Blacula, Slender Man, Daughters of Darkness, From Dusk till Dawn, Wicker Man and Experiment In Terror.
We're celebrating this Halloween with some of the scariest soundtracks we released the last couple of years. First of all our brand new exclusive Blacula limited edition on silver & black marbled vinyl. The film's soundtrack features a score by Gene Page and is unlike that of most horror films, as he uses rhythm and blues as opposed to haunting classical music. Slender Man's soundtrack features the film's original music composed by Ramin Djawadi (Game of Thrones, Westworld, Iron Man) and Brandon Campbell (The Thinning). It fits perfectly in the dense tension of the storyline. The Slender Man package contains a mini-poster and you'll find secret inscriptions in the run-out groove. The album is available as a limited edition on transparent & black swirled vinyl. The French film composer Francois De Roubaix created the music for the Belgian cult horror classic Daughters of Darkness. This colorful composition supports the love story and the different ways the vampires interact.
Another great title is the 1996 Robert Rodriguez horror-thriller classic From Dusk till Dawn. It has a fantastic soundtrack, which consists of mainly Texas blues songs, featuring such artists as ZZ Top, Stevie Ray Vaughan and his brother Jimmie Vaughan. Halloween isn't complete with one of the most innovative and provocative British cult horror films ever produced, Wicker Man. This soundtrack is known for clarity and presence that gives the late Paul Giovanni's haunting music the showcase it deserves. Last but not least, Henry Mancini's soundtrack to the Suspense thriller Experiment In Terror. In the story, Lynch uses a campaign of terror to force San Francisco bank teller Kelly Sherwood to steal $100.000 from the bank for him. In the film, Mancini's music is used to good effect - it adds a huge amount of suspense and creates some hair raising moments.
From Dusk till Dawn: Music From The Motion Picture consists mainly of Texas blues, featuring such artists as ZZ Top, Stevie Ray Vaughan and his brother Jimmie Vaughan. Available on vinyl for the first time!
Blacula is a 1972 American blaxploitation horror film directed by William Crain. The music for Blacula is unlike that of most horror films as it uses rhythm and blues as opposed to haunting classical music.