I’m excited to announce that “The Graves” will be opening in theaters starting this weekend, January 29th, 2010! This film marks my first official feature-length film score as composer, so the fact that it’s getting a nationwide theatrical release is a great extra bonus.

This is a limited, independent release and every attendee counts. If you’re into horror films (or even if you’re not, but can endure some blood and guts), I’d sure appreciate it if you’d consider attending one of the screenings if it’s showing in your local area. 

Horrorfest 4 is the fourth annual week-long “8 Films to Die For” event from After Dark Films, and “The Graves” is one of this year’s eight. As such, you’ll need to check the local showtimes in your area to see which day(s) and times “The Graves” will be showing.

If you get to see it, I’d love to hear what you thought of the score. It was a much bigger undertaking than I can possibly describe in words. In the meantime, you can hear just a few excerpts of my music from the film here. There’s a possibility of a full soundtrack release as well, and I’ll provide details for that as they become clearer.

Below is an official announcement about the release, and listing of theaters. Thanks again for your support!


The Graves, written & directed by Brian Pulido makes its US debut as part of After Dark Film’s Horrorfest 4 January 29th – February 4th.

The Graves, about two sisters whose visit to Skull City Mine turns into a mindbending fight for survival against menaces both human, and supernatural, stars Clare Grant (Masters of Horror), Jillian Murray (The Fun Park), Bill Moseley (The Devil's Rejects, Texas Chainsaw Massacre II), D. Randall Blythe (Screamer, Lamb of God), Shane Stevens, Patti Tindall (Death of a Ghost Hunter) andTony Todd (24, Candyman). 

The Graves is produced by Mischief Maker Studios, Brian and Dean Ronalds of Ronalds Brothers Productions (Netherbeast, Inc.). Production Design by Francisca Pulido. Director of Photography Adam Goldfine.

For the trailer & more info visit www.TheGravesMovie.com



2010 Horrorfest 4 Venues:

Mobile, AL
Premiere Cinema – Eastern Shore Premiere Cinema 14 (Spanish Fort)

Phoenix, AZ
UltraStar Surprise Pointe 14
13649 North Litchfield Rd.
Surprise, AZ 85374

Los Angeles, CA
Kirkorian – Buena Park Metroplex 18 (Buena Park)
Kirkorian – Pico Rivera Village Walk 15 (Pico Rivera)
RAVE – Beverly Center Cinema

Tampa, FL
Cobb – Grove 16 CineBistro (Wesley Chapel)

Orlando, FL
Cinemaworld – Melbourne 16 (4345 West New Haven Ave, (Rt.192)

Bloomington, IL
Werenberg – Galaxy

Evansville, IN
Showplace Cinemas – Showplace East

Indianapolis, IN
GQT – Hamilton 16 Imax

Boston, MA
National Amusements Revere Cinemas (Revere)

Portland, ME
Cinemagic 16
183 County Road
Westbrook ME 04092

Cinemagic and Imax
779 Portland Road US route 1
Saco ME 04072

Detroit, MI
Arcangelo- Emagine Canton 18 (Canton)

Grand Rapids, MI
Celebration! Cinema Rivertown, Grand Rapids
3728 Rivertown Parkway
Grandville, MI 49418

Lansing, MI
Celebration! Cinema, Lansing
200 E. Edgewood Blvd.
Lansing, MI 48911

Rochester, MN
Werenberg – Galaxy

St. Louis, MO
Wehrenberg – Ronnies
Wehrenberg – O’Fallon
Wehrenberg – Galaxy-Chesterfield
Wehrenberg – Arnold

Springfield, MO
Werenberg – Campbell

Manchester, NH
Cinemagic and Imax
1226 Hooksett Road
Hooksett NH 03106

Las Cruces, NM
Allen Theatres- Telshor 12

Farmington, NM
Allen Theatres – Animas 10

Farmingdale, NY
National Amusements – Farmingdale Multiplex (Farmingdale)

New York, NY
AMC – Village 7 (66 3rd Ave. New York, NY)

Cleveland, OH
Atlas Cinemas – Great Lakes Cinema 16 (Mentor)

Philadelphia, PA
AMC – Plymouth Meeting (494 W Germantown Pike)

Providence, RI
National Amusements – Showcase Warwick (Warwick)

Seattle, WA
AMC – South Center 16 (Tukwila)

Spokane, WA
Magic Lantern Theater (Spokane)