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[Terror on the Turntable] Mica Levi’s All-Consuming and Terrifyingly Otherworldly Score for UNDER THE SKIN
There are many different approaches and styles when it comes to utilizing a score within a film....Read More
For this month’s installment of Terror on the Turntable, we’re going to take a little...Read More
[Terror on the Turntable] Things Get Heavy in Michael Yezerski’s Devilishly Good Score For THE DEVIL’S CANDY
Following up 2009’s popular cult favorite The Loved Ones, director Sean Byrne once again...Read More
There’s no question that the 80s were good to the action film genre. For fans of...Read More
[Terror on the Turntable] HUMANOIDS FROM THE DEEP: James Horner’s B-Movie Beginnings and Corman Connection
In the hallowed halls of cinema’s hypothetical Hall of Fame, there is a special wing...Read More
[Terror On The Turntable] Lucio Fulci’s MURDER-ROCK: DANCING DEATH and Keith Emerson’s Perfectly En Pointe Score
Lights! Camera! Legwarmers! Popular formulaic trends coupled with an evolving home video market...Read More
[Terror on the Turntable] More Man Than Machine: Finding ROBOCOP’s Sonic Humanity with Basil Poledouris’ Epic Score
Imagine a world where crime becomes a means of survival and bad news is the status quo. Large...Read More
A long time ago, in a galaxy (seemingly) far, far away…the world of science fiction cinema...Read More
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