"OPEN 24 HOURS"... The movie features music by Composer Holly Amber Church. The score is dark, moody and intense. At its core is a haunting, somber theme for Mary, the film's protagonist, while swirling around it is a blend of gritty electronic elements and distorted neon sounds to reflect the chaos that Mary finds herself in as she struggles to survive her first shift working at an all-night gas station.
"DARK LIGHT"... Dark Light tells the story of Annie Knox who, following a split from her husband, the death of her mother and a nervous breakdown returns to her remote family home with her young daughter Emily. Soon Annie must take on a thought-to-be extinct humanoid race whose need to feast on human inner light makes them a very dangerous nemesis indeed.
This composer knows how to scare us, but too gives the listener a level of passion and concerns of what is behind that door. Bam! Dropping the spooky inter-weaved ready to kick our butts, so you never forget that it's a roller-coaster of fright. I am listening to "OPEN 24 HOURS" as I am writing this, it's a really great score and it will be on my list of tops for 2020. The other is "DARK LIGHT" it find its way into a dark place and just like I have mentioned... pretty damn scary.
Jeremy [Six Strings]