Just a little Ennio Morricone from The Exorcist II to start the day off on the road to Halloween.
How can one not like a band called The Dudes of Wrath? Suffice it to say, this all-star outing creates a track that may just be better than the film.
For this Halloween, an aptly titled track from both John Carpenter and Alan Howarth.
One of the greatest creature features of all time would receive a great soundtrack courtesy of Hans J. Salter. A fantastic bit of music for the season.
Wall Street and the Wolves, an excellent track from the Wolfen soundtrack by the great James Horner makes for an excellent listen.
Jerry Goldsmith would add his talents to this tale of an invisible man, a fun film and a great soundtrack.
One of the more memorable songs and scenes from the film The Lost Boys features Tim Cappello and his track I Still Believe. Definitely good stuff!
Rick Wakeman delivers a truly fantastic piece of music with this track, unassuming at first which then becomes almost triumphant and slightly scary when one thinks about the film it accompanies. Perfection […]
Not so spooky as it is from a spooky movie but The Ballad of Harry Warden is a decent little ditty that passes the time nicely.
Part of what made The Dead Zone so good was its soundtrack as composed by Michael Kamen of which this track comes from the opening titles.