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Old 09-13-17, 08:38 AM   #176
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Big thanks to Celluloid Terror for donating the Hammer Horror 8-Film Blu-ray Collection!


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I'm with others in planning to see IT at the theater in early October. Since I've taken advantage of the MoviePass deal discussed in other parts of the forum, I plan to hit up any eligible theater entries.
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We have 3 tiers of theaters, with the middle tier being 'sit down and eat' while you watch a movie. Typically they don't show the newest stuff. They televise The Walking Dead, and also do the Oscars. They have lots of cult showings, like Serenity, etc. for the fans who just can't let go.
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Big thanks to Celluloid Terror for donating the Hammer Horror 8-Film Blu-ray Collection!
That's a great set! And since I'm not eligible for prizes, it's a good thing I already own it! Reminds me I need to watch more of it this Oct.
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Thanks. Picked up Death Line and Amsterdamned at $18.69 apiece plus 5% topcashback. That's about as cheap as it gets for the Blue Underground limited editions.
Why not? Thanks, I think.

My wife asked me what I wanted for my birthday the other day. I answered, "You already secretly bought me presents. They'll be arriving daily thru the end of October."
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Why not? Thanks, I think.

My wife asked me what I wanted for my birthday the other day. I answered, "You already secretly bought me presents. They'll be arriving daily thru the end of October."
I laughed and had to tell my wife that
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Don't bring up TV watching! After October, it usually takes me until the new year to catch up, but it's worth it.
I usually chisel it away, bit by bit... and then try to catch up on everything during the tv challenge. I fail miserrably.
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Nice contribution from Seth and CelluloidTerror; that Hammer set is a lot of bang.
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All this talk of Rue Morgue has destroyed my former restraint, and PayPal balance. I'm a lifelong fan of magazines, and always knew that I'd love horror magazines, but have pretty much avoided them to prevent what is now happening. Three days ago I owned exactly one issue of Rue Morgue, a Horror Block trial from last year. Now, thanks to ebay, I have about 25 more on the way. Safe money is on me not only subscribing, but tracking down every back issue. Anyone have any to sell?
Sorry for my lateness... I do have a lot of back issues that I was planning to put on eBay pretty soon, maybe I have some you're looking for. PM me and we'll see what we can do to help further your addiction...
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The Synth of Fear: Horror Films with Synthesizer Scores

The following is a selected list of significant horror film soundtracks featuring synthesizers either exclusively or prominently. The relevant composer is noted alongside.




1967:

The Sorcerers (UK) – Paul Ferris

1969:

Troika – David Johnson, Fredrick Hobbs

1970:

I Drink Your Blood – Clay Pitts

Mark of the Witch – Whitey Thomas


1971:

Endless Night – Bernard Herrmann

Let’s Scare Jessica to Death – Orville Stoeber


1972:

Blood Orgy of the She-Devils – Carl Zittrer

Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things – Carl Zittrer

Deathdream aka Dead of Night – Carl Zittrer

Endless Night – Bernard Herrmann

The Last House on the Left – Steve Chapin & David Hess

Season of the Witch – Steve Gorn

The Severed Arm – Phillan Bishop


1973:

Messiah of Evil – Phillan Bishop

1974:

Beyond the Door – Franco Micalizzi (opening scene)

Black Christmas – Carl Zittrer

Corpse Eaters – uncredited

Deranged – Carl Zittrer

The Devil’s Possessed – Carlos Viziello

Killdozer – Gil Melle

Nude for Satan – Alberto Baldan Bembo

The Reincarnation of Peter Proud – Jerry Goldsmith

Satan’s Children – Ray Fletcher


1975:

Alucarda aka Sisters of Satan – Anthony Guefen

Deep Red – Goblin

Demon Witch Child – Victor y Diego

The Keeper – Eric Hoyt

Kiss of the Tarantula – Phillan Bishop

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Shining Sex – Daniel White

Swingers Massacre aka Inside Amy – Jack Preisner


1976:

The Alien Factor – Kenneth Walker

The Astral Factor (part-synth) – Richard Hieronymous

The Child – Michael Quatro

The Demon Lover – Don Gutz, Jerry Skolasinski

Death Trap aka Eaten Alive – Wayne Bell, Tobe Hooper

Drive In Massacre – uncredited

The Redeemer – Philip Gallo, Clem Vicari

Savage Weekend – Dov Seltzer

SS Experiment Camp – Alberto Baldan Bembo


1977:

The Beast in Heat – Alberto Baldan Bembo

Cathy’s Curse – Didier Vasseur

Full Circle (partly synth score) – Colin Towns

Haunts – Pino Donaggio

Prey – Ivor Slaney

7 Notes in Black aka The Psychic – Bixio, Frizzi, Tempera

Shock Waves – Richard Einhorn

Suspiria – Goblin

Shock – I Libra


1978:

Barracuda – Klaus Schulze

Blue Sunshine – Charles Gross

Halloween – John Carpenter

Phantasm – Fred Myrow and Malcolm Seagrave

Dawn of the Dead – Goblin

Jennifer – Porter Jordan

Terror – Ivor Slaney


1979:

Beyond the Darkness aka Blue Holocaust – Goblin

The Driller Killer – Joe Delia

Don’t Go in the House – Richard Einhorn

Forest of Fear aka Bloodeaters – Ted Shapiro

Satanwar – William Kueker

Zombie Flesh Eaters – Fabio Frizzi

Terror Express! – Marcello Giombini


1980:

Anthropophagus – Marcello Giombini

The Beast in Space – Marcello Giombini

The Being – Don Preston

Blood Beach – Gil Melle (part-synth)

The Boogey Man – Tim Krog

Burial Ground aka Nights of Terror – Berto Pisano

Cannibal Holocaust – Riz Ortolani

City of the Living Dead – Fabio Frizzi

Contamination – Goblin

Death Ship – Ivor Slaney

Don’t Go in the Woods – H. Kingsley Thurber

Erotic Nights of the Living Dead – Marcello Giombini

Fiend – Paul Woznicki

The Fog – John Carpenter

Maniac – Jay Chattaway

Mother’s Day – Phil Gallo & Clem Vicari Jr

The Shining – Wendy Carlos

To All a Goodnight – Richard Tufo

Zombie Holocaust – Nico Fidenco [Doctor Butcher M.D. version – Walter Sear]

Zombie Lake – Daniel White


1981:

Absurd – Carlo Mario Cordio

The Beyond – Fabio Frizzi

Bloody Moon – Gerhard Heinz

The Burning – Rick Wakeman

Cannibal Ferox – Robarto Donati

Dark Night of the Scarecrow – Glenn Paxton

Final Exam – Gary Scott

The Forest (part-synth) – Richard Hieronymus

Galaxy of Terror – Barry Schrader

The House by the Cemetery – Walter Rizzati

Humongous – John Mills-Cockell

Inseminoid – John Scott

Just Before Dawn – Brad Fiedel

Lady, Stay Dead – Bob Young

Macumba Sexual – Jess Franco [as ‘Pablo Villa’]

The Nesting – Jack Malken, George Kim Scholes

Night School – Brad Fiedel

Possession – Andrzej Korzynski

Scanners – Howard Shore

Strange Behavior aka Dead Kids – Tangerine Dream


1982:

Android – Don Preston

Blood Song – Rob Walsh

The Deadly Spawn – Paul Cornell, Michael Perilstein, Kenneth Walker

BoardingHouse – ‘Teeth’

Cat People – Giorgio Moroder

Creepshow – John Harrison

The Entity – Charles Bernstein

Evilspeak – Roger Kellaway

Forbidden World – Susan Justin

Honeymoon Horror – Ron Di Iulio

Manhattan Baby – Fabio Frizzi

Mongrel – Ed Guinn

Next of Kin – Klaus Schulze

Nightbeast – Rob Walsh, Jeffrey Abrams

Slumber Party Massacre – Ralph Jones

Tenebrae – Simonetti-Morante-Pignatelli

The Thing – Ennio Morricone, John Carpenter, Alan Howarth

The Sinister Dr. Orloff – Jess Franco [as ‘Pablo Villa’]

Turkey Shoot – Brian May

Unhinged – Jonathan Newton

1983:

Angst aka Schizophenia – Klaus Schulze

Attack of the Beast Creatures aka Hell Island – John P. Moxey

The Devonsville Terror – Ray Colcord

Eyes of Fire – Brad Fiedel

Friday the 13th Part III – Harry Manfredini and Michael Zager

Halloween III: Season of the Witch – John Carpenter

The Keep – Tangerine Dream

Mountaintop Motel Massacre – Ron Di Iulio

Sledgehammer – Ted Prior, Marc Adams, Philip G. Slate

Spasms – Tangerine Dream

Videodrome – Howard Shore

Xtro – Harry Bromley Davenport


1984:

Children of the Corn – Jonathan Elias

The Dark Side of Midnight aka The Creeper – Doug Holroyd

Don’t Open Till Christmas – Des Dolan

Monster Shark – Fabio Frizzi

Murder-rock: Dancing Death – Keith Emerson

A Nightmare on Elm Street – Charles Bernstein

Rats: Nights of Terror – Luigi Caccarelli

Razorback – Iva Davies

Runaway – Jerry Goldsmith

The Terminator – Brad Fiedel


1985:

Blood Cult – Rod Slane

Cut & Run – Claudio Simonetti

Day of the Dead – John Harrison

Deadly Intruder – John McCauley

Fright Night – Brad Fiedel

Future-Kill – Robert Renfrow

The Galaxy Invader – Norman Noplock

Ghoulies – Richard Band

Massacre in Dinosaur Valley – Claudio Simonetti

Nail Gun Massacre – Whitey Thomas

Nightmare Weekend – Martin Kershaw

Phenomena – Goblin

The Strangeness – David Michael Hillman, Chris Huntley


1986:

The Abomination – Kim Davis, Richard Davis and John Hudek

April Fool’s Day – Charles Bernstein

Blood Hook – Thomas A. Naunas

Body Count – Claudio Simonetti

Breeders – Don Great, Tom Milano

Chopping Mall – Chuck Cirino

Class of Nuke ‘Em High – Ethan Hurt

Combat Shock – Buddy Giovanazzo

Deadly Friend – Charles Bernstein

Evil in the Woods – Burt and Joe Wolff

“Geek”! aka Backwoods – Skeet Bushor

Goremet: Zombie Chef from Hell – Steve Cunningham, Dan Smith, Don Swan

The Hitcher – Mark Isham

Night of the Creeps – Barry DeVorzon

Revenge – Rod Slane

Revenge of the Living Dead Girls – Christopher Reid

The Ripper – Rod Slane

Spookies – Kenneth Higgins, James Calabrese

Tahkhana – Ajit Singh

TerrorVision – Richard Band

The Wind aka The Edge of Terror – Hans Zimmer, Stanley Myers

The Wraith – Michael Hoenig, J. Peter Robinson

1987:

Beaks: The Movie – Stelvio Cipriani

Blood Diner – Don Preston

Brain Damage – Clutch Reiser and Gus Russo

Creepshow 2 – Les Reed, Rick Wakeman

Demonwarp – Dan Slider

Killing Birds – Carlo Maria Cordio

Open House – Jim Studer

The Shaman – Richard Yakub

The Serpent and the Rainbow – Brad Fiedel

Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama aka The Imp – Guy Moon

Street Trash – Rick Ulfik

Surf Nazi Must Die – John McCallum


1988:

The Blob – Michael Hoenig

Fatal Pulse – Martin Mayo

Fright Night Part 2 – Brad Fiedel

The Hackers – David Christopher, Milly Duncan

Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers – Alan Howarth

Headhunter – Julian Laxton

Iced – Dan Milner

Killer Klowns from Outer Space – John Massari

The Last Slumber Party – John Brennan, Danilo Bridgens

Night of the Demons – Dennis Michael Tenney

A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 – Craig Safan, John Easdale

Not of This Earth – Chuck Cirino

Offerings – Russell D. Allen

The Urge to Kill aka Attack of the Killer Computer – uncredited


1989:

Beasties aka Bionaut – Darrell Devaurs

Dark Heritage – uncredited

Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers – Alan Howarth

The House of Usher – Gary Chang, George S. Clinton

MoonStalker – Douglas Pipes

Nightmare Beach – Claudio Simonetti

Skinned Alive – J.R. Bookwalter


1990:

Demon Wind – Bruce Wallenstein

Nightmare Concert (A Cat in the Brain) – Fabio Frizzi

Metamorphosis: The Alien Factor – John Gray


1991:

Intensive Care – Paul Natte

1992:

The Washing Machine – Claudio Simonetti

1995:

Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers – Alan Howarth

1996:

The Dentist – Alan Howarth

1998:

The Dentist 2 – Alan Howarth

2004:

Saw – Charlie Clouser

2008:

Psycho Sleepover

2010:

Resident Evil: Afterlife – Tomandandy

2011:

Zombie Ass: Toilet of the Dead

2012:

Beyond the Black Rainbow – Norm Li

Room 237 – Jonathan Snipes

2013:

LFO – Antonio Tublιn

2014:

Let Us Prey – Steve Lynch

Starry Eyes – Jonathan Snipes

Excess Flesh – Jonathan Snipes

It Follows – Disasterpiece

Late Phases – Wojciech Golczewski


2015:

Bastard – Kyle Hnedak

Live-Evil – Shawn Lee

Sinister 2 – tomandandy

We Are Still Here – Wojciech Golczewski


2016:

Beyond the Gates – Wojciech Golczewski

Fender Bender – Nightrunner

Let’s Be Evil – Julian Scherle

Shadows of the Dead – Wojciech Golczewski

She Wolf Rising – Tom Burns

Tonight She Comes – Wojciech Golczewski


2017:

Game of Death – Julien Mineau


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I think I'll give it a try, at least for a little bit. I appreciate if you can send me that coupon code. Thanks!
Just sent you a PM. It is hit and miss sometimes, but out of maybe the 10 or so months I have been with them, most months are a nice surprise. They are also giving out digital magazines of Gruesome Magazine this month. Sometimes they do give out too many sequel movies, but other months they actually give out some movies we have picked out for themes like last year watching that rock music goth film.

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I am hoping to see it October 1st during a matinee if it is still playing.
With how much it just made, I am pretty sure if you live in an area that is decently sized, it will be playing. Granted, like others, I couldn't wait. Had to see IT on Thursday during the opening.

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I hope IT inspires a revival of serious, R-rated horror movies.
I think, just like Deadpool giving talks of Rated R comic films, we should see more Rated R horror films depending on the story. And I think the story is KEY. I mean, look at Jigsaw. I am pretty positive it will be Rated R and it looks like crap. We get Rated R films, but nothing of substance.

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Don't bring up TV watching! After October, it usually takes me until the new year to catch up, but it's worth it.
That's the one bad thing about October is the start of the new TV season basically and almost impossible to watch a bunch of horror films and stay current on TV favorites that are not horror.
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^ Luckily for us there is nothing on TV worth watching! Unless Venture Bros is back.
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I have a pile of movies I have never seen completely including Return of the Living Dead, LifeForce, The Leprachaun complete set, and The 10 disc Halloween bluray set. I have watched Leprachaun through the 4th movie, and I have only seen the Original Halloween.

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I have a pile of movies I have never seen completely including Return of the Living Dead, LifeForce, The Leprachaun complete set, and The 10 disc Halloween bluray. I have watched Leprachaun through the
4th movie, and I have only seen the Original Halloween.
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We're getting the remnants of Irma today. Seems like perfect weather to do a horror night.
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I have a sad: I unwrapped the Vincent Price House of Wax Blu-ray I bought last year to get in the mood, and it won't play in my machine! I still have the DVD, but
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That sucks. I've had that happen before.
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Crap! I better check mine!
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I have a pile of movies I have never seen completely including Return of the Living Dead, LifeForce, The Leprachaun complete set, and The 10 disc Halloween bluray set. I have watched Leprachaun through the 4th movie, and I have only seen the Original Halloween.
I envy you. Also a heads up on that last remake/reboot (or whatever it is) of Leprechaun--it has no Warwick Davis, premiered on SyFy and is financed by the WWE. Do what you will with that info, but you were warned!

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I have a sad: I unwrapped the Vincent Price House of Wax Blu-ray I bought last year to get in the mood, and it won't play in my machine! I still have the DVD, but
*Rushes to check unopened Blu-ray.*
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The Frighteners $7.99 Finally upgraded my HD DVD!

And the next big Full Moon set:

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And the next big Full Moon set:

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That looks amazing! I don't have any of these, so I'll need to find some way to pick this up!
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And the next big Full Moon set:

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If I had that kind of money, I would definitely double dip.
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I envy you. Also a heads up on that last remake/reboot (or whatever it is) of Leprechaun--it has no Warwick Davis, premiered on SyFy and is financed by the WWE. Do what you will with that info, but you were warned!
Yes I am aware, I have seen the reviews saying how awful it is, plus it stars Hornswoggle. Also I have the Scream Factory bluray of Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 that I haven't watched yet.
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Cool! I can upgrade my HD DVD too!

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And the next big Full Moon set:

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I bought the Empire set when they had it on sale plus gave a $100 credit for Full Moon Direct. Plus there's a lot of extra movies on some discs that aren't Empire but are bonuses. Now just need to figure what to do with my Scream Factory CEs I have that make up most the Empire set.
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