Kyle has also been hired to collaborate as music arranger for DisasterPiece aka Rich Vreeland on the upcoming modern noir crime thriller
"Under the Silver Lake". The film is directed by David Robert Mitchell and stars Andrew Garfield and Dakota Johnson.
Kyle Recently Scored the inspirational drama "Where Hope Grows".
This film is directed by Chris Dowling and features a great cast
including William Zabka, Danica Mckellar, Kris Polaha and amazing newcomer David DeSanctis. The film completed it's theatrical run in 2015 and now can be seen playing on
In 2015 Kyle composed the score for "Nerdgasm" a documentary that follows actor/comedian Tom Lenk on his epic journey to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to perform his one-man show of the same name.
In 2015 Kyle co-scored "Don't Look in the Basement 2", a sequel to the 1970's cult classic "Don't Look in the Basement". The film was directed by Anthony Brownrigg (son of the original's director S.F Brownrigg) and takes place
40 years later in the very same building where it's predecessor was filmed.
Here is a link to the website http://dontlookinthebasement.com
In 2014 Kyle composed the score to "The Jazz Funeral".
The film is directed by Jesse Rosen and recently premiered at the 2014 Dances With Films Festival.
The film features actors James Morrison, Dee Wallace, Bobby Campo and Maira Walsh. The Jazz Funeral was shot almost entirely in New Orleans and tells an emotional story of a father and son reconnecting on a trip to "The Big Easy".
Click here to view the trailer!
In 2014 Kyle scored Something Wicked, a Mystery/Horror film starring Shantel VanSanten, Brittany Murphy,
James Patrick Steward and Julian Morris.
is currently playing in theaters on a limited theatrical release and the soundtrack was recently released by Lakeshore Records.
The film finished its theatrical run in 2014 and can now be
purchased online. Also, the score is available through Lakeshore Records and is
available for purchase online.
It can be purchased on
In 2014 Kyle composed the score to Alejandro Brugués's short horror film to be included in the upcoming "ABC's of Death 2". The 26 chapter
horror anthology sequel features a compilation of short films created
by 26 successful filmmakers chosen from around the world. Alejandro previously received international praise for his feature "Juan of the Dead", a
Zombie/Comedy feature he directed and shot in Cuba.
In 2013 Kyle composed the score to the Vampire action feature Blood Shot. Written and Directed by Dietrich Johnston
the film features actors Brad Dourif, Lance Henriksen, Brennan Elliot and Michael Bailey Smith.
In 2012 for his score to "Kinect: Star Wars", Kyle composed and recorded over
an hour of music with the London Symphony Orchestra. "Kinect: Star Wars" is available in stores everywhere for the XBox 360 Kinect!
In 2013 Kyle completed the edgy electronic score to "Channeling".
This futuristic technological thriller is directed by Drew Thomas and features actors Taylor Handley, Christian Camargo,
Kate French and Johnny Pacar. Channeling received the Best feature award at the 2013 London Sci Fi Film Festival and the 2013 Phoenix Film Festival. You can view the trailer
Official release details will be posted soon!
The film "The Myth of the American Sleepover" received great reviews
2010 Cannes Film Festival during Critics week and was the only American Film in the competition this year! It also received an award for
at the 2010 South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin Texas.
Click here for USA Today's positive review of the film.
In 2013 Kyle composed the score to "Walk and Talk The Vote: West Wing Reunion", a short PSA film featuring a reunion of the West Wing cast
including Martin Sheen, Joshua Malina, Allison Janey, Mark McCormack and many others. You can view the film
Kyle composed and provided the music for "Backyard Blockbusters", John E. Hudgens's entertaining documentary on the history of Fan Films. The film features interviews from some of the most successful fan
film makers and also footage from
some of the most popular films. Kyle Newman, Joe Nussbaum, Steve Sansweet, Timothy Zahn, Trey Atkins and of course Ryan Weiber and Michael Scott are just a few of the featured interviews seen
in this film!
in 2010 Kyle was on the additional music and orchestration team for the massive Star Wars MMO game Star Wars: The Old Republic.
The game was released by Lucas Arts in December 2011. The score received a variety of
awards in 2012 and one of Kyle's selections was included in the suite entitled "Glory The Galactic Republic" which won the 2012 GANG award for best music in a video game.
Click here to listen to the suite. Kyle's selection in the piece is included as the finale at 4:53 until the end!
In 2009 Kyle arranged and orchestrated for the Tyler Bates score to the Rob Zombie animated film
The Haunted World Of El Superbeasto.
The movie features the voices of Paul Giamatti, Rosario Dawson and Tom Papa.
In September 2009 Kyle score the Hallmark Film Bound By A Secret. The movie features Meredith Baxter and Timothy Bottoms.
It can be seen regularly on the Hallmark Channel. The music was given favorable mention in an article
In 2009 Kyle Scored Sex Ed directed by Tamela D'amico.
Sex Ed was recently nominated for both a
Webby and Streamy award for Best Drama.
In 2009 Kyle provided a variety for music for the VH1 reality series Scream Queens.
He will also have music featured in the upcoming 2010 season of Scream Queens 2.
In 2009 Kyle composed additional music and orchestrated for the upcoming Lucas arts
video game "Indiana Jones and the staff of Kings" Kyle also completed music editing and session production for the score.
In August of 2008 Kyle completed horn arrangements and recorded for the upcoming Susan Tedeschi album "Back to the River" (Verve)
In July of 2008 Kyle completed a string arrangement for "Dope Boys" on the most recent album from The Game entitled "LAX".
In 2007 Kyle co-composed the score for the Internet sensation Ryan vs. Dorkman 2 (RVD2) with friend and fellow composer Gordy Haab.
Michael Scott and Ryan Wieber created RVD2 and since its release in March of 2007 the film has received over 6 million views online, including 4
million on YouTube alone.
The score was completely funded by fans of the first RVD and was recorded at Capitol Records with a 60-piece orchestra.
You can purchase the score or view
the film at www.RyanvsDorkman.com.
The film has also been featured twice on the G4 channel's "Attack of the Show".