leave your comments below.