Archive for September, 2009

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Night Crawlers Soundtrack on iTunes

September 22, 2009

nightcrawlersThe Night Crawlers Soundtrack is now on iTunes

ABOUT THE SOUNDTRACK:
The score consists of Electric Guitars, Slide Guitars, Fiddle, Banjo, Snare Drum, and a 20 piece String Orchestra (Violins, Violas, and Cellos all performed one at a time). Keyboard samples and synth parts include String Orchestra, French Horn, Piano, Organ, and Percussion/Beats. The soundtrack includes the song, “It’s the Truth, OK?” which is a lyrical account of the film’s story and it consists of plucked Cello, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, and some of the most out of tune backup singers you have ever heard.

ABOUT THE FILM (taken from nightcrawlersthemovie.com):
Joel S. Greco (Cheaters, Mad Bad) and Mathew Greer (No Country For Old Men, The Mist) star in this dark comedy about friendship in a small town overrun with vampires. Simple small town boy Rob (Lee Trull) is presented with an opportunity to make some quick money and escape small town life. But he and his best friend Coop (Gabriel Horn) get more than they bargain for when they discover they’re actually stealing from a dark and twisted vampire lord who watches quietly over this small town, waiting for the girl with the special bloodline to be discovered, who just happens to be Rob’s pregnant girlfriend, Macy (Amanda Harris). Hillbilly vampires and small town politics collide in this witty, dark comedy thriller that’ll make you wonder who you know who might be a Night Crawler!

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The Fighter is now at Blockbuster

September 20, 2009

I wrote the score for a film called The Fighter (directed by Javier Barbera) which is now available at Blockbuster. The film stars Rafael Amaya, Hidekun Hah, and Ana Layevska. I don’t know if the film was rated, but it is violent and it has strong language.

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Two New Film Festival Screenings

September 16, 2009

I found out that two films I worked on will be screening at two different film festivals this week.  “My Step-Dad’s a Freakin Vampire” (directed by David Matheny) will be screening at the Kansas International Film Festival, and “The Boys of Ghost Town” (directed by Pablo Veliz) will be screening at the Orlando Hispanic Film Festival.  Congratulations to both films!