• TITLEThe Blackout
  • YEAR2009
  • GENREHorror, Thriller, Sci-Fi
  • DIRECTORRobert Sanders
  • STARRINGBarbara Streifel Sanders, Joseph Dunn, Ian Malcolm, Michael Caruso
  • MUSIC BYJustin R. Durban
  1. 01 03. Opening Credits Justin R. Durban
  2. 02 05. Holiday Spirit Justin R. Durban
  3. 03 10. The First Attack Justin R. Durban
  4. 04 12. What Did It Look Like? Justin R. Durban
  5. 05 17. Ambush Justin R. Durban
  6. 06 18. The Rock Spire Justin R. Durban
  7. 07 19. Into the Elevator Justin R. Durban
  8. 08 21. Going Down One By One Justin R. Durban
  9. 09 21. Ascension To The Roof.mp3 Justin R. Durban
  10. 10 23. It's a Blackout Christmas Justin R. Durban
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Project Details

After the city falls suddenly dark, the residents of a multistory building are faced with a hideous monster, who, apparently, was the cause of the people fallen on adversity. To confront bloodthirsty creatures killer moves on the floors, the neighbors together. But not many will survive this.

Track Listing

01. Starway Pictures 0:17:00
02. Lights Out 0:56:00
03. Opening Credits 3:20:00
04. Promises Promises 1:18:00
05. Holiday Spirit 2:24:00
06. Quakes On The News 0:48:00
07. Something Lurks In The Basement 2:49:00
08. Here They Come 3:30:00
09. Something Is Not Right 1:54:00
10. The First Attack 1:55:00
11. The Plan 0:48:00
12. What Did It Look Like 2:37:00
13. Its Coming Back 7:16:00
14. The Proposal 2:35:00
15. Meeting In The Staircase 4:16:00
16. Back In The Basement 3:26:00
17. Ambush 3:35:00
18. The Rock Spire 2:09:00
19. Into The Elevator 3:25:00
20. Going Down One By One 2:22:00
21. Ascension To The Roof 5:55:00
22. End Credits 4:12:00
23. Its A Blackout Christmas 1:58:00


  • The film was a massive project put together by the director Robert Sanders. Not only directed the film, but also did the edit, the sound design AND the VFX. With such a limited budget, many thought it was studio film and it was difficult for fans to see the hard work that was put into the film.
  • I was talking to a buddy of mine about movies one night and he ‘aquired’ a bunch.. he mentions a film called “Blackout” and said it was pretty cheesy, but cool.  I was like, “What? What year was the film and what was it about?”  He proceeded to tell me and I laughed and said, “Load the film up now and watch the open credits.” He did, saw my name as music composer and he BUSTED out laughing! He had no idea I had scored it. I swear… true story.