Great music from a great film, perfect for Halloween.
A stunning piece of music from Trevor Jones from the From Hell soundtrack.
A spooky bit of music courtesy of Walter Rizzati for Lucio Fulci’s The House By the Cemetary.
The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina was a fun show, made even more so because of the music by Adam Taylor.
Much like that other monstrous family, The Munsters would also sport a catchy theme song.
Franz Reizenstein would compose a little music for Hammer Films and their version of The Mummy in 1959, capturing the attention of the audience right from the start.
Sung by Sumi Jo and orchestrated by the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, Wojciech Kilar’s Vocalise is hauntingly beautiful.
Queen of the Damned might have left a little to be desired but it was made infinitely better thanks to its soundtrack and the inclusion of David Draiman.
Nothing quite like a little music from Lion to spruce up a horror movie. No Crispin Glover though, that can be seen in the next clip:
Claudio Simonetti serves up a perfect bit of mood music to accompany the slasher Body Count.