Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross’ ‘Halloween’ Theme Cover Is Creepy As Hell
Thank you, spooky dudes, for this Friday the 13th gift.
John Carpenter Is Releasing an Album That Remakes His Classic Film Scores
Listen to a reimagined version of "In the Mouth of Madness" from 'Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998.'
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The Weeknd's Mysterious Producer Prince 85 Made Us a Mix of French Electro and Hip-Hop
The Parisian beatmaker cooks up 46 minutes of trap bruisers, 90s big beat, and sinister synth instrumentals.
:::Extremely Seinfeld Voice::: What's the Deal with Composers at Music Festivals?
From Hans Zimmer at Coachella to John Carpenter at Primavera Sound, mainstream music festivals are turning composers into rock stars. We spoke with Carpenter and others about the strange new booking trend, and why it's more than just a novelty grab.
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Haunted House of Balloons: Analyzing the Weeknd's Horror Obsession Through His Videos
Suspiria, The Shining, Jeepers Creepers, oh my!
John Carpenter Gets Knives Out for Rob Zombie, Calls Him a "Piece of Shit”
He's not a fan of Zombie's 'Halloween' remakes either.
We Made an Alternative 'Stranger Things' Soundtrack Full of Synth-Heavy, Supernatural Selections
Can't live without your new favourite TV show? Here are some inspired choices to take you back to 1980s Indiana.
Synthwave Overlord Perturbator Is the Real Neon Icon
Welcome to the retro future.
Meet Alan Howarth, the Composer Who Invented What Halloween Sounds Like
We spoke to the man who's been giving you nightmares since 1981.
John Carpenter's New Music Video Takes You On A Virtual Reality Highway
It's like 'Escape from New York,' but with a modern VR update, in Gavin Hignight and Ben Verulst's video for "Night."
Geoff Barrow and Ben Salisbury's New Film Score Will Make You Feel Compassion for Robots
We spoke to the duo behind the soundtrack of Ex Machina, a film that tackles AI in a whole new way.
The 'Halloween' Franchise Is Getting Resurrected Yet Again
John Carpenter's 1978 original is a horror classic, but the sequels and remakes that followed have been mostly unwatchable. So why is it coming back?