Some soundtrack excerpts and scores to make you shiver on a Sunday afternoon.
Classical introduction to the great Thirties film by Franz Waxman.
Perfect mood music, if surgery takes your fancy.
The mother of all film scores by Bernard Herrmann.
The masterful Georges Auric puts the chills up one of the scariest films ever made.
Krzysztof Komeda’s dreamy theme to an urban nightmare.
A surprisingly melodic introduction to the dread rural life. By David Hess.
Mike Oldfield. Just cannot get this film out of my mind when I hear Tubular Bells. As it should be.
High school is hell. From maestro Pino Donaggio.
Goblin underwrite one of the great genre films.
John Carpenter, that man can do anything.
The wondrous world conjured by Werner Herzog out of Bram Stoker is given vivid life by Popol Vuh.
Hotels are hell. By Wendy Carlos and Rachel Elkind.
Bowie. Cats. What else do you want?
Echo and the Bunnymen take on The Doors and do pretty well in a very fun film.
A modern classic.