By Clint Holloway | Indiewire June 7, 2013 at 2:57PM
Ahead of its premiere at the LA Film Festival next week, Indiewire has the exclysive trailer for "All Together Now." The film definitely seems to live up to its title, as Ron (Lou Taylor Pucci) decides to throw a party at a shed in the middle of the woods, inviting four bands and all of his friends, which inevitably leads to a motley crew of characters indulging in communal ruckus.
Rather than hinting at any horror elements that could be associated by the film's setting, the trailer seems to just indicate all-night shenanigans and good times, all of it excitingly captured in the trailer's frenetic cutting and blasting rock soundtrack. Also at the party is James Duval, most notable for his appearance in the films of Gregg Araki, a director who might appreciate "All Together Now" for its gleeful portrayal of youthful debauchery.