Aaron Alessendrini, the front man of the post-punk garage-wave band Gneaus, has crafted a beautiful symphony of chills. October 30th: All Hallows Eve is set to make it’s film festival tour October 2014 with a targeted distribution date of Fall 2015. Alessendrini hadn’t heard wind of the project before the filming process, but he was extremely excited to work on post production for the movie, directed by Ryan Byrne. “I’ve always been the craziest horror fan, it’s in my blood. We wanted to go back to the roots of horror with the score for this film, especially with the way it’s shot.” Alessendrini, who also sings lead for Gneaus alongside producer and band member Brendan Garlick, can be seen in the video below working on the films post.
With limited funds left in the films budget, Byrne had no other option but to trust his gut and go with Alessendrini. The final weeks before submissions were due for the 2014-2015 festivals, Alessendrini was pressured with the task of scoring the entire film with only Garage Band in 2 and half days. “It wasn’t ideal working conditions, but I’m impressed with what we produced.” Alessendrini’s work will provide a haunting tone in the feature October 30th – All Hallows Eve. The film screens for Crew, Media, Friends & Family on October 23rd, 2014 at the Kiwanis Community Theatre in Sault Ste. Marie, On, Canada.