“Alien Trespass” Scored by Louis Febre

By • February 2, 2009

Alien Trespass, a retro-ish science fiction comedy starring Robert Patrick, Eric McCormack and Sarah Smyth, has gotten an original score by Louis Febre. His previous credits include Swimfan, Control and Devil’s Pond, and he won an Emmy together with John Debney for The Cape in 1996. Alien Trespass takes place in the 1950s and revolves around a crash-landing alien spaceship and the monster that escapes from it. R.W. Goodwin, who has produced and directed a number of X-Files episodes, helms the film which had its festival premiere recently at the Palm Springs Festival. Febre’s score is, just like the film itself, flirting with 1950s sci-fi B-movies and thus features the early electronic instrument, the Theremin.

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