I’m delighted to have finished the music for the feature thriller House of Lies, directed by Matthew Toronto and produced by (prepare yourself for a hefty list) Artistview Entertainment, Spitfire Cinema, and RcR Cinema.
A suspense-thriller with a touch of hometown romance, House of Lies concerns a widow who discovers that her deceased husband was involved in a web of deception and crime — leaving her to deal with the dangerous consequences.
It’s been a blast sharing my score for Dice Legacy with all of you over the past months, but I’m running out of music. To wrap up the series, I’ve created a medley of the three endgame music cues: outright defeat, the less-optimal good ending, and the truly triumphant ending.
Okay, I’m being a little cheeky. The actual affix should be “Corrupted Fates Version”, referring to the DLC expansion of the game Dice Legacy, wherein you get to play the bad guys. But it’s more fun to say Evil Cult, so voici.
This variation of the game got its own darker version of the main theme, replete with mystical chanting and ominous intoning chorus.